Cincinnati’s growing waste footprint threatens all attempts to make our community more sustainable. Thankfully, there’s something each of us can each do about it.
An Over-the-Rhine boxing club gives city kids a place to learn and train, fills their bellies, and always keeps them safe.
Even though Cincinnati is far from the coasts and has been called a “climate haven,” threats from summer heat, winter warming, heavy rains, and flooding are real and growing. Local leaders are working on strategies for both mitigation and adaptation.
The largest U.S. municipal solar array now powers the city’s government buildings.
Lessons from the pandemic for a warming planet.
20 steps you can take today to cut down on waste and reduce your carbon footprint.
Not sure where to start on your journey toward personal sustainability? These podcasts can point you in the right direction.
Don’t let the fear of a confusing system keep you from doing your part.
Reduce waste easily with these local refilleries
A surprisingly vast array of experts across Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky are ready, willing, and able to help you go green.
Now in its 54th year, the annual Summerfair brings more than 300 artists and more than 20,000 art enthusiasts to Coney Island for a weekend of creative celebration. But the nonprofit’s support of the Cincinnati art scene extends much deeper than the beloved weekend event. Money raised through the June festivities creates a ripple effect […]
The fashionable drag queen is also a talented opera singer.
After two years in limbo, Cincinnati Opera returns, celebrating its past and shaping its future.
Her sky-high wigs and elaborate costumes are labors of love that will grab everyone’s attention.
Row, row, row your boat, gently down the dried lagoon?
Bea Lampkin never gave up on her patients.
As the weather gets warmer, we discuss and reflect on climate change and whether or not we have done enough, if anything to help the state of our world.
My only experience with a Cincinnati fire alarm box, and I didn’t get in trouble.
The Maverick’s Restobar & Lounge chef finds new opportunities to cook food his way.
“I had lots of wacky ideas about creating gelatin pieces,” she says. “The sculptural nature of a tower of gelatin, wobbling with any movement, is just so fun.”
Stand aside, Starbucks—a cool treat from this downtown spot will have you questioning every frappe you’ve ever had before.
The neighborhood butcher shop is alive and well in Madeira.