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Charles Behlow Professional Photography offers professional photography, video, and digital services for any occasion. To produce the photo-to-print miracle, a client sends in or uploads a picture, at which point a trained and certifiably tortured artist digitally modifies the image, renders it on fine-art-quality paper, and accents it with watercolors and oil paints according to the client's requests. The treatment adds an emotive touch to familiar people and places, making it an ideal way to preserve glowing memories and add realistic moustaches to your relatives. The studio can work from prints, digital photos, negatives, or slides, and the finished 11"x14" print is placed in a 16"x20” matte.

1310 Pendleton St
Cincinnati,
OH
US

At You Do Yoga, students of all levels execute elasticizing endeavors under green plants, colorful artwork, and the guidance of skilled instructors who preside over more than 10 classes. Shimmy into Core Yoga's uptempo ab-sculpting spree on Wednesday evenings, or twist away Friday mornings during Early Bird Vinyasa, which focuses on yogic philosophies about change. Each class lasts 60–90 minutes and includes mats, standard equipment, and bottomless karma.

1319 Main St
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Park + Vine's whole-home approach to green living has attracted media attention and a devoted fan base in its three years of eco-friendly business. The products run the entire gamut of green needs, allowing shoppers to minimize their resource consumption in every nook and cranny of life, from transportation accoutrements to food containment and baby human coverings. Clean up your act with Eco Nuts organic laundry detergent ($12) or beat it into submission with a Whistle Creek walking stick ($16). After asserting your dominance, show your support for the greening of the neighborhood with a Park + Vine windmill tee ($20) and an issue of Being Green in Cincinnati ($5). Keep an eye out for recent additions to the store’s expanding selections, such as its foodstuffs and fine beverages.

1202 Main St
Cincinnati,
OH
US

With 10 grandkids in her rolodex, Gramma Debbie is well-versed in cooking homestyle food to please the whole family. She sets up shop in Findlay Market, where she turns out housemade favorites such as meatloaf, which can be heated up and served at home, and stuffed peppers and asiago chicken burgers, which only need to be cooked before serving. Hot sides, such as macaroni and cheese and braised kale, are also at the ready, as are precooked meatballs made from pork, beef, or ground chicken and basmati rice, which Cincinnati Magazine declared "...unexpected, but seriously savory..." Cold items are also available, such as baked potato salad and cole slaw made with Gramma Debbie's slaw dressing.

1801 Race St.
Cincinnati,
OH
US

When Jason Reser isn't pouring his energy into competitive mountain-bike racing and trail improvement, he's tending to his business?Reser Bicycle Outfitters, which was named one of America's best bike shops for 2013 by the National Bicycle Dealer Association. At two stores, one of which earned a Best Bike Shop recognition from Northern Kentucky Magazine in 2012, he leads a team of competitive cyclists, technicians, and fitting specialists certified by the Serotta International Cycling Institute. At the Over-the-Rhine location, staffers match customers to city-friendly bikes and accessories; at the Newport, Kentucky store, they instead oversee a stock specializing in sports-focused bikes. Their inventory encompasses brands such as BMC, Civia, Orbea, and Ridley. The technicians service all makes and models in onsite repair shops, treating bicycles with everything from basic tune-ups to major overhauls to unproductive psychotherapy sessions. They also measure customers and frames at more than 30 points and swap out parts to complete custom fittings.

1419 Vine St.
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Taste of Belgium follows an authentic family recipe to make its waffles out of thick dough and coarse Belgian beet sugar. A specialized cast-iron press then crushes the dough into its distinctive waffle shape and caramelizes the sugar in the process. This gives the waffle a rich vanilla flavor and a delightful sweetness that doesn't require syrup. As such, you can eat waffles on the go without plates, forks, or Catholic guilt.

1801 Race St
Cincinnati,
OH
US