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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.
Many Greater Cincinnati restaurants now offer sidewalk, patio or rooftop dining. These are just a few of our favorites.
It seems like over the past year, more restaurants and local businesses have opened in Cincinnati than in previous years. We’ve rounded up 11 that just celebrated their one-year anniversary, or will before the start of the new year.
Greater Cincinnati will host Oregon-based Deschutes Brewery's 29-foot-long, 3-ton traveling bar, Woody, at several stops Wednesday through Saturday.
Greater Cincinnati’s events calendar still has plenty to offer on the first weekend of October, and it might just start feeling a little like fall.
May is Bike Month, the perfect time to reconsider healthy lifestyles and the use of bicycles as transportation. Here's a quick guide to 21 events throughout the area promoting Bike Month.
Margaret Ranalli, owner of Enoteca Emilia, opened her second restaurant in O’Bryonville, Son of a Preacher Man, on Feb. 7 with a menu of Southern comfort food and a bar featuring bourbon.
Hyde Park Square welcomes a new restaurant later this month: E+O Kitchen, whose name is taken from Chicago-based Chef Rodelio Aglibot’s restaurant Earth and Ocean. Aglibot is designing the menu, which will be Asian-inspired with a Latin flare.
After beginning a cold-pressed juice business out of her kitchen two years ago, Kimmye Bohannon has opened The Weekly Juicery on Hyde Park Square.
This fall, Metro is launching the tri*Metro campaign, which will encourage young professionals to incorporate Metro into their lives. As part of the campaign, Metro is providing entertainment buses on Sept. 13.
After a 15-year career with P&G, Cherylanne Skolnicki became a certified health coach and started teaching people how to eat better. In January 2011, she started Nourish Yourself, a service that will cook dinner for you.
On January 18, the new Breadsmith location in Hyde Park raised $1,600 to benefit ArtWorks. One hundred percent of the funds raised during the sneak preview and open house went to ArtWorks.
Keegan’s Specialty Seafood Market is opening a second location on Hyde Park Square at the end of January. They work directly with fishermen, seafood auction houses and purveyors.
Greiwe Development Group has partnered with North American Properties and Sibcy Cline Realtors for the redevelopment of the intersection of Observatory and Shaw avenues in Hyde Park.
The Community Building Institute recently partnered with Xavier University and the United Way to develop and launch the Neighborhood Asset Mapping tool as a resource for all 52 Cincinnati neighborhoods.