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Is FC Cincinnati About to Be a Knockout Team?

An FC Cincinnati victory against the New York Red Bulls would seal advancement into the 16-team knockout round in the MLS Is Back tournament.

Teak OTR Opens, Marks the Rebirth of a Former Mt. Adams Staple

Owner Chanaka De Lanerolle promises affordable, high-quality dishes and a well-oiled dining environment at Teak’s new OTR location.

Revolution Rotisserie’s New Dessert Pop-Up Is Already a Crowd Favorite

The Pleasant Ridge chicken joint’s weekend morning dessert pop-up called Milkman serves housemade doughnuts and milkshakes.

Summer Fitness Classes You Need to Try

Aren't ready to return to the gym just yet? Local fitness studios are providing creative ways to teach classes in a socially distanced manner.

Losanti Brings a New Flavor to the Crown Republic Family

The boutique steakhouse from Chef-Owner Anthony Sitek delivers a solid dining experience with a few well-placed surprises.

Cindependent’s “Reels on Wheels” Is a Pandemic-Friendly Cinematic Escape

If the audience can’t come to the movies, Allyson West of Cindependent Film Festival hooks up the trailer and brings the movies to the audience.

The Cincinnati Music Festival Goes Virtual

This week’s virtual shows hope to replace some of the energy music fans find each summer at the Cincinnati Music Festival at Paul Brown Stadium.

Harry Spindler’s Journey from Wild Drummer to Wild Kingdom

Cincinnati’s first jazz bandleader, Harry Spindler, eventually became the city’s go-to expert on collecting and selling exotic animals.

Five Tips for Moms Feeling Overwhelmed by Parenting During COVID-19

Mama Bear Domain blogger and “mom life coach” Kelly Hater shares tips for moms feeling overwhelmed by this year’s unique set of parenting challenges brought on by COVID-19.

Baseball Came to Cincinnati Even Earlier Than We Thought

Baseball’s Cincinnati origin story has a new pre–Civil War date, a new east side birthplace, and a new connection to the famous 1869 Red Stockings.

Jose Salazar on Working Through the Uncertainty and Getting Back to Business

The chef and owner of Goose + Elder, Mita’s, and Salazar says, "Restaurant people are fighters by nature, and we don’t easily succumb."

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