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Category : June 2019

June 2019

4 Questions with Doug Bolton

CEO of Cincinnati CaresCorinne Minard Doug Bolton knows Cincinnati. As the previous publisher of the Business Courier and market leader for Cushman & Wakefield, Bolton has spent much of his career gaining a deep knowledge of the Tristate. Now, he’s using that knowledge to help Cincinnati’s nonprofits as the new CEO of Cincinnati Cares. “While [...]

June 2019

Cincinnati Proud

Cincinnati State has been able to make an impact thanks to its relationships forged throughout the regionDr. Monica Posey People often ask me what I am most proud of when it comes to Cincinnati State. I am most proud of the collaborative spirit that has been achieved across the college among our wonderful faculty, staff [...]

June 2019

Confronting Racism and Slavery

Historians are using public institutions to better analyze the past and todayDan Hurley Racism is America’s original sin. It made hypocrites of the founders who proclaimed, “all men are created equal” while enslaving men and women themselves. It infected the U.S. Constitution by counting any enslaved man or woman as only three fifths of a [...]

June 2019

A Piece of Shakespeare in Indiana

Richmond, Indiana, has created its own Shakespeare festival to celebrate theater and the Bard’s work David Lyman Lorijo Metz was skeptical when she moved to Richmond, Indiana, from Chicago in 2013. It’s not that she thought Chicago was the center of the universe. But she and her husband liked good restaurants. And good theater. And [...]

June 2019

Editor’s View: Best of the Best

Corinne Minard We do love to be the best here in the Tristate. We are forever arguing about which ice cream is better, the best high school, the best side of town and countless other things. Someone has to be the best and we love nothing better than when it’s us. I think that’s why [...]

June 2019

Alive with the Glow of Summertime

Coney Island celebrates the 20th Balloon Glow, first responders and moreKevin Michell For many eastern Cincinnatians, summertime is synonymous with Coney Island. Home to the Sunlite Pool, its surrounding waterslides and rides, and annual traditions like Summerfair, Coney is a seasonal gathering point that sees nearly half a million people visit it each year. The [...]

June 2019

We Are Not ‘Full’ in Greater Cincinnati

Don Mooney Dear President Trump: You recently told a cheering audience in Las Vegas that we could take no more Central American immigrants because “we’re full.” Do you really think we’re full? Take a drive, as my wife and I did recently, over the mountains of northern New Mexico and Southwest Colorado, over the prairies [...]

June 2019

Locally Sourced, Socially Focused

Social OTR is helping build Cincinnati’s culinary talent pool and the community surrounding itKevin Michell Social OTR, run by the Corporation for Findlay Market (CFFM) in partnership with CityLink Center, is a nonprofit restaurant and bar connecting the area’s underemployed with local job opportunities in the food and beverage industry. But it’s not a simple [...]

June 2019

Will Nicholas Sandmann be Clark Kent’s Kryptonite?

Peter Bronson The greatest superhero in the universe is: A.) Superman; B.) Clark Kent; or C.) a 16-year-old student at Covington Catholic? The answer, for now, is B.—the mild-mannered reporter, Clark Kent. Superman is allergic to kryptonite, but reporters are invulnerable. The Supreme Court’s Times vs. Sullivan decision of 1964 is an invisible force field [...]

June 2019

New Orleans Meets Cincy

Swampwater Grill in Mt. Lookout is serving up classic Cajun flavorsWill Jones Located at 3742 Kellogg Ave. in Mt Lookout, Swampwater Grill is cooking up authentic Cajun food you won’t find anywhere else in the city. When asked why he decided to start the restaurant, Cincinnati native and Swampwater Grill Operating Partner Chris Ornella says, [...]