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Category : December 2019

0December 2019

6 Questions with Christy Samad of 3CDC

Senior VP of event management discusses newly rebranded Winter Market at Fountain Square and more Eric Spangler Looking for the perfect gift this holiday season? Look no further than downtown Cincinnati and Fountain Square, specifically. That’s because the Cincinnati Center City Development Corp., better known as 3CDC, has organized a Winter Market at Fountain Square [...]

0December 2019

A Museum for Everyone

Ohio is home to almost every type of museum, from art and history to today’s veteransCorinne Minard No matter your interest, Ohio has a museum for that. From art to science to history, Ohio has museums covering almost any topic. While the state is filled with quality institutions, we’ve profiled three very different museums to [...]

0December 2019

Blue Skies Ahead

Xavier men’s basketball coach Travis Steele provides insights into the highly anticipated season aheadKevin Michell Travis Steele enters his second year as the head coach of Xavier University’s men’s basketball program with heightened expectations. The Musketeers showed up in the Associated Press preseason rankings as the 19th-best team in the country, raising Xavier fans’ hopes [...]

0December 2019

Can Cincinnati Become a Hockey Town?

Cyclones’ head coach Matt Thomas is looking to do just that by creating a winning teamDavid Lyman “Stay focused,” reads the sign hanging above the entrance to the Cincinnati Cyclones’ dressing room. “Stay Positive,” reads the next. Pretty standard locker room messaging. But what is happening beyond that locker room is anything but standard. Out [...]

0December 2019

From Floor to Wall

The latest trend in flooring isn’t flooring at allLiz Engel For 50 years, McSwain has been a go-to outfit in the Tristate for flooring and carpet needs. But one of the trendiest products it carries these days isn’t really even flooring at all. Three-dimensional wood wall panels, made from real wood and laid out in [...]

0December 2019

Giving Back to the City

The employees of Gensuite’s Cincinnati headquarters foster the next generation of leaders in environmental science and technologyKevin Michell Mason’s Gensuite has grown into a powerhouse company by providing a software platform that helps companies all around the globe maintain environmental, health and safety (EHS) compliance. But Gensuite’s incredible growth hasn’t precluded the company from fruitful [...]

0December 2019

NKY’s Treasure Shop

Florence Antique Mall offers unique antiques, collectibles and more for those looking for a one-of-a-kind giftEric Spangler Mike and Coleen Detzel have turned a dream of owning a small antique shop into a big reality—50,000 square feet to be exact. The Detzels opened the Florence Antique Mall 21 years ago after Coleen, who loves antiques [...]

0December 2019

Off the Beaten Vineyard

Revel OTR offers an unpretentious and enjoyable wine-drinking experienceJessica Baltzersen Revel; a verb, defined “to take great pleasure or delight in; riotous merry making.” Those who travel to Over-the-Rhine quickly realize the word “revel” and “wine” are synonymous, particularly at the three-year-old Revel OTR, a place to kick back with friends and sip specialty wine [...]

0December 2019

One Gift at a Time

Ten Thousand Villages looks to change the world with its handmade, fair trade productsCorinne Minard What if we could change the world one gift at a time? It may sound unlikely, but that’s exactly what Ten Thousand Villages, a nonprofit fair trade organization that operates stores throughout the country (including three in the Greater Cincinnati [...]

0December 2019

Riverview vs. Ovation

An indoor/outdoor concert hall is at the center of the Tristate’s newest dramaDon Mooney Confused by the kerfuffle over whether a new music venue will come to Cincinnati’s riverfront? Join the crowd. In true Cincinnati tradition, what seemed to be a no-brainer has turned into a community cleaving political brawl, rivaling past controversies like the [...]