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Blue Ash to get area's newest brewery this fall

Queen City Brewery of Cincinnati is set to become the area's newest brewery by this fall, opening in a 3,200 sf space in Blue Ash.

16 area projects receive total of $11 million in Ohio historic tax credits

Sixteen Cincinnati projects were awarded a total of $11 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits, announced late last month.

Summit Park in Blue Ash gets more restaurants, including OTR favorite Senate

Phase I of Summit Park in Blue Ash is currently open to the public, and Brown Dog Cafe moves to the park this spring while OTR favorite Senate opens a second location there in the summer.

Neighborhood Enhancement Program targets Roselawn blight, improves community engagement

Roselawn has wrapped up the Neighborhood Enhancement Program collaboration among city departments, neighborhood residents and community organizations. Now it's up to residents to take advantage of new opportunities.

New deli in Pleasant Ridge will bring the retro vibe, starting with Dec. 20 preview event

Grand Central Delicatessen will open in February 2016 in Pleasant Ridge next door to the Overlook Lodge, offering an Art Deco vibe and piled high sandwiches you tend to find only in NYC.

These 11 Cincinnati/NKY businesses are celebrating their first year of operation

It seems like over the past year, more restaurants and local businesses have opened in Cincinnati than in previous years. We’ve rounded up 11 that just celebrated their one-year anniversary, or will before the start of the new year.

Holiday events for beer drinkers, outdoors types and kids at heart

The holidays are upon us, and in typical Cincinnati fashion there are scores of events happening around town. Check out this roundup of our favorites!

Northside's Urban Artifact brewery now has food options

Urban Artifact in Northside began offering two food options for its patrons last week: Nepalese-themed Bridges sets up in the taproom on Wednesdays and Thursdays, and Bistro de Mohr food truck is in the parking lot on weekends.

Innovative chef Ryan Santos finds spot for a brick-and-mortar restaurant

Chef Ryan Santos has finally settled on a spot at the corner of 14th and Clay streets in Over-the-Rhine for a brick-and-mortar restaurant version of his Please pop-up dinners.

New contemporary art gallery opens in Over-the-Rhine

Art enthusiast Rachael Moore has opened Cincinnati Art Underground at 1415 Main St. in Over-the-Rhine. The gallery’s debut show opened Nov. 13.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company sets the stage for new OTR theater

The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company will construct a new theater/rehearsal/office complex at the site of the former Drop Inn Center at 12th and Elm Streets in Over-the-Rhine, with plans to open before the start of its 2017-18 season.

Oakley Cycles moving to Mariemont, rebranding as Fifty West Cycling Company

Oakley Cycles will move to Mariemont Crossing in January to connect with the Little Miami Scenic Trail as part of Fifty West Brewing's expansion plans.

ArtWorks hosts Ink Your Love fundraiser to close year-long celebration

ArtWorks is hosting a fundraiser Nov. 20 for the Ink Your Love campaign, the year-long celebration of why Cincinnatians love Cincinnati.

Duke Energy Holiday Trains return to Cincinnati for 70th year

Now in its 70th year, the Holiday Junction exhibit featuring the Duke Energy Holiday Trains just opened at the Cincinnati Museum Center with working model trains on display, including a rare Carlisle & Finch set from 1904.

Fountain Square ice rink opens early with new events and features

The U.S. Bank Ice Rink at Fountain Square opened 21 days earlier than last year, featuring more skates and concessions, new warming tent and new events for the holidays.
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