"People don’t realize how much the arts contribute to the economy, how many people work in the arts. It’s a huge industry in the city."
"I was extremely excited to be back...but also nervous because I knew I’d be starting over again in school to pursue medicine."
"The fact that there was this commitment and space for making progress, to me it felt like I could come here to do that work."
Rosemary’s Babies Company and Cincinnati Scholar House surround young parents with support to raise their children and achieve their dreams.
The Kenton County official wants all newcomers to feel the same kind of inclusivity she’s experienced.
"When I was younger, I wanted to live in a cool city. Now I get to help build the kind of city I want to live in."
When Thea Tjepkema talks (and researches, writes, lectures, and leads tours) about Cincinnati’s temple of arts and culture, everyone listens.
Cincinnati’s “father of bicycling” left three years ago with his wife, Mary, to meander in Central and South America, until the pandemic locked them down in an Ecuador beach town. They aren’t complaining.
Cristian Pietoso follows in his father’s footsteps, but finds his own success in the restaurant business at Via Vite, Nicola’s, and Forno.
Gutierrez says she and her husband have “formed strong friendships within the local music and FotoFocus communities.”