In December, Brian and Gina Barrera launched Foodie Cincy, a deck of 52 cards that feature local and independent restaurants from Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
This season, the Cincinnati Saints’ soccer team will play their home games at Stargel Stadium at Taft High School. The first men’s home game is tonight, and the women’s first home game is June 7.
Happy Belly on Vine, a new health food café, will soon open in Over-the-Rhine. It’s owned by Abby Reckman and her sister-in-law, Molly Reckman.
On May 20, a ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held for the Elm Street Senior Housing project in Over-the-Rhine. The 15-unit building is the neighborhood’s first and only affordable senior housing project.
Today, Metro issued a request for proposals for the streetcar’s branding. Proposals are due May 23 at 4 p.m.
The City of Cincinnati launched a new website, Roadmapcincy.com, to help drivers navigate the construction downtown.
Two new businesses, Eli’s Barbeque and Maverick Chocolate, will soon be opening on Elder Street at Findlay Market.
Every two years, the state of Ohio issues bonds for its capital budget in order to support the renovations and updates of local buildings, schools, roads, sewers, prisons and parks.
A series of workshops on homeownership in Over-the-Rhine will take place this spring. The series aims to bring together relevant resources and expertise to better educate potential homebuyers.
Hen of the Woods’ owners Nick and Kim Marckwald started out doing underground dining experiences with family and friends in 2012. By this time next year, they'll open a physical restaurant in OTR.
After living in New York City for 11 years, Libby Andress came to Cincinnati and decided it was time to open her own boutique.
There will soon be a new brewery on the scene in Over-the-Rhine. Kevin Moreland, former head brewer at Listermann/Triple Digit Brewing Company, is opening Taft’s Ale House in OTR.
In June, the city approved plans to develop a brewery district in Over-the-Rhine. Part of that district includes the expansion of the Sam Adams brewery.
Daniel and Lana Wright, owners of Senate and Abigail Street, are looking to open their third restaurant, Pontiac Bourbon and BBQ, this summer.
In May, brand design firm Go Dutch will move from Covington to its new home across the river. Its new location will be in the Emanuel Center Building in OTR.