Located in Oakley, Rooted Juicery & Kitchen offers an array of cold-pressed juices, smoothies, and plant-based foods that are 100% organic and made in-house from scratch.
Our monthly look back on who wore it best. Click to see who made the list.
It was during his tour of duty in Europe that Harry Delos Andrews, World War I army medic, fell in love with castles. Next thing you know... There's a castle on the banks of the Little Miami. Join us for a visit to The Historical Loveland Castle & Museum!
Happy birthday, Covington, Ky! In honor of the city's bicentennial, we’re bringing you a photo gallery packed with some of the most historically relevant (not to mention iconic and drop-dead gorgeous) buildings that our sister across the river has to offer.
Summer may be fading, but the music scene in the Queen City isn’t slowing down for nuthin'. Here are the shows to get to this month.
The Cheetah Run 5k took place on Sunday, August 30 as a benefit for the Cincinnati Zoo.
It's not everyday you get to hobnob with royalty. We're talking about Queen Elizabeth, of course. You can catch her every weekend starting Sept. 5 through Oct. 25 at the Ohio Renaissance Festival.
It’s baaack! IF Cincy, the Queen City's very own improv festival, is returning for a second stellar year. If you want to make sure you’re front and center for the hottest new comedy show around, read on.
Bengals vs. Browns. Reds vs. Indians. Drew Lachey vs. Drew Carey. The rivalry between Cincinnati and Cleveland is the stuff legends are made of. But, are we really that different? We dive into a quick nearcation to investigate.
We couldn't have asked for a better Saturday to celebrate the Third Annual Taste of OTR at Washington Park. The event is produced by Tender Mercies, a local non-profit organization benefiting homeless adults with histories of mental illness.
If you dig a good meatball, then you're bound to be a fan of Packhouse Meats. This Newport eatery has that hidden-gem vibe that'll make you feel super cool for knowing about it first. Trust us.
Hopwater is a non-alcoholic craft soda made with the pleasant aroma and bitterness of hops, and it’s currently being served at local bars and restaurants like Sotto, Bouquet, The Rookwood, and Sundry & Vice.
Enoteca Emilia is an Italian restaurant & wine bar led by Executive Chef Corey Pastor. It's also O'Bryonville’s resident hotspot. Let's head over for a quick "Salute!"
A restaurant with award-winning French toast AND a sushi bar might inspire feelings of confusion. Or terror. But fear not, Vitor’s Bistro accomplishes this feat of eclecticism with delicious ease. Let's eat!
What do pizza, a Puerto Rican, and Mason, Ohio have in common? The one, the only, Tony Aponte! Check out our Q&A to get a glimpse into the life of man who loves his family, food made from scratch, and Mason, the city he’s proud to call home.
Want a quick taste of the invigorating, relaxing, “What day is this? I feel like I’m on vacation!” experience you’ll find at the Western & Southern Open? Check out the photo gallery and join us in a toast to one of the best sports/social events around.
The Red Bull Soapbox Race, which, according to the website has been “putting zany people on wheels since the year 2000,” took place on Saturday, August 29 in Mt. Adams.
Today's guest post comes to us from a woman who needs no introduction. Victoria Morgan, Artistic Director and CEO of CIncinnati Ballet, gives us a taste of what's on the horizon for Cincy's premier dance organization.
This weekend is for the foodies! There's not one, but two "taste" events going on — Taste of Blue Ash & Taste of OTR. Grab a fork and dig in.
It's Friday. That means you're going to be asked (at least once), "What's going on this weekend?" We're gonna make it real easy for you. Bellevue, Kentucky's Art in the Park! Now all you've gotta do is make it to Sept. 12.
Spark Behind the Change, an event featuring several prominent business innovators in the city, was held at Japp's on August 19. The event was presented by the Becker Center/ Jewish Federation of Cincinnati.
The 2015 Western & Southern Open ended where it began, with last year's champions holding the trophies once again. Here are some of the most memorable moments from the week that was.
Ready for something unique? This 5-bedroom, 3-bathroom (plus 2 partial baths) home sits on a private, wooded, 1-acre lot in Hyde Park. The property is currently on the market, listed at $997,000.
Jonathan Fox had a problem. Long nights spent wearing heavy aprons in restaurant kitchens had taken a tool on his patience. (Not to mention his neck.) ... And thus, Fox Aprons was born! Here's the story.
As it turns out, today (August 26) is National Dog Day. So... since we all love our dogs, we figured its time to give them the mic. At least that's what I did with mine. Here's what Chewy had so say.
Imagine arriving home after a long day at work actually filled with excitement. When "home" is a gorgeous, sun-soaked house with access to a meandering system of kayak-ready canals, excitement is just the beginning.
Victory and defeat. Struggle and triumph. You can see it all in the faces of the players. And you can definitely see it in the fans. Welcome to the rollercoaster ride that is fandom at the 2015 Western & Southern Open.
Originally built in 1926 and designed by architect Stanley Matthews, this French Norman home is the perfect example of the old-world charm you can find in Glendale.
Welcome to Wake Nation Cincinnati, the Midwest’s first and only cable park. (Picture waterskiing or wakeboarding... without the boat.) Load up, gang. We're headed to Fairfield.
Welcome back, UC students! This is what campus looked like without you. #ghosttown
Our reaction when we first saw this photographer's work: "WHOA!" And now, we have the extreme pleasure of sharing his work with you. Everybody, meet Tim Meredith. (Also: Welcome to the fan club.)
Snapchat is a young man's game, but it doesn't mean everyone can't enjoy the fun. Take a tour through our photo gallery of snaps at the Western & Southern Open.
We spend a lot of time looking down. That's the cost of living the glamorous, fast-paced, city life. But sometimes, it's good to take a break and rejoice in the one-of-a-kind beauty of the Queen City. Here's a batch of photos that'll remind you to, you know... look up.
3.5 miles of trails. A mix of old-growth forest and younger trees. An informative Nature Center and lovely amphitheater. Ample opportunities to rub elbows with the natural world. … And all within the city limits. Welcome to the under-the-radar wonder of Caldwell Preserve.