We’ve been designing Cincinnati’s built environment for more than 200 years. These 20 structures blend the past and the future into what feels like home.
Rehabbing old buildings in Over-the-Rhine presents a number of hurdles, both design-wise and financially. Kurt Platte clears them with ease.
Students at UC’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning learn to think outside of the computer and to keep their options open.
As Cincinnati’s very first Hollywood star and an icon of the silent movie era, Theda Bara is finally making noise as she attracts a new generation of fans.
Nikki Foster of Mason and Kate Schroder of Clifton are running in the Democratic primary for Ohio’s 1st Congressional District to fight for better access to healthcare.
A group of outdoor lovers hopes to create a 274-mile water trail so we can all see the Ohio as a place for recreation, respite, and adventure.
The eclectic folk-art gallery, named for iconic artist Raymond Thunder-Sky (a.k.a. the Construction Clown), in Northside has started its curtain call.
Five friends started a one-night art show that’s turned into a great opportunity for local artists to showcase their work in unexpected places.
The Moth will host two nights of live, unscripted, first-person storytelling at Memorial Hall on February 6 and 7.
Vhils creates haunting portraits on building walls using chisels, hammers, bleach, and acid. Now you can see it up close at the CAC.
The good doctor holds forth on troubling issues, including how those meter-less parking spots work, when the Cincinnati Gardens sign will come down, and getting onto I-471.
Cody Gunningham’s vibrant art decorates the Queen City, from the flower-painted garage door on East 13th Street to Social OTR’s blue botanical mural.
Built in 1964, this bigger-than-it-looks beauty has something for everyone.
Artist Julia Lipovsky shares how being a part of Cincinnati’s arts scene influences her personal style.
Looking back at how fledgling Losantiville became modern Cincinnati, it’s easy to draw straight lines and connections from the first riverfront settlers to the metropolis we love today.
Paul Anderson has been working the ferry since he was 14, when he got an after-school job as a deck hand for then-owner Henry Kottmyer.
Entering Dixie Terminal in downtown Cincinnati feels like walking into a Roman basilica—or a really fancy library.
I once gave a high school commencement speech. Someone asked me to do it again 25 years later for his coworkers.
This Silverton roaster hopes you’ll sit and stay once you taste its ethically sourced beans.
A new location for a Findlay Market favorite keeps all our favorites, and adds a new bar and carryout-only entrance.
Goose & Elder is the third restaurant from Chef Jose Salazar, whose first two are among the city’s best.
Melinda Mueller uses her design skills to craft artful desserts.
It’s a new look and a new menu for The Golden Lamb’s tavern counterpart.