Timmy Broderick

Cincinnati Magazine

September 2018

"How Price Hill is Updating Its Image While Keeping Its Community Spirit"

A peek into one Cincinnati neighborhood's homegrown redevelopment and why — amid shifting demographics, persistent crime, and rising eviction rates — people still care about the place so fiercely.

Belt Magazine

Feb 20, 2018

"In Southwest Ohio, the opioid crisis has driven a record number of children into state custody" 

Using the lens of childhood trauma, I try to answer two questions: how is the opioid epidemic impacting kids in Greater Cincinnati and how will it affect their — and the region's — future? (Photos are mine, as well.)


Oct 2, 2018

Aftab Pureval Needs Warren County to Win Ohio’s 1st Congressional District. How’s He Doing?

I drove up I-71 to talk to voters in ruby-red Warren County to see whether Ohio Democratic wunderkind Aftab Pureval actually has a chance to unseat Republican Steve Chabot — who’s been in office for over two decades — in the OH-1 Congressional District.

Cincinnati Business Courier

Nov 7, 2017

What voters said as they elected Cincinnati’s mayor

I visited voting precincts to gauge how Cincinnatians were feeling about their city and about the two mayoral candidates.

Washington Monthly

Mar 22, 2017

How Cities Can Protect Immigrants in the Age of Trump

As President Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric ramped up, some cities were turning to municipal ID cards to try and thwart his threats of increased deportations and surveillance. I profiled the people and groups behind Cincinnati’s card, and dug into why making it privately-backed rather than municipally-backed could prove to be a model for other cities.