The good doctor explores troubling issues, including memorializing old restaurants, highway graffiti, and a nearly hidden plaque in Kenwood.
Her summer job came with an unexpected perk: a new appreciation for Hamilton County’s Mt. Rumpke landfill.
I acquired an Escort Radar Receiver—universally considered the world’s best—as a gift from Mike Valentine, the guy who helped invent it.
I’d never lived in a city with so many views of downtown and the river from 360 degrees.
Ten years ago, I quit being a gymnastics judge, partly because of a growing sense something sinister was going on.
The good doctor explores troubling issues, including Madeira’s original schoolhouse, 10-digit dialing, and broken glass in city pools.
Burgers are synonymous with summer in the USA. Seriously, is there a more American food than the humble hamburger?
The good doctor explores questionable scientific theories, the meanings of a six-pointed star, and what the IRS Center replaced.
If you live, or once lived, in a musty old Cincinnati money pit of a house, make sure to check out its history.
I learned that “boomerangs” were a thing here—a current of people leaving Cincinnati and then moving back years later.