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

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

The Dayton Metro Library, Main Branch downtown Provided

Best of both worlds: After cultivating their careers in NYC, Gerald and Susan Parker came homeRead Article

Gerald Parker, a singer and guitarist with Haymarket Riot, and his wife Susan at their New Richmond farm. Gary Kessler

Covington's task: Build a better City HallRead Article

A task force in Covington meets to determine what kind of city hall will work in their town. Joe Simon

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

Austin, Theresa, and Tony Ferrari will open their coffee shop, Mom 'N 'Em, in Camp Washington. Gary Kessler

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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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The Museum Center brings ancient Egypt alive again

"Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs" makes its debut in the United States. 

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Born in Cincinnati, raised in America

After moving away at the age of 4 and traveling the country as an adult, Tim’m West, senior managing director of LGBTQ community initiative at Teach For America, returns home.

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