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Cincinnati Opera is going mobile

The Cincinnati Opera has embarked on an innovative outreach project called the Opera Express, which could bring a fully staged opera to a shopping center or festival near you.


Downtown living options on the rise

Suburbanites and young profesionals alike are embracing downtown Cincinnati living, with housing stock filling up faster than anticipated. That demand is driving up prices, but there are four new options on the horizon offering some less expensive units for those who wish to live and work in the urban core.


My Soapbox: James Jenkins, Art on Vine

James Jenkins is the creator of Art on Vine, a monthly event that showcases the city's artists and benefits local nonprofits.


Single mothers and children hit hardest by poverty in Cincinnati

Cincinnati ranks second in the US for childhood poverty. Groups like The Women's Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation are working to break down the barriers that keep single mothers from rising above the poverty line.


Two formerly homeless Cincinnatians tell their stories

Meet Ronnie and Willa, two Cincinnati residents who have faced what 25,000 people in the city experience each year: homelessness. Here they share their stories in video.


How two years in Cincinnati has shaped the first class of Venture for America fellows

The 2012 class of Venture for America fellows wraps up its two-year commitment with Cincinnati startups this summer. Find out what they've learned, how they've changed and what's on the horizon for each of them.


UC French Learning program provides kids with early exposure to foreign language

UC Blue Ash students share their knowledge of French with students at an adjacent elementary school, hoping to inspire a love of foreign languages for years to come.

Dr. Stanley Samuel of OcuSano Inc.

National roundup: Detroit's wind economy, Memphis' startup symphony, Toronto's Silicon Valley

Issue Media Group publications such as 83 Degrees in Tampa, Confluence in Denver and Model D in Detroit cover "what's next" for urban centers. In this recurring feature, we highlight the top stories in urban innovation from all across our national network.

Downtown Pittsburgh

What smart cities can learn from Pittsburgh

With a culture of collaboration, a willingness to change and a focus on creating the kind of urban environment that attracts creative talent, the Steel City has moved from gritty to green and is now poised for the next wave of growth.


My Soapbox: Terrence Burke, Wump Mucket Puppets

Terrence Burke is dedicated to sharing joy and spreading knowledge with Wump Mucket Puppets, a silly, colorful show he puts on with help from his own family.


Northern Kentucky home to leading podcast expert

In 2005, Cliff Ravenscraft launched "The Weekly LOST Podcast," a talk show that would garner more than 60,000 subscribers in just one year and launch his career as the Podcast Answer Man.


New Americans: The plight of Cincinnati's refugee population

Thousands of refugees have fled violence and persecution to make a home in Cincinnati. For the majority of them, however, this means the start of an entirely new struggle. Learn about one man's journey from Burma to the Tri-State.


UC Develops New Breed of Drones

Advancements in drone technology being made by University of Cincinnati professors and students show promise in preventing disasters and saving lives around the world.

Anne Lopez and Kylie Walker of Romeo Delivers at AlphaLab

The battle for talent: What cities are doing to attract urban professionals

For today's top talent, the job market is only one thing to consider when choosing where to live. Urban professionals also want a vibrant city to plug into, a creative place where they can network with other smart people and a dynamic place where they can find their next job.


My Soapbox: Zan McQuade, The Cincinnati Anthology

"The Cincinnati Anthology" is a collection of essays about the Queen City, written by Cincinnatians from many walks of life. Get an inside look from editor Zan McQuade.
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