Whitney Austin says “thousands of things went right” to help her survive the September mass shooting at Fifth Third Center. One of those things was a tourniquet. This month, her nonprofit Whitney/Strong will host a series of Stop the Bleed trainings to teach others how to respond in a bleeding emergency.
How Cincinnati’s largest neighborhood has set itself up to join the ranks of emerging urban districts like Walnut Hills and OTR.
Lost Art Press is a book publishing venture, but they also offer hand-tool woodworking classes.
In a prosperous modern city, half our children under age 5 live in poverty. Lots of people and programs are fighting to change that reality, with some encouraging early results—but we still have a long way to go.
Enjoy the food, family, and festivities without the clean-up at one of these local Cincinnati eateries.
A devastating 2017 fire could have crushed Loveland. It brought the sprawling community together instead.
Wave Pool, a contemporary arts space in Camp Washington, aims to use art as a problem solver for—in the words of cofounder and executive...
On October 6, The Camargo Hunter Trials—now in its 78th year—puts stalking and jumping skills to a public test.
Our unofficial civic holiday goes way beyond Zinzinnati.
There is a growing movement of people and families choosing to settle in Price Hill, an umbrella name for three neighborhoods that have seen more physical, economic, and demographic change in recent years than perhaps any other part of Cincinnati.