It’s the Zusammengehörigkeitsgefühl, stupid! After 125 years, the Rahns of Wooden Shoe Hollow know a thing or two about growing stuff.
Outlaws, lynch mobs, Billy the Kid, white slavers: Sister Blandina Segale was legendary for the characters she faced down and the institutions she raised up. Does that make her a saint? God knows. Now the Vatican has to decide.
A meditation on the power and slowly waning glory of Catholicism in the Queen City.
Gladstone Community Church fully embraces the phrase “church family,” though not without some controversy.
What does it take to put on Awaited, Crossroads’s stylish retelling of the birth of Christ? Hundreds of dedicated staff and volunteers, thousands of eager audience members, and a bottomless well of ambition.
In 2010, financial hardships required four parishes to merge, threatening to alienate longtime members. Today, Church of the Resurrection can see the light.
Ever wondered what goes on inside the sanctuaries of your fellow Buddhists, Sikhs, Hindus, Muslims, Jews, and Orthodox Christians? Come in. Sit down. And learn how we worship.
Interfaith justice coalition The AMOS Project takes aim at structural racism by empowering the impoverished and demanding preschool education.
Extremist groups and political bloviating have steered Islamic progress in America off track. Roula Allouch sets the record straight.
A look at the link between technology and the churches that use it to their advantage.
Since 2009, Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio (CCSWO) has resettled 1,195 people from countries all over the world, including Bhutan (which has sent the most people), Cuba, Rwanda, Iraq, and yes, Syria.
Reba Riley was buried under bad church memories. So she dug herself out.
It’s generally assumed that the Reds will struggle this season, but is there a plan in place to turn things around soon?
The good doctor takes on troubling issues, including waste management, gifted armaments, and film history
Tabari McCoy Brings the Funny
Artist Noah Purifoy sought activism without preaching it.
OK, so you think you’ve mastered Adho Mukha Svanasana? Now do it while floating in a pool. Clare Karp, founder of Float Your Mat Yoga, teaches standup paddleboard (SUP) yoga—a modern twist on the ancient practice. Whether you’re a Namaste novice or your chi is totally centered, it’s sure to take your lotus position up a notch.
Since moving to the states in the early ’90s, much of artist Do Ho Suh’s work has explored the concepts of space and displacement, most notably through massive installation structures that re-create places such as his childhood home in Korea or an old New York City apartment.
Back gardens, rooftop decks, and views for days.
The line includes nine different tables in various sizes and finishes—most of which are named for (and inspired by) Kovacs’s and Shanesy’s best friends.
The Columbus brewing scene is booming.
“If that house ever goes on the market, I want it.”
Occupation: Singer, rapper, and performer; Her Style: Stand out, on stage and off
Springtime’s legendary showers call for a cover-up to match.
Bitter nights that thaw come daytime: That’s the kind of weather that causes sap to rise. But if you make maple syrup, you have no control over it.
I was born and raised Catholic here in Cincinnati and have done my best to stick with it. I keep trying—or in the parlance of Twitter, #trying. But the questions, frustrations, and conundrums—with the Church as well as my place in the cosmos—never cease. One thing I feel certain of: I am not alone.
When an Italian chef immigrates to America, what does he dream of cooking? Burgers! Or so says Cristian Pietoso, who came to Cincinnati to helm Nicola’s in 2004.
The kvetching stops here.
“Think of it as the original Gatorade.”
Best lunch break ever.
Chef Maass has his work cut out for him.
From espresso on a Vespa to a café in OTR.