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People's Liberty, Brick Gardens

People's Liberty grantee Domonique Peebles is tackling food deserts in an innovative way with his project, Brick Gardens, which uses vertical farming to grow food year-round.

Newly renovated Memorial Hall now open to the public

The yearlong, $11 million renovation of Memorial Hall in Over-the-Rhine is now complete. The building opened to the public on Nov. 25 for its first art installation, Brickmas.

Cohousing coming to Over-the-Rhine with Kunsthous

Next summer, a new kind of apartment community will make its debut in Over-the-Rhine called Kunsthous.

Local filmmaker screens films in OTR on sprawl, spatial segregation

On Nov. 2, local documentary filmmaker Andrea Torrice will showcase three of her films at the Mini Microcinema.

People's Liberty grantee takes his mobile science lab to streets

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.

People's Liberty project grantee: Nate May

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.

People's Liberty project grantee, Access Cincinnati

Longtime friends Kathleen Cail and Nestor Melnyk are in the midst of designing and launching Access Cincinnati, which focuses on Cincinnati's accessibility. Thanks to a grant from People's Liberty, they will launch their idea in early 2017.

Cincinnati native helping to start church for everyone in Over-the-Rhine

A new church in Over-the-Rhine will hold its first official service at 11 a.m. on Oct. 2 at the Woodward Theater. But Sanctuary’s founders want Cincinnati to know that it’s not your normal church.

Cincinnati Design Week welcomes creatives to the heart of the design world

Cincinnati Design Week officially kicks off on Sept. 28, but there are a number of preview events happening to lead up to the big event: a keynote speech from Coca-Cola's Alex Center.

Breweries and game libraries encourage Cincinnati to get its game on

Arcades aren't the only place to play games in Greater Cincinnati, as brewpubs have started adding giant Jenga and ping pong tables to their taprooms and two new places offer board games on their menu.

Former musician opening cafe and cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine

Former musician Mike Stankovich is bringing a bit of Europe to Over-the-Rhine with Peacemaker, a low-key café and cocktail bar.

Specialty cheese shop The Rhined to open near Findlay Market

This fall, a new specialty cheese shop will join the bustling activity near Findlay Market. The Rhined will offer gourmet cheeses, plus everything else you'll need to make a great cheese plate.

NOFA program allows developers to complete rehabs in eight neighborhoods

Ten residential development projects will receive a total of about $4.4 million in city funds through the Notice of Funding Availability program.

Seven finalists announced for Impact 100 grant

Seven area organizations were recently named finalists for the Impact 100 grant. Grant recipients will be named Sept. 13 at Impact 100’s Annual Awards Celebration.

Update: Status of food trucks to restaurants

Local food truck owners are in the process of opening brick-and-mortar restaurants in Newtown, Northside, Over-the-Rhine and Pleasant Ridge.
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