Whether you’re buying a starter home, stepping up in size, or downsizing, here are the neighborhoods you should check out, including a few outside-the-box suggestions.
Though often overlooked, these eight neighborhoods offer the best bang for your buck. Find home bargains here before everyone else does.
Brad Lauck has rehabbed dozens of properties over the last decade. It’s not as easy as HGTV makes it seem.
The veteran market leader talks trends and the best months to buy or sell a house.
Robert Harbour is an Emmy-winning set designer and experienced home rehabber. His advice can help you stage your home on your own.
Mid-Century Modern homes are back in favor, so we break down the elements of their appeal.
The local real estate agent shares home-buying tips, trends, and bizarre encounters while on the job.
Put these shows and performances on your calendar now so you don’t miss out.
The Children’s Theatre, Cincinnati Opera, and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra all have big milestones coming up. Here’s how they’re celebrating.
Cecil Jackson Jr. has been bonding with and taking care of the Cincinnati Zoo’s elephants practically his entire life. He’s determined to prepare the animals, and the zoo itself, for a better future.
Preserved by nuns and documented by a renowned scientist, St. Anne Woods and Wetlands finds a new life in partnership with Northern Kentucky University.
Broadway musical Come From Away lands at the Aronoff Center for the Arts this month, and a Newtown man who was there reflects on the true story of kindness after 9/11.
The Cincinnati native, Sam Straley, landed the role of Lawrence in ABC’s The Kids Are Alright—his first major network series.
The good doctor holds forth on troubling issues, including a signmaker’s credit, how Al Shottlekotte got on Gilligan’s Island, and the legality of having a drink with your kid.
David Carroll, with American Humane, travels to film productions all over the country, advising on everything from cougars to crickets.
This hair stylist draws inspiration from Instagram and is fearless when it comes to her locks.
It’s a studio space, a design collective, and an experimental playground.
Whether you’re camping, hiking, fishing, or hunting, these items will help you make the most of your time outdoors.
This clean-lined stucco stands out from Hyde Park’s historic homes.
The process of buying a house can be fun, but it’s almost impossible to avoid stress when so many variables are at play simultaneously.
The Ludlow Garage opened 50 years ago this month and transformed Cincinnati’s youth culture.
You can intervene in all kinds of ways—and we do every day—but as far as nature is concerned, it’s a series of one-way streets to a common destination: futility.
A banana-shaped seesaw, Chip Wheelie cushions, a play Graeter’s ice cream truck, and an ice cream cone slide make this play area really sweet.
Following the birth of her daughter, this marketing professional went back to her roots to share her love of her culture’s cuisine with her Findlay Kitchen startup and side gig.
This neighborhood steakhouse is the latest immersive experience from Gorilla Cinema, the minds behind The Overlook Lodge, Tokyo Kitty, and Video Archive.
The hearth-driven restaurant in downtown’s 21c Museum Hotel has undergone some changes, but stays very familiar.
With surprising flavors and a not-too-sweet profile, the treats baked up here will introduce you to a whole new world of flavor.
Forty Thieves is the straightforward walk-up window version of the complex Mediterranean flavors found at Daniel Wright’s Abigail Street.
Tacos, tortas, and salads with fresh ingredients and a healthy vibe add to the mix at Summit Park.