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Blend (Review)

Family-owned Covington cafe serves up paninis and community spirit

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 20, 2014
In the past couple of years, the storefront at 14 E. Fifth St. in Covington has been a pizza place (Pizza Bomba), a gourmet sandwich shop (Wolf & Co. Bistro) and, now, a daytime café.  

Strand of Oaks with Christopher Denny

Thursday • MOTR Pub

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Like many good singer/songwriters, Timothy Showalter harnesses his personal dramas and setbacks into potent songs about growing up in Goshen, Ind., and wrestling his demons. On his fourth record, HEAL, the now Philly-based Showalter, aka Strand of Oaks, sheds some of the minimal Folk Rock from his previous endeavors and delves into a world of warm, synth-driven beats and guitar Rock.
  

Music: Stand of Oaks

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Like many good singer/songwriters, Timothy Showalter harnesses his personal dramas and setbacks into potent songs about growing up in Goshen, Ind., and wrestling his demons — sometimes within the span of the same song.
  

Maverick Chocolate Does Bean-to-Bar

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Findlay Market is now home to only the second bean-to-bar chocolatier in Ohio: Maverick Chocolate. 
  

Death Cafe (Feature)

Have your cake and discuss mortality, too, at Arlington Memorial Gardens’ monthly Death Café

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 15, 2014
No one knows what happens to us when we die, which is why death is such a compelling topic. Compelling enough that in 2011 in England, Jon Underwood and Sue Barsky Reid formed the Death Café, a meeting place for people to convene and discuss such heavy matters over pleasant things like tea and cake.  

The Natural Life

Clifton Natural Foods relocates to Clifton’s Gaslight District

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 8, 2014
When the Keller’s IGA on Ludlow Avenue in Clifton’s Gaslight District shuttered more than three years ago, it left a bustling neighborhood without a grocery store.  

Northside’s Bourbon Nation

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 1, 2014
A collection of Northside residents and art lovers are taking a stab at creating Cincinnati’s first bourbon bar and restaurant, the neighborhood’s soon-to-open The Littlefield.
  

Style Sisters

With their local salon and film production work, the Lauren sisters are making Cincinnatians look good

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Makeup artist sisters Andrea and Ashley Lauren are a multifaceted brand: salon owners, production mavens and organic lifestyle champions.    

Taste of the City

Taste of Cincinnati hits a landmark year in the celebration of our ever-evolving food scene

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2014
During its 35 years, Taste of Cincinnati has become not only the nation’s longest running culinary festival, but also the best.    

Maury's Tiny Cove (Feature)

West Side steakhouse celebrates 65 years of great food and tradition

1 Comments · Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Walking into Maury’s Tiny Cove is like walking into the past. It has low-hanging ceilings, wood paneling coating the walls and red, naugahyde booths with mirrors hanging next to the white tablecloths.