Category : December 2018

December 2018

A Colombian Adventure

Zona VIP in Springdale brings authentic Colombian recipes to the TristateJuli Hale People are raving about the fancy hotdogs being served by a small Cincinnati restaurant, but it isn’t the trendy eatery you might think. Dished up with a variety of toppings not found with ballpark dogs, including bacon, chicken, shredded beef, potato chips and [...]

December 2018

Beyond the Page

Murder Is My Business and other books set in the Tristate shed a light on the region’s historyPeter Bronson Murder Is My Business by William Foster Hopkins delves into the details of Hopkins’ career. William Foster Hopkins was ready to give up and say “to hell with it.” He was the best defense criminal lawyer [...]

December 2018

Creating a Holiday Tradition

The Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra partners with local organizations for its annual holiday show, Amahl and the Night VisitorsDavid Lyman The Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra is in a curious position. It’s not one of the biggies, like the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra or the Cincinnati Art Museum. But neither is it one of those tiny storefront operations that [...]

December 2018

Extending its Reach

People Working Cooperatively is opening the Whole Home Innovation Center to help families throughout the Tristate have safer and healthier homesCorinne Minard For 43 years, the nonprofit People Working Cooperatively has worked to keep people safe and healthy in their homes. While much of the nonprofit’s focus has been on low-income, elderly and disabled homeowners, [...]

December 2018

Editor’s View: How to Live Well

What does it mean to live well? Since we rebranded our health content as Live Well Cincy several years ago, I’ve had to answer this question many times. I’ve always said that it means to be healthy in all aspects of your life, from exercise and diet to your state of mind and even financial [...]

December 2018

Home: Saving Money While Staying Warm

Local experts say there are a variety of ways to make your home more energy efficientAmy Thornley As the weather turns colder, Cincinnati-area homeowners may want to take a closer look at their energy efficiency. In most homes the two largest sources of energy are the very things that keep us warm—the HVAC system and [...]