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Category : June 2017

June 2017

A Galaxy Not-So-Far Away

Star Wars and the Power of Costume” makes a stop at the Cincinnati Museum Center. By Belinda Cai A galaxy far, far away isn’t going to be so far away any longer; it’s coming to Cincinnati and bringing all of its sci-fi, futuristic magic with it. “This is kid-in-a-candy-store territory,” says Cincinnati Museum Center’s Cody [...]

June 2017

Alex T. & the GOP

Five ways the Republican Party lost the county as Trump won the rest of Ohio.By Peter Bronson At 1 a.m. on Feb. 1, 1998, Cincinnati City Council was filibustering deep into the night, mired in a mud hole of blabber, unable to meet a midnight deadline for a new stadium to keep the Bengals. So [...]

June 2017

A Taste of Comfort

J Austin’s Riverbank Cafe in Hamilton serves up southern comfort with classic dishes.By Julia Rivera Ken and Gloria Riley first opened the doors of J. Austin’s Riverbank Cafe three years ago and the couple plans to keep them open for many years to come. The restaurant, named after the Rileys’ son James Austin, is located [...]

June 2017

By the Numbers

The winter of 2016-17’s snowfall data show the winter was just as mild as you thought.Research by Bill Ferguson Jr. With the start of summer upon us, the winter of 2016-17 is becoming a distant memory. But Greater Cincinnatians will remember it as a time when they left their shovels and snowblowers in their garages. [...]

June 2017

Cincy Home

New flooring, entertainment system or patio can make all the difference.Corinne Minard

June 2017

From Hops to Hay Rides

Attorney Chris Habel leads an effort to preserve Milford’s Valley View. Mike Boyer On Easter Sunday in 2002 while visiting his in-laws in Milford, Chris Habel saw an announcement about the city’s plans for a controversial piece of river bottomland. Habel, an attorney with Frost Brown Todd and today member-in-charge of its Cincinnati office, didn’t know [...]

June 2017

More than a Retirement Community

Cedar Village is taking additional steps to care for its residents and the retired community at large.By Laura A. Hobson “Hamish” is a word that describes Cedar Village, a retirement community in Mason, says Daniel Fagin, president and CEO. “It is a Yiddish word that means cozy, warm and comfortable,“ says Fagin. In 1883 Glen [...]

June 2017

One-Stop Shop

The Urology Group offers everything patients need for urologic care under one roof.By Liz Engel The Urology Group has a motto: “Better. Faster. Cheaper.” It’s a trifecta that’s held strong over two decades, as The Urology Group turned 20 in 2016. And its status as an independent? That’s also become quite the adage. There’s no [...]