Although Linda Love is a fashion artist known all over the world, her gifts and love for her craft are noticeable here in her home town. Her dream was to open a sewing school here in Cincin- nati to teach and spread her exuberance for clothing.
Linda Love’s mother, Minnie Loopes Jones, was a highly respected seamstress who taught Linda how to sew when…Continue
Tripp has an uncanny memory. When he was 5 or 6 years old, his parents hired someone to fix their hardwood floors. A year later they wanted to get some additional work done and were not able to remember the repairman’s name. Tripp overheard the conversation and commented, “That is Mr. Quizenberry, the wood guy.”
Tripp moved to Cincinnati from Blacksburg, West Virginia, with his mother so that they could be closer to his sister and her family. He didn’t know anyone but his…Continue
Westwood Works is an evolving discussion rather than a movement. It started as a gathering of citizens in Westwood who wanted to focus on what is right about their community and build on the assets of the largest neighborhood in the city.
They began by supporting a local artist who was applying to have a mural painted in the neighborhood and needed support. This group of committed folks stepped in and endorsed the application and now a beautiful mural exists on Harrison…Continue
When engaging in conversation with White Oak resident Matthew Mason, no matter how brief, one will eventually learn about the importance of music in his life. Expect to be asked about your own tastes and affections, too.
Matthew will be upfront about the sustenance he receives from this art form, and he will no doubt guide you into the genre of European heavy metal music his favorite style. When a bad day or feeling arises, Matt relies on his familiar two supports: “My best…Continue