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Pam Kravetz Is Over the Top and One of a Kind

The multimedia star, teacher, and ”next mayor of Cincinnati” spreads joy with her colorful works of art.

Up In Smoke: The Forgotten Battles of Kentucky’s Tobacco War

A family scrapbook records the little-remembered history of tobacco country's fraught past.

Thank You for Being a Friend

Bea Lampkin never gave up on her patients.

Making It to the Little League World Series

Hamilton’s West Side Little League All-Stars made history by becoming the first Ohio team ever to reach the championship game of the Little League World Series.

Gloria Napier and Her Search-and-Rescue Dogs Help Find What’s Lost

Working as a search-and-rescue dog handler has become something of a full-time vocation for Napier over the course of the last 24 years.

Cutting Fibroids Off at the Source

For women suffering from uterine fibroids, a lesser-known procedure could take the place of life-altering hysterectomies.

GammaTile Is the New Frontier for Radiation Treatment

The GammaTile, a radiation device the size of a grain of rice, opens up a world of treatment possibilities for brain cancer patients.

There’s Room for Everyone Under Dave Willacker’s Big Top

How the founder and ringmaster of the Cincinnati Circus juggles his successful company.

Twelve Years After a Life-Changing Accident, Flying Pig Champion Alison Delgado Is Better Than...

Alison Delgado details her journey from near death to miraculous recovery in her new book, “My Race for Life.”

How a Local Doctor Saved a Rooster—And Brought His Neighbors Together

One East End family took in the rooster named ”Chicken” and formed a special bond.