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Feature StoryArthur's

Cincinnati's Best Neighborhood Restaurants: Family, Community, and Good Food Served Daily

A look at three of Cincinnati's most beloved neighborhood eateries and what has kept the doors open and the tables full for multiple generations.

Feature StoryCincinnati Public Library interior

10 Year Anniversary Series: What's New at the Main Library

Cincinnati may be the 65th largest city in the US, but did you know that it boasts the second busiest library in the country, preceded only by New York City? “That’s because we’re always looking at ways of being on the front edge,” says Paula Brehm-Heeger, Chief Strategy and Technology Officer at  the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

Feature StoryStrategies to End Homelessness

Cincy organizations partner to help the homeless

Since 2007, Strategies to End Homelessness has led a coordinated community effort with the goal of ending homelessness in Greater Cincinnati, envisioning a community in which everyone has a stable home and the resources needed to maintain it.

Feature StoryEden Park solar

Updates to the Green Cincinnati Plan Seek Out Inclusive Input from Residents

The third update to the Green Cincinnati Plan, first initiated in 2008, pairs field experts with Cincinnatians to formulate a strategy based on sustainability, resilience, and equity.

Feature StoryOTR green

10 Year Anniversary Series: How Green Spaces Drive Transformation in Over-the-Rhine

In 2008, Soapbox reported on how a neglected pocket park in Over-the-Rhine was transformed by a community coalition. As part of Soapbox’s Ten Year Anniversary Series, we take a look back at Northern Row Park and how community gathering spaces in OTR have evolved over the past ten years.

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In Photos: People's Liberty 2017 Haile Fellows pass the torch to usher in 2018 recipients

Appreciative guests came together on March 6 to celebrate Passing the Torch to new 2018 Haile Fellows at People's Liberty on Elm Street across from Findlay Market.

Feature StoryParamount Square

Local communities concerned with the link between development and displacement

Communities all around Cincinnati are considering how development can cause displacement and how to minimize the effect and keep communities intact.

Feature StoryRauh House, Woodlawn

The 10 Most Interesting Houses in Cincinnati

Cincinnati’s rich and varied architecture often compels the use of superlatives, not unjustly as the city is home to 28 historic districts, icons like Music Hall and Union Terminal, and modern works by some of the most famous architects in the world (including Zaha Hadid and Frank Gehry).

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Home to world-class symphony, opera and ballet companies and art museums that blend the historic (Taft, Cincinnati Museum) with contemporary exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Center and our independent galleries in OTR and Brighton, the Queen City knows its art. For stage buffs, two-time Tony ...

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The Genius of Water at Fountain Square is once again the place to be in Cincinnati. Surrounded by a host of new restaurants and bars, the Square is alive with programming, including music during the summer and ice skating in the winter, and features the largest living room 'television' in ...