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Paddlefest offers a number of changes for 15th annual splash in August

Greater Cincinnati’s annual Paddlefest event is undergoing a number of changes in 2016, including a new date, a different route, route guides and a new sponsor.

Renovations to Music Hall are finally becoming a reality

Music Hall begins an extensive $135-million renovation this year in order to preserve the historic building, officially closing on June 1 and, if all goes according to plan, reopening in Fall 2017.

Enright Ecovillage building an urban homesteading store and community gathering space in Price Hill

Price Hill cornerstone Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage will gain even more visibility this summer when it opens a general store and pub at West Eighth Street and Enright Avenue.

NKU plans to open its free community garden in April

Northern Kentucky University recently received a $700 Color in our Community grant from the Campbell County Cooperative Extension Service to help fund an on-campus community garden.

Second phase of Pike Star renovations underway in Covington

A groundbreaking ceremony was held last week for Phase II of the Pike Star building at 114 W. Pike St. in Covington, which will yield street-level office space for Bad Girl Ventures and four apartments.

Vacant retail spaces at The Banks filling up with new tenants

The Banks is filling spaces left vacant by Johnny Rockets and Wine Guy with a new 4EG bar concept, a national burger restaurant and an insulated drinkware retail store.

Tap & Screw Brewery opening second location in Oakley

Tap & Screw Brewery is expanding to a second brewpub location in Oakley after debuting in Westwood a little over a year ago.

Renovated high-rise in Walnut Hills offers lots of amenities and proximity to downtown

Walnut Hills has seen a recent uptick in rejuvenation, with the need for residential units increasing dramatically. Recent renovations to The Edgecliff Private Residences make it ideal for young professionals and empty-nesters alike.

CVG collecting stories to remember Terminals 1 and 2 before demolition

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is asking the community to share stories and photos from memories of Terminals 1 and 2, which will be demolished this year.

Northside restaurant staple getting new life, keeping the chili

Park Chili will celebrate its 100th anniversary in Northside on March 22, which will also be the restaurant's last day under original ownership. It was recently bought and will be renamed The Park.

Third Cincinnati streetcar arrives, joins others in testing next week

Cincinnati welcomed its third streetcar vehicle Feb. 11, and the car will now join the first two in the testing process to prepare them for passenger travel in September.

Fresh Table owners opening urban grocery store at Market Square development

The owners of Fresh Table at Findlay Market are planning to open an urban grocery store across from the market at Model Group's Market Square development.

Twentysomething developer investing in quality Cincinnati housing stock

Ben Fry purchased his first house seven years ago, when he was studying real estate at UC. Now 27, he's flipped a total of 15 houses to add quality housing stock in Cincinnati.

Board game parlor hopes to build community via shared experiences in OTR

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.

Brink Brewing to add its own story to College Hill neighborhood redevelopment

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.
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