The Museum Center brings ancient Egypt alive againRead Article

“Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs” will open at the CMC on February 15. Gary Kessler

Born in Cincinnati, raised in AmericaRead Article

Cincinnati natives Tim'm West (seated) and Derrick Bell Provided

New leader at Northlich: “Advertising no longer resembles advertising”Read Article

Pat Pujolas, Northlich's new executive creative director Provided

Northern Kentucky natives create a nation of ElksRead Article

St. James AME Church on Lynn Street in Covington, KY, where B.F. Howard was a member Kareem A. Simpson

New 'Edition': A Q&A with new WVXU host Michael MonksRead Article

Michael Monks, WVXU's "Cincinnati Edition" newest host.Michael Monks, WVXU's "Cincinnati Edition" newest host. Joe Simon


Feature StoryAncient Egyptian artifacts will be on display at the 15,000-square-foot exhibit.

The Museum Center brings ancient Egypt alive again

"Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs" makes its debut in the United States. 

Feature StoryWest spoke at Revel OTR During the Feb. 7 "Let's Have a Conversation" event.

Born in Cincinnati, raised in America

After moving away at the age of 4 and traveling the country as an adult, Tim’m West, senior managing director of LGBTQ community initiative at Teach For America, returns home.

Feature StoryPat Pujolas brings years of creative experience to Northlich.

New leader at Northlich: “Advertising no longer resembles advertising”

Pat Pujolas talks about his experience, his Ohio roots, and a constantly evolving industry.

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Northern Kentucky natives create a nation of Elks

In the late 1800s, two men from Kentucky united to form the first fraternal organization for African-Americans.

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New 'Edition': A Q&A with new WVXU host Michael Monks

Change is in the air: WVXU's "Cincinnati Edition" gets a new host — River City News founder Michael Monks. Hear how he's preparing for his new platform.

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The National drummer loops back to local roots

After years in New York City, Bryan Devendorf came home to raise kids and make music. 

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Fresh, seasonal ingredients turn simple dishes into complex pop-up meals

When Chrissy Antenucci opened her Oakley restaurant, she never imagined that The Wheel would, indeed, keep turning and never slow down.

Feature StoryNKU's new Health Innovation Center.

New grant promises healthier future for innovations

Major new funding was awarded to Northern Kentucky for health innovation from the Department of Commerce. What will it mean in the long run?

Feature StoryKaitlin and Maura began dating four years ago.

Civics Essential: How the 14th Amendment — and love — won gay couples the right to marry in America

Although marriage equality is the law of the land, there's still a long way to go since the groundbreaking Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges.

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The trust economy strives to bring loyalty and repeat customers to businesses

Pete Blackshaw and Cintrifuse, want to make Cincinnati the No. 1 tech startup hub in the Midwest.

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Onward: two years after the inaugural Women’s March on Washington, people are still protesting

On January 21, 2017, thousands of men, women, and children descended downtown for Cincinnati’s “Sister March.” Read one writer’s take on the event, then and now.

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