Bethany Atchison did not expect to find anything besides a compelling satire between the covers of Kurt Vonnegut’s Breakfast of Champions when she recently bought the book at the Valley Thrift Store in Evendale.
Much like their Irish ancestors who
immigrated to America before them, husband and wife Kent Covey and
Maureen Kennedy were immigrants in their own right when they moved to
Cincinnati from New York and California, respectively.
After realizing that a niche to supply healthy
snacks to college students existed, Cincinnati-based Marissa Hu and Andy
Fortson founded Co-Ed Supply, a subscription-based start-up that
targets the collegiate crowd by providing them with “college essentials”
ranging from food to toiletries.
If you do the math, Gary Collins has been
skateboarding longer than a lot of the kids currently skating on a
professional level have even been alive. But that doesn’t mean he’s not
out there with those same guys, skating around the city...
Rhett Harkins, general manager of Price
Hill’s BLOC Coffee Company, plummeted 60 feet from a cliff while hiking
Haystack Rock in Kentucky’s Red River Gorge on Dec. 14. The injuries he
sustained included a broken ankle, femur, hand and shoulder, along with a
Cincinnati needs people like Joi Sears. The twentysomething actor/activist moved
back to her hometown, Cincinnati, about a year ago after spending nearly
a decade in New York and months — if not years, collectively —