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Past articles by Keith:

Ukrainian Easter eggs, childhood memories and beeswax. 'Goodness will prevail over evil.'

On this dreary day the weekend before Easter, when the attacks in Ukraine show no sign of stopping, maybe these eggs mean something more. → Read More

'We're not making fun of anyone.' Delhi Skirt Game leader defends event, unsure of future

Men in drag, playing softball and raising money for charity. Township officials say it's time for the event to evolve. → Read More

A trauma surgeon speaks: 'Bullets destroy not just what's in its path but everything surrounding it'

Dr. Victor Garcia founded the trauma program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. → Read More

‘We’re not going anywhere.’ Planned Parenthood’s Cincinnati CEO is in the middle of a war. She’s used to it.

Some states have laws to protect abortion rights if Roe v. Wade were to be overturned. Ohio is not one of them. → Read More

‘Like a friend died’: Psychologist who served in Afghanistan reckons with war’s troubling end

The trauma in her life could not be fictionalized, because it would be too unbelievable. And it’s all coming back. For her and her patients. → Read More

Flood risk to Cincinnati's critical infrastructure double national average, new study says

A new study shows the region's hospitals, utilities, police and fire buildings are in more danger of flooding than most of America. → Read More

‘I think I found a way to live.’ How poetry saved a stroke patient’s life

He wanted to die because of all the ways he knew he would never live again. This is how he learned how to live again. → Read More

The gospel according to Ed, the devout Catholic who says you’re worshiping wrong

This isn’t about one man, or one Catholic church. This is about America and how we reconcile our reverence for religion with our desire for progress. → Read More

Letters to my son, a deaf boy who can hear: 'I fell in love last night'

Fatherhood hasn’t changed me. Or maybe I just haven’t realized how yet. → Read More

Brood X: The Indiana Jones of cicadas prepares for their arrival

Cincinnati professor has been called the Indiana Jones of cicadas. But what drives someone to devote their life to an insect most people hate? → Read More

53 years of marriage and 100 foster daughters: ‘We made our home a home for everybody'

The family is remarkable, mostly because they don’t think they did anything special. → Read More

Martha Lunken, our region's first lady of flying, is grounded. 'It's like being disemboweled'

She flew under a bridge. It was a whim, and it was illegal. Now, after a lifetime of flying, Martha Lunken must start all over again. → Read More

The unexpected death of a 23-year-old CCM grad, and a mother left to pick up the pieces

Her family is back in Maryland. But Pam Cohen doesn’t want to leave Cincinnati, because she doesn’t want to say goodbye. Not again. → Read More

‘We don’t exist’: Cincinnati’s Asian Americans face harsh realities of COVID-19 backlash

The America they fantasized about, the one they saw in Hollywood movies, doesn’t exist. → Read More

Work-life balance got weird during the pandemic. How will it affect families in the future?

We can’t say exactly how the last year will change us, except to say it will. Because parenting is change – during a pandemic and otherwise. → Read More

In a time of isolation, a Cincinnati WWII vet found a piece of his past

This isn’t a story about a mandolin. This is a story about the meaning we find in objects, and how they can guide us through even the toughest times. → Read More

Public tears, private struggles: An Ohio police chief’s PTSD

A police chief near Cincinnati has post-traumatic stress disorder, and he wants you to know it. He wants you to know it’s OK to not be OK. → Read More

Sad, sadder and saddest: 6 years after newborn's death, parents turn tragedy into healing

Their daughter never cried, and she only lived for 36 hours. This is how two first-time parents turned tragedy into healing. For them, and for others. → Read More

‘Congratulations, you are dad.’ He grew up in foster care. Then, he adopted 5 kids to keep a family together

As a kid, he was taken away from his mom and siblings. As an adult, he adopted five kids separated from their own birth family – and each other. → Read More

‘Hanukkah is a holiday of courage’: A Jewish art project in a divided America

It began as a way to show support for Black people. To stand against injustice. It ended up reinforcing what it’s like to be a minority in America. → Read More