The president of Arctic Diamond, Brady Lantz, on the Super Bowl, ideal ice sculpting conditions, and staying warm.
Don Poynter built a business on jokey (sometimes naughty, often weird) gift products. Now some of those are in the collections of Cincinnati Museum Center.
Born-and-raised Cincinnatian Jasmine Warga on her new book Other Words for Home, out this May.
The Chinese immigrants serve authentic hand-pulled noodles that keep customers coming back.
Born in New Jersey and raised in Mexico, this Covington transplant wants to share his culture with you.
Immigrating to Cincinnati 13 years ago, Sam Raya has—for the past 11 years—cooked for downtown diners at Raya Lebanese Restaurant to support her family back home.
Northland Ice Center's "Beer League" hockey players come in all shapes, sizes, ages, and experience levels.
She's an expert in death and dying, and she's teaching people to see every loss as a second chance.
Sinna Habteselassie is the first black woman to serve as the University of Cincinnati’s Student Body President in its 200 years of existence. Her latest mission includes removing former slave-owner Charles McMicken’s name from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Amy Burgess always expected to perform in front of crowds. (She majored in theater at Miami University, after all.) She just didn’t plan on...