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New Riff to host festival celebrating Kentucky beer and spirits

The first Holler Festival will be held Nov. 7 to feature craft breweries and distilleries that call the state of Kentucky home, hosted by Ei8ht Ball Brewing and New Riff Distillery.

DesignBuildCincy event expands, makes improvements for second year

The second annual DesignBuildCincy has made some changes to add to the event's overall experience, starting with expanding from two to three days.

20 years ago, the Aronoff Center helped launch downtown's revitalization

This month marks the 20th anniversary of the Aronoff Center for the Arts helping turn around the area north of Fountain Square now known as the Backstage District.

Parklets coming to Covington's downtown and MainStrasse

A new People's Liberty project called Curb'd will set up shop in Covington's central business district and MainStrasse next spring to turn ordinary parking spaces into miniature parks, or parklets.

Jazz, BBQ and a little running too in Madisonville

Madisonville hosts the second annual Cincinnati Jazz & BBQ Festival Sept. 12, including a neighborhood 5K as well.

Over-the-Rhine continues to boom with new businesses

A number of new businesses have opened recently in Over-the-Rhine, especially in the Findlay Market area; here are updates on four stores.

Center for Great Neighborhoods awards grants to eight creative Covington projects

The Center for Great Neighborhoods recently awarded $38,000 in Creative Community Grants to eight Covington projects that commemorate the city's bicentennial and/or create arts opportunities.

Cincinnati's local food movement spurred by Partners for Places grant

The City of Cincinnati recently received a $105,000 Partners for Places grant, matched by Interact for Health and the Haile Foundation, to help strengthen the area's local food ecosystem.

Cincinnati State adds craft beer classes to help grow local job market

Starting this fall, Cincinnati State will offer two classes designed to train students to enter the city's growing craft beer industry.

Second annual Quest for the Queen provides participants a day of adventure

Quest for the Queen returns for a second year to lead participants on an “Amazing Race” of sorts through Cincinnati neighborhoods without cars or smartphones.

With building purchased, what's next for Clifton Market?

The Clifton Market co-op recently purchased the old IGA building on Ludlow Avenue and now plans to increase membership and fundraising so the new market can open by year-end.

Brewery culture continues to grow, this time in Walnut Hills

Cincinnati is getting another craft beer brewery, as Chris Mitchell, formerly of Listermann Brewing, will open The Woodburn Brewery later this summer in Walnut Hills.

Summit Park in Blue Ash to get tristate's first bike park

Blue Ash's Summit Park could soon get a $1 million bike park that includes a cyclocross training area, skills station and pavilion for spectators.

Deeper Roots movement expands to include coffee shop in Oakley

After running a roasterie in Mt. Healthy to supply coffee to local restaurants and cafés, the Deeper Roots Coffee team opened its own coffee shop April 1 in Oakley. Their work blossomed from a development project in Guatemala that works to improve the communities of small coffee farmers.

Circus Mojo bringing another brewery to Northern Kentucky

Paul Miller, owner of Circus Mojo in Ludlow, Ky., hopes to continue driving economic development there with his newest concept, Bircus Brewing Co., combining the circus with a brewery.
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