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Cincinnati Boychoir Prepares for South Africa

Cincinnati Boychoir is shaping young lives and expanding horizons is the goal of a new “Cultural Curriculum”  

Feature StoryYulia Bui

Flowers in the City: OTR's Gia and the Blooms

An Over-the-Rhine floral shop talks selling botanicals in a concrete jungle and connecting with their diverse range of customers.

Feature StoryLas Alfombras creative placemaking in Price Hill.

Santa Maria and Price Hill Will work together to serve the community

Santa Maria and Price Hill Will are equal partners in building strong families, supporting residents’ health, and encouraging investment and redevelopment in the neighborhood.

Feature StoryBlack Summer Festivals

Cincinnati's Top African American Summer Festivals

Many summer festival’s roots are deeply embedded in African American cultural history as a way of letting off steam and inverting the traditional social structure; solidifying the notion that bonding with family, friends and community is integral to a healthy society. 

Feature StoryJames Brown got his start at King Records; his iconic image from those days was memorialized last year on an ArtWorks mural in OTR

10 Year Anniversary Series: King Records

In the mid 1950s, Cincinnati recording studio King Records was a hit powerhouse, featuring R&B artists like James Brown. Today, a devoted group of nonprofits, organizers, and policy makers are working to promote and preserve the historic studio.

Feature StoryCovered Bridge Antique Mall is a destination and a shopping adventure, but old-timers here still call it Holzhausers Department Store, and local legend says the building started as a log cabin.

My Soapbox: Mt. Healthy, Cincinnati's Hidden Gem

Rich in history, Mt. Healthy prides itself on a green and healthy lifestyle while offering plenty of interesting surprises to explore.

Feature StorySweet Petit

Coming Clean: 5 Questions with Sweet Petit Desserts

Taren Kinebrew started baking around the age of five with her grandmother, and later a friend told her she should start selling her desserts for a living — a notion that was, at the time, the furthest thing from her mind. It wasn’t until much later in life she began imagining baking as a career.

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Cincy’s Got Tech Talent: Per Scholas tech training nonprofit changes the face of the IT industry

Per Scholas utilizes its a-typical training platform of small, diverse classes to make information technology more accessible to non-traditional students and now it’s, literally, changing the face of IT.

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What makes Cincinnati great? The talented people. How do we attract more? Keep moving ahead and inspire others to join us. The many entrepreneurs and strong talent from all walks of life have made Cincinnati a champion for decades. That same can-do spirit exists today stronger than ever. Each week ...

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At the center of change in Cincinnati sits Over-the-Rhine. As more and more residents and visitors rediscover the charms of OTR, most are delighted to find a neighborhood rich in art, history and community. Architectural treasures like Music Hall and Memorial Hall sit side by side with new resources ...