“High Style” Comes to the Cincinnati Art Museum

Check it out! High Style: Twentieth Century Masterworks from the Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection is now at the Cincinnati Art Museum. This landmark exhibition of garments and accessories from the Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art features the most influential European and American designers of the 20th century. This exhibit is a DO. NOT. MISS.  I can’t wait to go myself. Basically, if you love gorgeous dresses and artistic construction, this exhibit is for you! High Style traces the…

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Don’t Miss The Art of The Brick

Yesterday, while working for the AM show on Fox19, I got a fantastic look at something that I feel is a Do. Not. Miss during the next few months for our city. The Art of the Brick exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center gave us a VIP look at the 100 or so pieces that will be on display for the next 7 months. I had expectations going in, and I thought I would be impressed, but this exhibit did more…

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The One Thing I Wish #Cincinnati Had

We first found it in 2006, in Reno, Nevada, right smack in the middle of town. My husband and I traveled there as part of a conference (he wasn’t my husband then), and when we found it, we made sure we went back two times in 3 days.We found it again in 2009 in Los Angeles, and just recently this summer in Charlotte, NC. What am I talking about? A dessert bar. It’s a tempting concept, and once you’ve gone to…

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Because the Night

It’s well known that I’ve been a runner for years. I’m not fast, but I love the exercise and the runner’s high that I get from completing a race. For me, there’s nothing like it. But the standard 5K can get a little… boring from time to time. You can only run 3.1 miles so many times before you feel like one 5K  starts to look exactly like the another. And that’s why I loved the race I ran this…

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A Very GILDED Party

Nestled in between all of the All-Star fun in Cincinnati last weekend, I had a chance to try something I’ve wanted to explore  for a while, a party by GILD Collective. This Cincinnati startup focuses on curated craft parties around town. Hostesses choose between a few projects, then invite guests over for a night of home crafting. Usually a little wine, appetizers, and some fun are thrown in to round out the night. Remember the jewelry lady birthday parties in the…

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Bringing the All-Star Baseball Home

Throughout the last few months, the official baseball for the All-Star Game has visited places all over the region surrounding Cincinnati. Baseball Across the Region (BATR), has done an amazing job of this–allowing people across three states the chance to see the ball before the game. Tuesday morning, as the city counted down the hours to the first pitch, the ball made a final trip across Roebling Bridge from Covington into Cincinnati. It didn’t happen without quite a bit a…

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The Most Epic Weekend in the ‘Nati—Ever

Everybody knows I love a good party.   It’s in my DNA. I live for them. My favorite indulgences in life include cocktail dresses, curated DJ remixes, photo books, swag, flashing lights, and all that glitters. That’s just me. So, I’ve had couple of good days in the last week or so. In case you don’t know, Cincinnati is hosting the 2015 All-Star Game. Everybody who is anybody with the MLB is in town, and they’ve brought along a host…

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The Cool List — July 7, 2015

Just wanted to pass a few things your way, some things I’ve stumbled on that you might like, too. Here’s a roundup of what’s on my radar right now. Cold pressed juice—The science behind this juice phenomenon varies, and there’s a lot of debate about actual results, but I’m already in. I love the fresh taste of these juices, especially the ones served at Off the Vine in OTR. Just try them. Trust me. You’ll crave them afterward. Kit and…

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Get Framed for the All-Star Game

There are a lot of things happening in Cincinnati during the next few weeks. The All-Star Game is almost here, and the city is getting prettier by the day. Even if you don’t have ticket to the annual Midsummer Classic, you can still make awesome memories. I know one big way to do it. Frame yourself. For the last year, I’ve been a part of the Community Organizing Committee, a dedicated group of volunteers working to make sure the 85th…

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