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Category : April 2018

April 2018

Dining in the North

There's no shortage of places to find great food in the North. For those who live in the North there is no shortage of dining options. Cities are no longer the only place to find a variety of cuisines—the area north of Ronald Reagan Highway is home to Asian food of all kinds, traditional barbecue, [...]

April 2018

Entertainment in the North

Top 8 Entertainment DestinationsNo matter what time of year it is there are always plenty of entertainment options in the northern suburbs of the Greater Cincinnati region. From the popular Kings Island amusement park to the back-to-nature canoe trips down the Little Miami River the North provides all types of enjoyment,  relaxation and excitement for [...]

April 2018

Explore the North

The North region is a focal point for growth.Just what is the North? It’s the growing area at the focal point of the Cincinnati-Dayton megalopolis, the network of large and small communities evolving into a single urban area between the cities of Cincinnati and Dayton. It’s roughly defined by the editors of Cincy Magazine as [...]

April 2018

A Guiding Hand

The Children’s Home of Cincinnati provides mental-health services to kids What started as an organization focused on saving children from neglect, abuse and poverty has evolved into a group that also provides mental-health services in partnership with neighborhood schools. The Children’s Home of Cincinnati—a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental [...]

April 2018

A Taste of Greece

Zorbas Gyros Greek Restaurant brings authentic Greek flavors to the Tristate Longtime friends and business partners Kosta Papathanasiou and Dean Vasiliou have always dreamed of operating their own Greek restaurant. Learning homemade recipes and cooking techniques from their parents and grandmothers, their goal was to show customers there’s more to Greek food than just gyros. [...]

April 2018

Bringing an Army to Cincy

“Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China” comes to the Cincinnati Art Museum For the first time, Cincinnatians will be able to see an important part of China’s history. The pieces from the “Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China” exhibit will premiere April 20 at the Cincinnati Art Museum. The collection is currently [...]

April 2018

Cincy Home: Updating the Outdoors

Outdoor spaces can be revitalized with help from local companiesTo receive more articles from Cincy Magazine sign-up for a complimentary subscription here: http://bit.ly/1RHuu3g

April 2018

DePaul Cristo Rey’s Secret

The school’s work-study program unlocks college success for low-income students One of Cincinnati’s best-kept secrets in education is bursting at the seams. DePaul Cristo Rey High School, which helps low-income students prepare for and earn college degrees, will break ground this spring on the first phase of a $19.5 million expansion at its Clifton campus. [...]

April 2018

Four Questions with Dion Brown

New president of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Dion Brown, the new president of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center who started on Feb. 26, is no stranger to museums. He got his start at the Exploration Place in Kansas, where he initially began as HR director after spending 21 years in the military. [...]

April 2018

Outstanding Educators: The Tristate’s A+ Professors

This year’s best college and university educators, as nominated by their peers and students, show the breadth of talent at our local institutionsTo receive more articles from Cincy Magazine sign-up for a complimentary subscription here: http://bit.ly/1RHuu3g