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Behind the curtain, 'invisible' Music Hall upgrades make a noticeable difference

Post-renovation reviews thus far have focused on highly visible changes to iconic Music Hall. This week, four Cincinnati arts leaders discuss "invisible systems" and behind-the-scenes changes that will do as much (or more) to positively impact production and patron experience.

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'No movement too small' is the primary focus for IDEALAB 2017

Leaders from three Midwest organizations will showcase their “movements” at the second annual IDEALAB on Dec. 4. This year’s event will focus on movements — big or small — that serve as springboards for significant, widespread, positive change. 

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From King Records to Shake-It, meet the pros promoting Cincy's musical heritage

Cincinnati has contributed much to modern rock 'n roll as the world knows it, and beloved institutions like Herzog Studios and King Records are in the midst of a revival. Meanwhile, Shake-It Records and a bevy of offbeat venues underpin a current scene that rocks like only the Midwest can.

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Video: Building a better Covington, but first, coffee

Soapbox caps off its 12-story embedded journalism project, On the Ground: Covington, with a community engagement event and screening of a new original short film called "Covington On the Rise."

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Soapbox original film captures the challenges and victories of Covington, a city on the rise

Soapbox closes out its 12-week embedded On the Ground series with a look at the victories, remaining challenges and hopes of some of Covington's most passionate advocates.

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Oakley

Sometimes overshadowed by its trendy neighbor, Hyde Park, Oakley's eclectic residents know they've got a great thing going in a neighborhood that definitely holds its own. Oakley's Madison Road main drag features a wide variety of shops and restaurants anchored by the recently revamped Oakley Square. Don't miss Dewey's Pizza, Oakley Cycles, King Arthur's Court toy store and the Blue Manatee Bookstore, which features one of the best collections of children's literature in the city. You'll know you're in Oakley when you see the marquee for the 77 year old 20th Century Theatre, which hosts live music and special events. And just across the street is the home of Cincinnati's 'other' old school ice cream dynasty: Alglamesis Brothers Ice Cream Parlor and Candy Shoppe, which has been around since 1913.