From the moment you step out of José Martí Airport, you know you’re in Havana. Cigars, music, and Hemmingway, oh my! Join us for a tour through the colorful, culturally rich world of Cuba's capital city.
Much like the Queen City herself, GABP is burstin’ at the seams with fresh vitality and a bevy of upgrades. Grab yourself some peanuts & Cracker Jacks (and a can of Rhinegeist), we're headed over to see what's new at Great American Ball Park.
Spring has sprung, folks! And you will not believe all the amazing shows the Queen City has lined up to help us celebrate. Here are the ones to know.
CityBeat’s Events Director Kenneth Wright and boyfriend Nicholas Wuest opened the doors of their airy and artistically appointed loft for an afternoon photo shoot. Roll with us to the edge of OTR for a glimpse at some truly tasteful bohemian style.
On your marks, get set, GO... rilla! The annual 5K Gorilla Run (or walk) took place on Sunday, March 29. The event benefits a fund to protect the last remaining Mountain Gorillas.
With its hometown feel and terrific location, Madeira is the friendly town you should get to know. And so, in our latest "A Day In" jaunt, we travel to Madeira, home of the Mustangs.
52 neighborhoods. One crown. It's been a glorious season of hard-fought, 'hood vs. 'hood, foodie battles. But when the dust clears, and the Sweet Sixteen gives way to the Elite Eight, only to fall to the Final Four… these are the contenders. Let the competition begin!
Starfire’s 17th Annual Final Four FlyAway took place on Saturday, March 28 at Mercedes-Benz of Fort Mitchell. Partygoers enjoyed live entertainment by The Cincy Brass, a silent auction, an open bar, and delicious food from some of Cincinnati’s favorite restaurants. ... But most eyes were glued to the basketball games!
From the tumultuous days of Manifest Destiny to the golden era of midcentury commuter rails, the "iron horse" has long been a powerful muse for the nation's collective imagination. One look at these photos will let you know that that age-old fascination is alive & doing quite well today. ... The great American adventure is calling, folks. All aboard.
Broadway Across America recently announced the 2015/16 Cincinnati season, and we couldn't be happier. While every year has at least one or two shows we're dying to experience, it's pretty rare to find the entire lineup on our must-see list. But this is our year.
A well-balanced diet takes planning, but you can do it. If you need some help, however, consider speaking to a registered dietitian at TriHealth's Weight Management Center.
Known for its creative, New American fare and comfortable vibe (not to mention its noteworthy, 2,000-bottle wine selection), La Poste is a bona fide Cincinnati fave. Take a look at these pics and you'll see why. But seriously, get yourself a bite to eat first. ... Don't say we didn't warn you.
Try as we might, we often allow our expectations to beat us to the table. And then when they're not only confounded but treated to a whole new learning experience... well, it's kinda wonderful. And so it was with Huit Craft BBQ. Prepare for a bit of (unexpected) culinary adventure.
Most people drink a cup of coffee in the morning. Not me, though. I'm more of a tea person. Good thing I found my tea heaven at Essencha Tea House in Oakley.
For those of you who have a hankering for some well-rounded Southern comfort food, O’Bryonville’s newest addition is serving up a few hot tickets to your culinary happy place. Son Of A Preacher Man, you are right on time.
Francophiles and those with a sweet tooth, rejoice! Macaron Bar is open in Over-the-Rhine. Get your fancy French cookie on, Queen City.
WEEKEND GUIDE: Our weekly, curated list of must-check-out activities. On the docket this weekend, there's a gorilla run, art after dark, theater, and more. See you out there!
From doo-wop to hip-hop, CincySings features amazing vocal talent you won’t hear anywhere else. Now's your chance to vote in one last wild card! (And then don't miss the finals on Wednesday, April 8 at the Aronoff Center.)
From Cincinnati Ballet's resident choreographer Adam Hougland comes the moving "Mozart's Requiem." It's an exploration of grief and our own mortality. Performances run March 20 & 21 at the Aronoff Center.
Art isn’t divorced from real life. No one knows this better than Contemporary Arts Center. Take a tour of this effervescent institution's newly unveiled lobby & cafe and see how they're unleashing the creativity Downtown.
WEEKEND GUIDE: Our weekly, curated list of must-check-out activities. On the radar this weekend, we've got a gospel/ jazz/ R&B concert, a Motown play, & a German-costume dance party. See you out there!
Cincinnati is all about the arts. We know this. What can be occasionally overlooked, however, is that the facilities that house The Queen City's rich array of arts activities are masterpieces in & of themselves. Ready to be inspired? It's Walkabout time!
We've talked about homes with views before, but this loft-style house in Prospect Hill probably takes the cake. Let's head inside, shall we?
Love old-school? Then, you need to know about Casablanca Vintage. Located in Northside, this boutique has seen a few ownership changes over the years but never a lack of spunk. It's time for a shopping spree. Let's go!
For our money, there are few things better than curling up on a lazy Sunday afternoon with a nice real estate website and skimming the listings. Our online meanderings have turned up some pretty stellar properties over the past few weeks. Here's one of our personal faves.
Pregnancy is a beautiful, special time when a woman’s body plays host to the miraculous creation of life. ... It can also be a bit of a daunting experience. Blue Cocoon gets it. Here are a few reasons why a visit to this Montgomery boutique is worth a spot at the top of your pregnancy to-do list.
Brush Factory, created in 2009 by Hayes Shanesy and Rosie Kovacs, produces handcrafted, custom contemporary furniture (& other home goods). We recently took a tour inside their studio space in the former Crosley Warehouse.
Urban hotspots, imaginative residences, modest additions. They’ve done it all. (& The work speaks for itself.) The collaborative, respectfully creative client experience, though? That’s a whole new level. See how Oakley-based architecture firm Drawing Dept is flipping the script and making waves.
We’ve all got favorites. It's just human nature. Out of all the stories, photos, one-liners, & concepts that cross your desk in the space of a month, you’re bound to have a crush on at least a few nuggets o’ brilliance. We reckoned we'd share ours with you.
Want to take your family on a classic American road trip? A bit overwhelmed by the price tag? You're not alone. Here are a few (surprisingly easy) steps that'll help you hit the road and NOT break the bank.
Meet Drivr. Picture a limo/ town car/ taxi service. Now take that image and throw it away. Think "exclusively Tesla." Think "mobile concierge service." Think... "100% emission-free?" Whoa. The next evolution of hired-car services has definitely arrived.
What's that saying, "it's about the journey, not the destination"? After perusing through these photos, which take you from the start of Route66 in Chicago all the way to the end in Santa Monica, you'll get a full understanding of that quote. Until then, let's hit the road!
Stephan Harman and brothers Zach and Josh Weprin had never been to Japan. That wouldn't be strange for most people, but for the owners of Fusian, a successful fast-casual sushi restaurant, it was a party foul. ... Until recently. With this guest post by Harman, we get an inside look at their 10-day journey to Japan.
Soaring bell towers. Frescoed ceilings. Columns decked out in gold leaf. … No, you’re not in the Vatican. You’re in Kentucky. Join us for a look inside Covington’s rapturously beautiful Mother of God Church.