Back in March, a few of us here at the magazine got e-mails from friends who had seen an intriguing item listed on eBay. “1930s stripper/dancer scrapbook—Cincinnati,” the posting announced, “Jean Harlow’s double.” So we bought it. But who was she?
The new Belterra Park turned River Downs into a “racino.” Is this the future of racing.
Speakeasy: Andrew Hungerford
Call it Indiana Jones and the Mariemont Crusade.
Which is the best fest?
We asked a 30-year demolition derby veteran for tips on winning big.
Wiley often portrays contemporary African-American men in a heroic light.
Highlights from the marriage of ballet and pop, including the bruised end of Iggy Pop’s foray.
The forces of poetry wage war against reality TV at an arts high school in this debut YA novel.
Willy Tyler, the man behind the man.
Nuns in Mt. Adams, Putz’s Creamy Whip and a pesky median along Kenwood Road.
Bobby Mackey ain’t nothing to f*** with…unless perhaps you’re the Wu-Tang Clan
The latest in the series features prints dating from the outbreak of the Civil War through the 1960s.
Jay Mohr has been busy the last 20 years, but he always returns to his first love, stand-up comedy.
How Dave and Phil Alvin came together in the name of Big Bill Broonzy.
Frontman Eugene Hütz animates Bordello’s music with fervor.
Badwater veteran (and School for Creative and Performing Arts teacher) Harvey Lewis goes the distance.
This summer, go for the gold—or silver or bronze—with flat sandals in
go-with-everything neutrals and metallics. Or keep it casual in colorful flip-flops.
A house with the handiwork of two high-profile architects is now on the market.
What’s modern on the market.
Rose & Remington brings bohemian style (and good prices) into the mix.
We like them more when not crawling.
Fun in the sun with plenty of art, recreation, food—and old-school baseball.
Occupation: Senior Fellow, Topos; Serendipity Director, Art on the Streets; Her Style: Thoughtfully customized
Hannah Thees will turn your silverware into custom jewelry.
We can’t help what we witness. Or maybe sometimes we just can’t help.
If the magazine smells like smoke this month, blame our taste buds. This is the first time we’ve devoted this many pages to the cult of ’cue.
All Greg Imm wanted was a house that needed work. He didn’t bank on a
That’s what happened when eight chefs from Cincinnati took over the kitchen at The James Beard House in New York City.
Mark Bodenstein gets all nouveau in Northern Kentucky with his reincarnation of Nuvo.
A Tavola brings big ovens and small bites to Madeira’s Main drag.
Smoked sablefish makes for a super tasty bagel bite
An aunt’s signature recipe slightly modified by Chef Renee Schuler.
When the Phoenix re-branded last summer, chef Jeremy Luers was there to lead the restaurant out of the proverbial ashes
A Chinese carryout hot spot that’s worth taking the time to find.
Saturdays just got a little bit sweeter.
Cincinnati Cooks Catering offers a side of good karma.
Madeira Choice Meats makes these devilish delights just like grandma did.