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What You Can Do on Those New Digital Kiosks Downtown

The newest additions to Cincinnati’s walkways boast cutting-edge technology and a hyper-local experience.

According to Employers, It Seems Like No One Ever Wanted to Work in Cincinnati

"No one wants to work anymore" is a popular meme these days, and it's a sentiment that has echoed through Cincinnati history for nearly 200 years.

Win, Lose, Draw: Inside Ohio’s Redistricting Battle

Ohio Republican lawmakers submitted unconstitutional election maps five different times in order to run out the clock on fair redistricting, and they prevailed. A second primary this month cost taxpayers $20 million.

Swimmer John Muenzer Finds Victory on the Open Waves

Just two months shy of his 61st birthday, the Loveland man swam 20.5 miles of rough Pacific current to become the oldest person to complete an open water swimming grand slam.

Local Woman Launches Plus-Sized Online Boutique

Renika Smiley’s The Lusheous Collection adds fashionable clothing options for an often forgotten demographic.

Archery Was Cincinnati’s Hottest High-Society Fad in 1880

Cincinnati was the virtual center of the archery universe, and some of the wealthiest families in our fair city drove the obsession.

A National Lifeguard Shortage Forces Cincinnati Pools to Rethink

Lifeguard hiring and training practices at the Cincinnati Recreation Commission are shifting to keep pools open and staffed.

Pause Cincy Is a Three-in-One Wellness Destination

Stop and smell the aromatherapy (plus plants, crystals, juices, and more) at this Black-owned Corryville shop.

Fritz the Hippo: See the Cincinnati Zoo’s Newest Arrival

Say hi to Fritz, the Cincinnati Zoo's newest baby!

When War Hits Home: On the Ground in Kharkiv, Cincinnati’s Sister City

The Sister City Partnership started sending aid to Cincinnati’s friends in Kharkiv as soon as Russia invaded Ukraine. Now they wait, worry, and work to maintain as much connection as possible.

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