| Follow Us: Facebook Twitter Pinterest RSS Feed




Features

soapbox-600x400-revel4.jpg

Hannaford's legacy lives on in passionate Cincinnati architectural community

Much of Samuel Hannaford’s architecture was defined by progressive thought and attention to detail. Hannaford died in 1911, but the icon's sustainable designs remain as an inspiration to local professionals like the architects and designers at Drawing Dept.

wurlitzer-organ-and-steinway.jpg

Music Hall's "organic" history: Hook & Hastings and the Mighty Wurlitzer

With the reopening of Music Hall, new tours are planned by SPMH volunteers, including one with an “organic” focus: Showing off the majestic organs that have occupied the space, from the original Hook & Hastings model to the famed Mighty Wurlitzer.

IMG_2006.jpg

Clarinets to cabinets: Old is new again in thriving reuse economy

Whether you're looking for affordable kitchen reno options or creative ways to keep your kids preoccupied over holiday break, Cincinnati’s reuse economy is answering the call. Take a look at these local groups proving that everything old is new again.

green-forever.jpg

SPECIAL REPORT: Taking the 'high road'

Take a look at how leveraging private sector resources for green infrastructure can achieve multiple public goals.

Cincinnati In The News

View All Cincinnati In The News

Growth + Innovation News

Signup for Email Alerts

Twitter Feed

Featured Neighborhood

The team at the Economics Center produced a data analysis of Walnut Hills as part of On the Ground.


Walnut Hills / E. Walnut Hills

Walnut Hills is the first Cincinnati neighborhood to participate in On the Ground, an embedded journalism approach to what's happening in the neighborhood. Stories covered everything from development, arts and culture and education to health and wellness, crime and food insecurity.