University of Cincinnati cancer researchers are testing a promising alternative to traditional cancer treatments: a new immuno-oncology drug. Right now there’s just one person in the world who has received it.
Kidney cancer doesn’t make a lot of headlines. New drugs and immunotherapy treatments aim to keep it that way.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s world-renowned team approach to treating pediatric airway disorders flourishes as the program founder gets ready to retire.
Shockwave lithotripsy, a tried-and-true kidney stone treatment, will also help patients with advanced Peripheral Artery Disease
A new birthing center helps The Christ Hospital welcome babies in comfort for the whole family.
How Cincinnati’s largest neighborhood has set itself up to join the ranks of emerging urban districts like Walnut Hills and OTR.
If you’ve ever strolled past the deserted Terrace Plaza Hotel at Sixth and Vine streets, one of two things has likely gone through your mind: “What is this giant, red brick shoebox atop our beloved Batsakes Hat Shop?” or nothing. At first glance, the structure is unremarkable at best; to many, its windowless lower exterior […]
The new Center connects our city to a global tragedy.
Lost Art Press is a book publishing venture, but they also offer hand-tool woodworking classes.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s pop culture phenomenon Hamilton finally makes it to the Queen City, with a nearly month-long stop at the Aronoff Center. But first: In the Heights.
As the Art Academy of Cincinnati celebrates its 150th birthday in 2019, focus rightly shines on famous faculty and alums like Frank Duveneck, John Ruthven, Charley and Edie Harper, and Julian Stanczak and the AAC’s halcyon days in Eden Park. We discuss the anniversary with Interim President Mark Grote.
You could fly to Florida for a cold-weather getaway, or you could go underground.
Is Covington the OTR of NKY? West Pike Street vendors hint at yes.
Once home to an interior designer, this cozy saltbox is ready for its new owner.
Throughout this issue you’ll come across people who, in their own small ways, are creating new realities instead of waiting for something to happen.
Many devotees of UC would happily award Crosley Tower a stomped-on Lifetime Unachievement trophy.
Travel helps you see the world through their eyes, for better or worse.
Open by appointment for serious buyers only, Jeff Wyler’s private car museum in Milford features more than 40 classic automobiles.
Ever wish you could go back to the simpler days of your childhood? Us, too. But we’ll settle for the next best thing at Keystone’s Mac Shack, where the food is unapologetically over-the-top and decidedly not mom-approved.
Injoy takes what you love about traditional South Asian cuisine and gives its Indian-inspired fare the Chipotle treatment
The sister shop to owner Nick Ganim’s five-year-old Milford Parlor, the new storefront serves five crave-worthy flavors, including chocolate chip cookie, sugar cookie, cake batter, s’mores, and a rotating seasonal.
It’s filled with Avril-Bleh ham, plus a schmear of beer cheese—tangy and spicy, with malty notes from Fat Tire ale—on one slice and honey mustard on the other.
As the pool of OTR restaurants expands, will The Anchor hit a snag?
Robert Castañeda, a Los Angeles native, helped popularize the pop-up restaurant concept on the West Coast. Now the chef has landed in Cincinnati, where he’s hosting weekly themed meals at 3 Points Urban Brewery. What inspired you to start doing these pop-ups? I’m one of [a group of] five chefs in L.A. that started the […]
Chickichanga fans rejoice! The breakfast burrito–adjacent First Watch favorite is just one of the 75 dishes featured in the inaugural cookbook from the breakfast, brunch, and lunch chain. Started in 1983 by John Sullivan and Ft. Thomas native Ken Pendery, there are more than 290 locations across the country, including 12 right here at home. […]