Amy Brownlee


Lifelong Cincinnati resident Amy E. Brownlee spent her childhood exploring local history at the city’s museums, parks, and libraries, and then the first ten years of her career as a staff editor at Cincinnati Magazine. She uncovered hundreds of timely stories for longform feature articles, neighborhood profiles, and restaurant reviews, and her byline is a deep bench of Cincinnati faces and places. A licensed high school English teacher, she has earned degrees in English Literature from Miami University and University of Cincinnati.


Welcome back to campus, Bearcats. There is plenty to do this week, so whether it’s attending some Bearcats Welcome events around campus or heading into the city, celebrate the first week back with something fun.

American Sign Museum, Lost Treasures of Cincinnati | 7 p.m. In-person and virtual. 1330 Monmouth Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45225. 513-541-6366. DETAILS: Authored by lifelong Cincinnatian Amy E. Brownlee, this collection of archival photographs, artifacts and anecdotes captures the stories and

Lost Treasures of Cincinnati covers everything from train stations to film stars Cincinnati's past has extraordinary stories to tell, but many of the things that made us who we are today are lost forever—favorite places like Crosley Field and the