Commonwealth Bistro has been
two-and-a-half years in the making for Chef Chris Burns and his wife Tess, the duo
who founded The Awesome Collective, an organization that spreads
everything great about the community of Covington.
Having homegrown veggies and fruit
delivered to your house seems like a luxury, but for 6,000
Cincinnatians/Northern Kentuckians, receiving a green bin filled with a
mixture of both locally and nationally grown produce actually supports
the community, reduces carbon footprints and advances environmental
initiatives for future generations.
Comic book conventions have exploded in
recent years (e.g., the monolithic San Diego Comic-Con) but they’ve also
lost touch with what a comic convention should be, forfeiting the
artistry of graphic novels to instead concentrate on a tumescent number
of celebrity guests.
If you come across thousands of people dressed head to toe in white Saturday evening, don’t be alarmed — it’s just Dîner en Blanc. François Pasquier founded the “dinner in white” picnic party in Paris 25 years ago as a means for him to reconnect with his friends. He made sure his picnicking guests wore white so they’d be able to spot each other.
at the Loop — the $80 million, 80,000-square-foot entertainment and
apartment complex adjacent to University of Cincinnati— has been slowly
rolling out retail stores and restaurants since the spring.
After a $23 million hotel-wide renovation, the Hyatt Regency introduces their new restaurant, the farm-to-table Red Roost Tavern, which joins top-notch hotel eateries like The Palace, Orchids and Metropole in downtown fine dining. Red Roost’s philosophy is: “Food. Thoughtfully Sourced. Carefully Served.”
Growing up, who didn’t own Barbies, G.I. Joes and Star Wars
action figures? Now those toys are a hot commodity, especially for
collectors like Gary Darna, who’s built an entire social networking-like
site called CompleteSet around the idea of “He who dies with the most