The Northside Bridal Expo at bar/event
space Mayday has gathered a group of local and independent businesses
that understand the concept of different and put them all in one place
so your unconventional, individual wedding ideas — from catering and
floral to planning and makeup — can come to life.
Ask a non-Cincinnati native of a certain
age what they know of the Queen City, and inevitably Pete Rose and the
Big Red Machine will come up. Hey, probably better that than the
Mapplethorpe controversy, WKRP in Cincinnati or Jerry Springer’s various post-mayoral hijinks.
Kelsey Kalnow started as a collector,
grabbing up unique vintage items, stocking her closet and selling what
she didn’t want. Today, she’s an entrepreneur; the creative and driving
force behind global plus-size clothing line Unholy Hips.
Once a year Cincinnati likes to let the
freaks out — but we’re not talking about Halloween. After a 16-month
absence, HorrorHound Weekend descends onto Sharonville promising
vis-à-vis celebrity encounters, film screenings, burlesque performances
and horror author signings.
It was the ever-evolving OTR landscape of empty lots and abandoned Italianate buildings that inspired Michael Stout to create what is arguably VisuaLingual’s most recognizable product — muslin vegetation bundles called “Seed Bombs.”
A group of Covington denizens
known as The Awesome Collective of Covington preceded the "Kentucky Kicks Ass" slogan
campaign when they came up with their own strategy to let people know
how remarkable their peculiar town of 40,000 people truly is.
When Ravi Shankar died last month at age
92, Jim Tarbell’s thoughts turned to when he brought the great Indian
classical musician to the historic — and endangered — St. Paul Church in
the Pendleton District.