You know those homes where EVERY piece has a story? Well, you can kinda think of this gorgeous American Foursquare house in Westwood as its very own library. Replete with homey touches, impressive attention to detail, and (mostly) original features, this 1910 property is a Cincy classic.
Our monthly look back on who wore it best. From fanny packs to button downs to jorts, it was one epic June. See who made the list.
Need a break from the bustling nightlife in Over-the-Rhine? Still feel like going out for a drink and some live music? The Greenwich might just be singing your song. The venerable Walnut HIlls nightclub is bringing jazz, blues, and some pretty unique interior design choices. Let's check it out.
The Week, Refined: The weekly series that serves up the coolest, most important (and/or random) topics on our radars, neatly packaged for your internal amusement, external discussion, or both. Let's get to it, shall we?
Everybody loves bridges. And here in Cincy, there's one span that captures the public's collective attention and imagination like no other. So! We decided to do the honorable thing and dedicate a photo gallery to the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge. (& Okay, maybe a few others.) Enjoy.
Recovered from June’s jam-packed calendar of fantastic live shows yet? We hope so, because July’s list doesn’t quit for nuthin’! Here are the ones to get out to this month.
Those long, hot Cincinnati summer days have officially arrived. Good thing that gives us an excuse to slip into some fresh new styles. From flowy centerpieces to sharp accessories, here are some of the breeziest looks heating up the Queen City.
Fabulous. Fantastic. Flavorful. Phenomenal. ... We could keep the alliteration going, but how 'bout we just head over to Findlay Market for a heaping helping of Bouchard's Anything's Pastable instead. Sound good? Yeah, we think so too.
Just in case you haven't heard... Westwood (Cincinnati's largest neighborhood) is a dynamic community that's home to scrumptious eateries, colorful festivals, and charming, family-owned shops. Here are a few of the activities to get on your summertime radar.
214 varieties of tomatoes? 140 types of peppers?! The selection (and accessibility of info and assistance) is enough to make even a master gardener’s green thumbs itch and a salad junky’s mouth water. To borrow a term from the store's sign, Funke’s Greenhouse is... insane.
Rocking more than 100 craft beers, 15 food trucks & vendors, and several rounds of local music, Cincinnati’s only canned craft beer festival took over Washington Park this Saturday. Let's crack open some pics!
Looking for that classic coffee shop experience? College Hill Coffee Co. definitely deserves a spot on your radar. Here’s a quick snapshot of what this neighborhood cornerstone is bringing to the table.
Located in the heart of downtown Loveland, Julian's Deli is a neighborhood favorite that everyone should get to know. Plus, for all you fans of long rides followed (or preceded) by delicious snacks, it's situated right off the bike trail. Let's dig in.
Cincinnati’s West Side is known for having its share of creamy whips. And though each one has its own unique story, one of the most colorful is that of Cone Zone, a neighborhood favorite built from courage, second chances, and a great soft serve.
To all the folks who believe that the best place for a chef is outside... To everyone who thinks "Kiss The Cook" should be voted into law... To all the "Kings (& Queens) Of The Grill" ... This one's for you.
Dutch's is a lot like the charcuterie boards that it's famous for. Which is to say, Dutch's isn't just one thing. It's a careful mix of experiences, atmospheres, gustatory opportunities, and (of course) meats & cheeses, curated & served to satiate your appetites. ... And it's delicious.
"City Silence is sitting together, silently, for a few minutes or much longer, in city spaces and community places." It's that simple. And it's that amazing. If you feel like you need to pause, take a break from the hustle bustle, and catch your breath, then City Silence is for you. ... In fact, it's for all of us.
It was a weekend for the history books. (To say the least!) With the Supreme Court’s decision in the Obergefell v. Hodges case — the named plaintiff in which is a Cincinnati resident — legalizing same-sex marriages nationwide, the Queen City’s Pride celebration took on a whole new level of joy and meaning.
The Week, Refined: The weekly series that serves up the coolest, most important (and/or random) topics on our radars, neatly packaged for your internal amusement, external discussion, or both. And away we go!
What goes best with meadows, gardens, and fields? Art, of course! Large-scale pieces of sculpture (both ancient and modern), to be exact. ... Welcome to Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum! It's not just a museum, it's an experience.
Imagine some of the city's top business leaders ditching the office and taking the stage. That's pretty much the exact premise for "Suits That Rock," an annual two-night rock concert event that benefits The Carnegie in Covington.
Although the competition might be over, Frank Weinstock (Cincinnati resident & juror of the CWPC) offers insight into what makes this annual event unique to our fair city — and to the world.
Calling all fans of "Rehab Addict." Or "Fixer Upper." Or "Property Brothers." (… Really, any HGTV show will work.) If you love sleek style and a good ol' rags-to-riches backstory, this one’s for you. Who's ready for a tour?
Cincy, as we all know, is on fire. From art to music to fashion, the whole region’s getting some much deserved buzz. Meet Original Thought Required and Corporate, two local stores working to secure the Midwest's place on the style map.
Maternity leave can be a hot-button issue these days. For today, though, we’ll leave that debate to the pundits. Instead, we offer you an uplifting list about the cool things that you could do with whatever maternity leave you’ve got.
Street Style — "Humans of Cincinnati" Edition: the series that takes to the Queen City streets, strikes up a conversation with a passerby, and highlights the vibrant color & depth of the people who call the Queen City home. Today, we meet Kelsey Iker, bartender/ lifelong Cincinnatian/ thrift store maven.
Here’s to the go-getters. Mia Murray recently transplanted her budding photography business from the Detroit area to our beloved Queen City. And you guessed it... she hit the ground running. Looking for a little perspective on making the dream happen? Here you go.
The 2015 Concours d'Elegance celebrated its 38th anniversary on Sunday, June 14 at Ault Park, featuring over 200 spectacular cars from every era. This year's star was Mercedes-Benz.
Karen’s son, John, was just 22 when she began to notice that he was losing weight and isolating himself from the family. When Karen and her husband confronted him about what was going on, he confessed he had been addicted to heroin for over a year.
Hop on, gang! It's time to rediscover the Queen City, and Red Bike (Cincy's bike-sharing program) is here to help. Let's hit the streets.
It's cozier than a cabin but not as big as a house. Just picture s'mores roasting over a fireplace and the most gorgeous sunset you've ever seen. Got it? ... Welcome to the summer cottage.
With opportunities to boat, fish, hike, and more, Sharon Woods offers a fun escape for all ages and interests. (Pro tip: we really dig the Gorge Trail.)
The 2015 Vectren Dayton Air Show took place June 20-21 at the Dayton International Airport. The two-day event is the perfect family-friendly weekend for lovers of some seriously high-flying entertainment.
Graham Goebel shoots some pretty impressive photographs (and reps the Buckeye State while doing so). As a student in UC's DAAP school, Goebel has already created an inspiring portfolio that's certain to make you want to grab your camera and get out there. Let's dive in.