University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute has the only center in Cincinnati that offers a specific modality of radiation treatment called total skin electron beam therapy.
“Now we can treat that earlier stage of arthritis before we let it advance.”
A farm in Athens, Ohio, may not be where you’d expect to find a young sculptor making a quick ascent in the international art scene. But you haven’t met Matt Wedel, nor seen his small botanical clay works or his massive, modern but adamantly sci-fi-esque creations. Yet.
The robots have arrived.
When a child faces cancer, preserving her fertility could be the last thing on a parent’s mind. But it shouldn’t be.
When there’s a mechanized middleman, some surgical treatments can be delivered faster and more efficiently.
A new type of replacement heart valve gets a trial at The Christ Hospital—and FDA approval.
An ostensible victory for the Tea Party, John Boehner’s sudden exit left congressional Republicans to inherit the wind—and the rest of us wondering if the former Speaker was smarter than everyone thought.
The property, which abuts a community ballpark and affords spectacular sunset views of the downtown skyline and the Big Mac bridge, is neatly tucked away on a residential street full of mostly older homes.
It’s Mad Men meets mod at Leftcoast Modern Cincinnati.
“I never thought about exercise to be fit or healthy.”
“One day I found a yoga tape, and it just made sense to me.”
“A lot of people tell me they can’t dance and I just don’t believe that.”
Because the stuff is half the fun of working out, right?
“It’s fun to punch stuff and boxing is a great way to dump anxiety and fear.”
From rock climbing to pole dancing: Fitness can be fun.
The city is ever-changing, but one thing remains constant: a killer art scene, even beyond Museum Mile. And plenty to eat.
The bulk of my radio listening these days takes place in the car, and since WVXU carries This American Life on Saturday afternoons, I usually hear Ira Glass, the host, and his revolving crew of awesome contributors, while I’m running an errand.
King Records once brought the funk, and now a less satisfying funk hangs over efforts to bring its legacy alive one more time.
The Cincinnati Art Museum houses 15,000 historic garments and accessories, from gowns to parasols to shoes, in its climate-controlled storage archive.
A rock reunion worth staying out late for.
Building a personal brand is a thankless job. But only if you forget to thank yourself.
“Ever heard of FedEx ZapMail?”
Wyoming’s newest restaurant goes way beyond pub grub.
It’s pretty hard to pick up a carry-out meal at Jean-Paul’s Paradiso without being tempted to grab tomorrow’s breakfast and lunch as well.
An order of umeshiso maki should be ground zero in your efforts to re-discern your palate.
Son & Soil, brainchild of Stephen Williams of Bouquet, is fighting the good fight for flavor.
At Suzy DeYoung’s small but mighty La Soupe outpost in Newtown, flavorful soups and stews always start with a solid base—a rich and satisfying vegetable stock.
Still searching for a reason to leave the house on Sunday afternoon? Don’t be fooled by the pious play on words. Metropole’s Sunday School—hosted by Catherine Manabat, monthly at 4 p.m.—is a rollicking good time.
Ethan Snider knows good pickles.
Retail may be his legacy—yes, he’s from that Lazarus family—but the owner of Water Tower Fine Wines is stepping up his game and coming out of his family’s shadow by transforming his corner wine shop into a destination wine bar.
The Findlay Market shop offers more than just fancy olive oils.