Beyond the Beer

Golden sunlight gleams through towering window openings. The rusted iron and broken glass panes have nearly vanished. The space is illuminated with details time almost forgot: soaring concrete ceilings, wood beams, intricate piping, unique symmetry and colorful graffiti tags. For decades, the mostly abandoned Peters Cartridge Company has haunted the Kings Mills valley where Grandin Road meets the Little Miami River. On…

From Puppies to Penguins

There are 85 million pet owners in the United States. That means 68% of people own at least one pet—animals ranging from dogs to fish to everything in between. All of those pets need food, shelter and love. And although it’s true that it may be easier to show love to a dog or cat than to an aquarium full…

A Legacy of Style

Maybe you’ve never been in. Maybe you’ve been a customer for decades. Either way, when you step through the red double doors and into the welcoming showroom of Verbarg’s Furniture and Design, you’ll be treated like family.

Frame of Reference

When Veronique Hammons purchased an existing Harper’s Point frame shop two decades ago, she was new to the area, not to mention the industry. Having recently married Cincinnati-born, bass-baritone Thomas Hammons, the Brussels transplant didn’t have a strong background in fine art before launching her eponymous Gallery Veronique.

Sugar Rush

When Dayton transplant Glenda Jones whipped up a few tasty treats for Taste of Loveland back in 2012, she didn’t anticipate the buzz her decadent desserts would generate, let alone the lovely little bakery that would become a mainstay in the Loveland culinary community.