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Coming Clean: 5 questions with Handzy

Our Coming Clean series continues with Brittney Braemer and Suzy Strachan, founders and designers at Handzy in Covington. They're girl bosses with a creative eye, and they're not afraid of a challenge.

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Soapdish: Record Store Day signals hipster death while Cincy vinyl tradition lives on

Soapdish columnist Casey Coston explores Cincinnati's vinyl-making tradition through the eyes of venerated local practitioners who, along with much of the rest of the world, owe a debt of gratitude to the legendary musical pioneers at King Records.

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Award-winning local doctors innovate to provide opioid alternatives for pain management

As the heroin epidemic rages on nationally and at home, several area care providers are gaining recognition for their efforts to introduce alternative pain remedies like group counseling, acupuncture and muscle relaxation — with a heavy dose of holistic patient-provider interaction.

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Neighborhoods across Cincinnati take steps (and pedal) toward post-automotive future

Much of Greater Cincinnati's infrastructure was built before cars became the preferred mode of transportation. Now, with help from elected officials, groups of cycling and walking enthusiasts are making a concerted move back to a pedestrian-friendly reality.

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Lobster bar, distillery and others breathe new life into Court Street

Home in recent years to a sparse handful of solid lunch spots, Court Street is now in the midst of a flurry of new activity that could grow its potential as a main commercial artery between the Central Business District and Over-the-Rhine.

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Oh, the places you'll go: Shops and events spring up along Cincy streetcar line

From The Banks to the Brewery District and everywhere in between: Soapbox's must-see streetcar roundup features a growing list of cool eateries, beloved Cincinnati icons, shop local spots and much more.

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100 years in Cincinnati: The story of our living centenarians

Born during the first few decades of the 1900s, today's centenarians have witnessed some of history's most monumental innovations and events. Three century-young Cincinnatians tell their stories of living through the 20th century.

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Soapdish: Revisiting 1313 Vine, from beer hall to night club to entrepreneur hub and beyond

In an example of adaptive reuse at its most challenging, 1313 Vine has played host to a number of entertainment venues over its 170-year history. Now home to Cintrifuse’s Union Hall, the building’s still intact lagering cellars foretell a future that echoes Cincinnati’s fun-loving past.


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Soapbox events: Celebrating the rebirth of the Baldwin Building in Walnut Hills

On March 23, Soapbox hosted "Blues at the Baldwin" to celebrate a $100 million renovation currently underway as part of sweeping and ongoing redevelopment in Walnut Hills.


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Who says print is dead? Literary culture alive and well in Cincy bookstores

Greater Cincinnati celebrates its long history as home to a wealth of independent bookstores, each occupying a special place in the hearts of readers across the region.

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Local providers and nonprofit groups team up to support families facing serious medical challenges

In addition to nonprofit organizations like Hear the Hope and Dragonfly, corporations like PatientPoint and St. Elizabeth are providing families with unique tools to combat major health concerns and tackle the rising cost of coverage.


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Innovative projects can be a statewide catalyst for research dollars and jobs

Throughout Ohio, 18 projects in the first rounds of OFRN's Centers of Excellence offer more than $200 million in growth opportunities.

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Freakonomics co-author Stephen Dubner brings signature take on financial literacy to Cincinnati

Stephen Dubner, co-author of the best-selling series Freakonomics, will serve as keynote for an annual awards event at The Economics Center, where organizers apply Dubner's approaches to Cincinnati-based financial challenges.

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Is Cincinnati's longtime struggle with downtown retail finally ending?

Discerning professionals are returning to the urban core in droves, bringing a clear demand for the charm and ambient luxury of downtown retail. Organizers hope it’s enough to support a comeback in the age of online shopping.

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OTR's Play Library offers toys and games on loan, helps Cincy settle into global sharing economy

In the so-called "sharing economy," everything from cars to clothes and kayaks are available to rent or borrow. OTR's new Play Library applies the concept to toys and games, with side effects that include more fun, less waste and a closer-knit community.
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