David Hebert was a lot of things: the dreadlocked maker of burritos; a punk rocker; a womanizing, tatted-up former Jesus freak with a kind heart and a wild streak. What he wasn’t was a guy you’d expect to find dead at the end of a police standoff.
Three singers sound off on their time in Cincinnati’s choirs.
Our guide to finding a space for your voice.
Twelve months, 681 species, and Matt Stenger’s inner journey.
Twenty years ago, Ed Stern arrived to quell backstage drama at a struggling Playhouse in the Park. Before he exits, we talk with the general artistic director about what it took to complete the transformation.
Our hills bless us with verdant views and curse us with treacherous mudslides. They divide our communities and unite us in pride of place. Do we risk taking them for granted? Consider the lay of the land.
Long-time Cincinnatians might picture Louisville as a down-river little brother, a smaller town with a Reds farm team. But its population of 597,000 in the 2010 census actually dwarfs Cincinnati’s 297,000—thanks to the 2003 merger of Louisville and surrounding Jefferson County. The change has allowed Louisville to trumpet itself as a major population center to […]
This summer, the Showboat Majestic celebrates its 90th season. At the helm for the past 22 years, Tim Perrino has worked hard to keep the boat afloat—sometimes quite literally.
For those who pine for the days of the mega-mansions, fear not; for a limited time only, you can go back.
The steam may not have set in yet, that riverine stickiness that settles like a gargantuan ball of cotton candy on the Ohio Valley each summer. But you know it’s coming.
Chef Jimmy Gibson puts his passion into his downtown restaurant, JimmyG’s, creating a new kind of steakhouse.