In this episode of our “Inside the Writer’s Head” podcast, Dani McClain speaks with local journalist Nick Swartsell. They discuss the impact of the pandemic on Cincinnati, media in the time of COVID-19, the upcoming election, and more.
This Memorial Day weekend, as we honor the fallen throughout history, take a moment to reflect with some of the local veterans who are a part of the Library's Veterans History Project.
In anticipation of the first step to reopening in-person Library services, we’re taking a look back at all the ways our community has stayed connected with the Library when we couldn’t be together in person.
'Warlock Vorobok Reads' is a new podcast aiming to capture that thrilling atmosphere of campfire stories for the digital age. Read on to learn more and listen to the first episode.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned in the past two months, it’s that coronavirus is no match for the passion of the Library community. A few short weeks after t
As COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to keep us at home, the hustle-and-bustle of our ever-chaotic world has ground to a halt, leaving behind added time and sile
Written by Rita Heikenfeld, local culinary educator, herbalist, and journalist Have you ever grown a sweet potato vine or avocado pit in water? If so, then you can consider yourself a hydroponic gardener! When we were young, my mom would take a sweet potato past its prime and use toothpicks to suspend it in a…
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County and Public Allies Cincinnati have teamed up to present the Cincy LGBTQ+ At Home Film Festival. Beginning at
I am a Korean adoptee (KAD) who was adopted by an American family during the mid-1970s. My adoption was a part of the second wave of Korean adoptees that came i