Eventually outgrowing his home-based business, Snell launched We Have
Become Vikings, an OTR-based creative agency that does everything from
motion graphics and illustration to branding, with one of his best buds,
Libby Hunter was used to seeing interactions between
different social, economic and age groups. But after witnessing a
particularly upsetting altercation where local youths began throwing
rocks at a disabled client who was moving into a renovated property,
Hunter took action and flipped the script.
Chris Sutton, owner and creative director
of Noble Denim, didn’t go to school for fashion or business. In fact,
he studied theology. But he always liked clothes and always liked
working with his hands.
Welcome, everyone, to the 17th annual Best of Cincinnati®
readers choice poll, where your
votes determine the area's best restaurants, bars, arts organizations, retail
stores, services, parks, media personalities, sports teams, politicians, causes
and urban experiences.
When we enter the grown-up world, there are quite a few
aspects of life that lose a great bit of childlike mystique: visits to
the dentist, overalls, Hostess products and, perhaps most glaringly, the
This year, there is a surprising amount
of choice in the Hamilton County offices. In the past, a lot of the
seats have been uncontested, typically held by powerful Republican
incumbents. This year is different. In addition to offering a differint
perspective than the extremist Republican status quo, each of these
candidates offers credibility and new ideas.
Issues 50 and 51 are levy renewals, so
there’s no tax hike, and mental health and senior services stay the
same. These are levies that even fiscal conservatives have not opposed.
The Coalition Opposed to Additional Spending and Taxes (COAST) has taken
no position on it.