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Mac n' cheese food truck makes its rounds about town

Jarod Maier, the former owner of J. Gumbo’s in Fairfield, decided to close his brick-and-mortar restaurant and launch a food truck.

Price Hill Will: Opening paths to homeownership

Price Hill Will now has a homesteading program that helps working families on their path to homeownership. Prior to establishing the program, the nonprofit had rehabbed 61 homes.

The Center provides grants to seven more Covington creatives

The Center for Great Neighborhoods just doled out $30,000 in its fourth round of Creative Community Grants to seven Covington artists and creatives.

Five Cincinnati projects receive over $9 million in state historic tax credits

The Ohio Development Services Agency recently awarded $27.8 million in state historic tax credits. Five projects in Cincinnati received a total of just over $9.3 million in this round of funding.

Newly opened Maplewood Kitchen and Bar offers a taste of California

The newest concept from the Thunderdome Restaurant Group, Maplewood Kitchen and Bar, opened downtown June 20 as a "California upscale cafe" with a focus on fresh and healthy fare.

Plans announced for The Skeleton Root, the second winery coming to Over-the-Rhine

The Skeleton Root is the second new winery (along with Revel OTR) that's coming to Over-the-Rhine. It will be just east of Rhinegeist Brewery at 38 W. McMicken Ave.

Micro-granting organization provides dinner and instant funds to projects

Cincinnati SOUP, a new micro-granting organization, is helping fund ideas locally. But it’s not just a pitch night — it’s a community dinner where attendees provide a small donation, and then get to vote on who receives the grant.

Local winemakers take their hobby to the next level with OTR winery and wine bar

Anthony and Jodie Maieron, friends John and Amy Coleman and vintner Alex Sena are establishing Revel OTR winery and wine bar on 12th Street between Walnut and Jackson, hoping to be open by early September.

Annual Northside Music Fest adds hip-hop to lineup

Northside Music Fest is Cincinnati's longest running, independently-run free music event, and the ninth annual version brings 16 bands to three stages at Northside Tavern June 24-25.

Newport meatball restaurant adds food truck to feed Cincinnati foodies

Packhouse Meats, the meatball-centric Northern Kentucky restaurant with a no-tipping policy, launched a food truck on June 13 to serve at local food events and corporate lunches.

What's on Tap: When the next round of craft breweries will open their doors

Wondering when that new brewery will be opening? We've got updates on those breweries that are closing in on the pouring of their first pint.

Tiger Dumpling relocates to The Banks, continuing parade of new tenants

Tiger Dumpling closed its original location in Clifton Heights several weeks ago and plans to open downtown in the fall next to Tervis at The Banks Phase I.

myNKY nano grants to fund creative placemaking projects in Northern Kentucky

A partnership between the Center for Great Neighborhoods and Skyward will soon yield nano grants for creative placemaking projects in three Northern Kentucky locations.

Riverfront bike center offers tours, rentals and other services

The Cincinnati Bike Center currently has about 30 commuters who utilize its services on a daily basis while offering bike repairs, tours and rentals to the public.

Artichoke cookware store hosting series of cooking classes, demos

Artichoke, which opened earlier this spring near Findlay Market, will host its first in a series of cooking classes to be taught by Chef Anthony Jordan of Invito Personal Chef on June 25.
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