Conservative former justice officials seek to reform Ohio’s death penalty
Terry Collins, former director of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitations and Corrections, says he’s deeply conservative and strongly believes in the rule of law — and also wants to see the death penalty banned in Ohio. ...
Chris Sutton’s denim company manufactures high-quality jeans and the American dream
Finding the right pair of jeans may be one of life’s greatest challenges, especially finding a pair that fits well and is made of high-quality and ethically sourced materials. ...
I was hoping that during my first interview with Cameron Kitchin, Cincinnati Art Museum’s new director, he would floor me with his big, ambitious plans. You know, something exciting — something visionary, something contemporary.
Salazar brings sandwiches and house-made goodies to the OTR lunch scene
When chef Jose Salazar decided to serve lunch at his
14th and Republic bistro, however, his focus was hardly on what the
various restaurants around him were doing.
This week marks the return of the
MidPoint Music Festival to the clubs and venues of downtown and
adventurous and critically acclaimed artists from around the world,
regardless of their label affiliation (or lack thereof).
With the MidPoint Music Festival
returning this Thursday-Saturday, numerous musical acts from around the
world will be performing at venues throughout Over-the-Rhine and
Downtown. But there are also several artists playing MPMF who don’t have
to travel far at all.
John Hughes’ Breakfast Club
Brat Pack had it all: a brain, a jock, an artist, a princess and a bad
boy. And since we can’t ask fictional characters what motivates them to
put pants on to leave the house once it drops below 60 degrees, we found
our own Cincinnati Brat Pack.
New Clifton Heights restaurant serves up Ethiopian and Indian dishes in one location
One of the newest additions to U Square @ the Loop, the multi-use shopping/dining/housing/parking development, is Elephant Walk Injera and Curry House. ...