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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.

Another new townhouse development planned for OTR

Maestro Development/Daniels Homes plans to construct nine 3,600-square-foot townhomes on West 15th Street near Elm, with four units already purchased for between $650,000 and $1 million.

Noble Denim founders open Victor Athletics storefront, partner for Brush Factory launch

Noble Denim founders Abby and Chris Sutton are opening an Over-the-Rhine storefront for their organic cotton clothing, including the new Victor Athletics brand, on Nov. 21, followed by a Black Friday launch for Brush Factory's new furniture line.

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.

Cincinnati's first streetcar begins testing phase this weekend

Now that the first streetcar has arrived, testing starts this weekend.

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.
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