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Outdoor bar and beer garden to be first along Central Parkway bike lane

Queen City Radio, an outdoor bar and beer garden, will open this summer in the former automotive service and repair shop at Central Parkway and West 12th Street.

Listermann partnering with Renegade Street Eats for permanent cafe within brewery

Renegade Street Eats, a local food truck, plans to open a brick-and-mortar cafe this summer in the newly renovated Listermann Brewing facility across from Xavier University.

Panino food truck owner opening restaurant in OTR

Nino Loreto, who has been serving charcuterie and artisanal sandwiches from a food truck since 2013, plans to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant on Vine Street in OTR. 

Covington event to give the public a look into "maker" culture May 21

The Center for Great Neighborhoods is hosting a "meet the makers" event in Covington's Orchard Park May 21, which is also serving as a book launch party for Westside Makers.

Entrepreneur plans to open deli/retail storefront in Walnut Hills

Gary Leybman's love for smoking meat and pickling vegetables grew into The Pickled Pig, which will open a deli/retail location in Walnut Hills within the year.

Kirby School Apartments to host open house for former students & teachers, prospective tenants

Bloomfield/Schon+Partners is redeveloping Northside's 100-year-old Kirby Road School into 40 apartments and will host a public open house June 1.

Former veterinarian switches careers to open online bakery

Ryan Carneson, a former veterinarian, switched careers to dive into pastry baking, and he and his wife now operate the online Indulgence by Ryan bakery with hopes of opening a brick-and-mortar location eventually.

Five Points Alley mural pays homage to Walnut Hills

Five Points Alley has undergone a major facelift over the past year and is now houses a number of different Walnut Hills events; new murals from BLDG and ArtWorks will be added this spring and summer.

ReNewport calls for mini grant applications

As part of the ReNewport Quality of Life Plan, the city is accepting applications for mini project grants that will help improve six key community categories.

Good Food Fund gives grants to six local food-related projects

The Greater Cincinnati Regional Food Policy Council recently awarded six local food-related projects a total of $39,500 through its Good Food Fund.

Cincinnati Public Schools announcement puts Vision 2020 plans into motion

Seven Cincinnati Public Schools are getting updated curriculum in time for next school year, the first changes in the district's five-year Vision 2020 plan.

Howl at the Moon returns to town to fill another empty space at The Banks

Howl at the Moon, which opened its debut location in Cincinnati in 1990, will collaborate with Splitsville Luxury Lanes to open a dueling piano bar/bowling alley at The Banks this summer.

Entrepreneurs utilize Findlay Market to develop sandwich shop concept

Josh Dickerson and Tyler Retyi-Gazda share a dream to open a restaurant, so they're serving po' boys on weekends at Findlay Market to help perfect their concept.

Civic Garden Center celebrates 74 years, builds community through gardening

The Civic Garden Center continues to build community through gardening, education and environmental stewardship, operating school garden programs at 90 different schools, churches and community organizations.

Neighborhood eateries are jumping on the outdoor dining bandwagon

Many Greater Cincinnati restaurants now offer sidewalk, patio or rooftop dining. These are just a few of our favorites.
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