Onward: two years after the inaugural Women’s March on Washington, people are still protestingRead Article

In 2017, thousands of people met at Washington Square Park for the Women's March. J. Miles Wolf

Julie Bogart’s "The Brave Learner" helps parents rekindle an atmosphere of magic at homeRead Article

Julie Bogart incorporates late educator Charlotte Mason's philosophies into her work. Provided

Preparing citizens for public officeRead Article

Consultants Marion Hodges Biglan and Jovian Zayne start by helping participants articulate their reasons for attending and potential positive outcomes. Provided

Community partnerships usher in new development on the West SideRead Article

Rodger Pille has overseen the Madcap Education Center project from the beginning. Gary Kessler

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Onward: two years after the inaugural Women’s March on Washington, people are still protesting

On January 21, 2017, thousands of men, women, and children descended downtown for Cincinnati’s “Sister March.” Read one writer’s take on the event, then and now.

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Julie Bogart’s "The Brave Learner" helps parents rekindle an atmosphere of magic at home

A local author and homeschooler writes about her personal philosophies and experience as an educator.

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Preparing citizens for public office

The School Board School is designed to help engaged residents become effective School Board members and community advocates. 

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Community partnerships usher in new development on the West Side

After some stalled attempts, Westwood's momentum is high and the neighborhood is making a comeback. 

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The day I left my car at home

One writer's cross-river adventure using both old and new public transportation

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All in the family: two generations of restaurateurs run NKY eateries

The Wainscotts keep business in the family and Southern charm on the table at Greyhound Tavern.

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Civics Essential: the path to citizenship and legal status for immigrants

For those who have fled to Ohio from other countries, becoming an official resident isn't always easy.

Feature StoryMichele Alonzo is both a teacher and director at the school.

Little Italy: local language school connects residents on a cultural level

School Amici provides more than just an Italian-language education: It's a place to meet new friends and attend ethnic events.

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GCF ‘Giving Circle’ supports NKY's new pathways to college, workforce

A Greater Cincinnati Foundation Giving Circle promoted educational access and workforce development across NKY.

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Old-school practices meet modern-day amenities

The Teaching Kitchen at Turner Farm demonstrates the basics of health and wellness.

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Leading by example: companies create a greener city

Cincinnati's sustainability efforts have evolved over the past 10 years.

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