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ANTIQUES GO BACK TO THE FUTURE.
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A LONG HISTORY AND A JUMBLE OF ARCHITECTURAL DETAI...
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EXPLORING AN INTERGALACTIC PLANETARIUM’S WORTH OF ...
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In 1967, Howard Bruns and Tom Stevens created Socc...
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Eat, drink, and pedal your way through Lexington’s...
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How to survive 150 (or even just 50) miles on in-l...
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PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF PAULA NORTON
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How to do the Motor City bop.
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Visit a dreamy Midwestern town where the past is t...
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A shopping trip where the journey is the destinati...
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Finding hope in a complicated, horrible history.
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Get swept away by the beauty of nature.
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This beautiful Southern city celebrates its martia...
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College town charm and plenty of laughs.
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Chasing the sun down U.S. Route 1.
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Commonwealth history—and bourbon.
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Fly through an exhibition of presidential aircraft...
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This is how you camp at Kentucky Speedway.
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Setting sail (or not) on Lake Erie.
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THE LATEST IN TECHNOLOGY, PATIENT CARE, AND RESEAR...
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IT’S EASY TO WAKE UP IN LATE SEPTEMBER AND WONDER ...
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AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI AND MIAMI UNIVERSI...
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Jack Fry’s serves up historic ambiance with cockta...
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Neon and Nostalgia Light ’em Up
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Follow in the footsteps of movie stars in Mansfiel...
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THE BUTLER COUNTY SEAT HAS HIT ITS STRIDE IN A SER...
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CINCINNATI MAGAZINE’S dining guide is compiled by ...
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5486 HAWK HILL DR., BATAVIA $1 MILLION
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IT MAY HAVE TAKEN A VILLAGE, BUT THE CLIFTON CO-OP...
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IS A BUTTON REALLY MASHED IF NOBODY IS THERE TO HE...
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PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF MARK AND CATHY LYONS
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Why is the median on I-75 in Butler County so incr...
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OCCUPATION: Nurse Practitioner
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PHOTOGRAPH BY AARON M. CONWAY
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AS WE WERE GOING TO PRESS WITH THIS ISSUE, A FINAL...
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Freelance food writer Keith Pandolfi(“Down at the ...
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3CDC is investing nearly $32 million in the new Zi...
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Career librarian Patricia Van Skaik made a five-bl...
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BY JASON COHEN ILLUSTRATION BY PABLO
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A MORE TIMID entrepreneur might have been put off ...
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Journalist Carla Carlton tracks the explosive grow...
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Anne Kearney’s reinvention of Rue Dumaine is a cas...
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ATTENTION DOWNTOWN PHO SLURPERS: YOU DON’T HAVE TO...
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The man behind the TSA’s funny—and surprisingly in...
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This town’s got more than soccer and baseball team...
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How I learned to stop worrying and love the radio.
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Many readers fondly remembered the tea rooms refer...
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MARIBELLE’S CHEF/OWNER Mike Florea and his friend ...
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ABIGAIL STREET keeps current with new dishes but s...
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PHOTOGRAPH BY DUSTIN SPARKS
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With a royal lineage like the Ohio Players, Slave,...
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A historic home, a vibrant arts scene, waterfalls ...
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Amtrak’s Chicago-to-NYC Cardinal Line can whisk yo...
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The physicians listed here appeared on the 2017 Ci...
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BY Keith PandolfiILLUSTRATION BY Cam Cottrill
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CANCER CARE IN THE REGION CONTINUES TO EVOLVE AS P...
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Rivals? Sure. But where we have Skyline, they have...
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Cincinnati Magazine
Cincinnati Magazine - the most comprehensive guide to living in & around Greater Cincinnati
Each month we introduce our readers to the region’s most interesting and influential people; guide them to exciting experiences in shopping, dining, living, and culture; and take them behind the headlines to explore important issues. We do all of this with lively writing, sophisticated design, and an informed voice.
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