“I think of it as a puzzle, finding the needle in the haystack.” Shannon Haggerty, M.D., on the challenges of studying hormones—and how that affects our bones.
Brian Adams, M.D., shares how he helped create a new field of study by blending his interests in athletics and dermatology.
Irfan Firdaus, D.O., on advances in the fields of hematology and oncology that have helped with everything from anemia to leukemia.
This form of design, practiced by Madisonville-based Design Impact, aims to help communities and institutions solve problems collaboratively, with empathy.
“We have an ability to change the outcome drastically.” Kristin Coppage, M.D., and Sammy Tabbah, M.D., on the collaborative efforts of the Cincinnati Fetal Center.
“Sleeping well is the most important thing on this earth.” Samir Ataya, M.D., on a common problem that sometimes has a simple solution.
“The goal of everything is to allow the patients to return to their lives.” Kevin D. Martin, M.D., on controlling the turbulence of blood and how his profession has changed.
The Crosley brand is still used to sell electronics, appliances, and home goods, recalling the glory days of Powel and Lewis Crosley’s manufacturing powerhouse.
Ease into the new year with these less intense resolutions that can still help you improve your 2020.
The Power of Her initiative commemorates the 19th Amendment’s centennial and historic anniversaries across Cincinnati arts institutions.
Singulis et Simul brings a marching band, the CSO, and even the audience onstage for a vogue performance experience.
West Chester native Mitra Jouhari on comedy writing, absurdity, and the benefits of being from the Midwest.
The good doctor holds forth on troubling issues, including what to do when your neighbor won’t clear a path, why Jim Morrison was too much for our delicate sensibilities, and a local maker producing fax machines—in the 1930s.
Brittney Braemer and Suzy Hinnefeld have reimagined their Covington flagship and paired it with a new outpost for colorful kids’ stuff.
We told you about this home in December 2018, and hoped the new owners would appreciate its charms. Boy, did they.
The Guest Services Supervisor at the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber used to be a serious sneakerhead. Now he’s drawn to suits.
When high winds blew down an old barn, cheese maker Kenny Mattingly saw an opportunity—and created a destination.
In our January Top Doctors issue, we draw inspiration from long-gone innovators and forward-looking caregivers.
The display shrinks Cincinnati to 1/64 scale and shows how we’ve changed through the years.
If you want to rail against dishonesty in others, hold yourself accountable first.
The beloved Madisonville taqueria gets a downtown sibling with a distinctly different menu.
With a decade of success as restaurateurs, the owners of Senate, Abigail Street, Pontiac, Holiday Spirits, and Forty Thieves are paying it forward with their educational residency program.
A neighborhood wine bar with a menu of really great food? Sign us up!
There’s a lot of potential at this rooftop spot that’s great for a drink with, yes, a lovely view.
Renee Koerner’s Big Fish Farms has been harvesting American paddlefish roe in Bethel since 2003.