From an extensive list of local eateries offering carryout to an expert's advice on how to talk to your kids about a pandemic, here are a few quarantine reads to help get you through these uncertain times.
Local artists and performers come together as the Creative Disruption Committee to host live, safe, socially aware experiences.
Mama Bear Domain blogger and “mom life coach” Kelly Hater shares tips for moms feeling overwhelmed by this year’s unique set of parenting challenges brought on by COVID-19.
From housing to healthcare, Greater Cincinnati Foundation examines how existing broken systems were made worse due to COVID-19.
The chef and owner of Goose + Elder, Mita’s, and Salazar says, "Restaurant people are fighters by nature, and we don’t easily succumb."
Guests are required to wear masks, and safety protocols include social distancing markers, hand sanitizing stations, and capacity management.
When the normal ways of working just don’t fit during a global pandemic, these local companies took a hard left turn—and kept going.
As columnist Judi Ketteler reflects on how she’s coping with the pandemic, she knows one thing is for certain: This too shall pass.
Health professionals April Lamoreaux and Diane Wright offer their perspectives and advice on how to care for your mental health during the pandemic.
These local business and organization leaders went the extra mile to help those affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney launched #CincyBuyBlackThursday to encourage community members to shop at local Black-owned businesses.
The president and CEO of St. Elizabeth Healthcare discusses the hospital's preparation to care for victims of the pandemic and its participation in a trial to help end it.
Renee Mahaffey Harris, the president and CEO of the Center for Closing the Health Gap, on serving the black community, collaboratively.
The farm-to-table restaurant’s new HVAC system is claimed by its manufacturer to filter virus particles from the air.
Gold Star Chili and MORTAR are raising funds for local small businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofit organizations impacted by COVID-19.
In a time when staying apart is the safest thing to do, strengthening our bonds and supporting each other takes a little more effort.
When COVID-19 struck Cincinnati, local cancer care centers quickly adapted to provide vulnerable patients with the care they need.
He describes what it’s like to be a Cincinnati time traveler marooned in the epicenter of Italy's COVID-19 outbreak.
In his latest column, Jay Gilbert shares the lighthearted lessons he's learned during quarantine and recognizes how fortunate he is to have his health.
From arcade games to duckpin bowling, you can still have fun going out with these new safety measures.
For her latest burst of creativity, Tina Gutierrez photographed subjects dressed in outfits that represent how they feel about the coronavirus.
Owner Jon Diebold teamed up with a tech company to implement a system that encourages guests to self-monitor their social distancing.
More COVID-19 testing sites are opening across the tristate, and Hamilton County has launched an interactive map of available options.
After hosting the first-ever virtual Flying Pig Marathon during COVID-19, organizers plan to combine rescheduled events with the Queen Bee Half Marathon in October.
With health and safety in mind, the bar is back in business with reservation-only service, online ordering, and strategically placed plants to mark appropriate distancing.
The Cincinnati Zoo is finding creative ways to virtually engage patrons and fundraise during the COVID-19 pandemic, with an eye toward reopening.
How we show up for each other matters. The pandemic has revealed how our friends and neighbors keep showing up. Jim Obergefell knows what that’s like, too.
Aspiring photojournalist Adil Akhtar’s “Staying Safe” project documents isolation through the windows across the tri-state.
Two local real estate agents tell us how the Cincinnati market is coping with the global shutdown following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tina Gutierrez and Rene Micheo’s charming DIY scarecrow project has become a widespread effort to ward off feelings of boredom and loneliness.
Chef Christian Gill encourages trying takeout from new-to-you restaurants and cooking at-home pantry recipes on his new YouTube channel "Feast Mode 513."
A list of Ohio and Northern Kentucky businesses offering carryout, delivery, and more, during coronavirus restaurant closure mandates.
Apparel designer Jessica Hemmer teamed up with Sew Valley to make masks for the Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition and senior care facilities.
Drink in Cincy T-shirt purchases support United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s efforts to help those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In partnership with Chef Edward Lee, Chef Jose Salazar launched the Restaurant Workers Relief Program to provide meals to unemployed workers.
The crowd-funded initiative provides meals by local restaurants to frontline hospital workers.
Get outside, break a sweat, and explore your city by walking these six sets of Cincinnati steps, most of which offer stellar views.
In March, Shared Harvest Foodbank more than doubled the amount of food it distributed compared to 2019, which led to an increased need for volunteers.
The COVID-19 Regional Response Fund has helped Women Helping Women adapt to new technology that supports survivors by meeting them virtually in isolation.
The COVID-19 Regional Response Fund has allowed Learning Grove to transition to virtual programming and open childcare facilities for emergency personnel.
With stay-at-home orders in effect, Arnold’s Chef Kayla Robison found a way to reach families at home and a new way to love food.
Thanks to the community's generosity, the COVID-19 Regional Response Fund was able to provide safe shelter to 40 single mothers and their children.
From seeding sprouts to making dinosaur eggs, try this list of low-key kid crafts selected (and tested!) by Local 12 traffic anchor Jen Dalton.
Local poets Manuel Iris, Pauletta Hansel, and Sara Moore Wagner discuss therapeutic aspects of poetry and how it connects people during hard times.
Local musicians have turned to virtual options for recording, performing, and creating music together, all from the comfort of their homes.
Participants can bid on one-of-a-kind experiences provided by 21 local businesses, which will receive all proceeds from the auction.
Margaret Hocker and Tony Shaw were planning to marry earlier this month at the public library, but then COVID-19 caused a change of plans.
Launched by Cincinnati native Rachel Spiegel in January, the high-end clothing line is made from eco-friendly and biodegradable materials.
Explore The Cincinnati Observatory (and the universe!) from the comfort of your own couch.
Stuck at home, possibly with kids? These local museums, libraries, and arts groups offer virtual tours and education for free.
The program's 170 volunteers help older, immunocompromised, and other high-risk community members stock up on groceries without leaving home.
The Norwood resident takes free photos of her neighbors to show what life in quarantine is like for local families and spread joy during difficult times.
Social media and streaming concerts help keep artists and fans connected.
From building community to developing stimulating activities, keep your kids engaged with these helpful tips from a local expert.
Make dinnertime easy (and support local restaurants!) with these family-style to-go meals from eateries located in Cincinnati's suburbs.
A list of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky boutiques offering free shipping, delivery, curbside pickup, and more during COVID-19 closure mandates.
Julie Niesen, owner of bridal makeup salon BRIDEface in OTR, is hosting makeup tutorials on Facebook and Instagram to lift spirits during COVID-19.
A strict lockdown of travel and shipping earned Cincinnati’s Health Commissioner, Thomas C. Minor, short-term scorn and long-term gratitude.
Keeping the new players together and training will help build needed teamwork for FC Cincinnati, a plus when (or if) play resumes.
From handmade polymer clay earrings to Cincinnati-themed screen-printed T-shirts, here’s a short list of some of our favorite local makers.
Need a break from today’s breaking news? Spend some time with these favorite Cincinnati Magazine stories from the past year.
Cincinnati has a wealth of local makers who craft their own skin care and hygiene products using sustainable, locally sourced ingredients.
We chat about Cincinnati's response to COVID-19, our Craft Beer Boom issue, and Reds center outfielder Nick Senzel's baseball career.
Pickles & Bones Barbecue is providing free hot meals to K–12 students in the Milford Schools district 11:30 a.m.–6:30 p.m. Tuesday–Saturday.
Whether you’re “social distancing,” isolating, or full-on quarantined, these local organizations can fill up your timeline with live-action lessons and fun.
The local restaurant industry implements temporary solutions and fights for national relief to ensure businesses return following coronavirus closure mandates.
With all the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, Busken Bakery is providing customers a little comic relief with a toilet paper–shaped cakes.
From make-your-own pizza kits to wine and cheese, these restaurants are selling food kits to keep you well-fed during quarantine.
A local clinical psychologist offers tips on how to keep your kids well and happy during the COVID-19 pandemic and Ohio's shelter-in-place order.