It’s easy to wake up in late September and wonder where your summer went. Luckily, we’ve scouted 18 trips—the exact number of weekends between Memorial Day and the official start of autumn—for you to pack in as much fun as possible.
At the University of Cincinnati and Miami University, sexual assault has become one of the most studied subjects on campus. The administrations are struggling to earn a passing grade.
With a royal lineage like the Ohio Players, Slave, Zapp, and Junie Morrison in the history books, it’s hard to deny. But can so much musical sweat be contained in a Gem City Funk Hall of Fame? We’ll know when they tear the roof off the sucker.
Seeing my father through older eyes at the Anderson Township pub.
3CDC is investing nearly $32 million in the new Ziegler Park. So what’s all the fuss about?
The man behind the TSA’s funny—and surprisingly informative—Instagram feed.
Moving to Cincinnati made sense, they claimed, because “the Roman general Cincinnatus wrote a book exposing Jewish corruption.”
It’s where I discovered my new favorite Cincinnatians: Susan and Adam Petersen.
In 1967, Howard Bruns and Tom Stevens created Soccer Association for Youth based on a simple principal: Everybody plays.
Career librarian Patricia Van Skaik made a five-block hop in February from one downtown hall of books to another. Bigger was her leap from the world of history and genealogy at the public library’s main branch to one of insects, fungus, and pharmaceuticals at the independent, scientific Lloyd Library and Museum.
A long history and a jumble of architectural details add up to quirky charm in Clermont County.
Antiques go back to the future.
The Butler County seat has hit its stride in a serious way. Just take a stroll through downtown.
Exploring an intergalactic planetarium’s worth of otherworldly finds.
“None of the physicians or nurse practitioners in my practice wear lab jackets. You hear a lot about “white coat syndrome.” Little ones get anxious and more scared when you come in with that white coat.”
A couple of years ago, Walk the Moon spent six intense weeks on-site, writing songs and recording demos for their first album, and their website notes the building’s “secret rooms, ghosts, and taxidermy.”
Is a button really mashed if nobody is there to hear it?
It may have taken a village, but the market has seen increased traffic and sales each week.
Attention Downtown pho slurpers: You don’t have to hoof it across town to find an authentic Vietnamese meal. Saigon Subs and Rolls on Fourth Street offers freshly made bowls and banh mis from the storefront formerly occupied by It’s Just Crepes.
Abigail Street stays current with new dishes but still nails the classics.
Anne Kearney’s reinvention of Rue Dumaine is a casual study in classics.
This Louisville eatery serves up historic ambiance with cocktails.
Maribelle’s chef/owner Mike Florea and his friend Jason Jones had never farmed before forming Queen City Livestock Company.