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Category : June 2018

June 2018

“It had to be divine intervention.”

While some of his colleagues have called him a hero, Rep. Brad Wenstrup sees the circumstances around the June 14 shooting a bit differently Peter Bronson Brad Wenstrup still wonders what made him change his mind that day a year ago. He was carrying his glove to the outfield during baseball practice when he turned [...]

June 2018

2018 MANNY Awards

Honoring the best in Tristate manufacturingMike BoyerTo receive more articles from Cincy Magazine sign-up for a complimentary subscription here: http://bit.ly/1RHuu3g

June 2018

2018 Rating the Burbs

The 12th annual list of the Tristate's top suburban communitiesBy Bill Ferguson Jr.To receive more articles from Cincy Magazine sign-up for a complimentary subscription here: http://bit.ly/1RHuu3g

June 2018

By the Numbers

I Scream, You ScreamYes, with warm weather comes an abundance of options for ice cream, gelato and frozen yogurt, as many neighborhood stands open their windows after a winter of hibernation. Cincinnati has a great tradition of families who have become famous makers of various concoctions of styles and flavors sold across the country. The [...]

June 2018

Cooking Up a Revolution

Revolution Rotisserie expands to a second location in Pleasant RidgeBy Will JonesWhat began as Nicholas Pesola’s idea of adding a twist to the traditional gyro has now turned into two brick and mortar restaurants called Revolution Rotisserie and Bar, with the latest opening in Pleasant Ridge. “In hindsight I didn’t have the culinary experience to [...]

June 2018

Remembering Boss Cox

As Cincinnati questions the city manager system, maybe it should remember why the position was createdBy Don MooneyThe dust is settling at Cincinnati City Hall following the epic John “The Mayor” Cranley vs. Harry “The Manager” Black showdown. Their WWE-worthy rumble had roots in the summer of 2016, when the mayor undercut the manager’s authority [...]

June 2018

Family Fun in the Hoosier State

Indiana is packed with attractions to keep every member of the family entertainedCorinne MinardTo receive more articles from Cincy Magazine sign-up for a complimentary subscription here: http://bit.ly/1RHuu3g

June 2018

The West End at a Critical Moment

Much of the Tristate may be excited for a new stadium, but there’s a reason the West Side remains waryBy Dan HurleyThe debate over the location of a new stadium for FC Cincinnati elicited push back from residents of both Oakley and the West End. For Oakley residents the concern was primarily about potential disruptions [...]

June 2018

Hitting the Road to Retirement

Seniors find new vehicles to enjoy their golden yearsMike BoyerHitting the open road for travel and adventure is part of the American dream. And a growing number of older Americans are RV’ing their way through their retirement years. The most recent research for the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association found about 8.9 million U.S. households own [...]

June 2018

Inside Cincy

Local organizations sponsor car shows that benefit nonprofitsBy Erin GardnerCincinnati Concours d’Elegance June 10, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Concours d’Elegance is a renowned car show that features classic cars and motorcycles. Cars are stationed throughout Ault Park and a pavilion will be hosting a car art show, brunch and a craft beer garden. The event benefits [...]