On Nov. 2, local documentary filmmaker Andrea Torrice will showcase three of her films at the Mini Microcinema.
Larry Malott is taking art and creativity to the streets with Amazing Urban Adventures. He received a $10,000 People's Liberty grant that funds creative performances to engage the public.
The City of Cincinnati recently received $750,000 in federal Transportation Alternatives grant funding for the construction of Phase 2A of the Wasson Way Trail.
Scientist Aaron Greene plans to bring science to the people with a mobile laboratory. It's Just Science is being made possible through a $10,000 People's Liberty grant.
Hub + Weber Architects recently revealed plans for a new mixed-use development along Ludlow's railroad tracks. Ludlow Yards will feature residential, retail and office space near the city's business district.
Anderson Birkla plans to buy and redevelop the Second National Bank Building, located at 830 Main St. downtown, into 60 apartments.
Jasmine Humphries is spending six weeks working with 20 teenagers from all over the city on a creative placemaking project in Avondale, entitled Who 'They' Is.
On Oct. 22, the first ever Proof Cocktail and Spirits Festival will take place, showcasing 100 local, regional and national spirit makers and bartenders.
POPPED ART mobile gallery is on a mission to “increase community interaction using the power of art within public spaces in a unique and vibrant way.”
On Oct. 26, UC Blue Ash will host Tony Maas, president of JTM Food Group, for its Entrepreneur Speaker Series. The free event will be held from 7 to 8 p.m., with a reception following.
Downtown Cincinnati Inc. and the City of Cincinnati are partnering for Cincy Pop Shop, which will help activate vacant retail spaces in the Central Business District during the holiday season.
When drummer and percussionist Ben Sloan saw a video of a drum set made from paint cans, buckets and other reused and recycled materials, he decided to create his own version.
Local musician Rachelle Caplan is using her People's Liberty grant to bring a music studio on wheels, called Caravan, to events around the city.
Four Cincinnati buildings — the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Building, the First National Bank Building, the Reakirt Building and the former Eastern Hills YMCA — are on the short list to be added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Nate May received a $10,000 People's Liberty grant that allowed him to compose a musical piece entitled State: A Testimony to Urban Appalachia, which debuted in April at The Sanctuary in Lower Price Hill.