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The second most populous city in Hamilton County, Norwood is surrounded on all sides by the City of Cincinnati and has grown beyond its early industrial roots to become an ideal neighborhood for young professionals to purchase their first homes. Adjacent to neighboring Xavier University in North Avondale and Hyde Park to the east (Rookwood Common's fancy shopping options are actually in the 'Wood'), Norwood's revamped older homes and tree-lined streets are complimented by beloved family owned restaurants like Sorrento's and Quatman's and countless small corner taverns to dive in for a drink.
Rise of the rest: Creativity loves company
Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Startups aren't just for Silicon Valley anymore. As entrepreneurs find expected pleasures—and great quality of life—in cities like Cincinnati, a new kind of energy is building. Read about the rise of our startup sister cities, from Boston to Denver.
Playing to Win: A Night with A.G. Lafley, Feb. 7
Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Join Soapbox and Joseph-Beth Booksellers as we welcome former Procter & Gamble Chairman and CEO, A.G. Lafley, to launch his new book, "Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works," on Thursday, Feb. 7.
By the 'Books'
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
A Books by the Banks veteran shares insider secrets about what to look for at this year's literary festival.
Psst: Cincinnati's greener than you think
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
From a nationally recognized "poop processor" to a net-zero energy corporate headquarters, Cincinnati exemplifies "green" leadership to other cities and states. So why aren't more locals talking about it?
offers four conversation starters.
At Woodstone Creek, urban bourbon's the thing
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Deep in the heart of Evanston, Woodstone Creek, a former factory-turned-winery, houses a meadery and port house. It is also the first licensed microdistillery in Ohio. For master distiller Don Outterson, though, it all comes back to bourbon.
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