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Cincinnati Food + Wine Classic relocates, adds more foodie events to lineup

During the last weekend in September, the Cincinnati Food + Wine Classic will bring highlights from the Midwest culinary scene to Yeatman's Cove.

John R. Green Lofts to add to growing number of residential units in Covington

The John R. Green building, located at 411 W. Sixth St. in downtown Covington, and surrounding lots will soon be redeveloped into 182 apartments.

AFC architecture tours app launches along with streetcar opening

The Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati released an app today that allows users to take their own self-guided tours of some of the city’s most architecturally significant buildings.

Community ReSoup to fuel community conversations and ideas

On Sept. 25, the Center for Great Neighborhoods, Cov10, LiveWell NKY and the Northern Kentucky Incubator Kitchen will host A Community ReSoup, an event to foster ideas and growth in Covington.

Sushi burrito restaurant looking to open second location near UC

On June 8, Roll On In opened its first location in Lebanon, and the sushi burrito restaurant is already looking to open its second location near the University of Cincinnati.
 

Vintage VW bus helps create photo memories for Cincinnatians

Lyndsey and Aaron James and Lyndsey's sister, Heather Pinto, own and operate The Photo Bus Cincy. The photo booth is run out of a vintage VW bus, which brings a unique aspect to events around the city.

Northside House Tour celebrates neighborhood architecture

The Northside House Tour has been held 16 times since 1990, and this year's event on Sept. 25 will feature 12 homes from a variety of historic periods.

New Riff expansion to serve as catalyst for development in West Newport

Two years after opening, New Riff Distilling is planning a $7.5 million expansion along the newly widened Kentucky Route 9.

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.

Owners of The Littlefield opening second concept in Northside

The Littlefield team is bringing another concept to Northside in September called Second Place, a neighborhood bar to showcase local sporting events.

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.

Construction underway at Brink Brewing, opening planned for November

If you’ve driven past 5905 Hamilton Ave. in College Hill over the past few weeks, you’ve seen construction begin at Brink Brewing, which plans to open in November.

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.
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