Venus Kent shares how she found herself and her style while restoring a 100-year-old Cape Cod house in Camp Washington.
Many of Cincinnati’s earliest buses were manufactured by the Greenfield Bus Body Company, the direct descendant of the C.R. Patterson & Sons Company, which had been founded by a man who escaped slavery.
Operating out of SPCA Cincinnati’s former space in Northside, Cincinnati Animal CARE Humane Society takes on dog warden responsibilities and humane policies for Hamilton County.
From Tanzania to Australia, Blake Eve has never met an excursion she didn’t like. She was recently selected as one of four finalists for Michelob's Chief Exploration Officer job search.
Jed Portman’s Midwesterner newsletter celebrates the surprisingly diverse food culture of “flyover country.”
Here's the real story behind Findlay Market’s namesake, antique bell, meat butchers, and Reds parade sponsorship.
Local steampunk group Airship Ashanti is hosting its Fleet of Fleece event to donate handmade blankets to animal shelters.
The Structural Dynamics Research Laboratory at the University of Cincinnati answers questions about force, motion, and acoustics.
What does a sexton do? For Phil Zumdick, who takes care of Mother of God Cemetery in Ft. Wright, it’s a helping profession.
As the General Manager of Halpin Plumbing, Skylar Halpin is a third-generation plumber, a trade that’s essential to every part of our lives.