Ohio Amish Country, a picturesque area that spans multiple counties in east-central Ohio, is a land where time slows down and cars share the road with horse-drawn buggies. Come ready to be restored.
It's not heating up, it's already hot. But, in other news, it's Thursday. And that means the weekend is right around the corner. Here's what we know to get you excited about the days ahead.
Like a rock concert with a story to tell, "Hundred Days" is unlike anything else you'll see on a Cincinnati stage this year. See it now through August 22 at the Know Theatre.
"The Great Cincinnati Coffee Hunt of 2015" continues! This week, the journey takes us to The Cream Of Caffeine Coffee Company, located in Deer Park. Ready to set sail?
You know in movies when the exceptionally handsome protagonist walks into a room? Heads turn. Conversations stop. Hearts flutter. ... Well, this drop-dead-gorgeous Hyde Park home just made its entrance. Commence fawning.
A good garden deserves a pat on the back. And so does its steward. Everybody, meet Rene Dierker, Master Gardener.
Inspired by some of the design concepts at their Columbus location, Nada has slowly revamped the Queen City restaurant, echoing those changes, adding new layers, and mixing up some menu items. And we got the official insider's tour.
Ever heard the phrase "Just another night at the Opera?" No? That's because it doesn't exist. When the Opera's involved, there's no such thing as "just another" night. Exhibit A: The opening night for Cincinnati Opera newest production, "Turandot."
Coming out of a long hiatus from climbing, Gerry James was looking to experience the mystique and wonder of scaling the cliffs at Red River Gorge. And considering the Gorge’s international reputation as a destination within the world of sport climbing, he was in for a world-class treat.
The acronym "YP" means "young professional." This we know. But who exactly are these folks? Where do they work and what do they care about? To get to the bottom of these age-old questions, we're taking a look at what it means to be a young person building a life in Cincinnati today.
Buckle up your French neo-bistro seat belts, folks! Le Bar A Boeuf, the new restaurant by Jean-Robert de Cavel, is here. We're heading over to The Edgecliff in East Walnut Hills for a tour & a taste. Care to join?
Everybody’s got a mission. (Well, lots of folks do anyway.) Not everybody, however, has the goods to make that mission actually work. Meet Waterfields, the microgreens company that's bringing new life (and jobs) to Cincy's urban core. ... One unbelievably big flavor-pop at a time.
Everyone knows that OTR is chock-full of great craft cocktail joints. But what you may not know is that you can now get some of that same fancy-pants goodness in the #45223. (That’s Northside, baby!) Tillie’s Lounge is now open and ready to rock your glass.
In honor of National Ice Cream Day (part of the month-long celebration held each July), we took to Instagram and lovingly whipped up a small batch of swoon-worthy shots. Take a peek at these pics and you'll be joining the "We all scream for ice cream!" chorus in no time.
Julie Francis (chef/owner of Nectar) didn't set out to be a restaurateur, but sometimes the best things in life happen without us planning them.
With four generations of family ownership under its belt, Avril-Bleh and Sons Marketplace and Deli is a bona fide Queen City fave. We dropped by to get a peek at what this Cincy stalwart is bringing to the table. Grab a number and join us for a taste!
Given its location (just a hop-skip away from the bustling hotspots of OTR), it's safe to assume that Schwartz’s Point Jazz Club is one of Cincy's best-kept secrets. If this is the first time you’re hearing about this Queen City standby, well then, here's the scoop.
Because, really, what’s summer without a playlist? Crank up these tracks and let the good times (i.e. adventure, celebration, relaxation, and, lest we forget… romance) roll.
It's Thursday. ... A lot has probably already happened to you this week. If we had our druthers, most of it would be good. But in case you need a pick me up, or if you're the type that's already high on life, here are 10 more reasons to get excited.
Somehow, in the last five years or so, social painting parties have become all the rage in the Queen City. They’re some of the best ways to get crafty, spend time with friends, and (of course) drink. Keep this list of hot spots on hand for the next time you’re feeling creative.
Over the weekend (July 16-18), things were heating up at The Beach Waterpark in Mason. The National Volleyball held a professional tournament with 16 teams per gender battling for a $50,000 prize purse.
Danger Wheel, Cincy’s first-ever adult big-wheel racing tournament, took place in the hills of Pendleton on Saturday, July 18. And yes, it was radical.
If you love Cincinnati, and you love T-shirts, you’ve got to check out Cincy Shirts. Located in OTR, this hometown business has seen national success. And by the looks of it, the company won't be slowing down any time soon.
What’s the #1 rule in real estate? That's right: “Location, location, location.” And what's the #1 rule in personal relationships? Timing. Add those two laws-o’-life together and what’d’ya get? A sleek, modern two-bedroom townhome positioned right in the heart of OTR, that's what.
Back to school time is just around the corner—time to start thinking about your child’s future and making sure it’s as bright as can be.
It’s one thing to have a beautiful garden filled with flowers, but if you want to take it to the next level, then you need some seriously adorable yard art. Take a peek through our gallery to get a few ideas.
These days, adding vintage pieces to a wardrobe or mixing them into a home’s decor is the very height of style. If you’re looking to add that perfect bit of "pop" to your ensemble or home, make sure to hit up Pixel 19 in Clifton Heights.
If you already know about this Queen City store/ resource/ force-to-be-reckoned-with, you're most likely a fan. If you've never taken a lap around their facility (or heard about the awesome ways they make Cincy and, quite frankly, the planet a better place to live), you need to check 'em out. Chances are, Building Value is about to become your JAM.
It's "swim-up bar o'clock" somewhere, right? These 21 gorgeous shots (snapped by Instagram photographers from around the world) will whisk you away to where the skies are clear, the water's fine, and the drinks have tiny umbrellas.
FD Harper works a normal 9-to-5 accounting job. Nothing exciting. But when he’s not crunching numbers, he’s taking some pretty spectacular photos of the city we like to call home.
Less than a six-hour drive from Cincinnati, Rondeau Provincial Park is located on a sand spit in Lake Erie. The park includes 11km (6.84 mi) of beaches, coastal wetland, and old-growth forests. Come ready to get your hike/ bike/ swim/ canoe/ birdwatch/ relax on!
From excellent schools to preserved greenspaces, Anderson Township has plenty to offer—and we’ve got the top reasons to think about moving to their neck of the woods.
The annual Crazy Cardboard Regatta was held on Saturday, July 18 at Voice of America Metro-Park in West Chester.
Birdwatching in the Queen City is a surprisingly active (and, of course, rewarding) activity. The area plays host to loads of our fine-feathered friends. The best way to enjoy the presence of these colorful creatures? Get out there, look, and listen! Here are a few spots to start your adventures in birdwatching.