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Seven NKY projects receive funding in first round of myNKY Nano Grants

Skyward and The Center for Great Neighborhoods awarded seven projects in Northern Kentucky with $250 myNKY Nano Grants.

Micro-granting organization provides dinner and instant funds to projects

Cincinnati SOUP, a new micro-granting organization, is helping fund ideas locally. But it’s not just a pitch night — it’s a community dinner where attendees provide a small donation, and then get to vote on who receives the grant.

Annual Northside Music Fest adds hip-hop to lineup

Northside Music Fest is Cincinnati's longest running, independently-run free music event, and the ninth annual version brings 16 bands to three stages at Northside Tavern June 24-25.

ArtWorks adding 23 more murals to Cincinnati this summer

ArtWorks staff and youth apprentices will work on 23 mural projects around Great Cincinnati this summer, and a kickoff event is scheduled for June 20 on Pleasant Street in OTR.

Small-batch distilleries making a comeback across Greater Cincinnati

Much like craft breweries, small-batch liquor distilleries are making a comeback across Greater Cincinnati area. Here's a roundup of local distilleries with two more coming soon.

Cincinnati State continues beer industry class as local craft tradition grows

Cincinnati State added a beer brewing industry class to its curriculum last fall and will offer it again this coming school year due to demand.

Former veterinarian switches careers to open online bakery

Ryan Carneson, a former veterinarian, switched careers to dive into pastry baking, and he and his wife now operate the online Indulgence by Ryan bakery with hopes of opening a brick-and-mortar location eventually.

Five Points Alley mural pays homage to Walnut Hills

Five Points Alley has undergone a major facelift over the past year and is now houses a number of different Walnut Hills events; new murals from BLDG and ArtWorks will be added this spring and summer.

ReNewport calls for mini grant applications

As part of the ReNewport Quality of Life Plan, the city is accepting applications for mini project grants that will help improve six key community categories.

Entrepreneurs utilize Findlay Market to develop sandwich shop concept

Josh Dickerson and Tyler Retyi-Gazda share a dream to open a restaurant, so they're serving po' boys on weekends at Findlay Market to help perfect their concept.

New U-Square restaurant puts a fresh spin on French fries, hopes to grow into national chain

Scott Nelowet has opened his first French Fry Heaven restaurant at U-Square, the start of what he hopes will grow into a national chain known for fresh hand-cut fries and housemade toppings and sauces.

Center for Great Neighborhoods hosts six-month "makers" class with small business specialist

The Center for Great Neighborhoods is hosting a six-month training program for small "maker" businesses in Covington thanks to a grant from LISC of Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky.

Findlay Kitchen to offer commercial space for food entrepreneurs, classes

Findlay Market hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony March 23 for its nonprofit Findlay Kitchen incubator, which will offer space for entrepreneurs and cooking classes as well as training, mentoring and resources.

Cincinnati Shakespeare program helps students design own Bard-inspired projects

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company hosts the week-long Project 38 festival April 14-18 to showcase 43 different Shakespeare-based pieces produced in collaboration with area schools.

Pop! Goes Westwood looking for businesses to help activate vacant lot this summer

Westwood Works and Westwood Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation plan to revitalize a vacant lot along Harrison Avenue with pop-up businesses every weekend June 18 through Sept. 11.
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