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Roundup of neighborhood festivals through the rest of September

Check out our guide to neighborhood arts, music and beer festivals (plus Oktoberfest) over the next two weekends.

Overlook Lodge to add to business rejuvenation in Pleasant Ridge

Jacob Trevino has years of experience at Cincinnati bars and is one of the masterminds behind Gorilla Cinema, and he's planning to open Overlook Lodge in Pleasant Ridge by the end of October.

Covington to hold new business ribbon-cuttings every Friday

Starting Sept. 11, the City of Covington launches a program for new businesses through which city and community representatives hold ribbon-cutting ceremonies every Friday.

Two Cincinnati area breweries expand their distribution areas

Braxton Brewing and Old Firehouse Brewery are expanding their distribution areas in September, another sign of the craft beer industry's growth in Greater Cincinnati.

Former Hellmann Lumber site starts journey to becoming a creative placemaking hub

The Center for Great Neighborhoods holds a groundbreaking event Sept. 17 for the Hellmann Creative Center, designed to serve as an arts placemaking hub for Covington.

Tour to highlight OTR's beautiful, historic churches

Over-the-Rhine Foundation has partnered with American Legacy Tours for two 90-minute tours of five historic OTR churches, starting and ending at Taft's Ale House, itself located in a renovated historic church.

Jazz, BBQ and a little running too in Madisonville

Madisonville hosts the second annual Cincinnati Jazz & BBQ Festival Sept. 12, including a neighborhood 5K as well.

Beyond the Curb turns its urban living showcase attention to Newport

Beyond the Curb hosts its second one-day, self-guided walking tour of urban Northern Kentucky cities in Newport on Sept. 27.

Covington renaissance continues with new downtown restaurant

Downtown Covington has seen a recent surge in redevelopment efforts, and now local entrepreneur Baron Shirley is adding to those new offerings by opening his Inspirado restaurant at 715 Madison Ave.

Transform Cincinnati announces six finalists, puts them in front of potential funders

Transform Cincinnati has announced its six finalists, who will present their transformative ideas to potential investors at a "Shark Tank" event on Sept. 30.

Fuel Cincinnati awards micro grants to 3 community programs

Fuel Cincinnati, the grant-making arm of Give Back Cincinnati, recently awarded grants to three local nonprofit organizations to help launch new ideas or projects focused around education, community building, diversity and the environment.

New donut bar joins lineup at Xavier's University Station development

Top This Donut Bar, a new Cincinnati-based donut shop, brings customization to a whole new level at University Station near Xavier University's campus.

The Cure Starts Now beer & wine festival relocates, adds art element

The Cure Starts Now hosts its sixth annual Beer, Wine & Food Festival fundraiser Aug. 28-29, providing an opportunity to sample 80 craft beers and wines, try food from a number of vendors and enjoy music from local acts.

College Hill partners with Saint Francis Group for key development project

The College Hill Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation recently signed a preferred developer agreement with Saint Francis Group and the City of Cincinnati for a large mixed-use project at the corner of Hamilton Avenue and North Bend Road.

Business grants aim to help OTR entrepreneurs grow customer base

Four Over-The-Rhine businesses recently received funds through the Business Innovation Challenge Grant and the Business First Grant: Segway Cincinnati, MOTR Pub, Cincy Shirts and Artichoke. 
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