What's better than the sweet and salty ballpark treat? A Cincinnati twist you can make in your own kitchen.
At the helm of his namesake eatery Jimmy G's, Gibson entered his profession for the love of food and found a foodie following in the Tri-State.
In this week's "wine me, dine me pick of the week:" Julie Niesen Gosdin bellies up to the bar and digs into "eminently munchable" hominy.
The Queen City is about to be delivered an award-winning slice of pizza.
Sample Samsa , taste Tabaka , and then kick up your heels on the dance floor at this eatery on Fields Ertel Road.
Dance Cincinnati is a vital outlet for local choreographers who have few other high-profile outlets to showcase their work.
The final week of Lent finds our #FFFCincy diners back on the west side, in search of the famed Little Flower Church fish sandwich on North College Hill Bakery salted rye bread.
The progress of mankind and the dangers of technological innovation are themes often explored by writers and mediums of all types—be it George Orwell's "1984"or the science fiction movie "I, Robot." But the School of Creative and Preforming Arts returned to the roots of the genre with a dark and thrilling production of "R.U.R." ("Rossum's Universal Robots"), which takes on the struggle to balance desire for improvement with the morality of humans.
Progress leads everyone and everything forward, right? But what about when plans stray from the path and robots start to act on their own free will? The School for Creative and Performing Arts’ Drama Ensemble’s rendition of the 1920s sci-fi play, “R.U.R.” (“Rossum’s Universal Robots”) answers this question.
Selected excerpts from Cappies critic reviews of SCPA's performance of 'R.U.R.'
Almost without fail, any time out-of-towners are asked which food they think of when Cincinnati is mentioned, the answer is the city’s unique chili.
Black-n-Bluegrass Roller Girls hit the floor for their seventh season opener Saturday. But this roller girl isn't who you might expect.
Children’s portrait photography doesn’t get the same respect as fine art photography or photojournalism. Yet, as Kacy Cierley knows, parents place a premium on a photographer's ability to capture a child's spirit and document his or her development.
Sometimes things are misunderstood, some things are really misunderstood and then there’s the people of “Quality Street,” who can’t seem to go a day without forming misconceptions. But if there had been less pandemonium on stage, the audience wouldn’t have been on the edge of their seats at Scott High School.
In a digital forward nation, concentration on manners and chivalrous acts has already met its demise decades ago. However, this past weekend, Scott High School brought back the reigning era of etiquette in their performance of “Quality Street.”
The power of fate was witnessed in Scott High School’s hilarious and charming production of “Quality Street.” With beautiful ball gowns, vibrant facial expressions and nicely executed accents the show was not one to miss.
Excerpted Cappie reviews of Scott High School's 'Quality Street'
Working in "the Ridge," owner Woody Dorsey says he and his staff share "a passion for music bordering on a sickness."
You might have heard of them: POP GOES THE EVIL and David Lessing of Blessid Union of Souls. They're using Kickstarter.com raise money for new albums.
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