Humidity. It’s a fact. An atmospheric reality that’s plagued the Ohio River Valley for summers immemorial.
Ride the tide, no matter how much energy you’re looking to exert.
You know the sprawling Children’s Museum of Indianapolis isn’t just for kids, right? So wear your comfortable shoes when you visit its new Sports Legends Experience.
After setting up shop on the south side of Route 50, close proximity to the Little Miami River and its cherished bike trail—along with an unquenchable entrepreneurial spirit—encouraged 50 West co-founder Bobby Slattery to expand into outdoor activities.
If you know only a short stretch, you’re missing out. Now is the time to get acquainted with some favorite stops along the way.
This summer is the 40th anniversary of the Lexington equine theme park, a working horse farm that puts you up close to Kentucky’s proudest non-intoxicating product.
A beer, a mural, and a gangster walk into a bar. Just kidding, you go to them on one of these walking tours.
Ease into a two-wheeled world, with a little nature thrown in.
Whether fan or foe of the area’s vertical challenges, you can’t deny our hills offer unique hiking opportunities and Instagram-worthy views.
On the menu: the outdoors.
Historians and archaeologists were astounded at the discovery of one extraordinarily small and precise Minoan bead, the likes of which had never been seen before.
Avant founded the business four years ago, naming it for Obsessive Cake Disorder. That’s not just a cheeky play on words; it represents his experiences with obsessive-compulsive disorder, the anxiety disorder he’s contended with—to varying degrees—for a significant portion of his life.
Marian Spencer has never been afraid to question injustice. UC recognizes her lifelong courage by dedicating a new dorm in her honor.
Five Local Artists, Two Installations, and One Creative Community are Coming Together for this Unique Experience
Several years ago Emily Moores set out to create a project spotlighting Cincinnati artists. She hoped it might end up as a book in a museum gift shop. Now, her book project also features an art show component—with this year’s iteration at PAR-Projects, a former lumber-drying facility turned indoor-outdoor creative space in Northside.
A New Yorker Cartoonist’s Take on the Queen City Finds a Long-Term Home for the First Time in More than 35 Years
Saul Steinberg’s massive, 89-foot-long oil-on-canvas depiction of some of the Queen City’s most notable landmarks, entitled Mural of Cincinnati, has returned to the public view at Schmidlapp Gallery.
Being Cindependent means claiming what it means to live and work here and to be proud of that, and not let anyone talk you out of it.
First things first: Those canes aren’t for walking—they’re a dance prop.
The clapboard-sided structure remains immaculately kept and resembles a very livable late-1800s showplace.
In the market for a fresh bouquet or potted houseplant? These shops have what you need and more.
It’s all about preserving democracy *and* Mother Earth.
I have a watch with the Superman logo watch face, which I wear with a Superman tie, Superman cufflinks, Superman socks, and Superman colors on the pocket square.
Do our kids spend less time outdoors these days than we did at their age? It sure seems like it. (Spoiler alert: Here comes a “back in my day” story.)
Concrete walls towering almost 10 feet are layered with spray painted tags, but this spot wasn’t meant to serve as stomping grounds for street artists.
The uncensored story of Plummet Mall
Like the farmhouse that Wildflower occupies, the imperfections are part of the charm.
You need to check out La Grassa.
Beat the heat with a locally brewed, ice-cold beer.
CityBird’s chicken breading is crunchy with just the right amount of zest, and comes in carryout-only baskets with an array of sauces.
The former top chef at Nation steps into the executive chef role at Arnold’s Bar and Grill, Cincinnati’s longest continuously operating pub.
Basil 1791 has all the staples of its Pan-Asian predecessors: sushi, dumplings, noodles, curries, and stir-fries, but with touches of Americana.