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Price Hill Will introduces film festival to start conversations on social justice

The inaugural Warsaw Ave. Film Festival Nov. 21 will feature a selection of documentaries on social justice as well as films made in or about Price Hill.

New Cincinnati development company planning townhouses in OTR

New Cincinnati development company Karvoto is planning to renovate four existing buildings and construct five new townhouses in the heart of Over-the-Rhine.

Columbia-Tusculum residents investing in the neighborhood with new brewery

Garrett Hickey has been homebrewing with his dad, Brian, for a number of years. By next fall, the Hickeys will be bringing a new craft brewery, Streetside Brewery, to Columbia-Tusculum.

New Riff to host festival celebrating Kentucky beer and spirits

The first Holler Festival will be held Nov. 7 to feature craft breweries and distilleries that call the state of Kentucky home, hosted by Ei8ht Ball Brewing and New Riff Distillery.

National sustainability team researching LEED-ND possibilities in Northside

Northside is one of six neighborhoods across the country that received a grant from the U.S. EPA's Building Blocks for Sustainable Communities Program.

Former Annabel's space in Mt. Lookout Square getting new life as El Camino

Brad Johnson and Sean Morgan, both formerly of BrewRiver Gastro Pub, are planning to open Cuban and Puerto Rican street food restaurant El Camino in Mt. Lookout Square.

DesignBuildCincy event expands, makes improvements for second year

The second annual DesignBuildCincy has made some changes to add to the event's overall experience, starting with expanding from two to three days.

Local entrepreneurs partner to open Chocolate Bee storefront in Northside

Shalini Latour of Chocolats Latour and Samantha Gordon of Bee Haven Honey are partnering to open a retail space and commercial kitchen on Hamilton Avenue in Northside.

Oregon brewery brings mobile beer bar to Cincinnati

Greater Cincinnati will host Oregon-based Deschutes Brewery's 29-foot-long, 3-ton traveling bar, Woody, at several stops Wednesday through Saturday.

Two new projects bringing apartments & retail space to Walnut Hills and downtown

Redevelopment of two historic buildings will bring a new apartment complex to downtown and two floors of retail space to the Paramount Building in Walnut Hills.

20 years ago, the Aronoff Center helped launch downtown's revitalization

This month marks the 20th anniversary of the Aronoff Center for the Arts helping turn around the area north of Fountain Square now known as the Backstage District.

Fifty West expanding, adding larger production facility

Fifty West Brewing Company, which opened three years ago, recently announced an expansion to add a larger production facility as well as volleyball courts and a cycling company to its repertoire.

V's Encore Cafe opening Oct. 19 at the Aronoff Center

V's Encore Cafe, a venture from Vonderhaar's Catering, will open Oct. 19 in a Seventh Street space in the Aronoff Center for the Arts.

Ludlow Garage going back to its music venue roots

The Ludlow Garage, a household name in Clifton since the 1960s, is opening its doors again on Oct. 29 as Live! at the Ludlow Garage, featuring two bars, a restaurant and a live music venue.

Urban Trials 5K obstacle course is designed to push mental and physical capacities

A new kind of 5K obstacle course called Urban Trials is coming to Sawyer Point Nov. 8 on a course designed by former CIA and FBI agents; proceeds will benefit the Joseph House for Homeless Veterans.
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