Identical twins follow different paths that both lead back to CincinnatiRead Article

Mark (L) and Matt on their daily commute in 2017 from the penthouse to the Christopher Marcus salon at the Madison. Connie Springer

Event focus: Philanthropy through the eyes of the next generationRead Article

The art installation at Children, Inc. Joe Simon

Cincinnati’s next IDEALAB: How to remake the urban manufacturing economyRead Article

The Idea Foundry in the Franklinton neighborhood of Columbus Provided

Brainstorming the promise of the “trust economy”Read Article

The lobby of Union Hall, where Cintrifuse is located. Soapbox Staff

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Identical twins follow different paths that both lead back to Cincinnati

Despite living in multiple cities through a variety of careers, Matt and Mark Neff are drawn to their original hometown.

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Event focus: Philanthropy through the eyes of the next generation

In the next 10 years, billions of dollars will be passed down to the next generation of Northern Kentuckians. An event on May 6 seeks to explore how some of that money can tie into the interests of young philanthropists.

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Cincinnati’s next IDEALAB: How to remake the urban manufacturing economy

On May 9, thought leaders and entrepreneurs will meet at Xavier's Center for Innovation to share ideas about improving urban communities. 

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Brainstorming the promise of the “trust economy”

A day-long conference inspired new ideas about reigniting faith and loyalty among consumers.

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Government checks and balances: How the border wall pushes the limits

Our Founding Fathers designed "separation of powers" as a way to keep any single branch — executive, legislative, or judicial — from gaining too much power.

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A day to nourish mind, body, and soul

The Episcopal Retirement Services, which operates local senior living communities also hosts an annual conference on health and faith.

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One of the Cincinnati Museum Center's most beloved exhibits is back

The Cave is back with updated features, a new interpretive center, and displays of cave-dwelling creatures.

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March is Women's History Month, but one local company celebrates its female employees all year long

At 84.51 — the longitude of their Cincinnati headquarters — diversity and inclusion shape the corporate environment. 

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Carabello Coffee: building bridges in the coffee industry here and abroad

Justin and Emily Carabello are committed to giving back to the communities that produce their beans. 

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Civics Essential Game Hour: libraries host fun, fact-filled evenings with trivia and prizes

If you love trivia and Jeopardy, test your knowledge about local and national law. Join your neighbors at a participating library for an hour of friendly competition. 

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Best of both worlds: After cultivating their careers in NYC, Gerald and Susan Parker came home

The tri-state natives bonded over their love of music, married, and moved for work. In the end, they returned to save Gerald's family farm, and they haven't looked back.

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Environment + SustainabilityRead More

From hybrid buses to designing buildings with geothermal heating, sustainable design and construction is a growing practice in Cincinnati, as architecture firms such as McGill Smith and Punshon and developers such as Miller-Valentine promote the concept to reduce the depletion of natural resources, ...

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Mt. HealthyRead More

Although not one of Cincinnati's 52 neighborhoods, Mt. Healthy is experiencing the same type of renaissance as much of Greater Cincinnati. It's home to The Main Theater, which is being redeveloped by the City of Mt. Healthy and the Mt. Healthy Renaissance Project.