He’s not really The Lorax, but with his company The Canopy Crew, Django Kroner builds treehouses that get people into the woods.
As the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Associate Objects Conservator, Kelly Rectenwald is in charge of repairing and preserving the museum’s 3-D objects.
Breathing fire is just part of the gig for Travis and Susan Fessler of PB and J Circus. They share how the pandemic has impacted their work and the worst and best parts of performing.
As part of Building Value’s efforts to train their clients in the construction trade, Chris Miday manages a team of deconstructors.
At Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Program, Rev. Olivia Hamilton helps people make sense of difficult situations through faith.
Jazz saxophonist Kayla Upthegrove expresses herself through music, which has been a challenge during the pandemic.
At GeneroCity513, Nicole Smith collaborates with other nonprofit agencies to make our community a better place by serving the homeless.
Cathy Bernardino Bailey started her career at the EPA, and now she keeps our water system moving as the Executive Director of Greater Cincinnati Water Works.
As the General Manager of Halpin Plumbing, Skylar Halpin is a third-generation plumber, a trade that’s essential to every part of our lives.
What does a sexton do? For Phil Zumdick, who takes care of Mother of God Cemetery in Ft. Wright, it’s a helping profession.
People come from all over to experience “flying like a bird” at the old-fashioned, family-run grass airfield in Waynesville.
The Metropolitan Sewer District brought a South Fairmount creek into the light after 130 years. Will it spark the neighborhood back to life?
A new exhibition at the Cincinnati Art Museum takes a look at Frank Duveneck and aims to elevate him from local hero to his rightful place in the art world.
We explore troubling issues, including a peculiar intersection in Madisonville, the evolution of a former nightclub, and the purpose of Skywalks.
Jed Portman’s Midwesterner newsletter celebrates the surprisingly diverse food culture of “flyover country.”
Model Taylor Long had an a-ha moment during a shoot that led her to launch Nomads Swimwear, a fun and sexy swim brand that makes size inclusion a priority.
Our February issue offers a snapshot of Cincinnati at work. Eleven people share what their work means to them and how the pandemic has impacted them.
Keeping Over-the-Rhine’s St. Francis Seraph Ministries soup kitchen open throughout the pandemic took a lot of work—and faith.
The Structural Dynamics Research Laboratory at the University of Cincinnati answers questions about force, motion, and acoustics.
In 1947, Cincinnati’s Transit Radio, Inc. proposed that radios be installed in city buses so passengers could enjoy music (and commercials) while riding, but the hype didn’t last long.
East End Texas smokehouse-sports bar mashup Sinners & Saints Tavern has a Southern-inflected menu and an athletic design aesthetic.
The former master distiller at MGP of Indiana in Lawrenceburg made some of your favorite bourbons. Now he’s working with Colorado’s Old Elk Distillery.
The new Nada, which launched a fresh menu and a new online ordering system in September, is doing extraordinary work in difficult times.
Nathanael Nunemaker’s garden bounty led him to create Farmer Nate’s Hot Sauce, a brand that emphasizes flavor before heat.
Kira Fluker-Burch’s Kandi Artisan Candy Clouds delivers sweet treats for kids and adults—including a CBD blend.