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

The redesigned Cave exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center will open on March 22. Gary Kessler

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

Employees at 84.51 celebrate International Women's Day. Provided

Carabello Coffee: building bridges in the coffee industry here and abroadRead Article

Carabello Coffee in Newport Provided

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

The Dayton Metro Library, Main Branch downtown Provided

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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 Jeopardy and want to test your knowledge about local and national laws, 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 made a major move for work. In the end, they returned to save Gerald's family farm, and they haven't looked back.

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Covington's task: Build a better City Hall

A new task force will take the long view on city services and resident desires as Covington seeks a potential light at the end of the tunnel to the issue of its nomadic City Hall.

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Mom ‘N ‘Em: the Ferrari Brothers open a third place in Cincinnati

After years in San Francisco, Tony and Austin have returned home to continue their family's legacy of community involvement and hard work.

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Better together: Just because your job is remote doesn’t mean you have to be lonely

Sure, you can work at a coffee shop. But why not try a co-working space instead?

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Creating a vision for Norwood, residents find community

After more than a year of community interviews and meetings, the city's Community Agreement was unveiled, with plans to create clean, inviting spaces for residents, visitors, and business owners. 

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Timeless themes emerge from Giorgione’s “La Vecchia”

One painting, now on loan to the Cincinnati Art Museum through May 5, speaks volumes about time, aging, and mortality. 

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Bourbon gets top billing in new NKY 'signature event'

A major new celebration for all of Northern Kentucky debuting in October aspires to be the "SXSW for bourbon."

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