Cincinnati Shakespeare Company hosts the week-long Project 38 festival April 14-18 to showcase 43 different Shakespeare-based pieces produced in collaboration with area schools.
Westwood Works and Westwood Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation plan to revitalize a vacant lot along Harrison Avenue with pop-up businesses every weekend June 18 through Sept. 11.
Community Development Corporations Association of Greater Cincinnati hosts the first State of Community Development conference March 17 to provide networking opportunities and resources for community developers.
Music Hall begins an extensive $135-million renovation this year in order to preserve the historic building, officially closing on June 1 and, if all goes according to plan, reopening in Fall 2017.
The Center for Great Neighborhoods recently announced its third round of Creative Community Grant recipients, a total of $30,000 awarded to seven projects in Covington geared toward inclusion.
After two years experimenting with homebrewing, friends Anthony Stoeber and Eric Tanner have developed the Brewers Buddy system to make the brewing process easier.
Five ideas from local businesses and design teams were chosen last week for Curb’d, the activation project turning ordinary parking spaces in Covington into parklets, or miniature parks, this spring.
Rachel DesRochers, founder of the Northern Kentucky Incubator Kitchen, is helping further her goal of helping local food entrepreneurs by opening a second, smaller incubator, The Hatchery.
Local creative types will gather at Rhinegeist Jan. 14 for PechaKucha Night, which started in Tokyo in 2003 as an event where young designers meet to network and show their work to the public.
To help streamline the building permit process, the City of Cincinnati moved its Permit Center to 805 Central Ave., across the street from City Hall.
Roselawn has wrapped up the Neighborhood Enhancement Program collaboration among city departments, neighborhood residents and community organizations. Now it's up to residents to take advantage of new opportunities.
The holidays are upon us, and in typical Cincinnati fashion there are scores of events happening around town. Check out this roundup of our favorites!
Noble Denim founders Abby and Chris Sutton are opening an Over-the-Rhine storefront for their organic cotton clothing, including the new Victor Athletics brand, on Nov. 21, followed by a Black Friday launch for Brush Factory's new furniture line.
The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company will construct a new theater/rehearsal/office complex at the site of the former Drop Inn Center at 12th and Elm Streets in Over-the-Rhine, with plans to open before the start of its 2017-18 season.
ArtWorks is hosting a fundraiser Nov. 20 for the Ink Your Love campaign, the year-long celebration of why Cincinnatians love Cincinnati.