HOME + GARDEN
The husband-and-wife duo behind Mockingbird Home injected this century-old craftsman with color, pattern, and joy.
The rooftop may have some of the most sweeping views of the city we’ve ever seen.
Gingerbread-house architecture and historic significance make this North Avondale property a unique place to call home.
This historic home in one of Cincinnati’s up-and-coming neighborhoods got a colorful modern makeover thanks to a powerhouse reno team.
Designed by Walter Cordes, who shaped much of Wyoming’s built environment, this storybook cottage serves up plenty of charm.
In signature Hazelwood Homes style, both projects salvage original charm while updating with clean, modern touches.
The home was designed by Ben Dombar, a Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice who made a name for himself in Cincinnati.
Costal style details make a landlocked foursquare feel beachy in a good way (think Hamptons, not vacation rental).
Nadia Ruffin wants to connect you to the land, and she uses agriculture as a means of empowerment for children and adults.
Formerly the home of Cincinnati architect Thomas Wiggers, this Mid-Century Modern home is a Hyde Park gem.
After silently growing underground for 17 years, the Brood X cicadas definitely made an impression this year.
Relief pitching help was obtained at the trade deadline, but the teams Cincinnati is chasing for a playoff spot got better too, with higher-profile additions.
A proposal to build a world-famous gambling hall downtown, complete with the original Statue of Liberty, tripped up gullible locals between 1883 and 1980.
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Sip on piña coladas in the summer and boozy hot chocolate in the winter at the Lytle Park Hotel’s four-season rooftop bar.