The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra was the benefitting charity for the Bacchus Society's "Winter Gathering" held on Thursday, Jan. 29 at Music Hall. Pops conductor JMR even swung by to play the emcee for the night.
Cincinnati Bell will air two regional commercials during the third quarter of the Super Bowl. The ads will spotlight a pair of regular, everyday customers and how they use the new gigabit fioptics internet service.
Aloft Asheville has partnered with a local animal rescue organization to do something awesome. Looking for a great night’s sleep AND a forever friend? This hotel is your heaven.
WEEKEND GUIDE: Our weekly, curated list of must-check-out activities. On the agenda for this Super Bowl weekend, we've got plenty to eat & drink, a few great causes, and one midwinter music fest. See you out there!
Sure, you might end up rolling into work on Monday feeling like a deflated Patriots’ pigskin, but life is too short to not go hard on Super Bowl Sunday. Here are a few spots that will help you get the most bang for your game-day buck.
From humble beginnings to an incomparable legacy, the life story of the famed Man In Black takes the stage in Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash. The Playhouse in the Park production runs through February 15.
No cable, no wi-fi, and (gasp) no cell connection. … Wait, that sounds pretty great. Ravenwood Castle is nestled against the fringes of Ohio’s Hocking Hills State Park. And it's ready to transport you to a weekend of relaxation.
Cincinnati's more prominent arts organizations are well-loved and regularly celebrated. Less commonly discussed, however, is the astonishing number of smaller, niche organizations that contribute to the rich makeup of the Queen City arts scene. Let's meet some new faces. (And a few old ones, too.)
For some, working out is a chore. For others, it’s a great stress reliever. And for other "others," it’s actually fun. (Sue me, I fall into the latter category.)
You never know true design envy until you sit down in the home of a designer. Or so we thought... Meeting Katie Dobbs, of KP Design International, in her gorgeous downton loft AND discussing her work (Bakersfield, The Eagle OTR, Krueger's Tavern), took that envy to a whole new level.
Nestled inside of a century-old Mason farmhouse, The Wildflower Cafe & Coffee House has channeled its farm-to-table ethos into an eclectic menu grounded by impeccably prepared favorites. Take a look at the pics and see what's got this spot's fans so vocal.
Brothers Nick and Drew Lachey recently opened up a sports bar in Over-the-Rhine. We’re heading to the corner of 12th & Walnut Streets to give it a try. Join us, won't you?
Step inside the nostalgia-rich, smile-unleashing, and sweet-tooth-satisfying world of Patty’s Old Fashioned Popcorn. This Hyde Park favorite is all about treating folks to a delightful and delicious experience. Hop over and say hi!
“If you do it right, it passes on.” We take a look at the secret recipe that keeps Raffel’s Catering a fresh, relevant, and beloved Queen City mainstay.
If you have yet to visit Covington's Kung Food Chu's AmerAsia, you owe it to yourself to swing by. But even the most seasoned visitors might not know about a hidden route into the AmerAsia menu. A secret way. Proceed at your own risk...
Too cold to go out for dinner? Cooking out of the question? Boy oh boy, have we got a list for you!
Did you know that Cincinnati has its own version of the Grammy Awards? Yup, it sure does. The Cincinnati Entertainment Awards were held on Sunday, Jan. 25 at the Madison Theater in Covington.
On Friday, Jan. 23, the students of University of Cincinnati's College Conservatory of Music held their annual big gala fundraiser, "A Moveable Feast." Patrons had a chance to sample each of the departments, experiencing the widespread talent of these young students as they continue their studies in the arts.
A year ago today we, when we were formerly known as iSPYCINCY, held a party at the Old Police Station on Broadway in Downtown Cincinnati. Here's a look back at our favorite photos from "Cited."
WEEKEND GUIDE: Our weekly, curated list of must-check-out activities. On the docket we have a sampling of the arts, a modern dance legend, and the music of our roots. See you out there!
Fans of the ABC hit reality show "Dancing With The Stars" were in for a treat on Monday night. Members of the cast popped by the Taft Theatre for a sold-out show, featuring Season 19 winner Alfonso Ribeiro as the emcee.
NPR’s beloved Tiny Desk Concerts series recently tore down the curtain and asked musicians to submit their own performances. The winner will get the honor of performing at “the most famous desk in music.” One of our favorite submissions: Cincy’s own Young Heirlooms.
Welcome to the home of Greg & Michele Young. Located in Indian Hill, this palatial estate has it all. Seriously. Let's head inside for a tour.
Street Style — "Humans of Cincinnati" Edition: This installment takes us into the hallowed halls of Rhinegeist for a discussion about bike culture, the evolution of OTR, and life in a house full of dudes.
The Cupid's Undie Run is a worldwide phenomenon that raises money for the Children's Tumor Foundation. This year's event, a one-mile run in one's undies, will take place on Saturday, Feb. 14. Here are our tips on preparing for the fundraiser that's putting the "hilarity" in charity.
1883 meets 2015 in Covington's Old Seminary Square neighborhood. This charming Italianate single-family home is equal parts historic and modern. And it's 100% on the market. To the pics!
Cincinnati fashion prodigy Mayhem is making big waves in the style industry once again. (The five-year-old recently returned from NYC, where she designed a collection for J.Crew's youth brand. ... Respect.) We caught up with Mayhem's mom to talk about the whirlwind experience.
Put your mind at ease. The Elements will take care of everything — whether it's your wedding, corporate event, or a baby shower — this one-stop shop knows what they're doing. Located in Sharonville, The Elements has been open since 2008.
Maybe it's the momentary reprieve from the wintry grind. Or maybe it's the impulse to hop a flight for somewhere even warmer. Whatever it is, this week's got us looking up. Our eyes are on the horizon, gang. And the view's not too shabby. Not too shabby at all.
Queen City, meet the Queen City of the north: Toronto. With plenty to do, see, and discover, Canada’s largest metropolis promises nothing short of an “eh-mazing” experience. (... Sorry, we just had to.)
For the most part, people enjoy traveling. Well, they do except for the 21st century all too common airline industry hassles. Thankfully, those of us in Cincinnati have an alternative. It's called Ultimate Air Shuttle, and once you've flied with them, you'll never want to fly commercial again.
This week we're giving credit where credit is due. The Ohio State University Buckeyes proved to be the undisputed champs after defeating the University of Oregon Ducks 42-20 in the first ever National Championship playoff series. Ohio Against The World!
PHOTOGRAPHER SPOTLIGHT: Our new monthly series that takes you behind-the-lens of some of Cincinnati's most prominent (and/or not so prominent, but really talented) photographers. For the inaugural installment, we caught up with Jeremy Taylor of Ancient Rhythms.
Northern Kentucky's quaint Bellevue neighborhood has been around since 1870 and boasts a number of eye-catching homes, local restaurants, and charming shops. Grab your gloves and overcoat, it's time for a walkabout.