Father-son team Jim and Zach Leopold plan to open The Rook board game parlor by May 1 in Over-the-Rhine to help build community through fun shared experiences.
College Hill leaders announced that their newest business district recruit, Brink Brewing, will open in the Fall as the neighborhood's first brewery, melding beer and community into one.
Three buildings at Fourth and Walnut streets downtown could see new life under Texas-based developer NewcrestImage, which plans to create several hotels and office/retail/entertainment space.
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.
Riverside Food Tours will take guests on an edible, drinkable and historical trek through MainStrasse Village in Covington starting April 2, featuring stops at six restaurants.
After two years experimenting with homebrewing, friends Anthony Stoeber and Eric Tanner have developed the Brewers Buddy system to make the brewing process easier.
Owners of the Urban Grill food truck plan to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant in Newtown this year, while French Fry Heaven is moving from Florida to open its flagship location in Cincinnati as well as a food truck.
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.
Source 3 Development has partnered with 224 W Liberty LLC to announce a $25-million mixed-use development at the northwest corner of Liberty and Elm streets in Over-the-Rhine.
Joanna Kirkendall and Daniel Souder, owners of 1215 Wine Bar & Coffee Lab, are looking at a Spring opening for their second Over-the-Rhine restaurant venture, Pleasantry.
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.
The National Endowment for the Arts recently doled out $27.6 million to arts organizations across the country, including $150,000 to five Cincinnati arts organizations.
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.
Corey Bee will open his third Righno men’s lifestyle boutique in March at 1417 Vine St. in Over-the-Rhine, following storefronts in Indianapolis and Columbus and a successful online launch.