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Getting in the Groove

Getting in the Groove

The 20th Century Cincinnati returned for its nineteenth year in northern Cincinnati on a brisk weekend of February. Sixty dealers of arts, antiques, furniture and accessories from around the Midwest filled a 20,000-square-feet convention center with classic modernist forms from the century’s signature designers and architects and other lesser-known, more affordable (yet authentic) sources from the period. The annual retrospective of vintage modern design features avant-garde art, architecture, furnishings, decor and fashions that emerged between World War I and the Information Age. Fueled by new technologies, materials and popular culture,

Positive 2015
Bed and breakfasts, broom makers and buggies

Bed and breakfasts, broom makers and buggies

Hidden throughout Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Delaware and New York, miles of tangled back roads lead to the country’s Amish communities. The families who live along these roads are untouched by the technological world that most of us cannot live without.

Positive 2014
Beauty and the Bike

Beauty and the Bike

Bikes are simply a few circles and lines, but we can’t help seeing them as beautiful photographic subjects. With a team of contributors, we’ve put together some of our favorite bicycle images from travels near and far.

Positive 2014
Five Things I Learned from a Pioneering Cancer Geneticist

Five Things I Learned from a Pioneering Cancer Geneticist

Janet Rowley was a brilliant scientist whose work led to life-saving cancer treatments. As her biographer, I learned about her nontraditional approach to research, but she taught me life lessons along the way, too.

Positive 2014
Seeking Spirits at the Warehouse on the Canal

Seeking Spirits at the Warehouse on the Canal

When it comes to the paranormal, there are believers and non-believers. The Warehouse on the Canal, like many other haunted places, has its skeptics. Travel writer Anietra Hamper explores the former mortuary in northern Ohio.

Positive 2014