Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky have shared, swiped, traded, bargained, and blamed ever since the first settlers drifted down the Ohio River.
When Michael Hodge and his family found themselves at the center of an internet firestorm, they made something good out of all the negativity.
Raised in Northern Kentucky with a majority of my adult life spent in Ohio, which side do I tie my identity to?
Four locals explain why they chose the side of the river they’re living on and what it means to them.
As Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati have grown similar in many ways, one stark difference stands out: politics
From liquor sales to local government, here are some nuts and bolts differences in how Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati take care of business.
These little economic engines chug along on both sides of the river, but who will come out on top?
The major players in higher education locally have long been the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University, but NKU is proving itself a force to be reckoned with.
One region is known for Southern comfort food; the other for its ethnically diverse melting pot. Both thrive on seasonal produce from local farms.
Education in Ohio and Kentucky has its share of challenges, but we’re putting the spotlight on successes.
Who are those people on the other side of the Ohio River? Turns out we’re more similar than different, but those differences are dramatic.
Are you in Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky? Take our quiz to see if you can identify these locations and their side of the Ohio River.
Amazon might be the champion of e-commerce, but Cincinnati’s largest corporation has a few tricks up its sleeve—it won’t give up without a fight.
When new coaches take over established basketball programs, there’s a learning curve. But UC’s new head man John Brannen already knows his market.
The Harvard Law School graduate has had a rich career of public service, including arguing and winning before the Supreme Court.
The annual fund-raiser has offered a sort of self-torture for more than 40 years.
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden will once again twinkle with holiday lights and displays starting Nov. 16 for its 37th annual Festival of Lights.
This 19th century umbrella stand is a prime example.
Dr. Know: Cincinnati’s Thanksgiving Day Race, Sawyer Point’s Bicentennial Bricks, and O’Bryonville’s Official Borders
The good doctor holds forth on troubling issues, including the history of Cincinnati’s Thanksgiving Day Race, how to find a Bicentennial Brick at Sawyer Point, and O’Bryonville’s lack of municipality.
This charming bay-side town offers plenty of opportunity to explore, relax, and unwind.
A stunning stained glass dome, a nine-car garage, heated laundry room floors, and a massive fountain make this California, Ohio, home stand out.
She has a thing for pattern mixing, and her custom fanny packs are available on Etsy.
Kristina and Jeff Jones created Pure & Spotless Goods to create a community for foster and adoptive parents.
Ohio? Kentucky? While there are plenty of things that divide us, we’re all still neighbors, y’all.
Working as a full-time freelance writer is a negotiation between effort and luck.
You might know that Glendale is home to a population of black squirrels, but did you know it’s also home to giant fiberglass squirrels?
One of Cincinnati’s most iconic restaurants draws on its rich history while moving into the future.
It’s a coffeehouse, a deli, a boutique, a bar, neighborhood gathering spot, and workspace away from your office. What is this, heaven?
Hunter Thomas, owner of Padrino and 20 Brix, is on the quest to build a better sriracha.
Kaze’s Scorpion Bowl throws it back to the post-war tiki craze—everything old is new again.
The MORTAR grad, who’s now operating from Findlay Market, looks ahead as her private chef, meal-prep, and catering business grows.