Young LGBTQ activists discuss the state of the equal rights movement with Jim Obergefell, five years after his landmark Supreme Court victory.
Artists, pastors, lawyers, activists, historians, educators, social workers, journalists—these 20 LGBTQ advocates have their hand in Cincinnati’s future.
These events transformed Cincinnati from the “most anti-gay” city in the country to a beacon of progress.
Procter & Gamble, Fifth Third Bancorp, Kroger, Macy’s, and Frost Brown Todd earned a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index, which rates companies on their commitment to LBGTQ equality and inclusion.
Ken Oaks and friends have built TQL into a multibillion-dollar company. But thousands of ex-employees are suing the company for their fair share of the success.
Darnell Benjamin talks about what it takes to build a great Cincy Fringe Festival, which will be streamed online this year from May 29 to June 13.
Newly appointed members Betsy Sundermann and Jan-Michele Kearney offer fresh perspectives—and cooperation—on Cincinnati City Council.
The good doctor holds forth on troubling issues, including what that flapping thing is doing atop Congregation Beth Adam, what happened after a traffic copter crashed, and naming streets.
The original part of the home dates back to the 1850s, but major renovations over the years give this space all the modern comforts.
Drag King Alexander Cameron talks sparkly suits, playing with gender, and performing “draglesque” with the Mrs., Ginger LeSnapps.
More than just a retail store, Puzzle Pieces is a resource and a haven for people with sensory issues, thanks to Holly Young.
How we show up for each other matters. The pandemic has revealed how our friends and neighbors keep showing up. Jim Obergefell knows what that’s like, too.
Rayshun Holt went to prison at age 15. When he was released 21 years later, he struggled to find a purpose until he discovered Nehemiah Manufacturing.
After making its way to a barn in Indiana, then to Maine, Connecticut, and Texas, the truck finally back in its original Montgomery Road firehouse.
With stay-at-home orders in effect, Arnold’s Chef Kayla Robison found a way to reach families at home and a new way to love food.
Personal trainer Rebecca Ward started The Body Bakery & Co. to make desserts that taste like desserts without refined sugar—really.
Market Wines’s Michael Maxwell talks about quarantine sales, rosé, and weekend wine tastings (which will return eventually!).
Hideki Harada’s College Hill ramen joint Kiki fully satisfies your comfort food craving.
Harmony Plant Fare in Findlay Market takes its inspiration from deli classics, but their versions are plant-based.