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Annabelle's Place to provide housing, safety and support to female veterans

North College Hill will soon become home to Annabelle's Place, a new affordable housing community for female veterans. Plans were announced for the project last week.

4th annual Taste of OTR returns to Washington Park on Aug. 26

This year, anyone who enjoys Washington Park during the summer can enjoy the Taste of OTR for two days instead of just one. More than 15,000 people are expected to attend the event on Aug. 26 and 27.

Taking Root puts grant money back into Make a Difference Day

Every October, thousands of volunteers across the country participate in Make a Difference Day. In the Queen City, hundreds of volunteers intend to plant as many trees as possible as part of a project called Taking Root.

Art Academy of Cincinnati professor enjoys second fellowship at Lloyd Library

This summer, Ken Henson has spent his time in the stacks of Lloyd Library preparing a classic novel, Etidorpha, for republication as part of the Curtis G. Lloyd Fellowship.

United Way launches pilot program for preparing young children for school

Born Learning Communities, a pilot program from the United Way, focuses on parents' involvement in preparing their young children for critical academic milestones before they start kindergarten.

12th annual Art Off Pike seeking local artists to showcase their work

For the past 11 years, people from all across the region have gathered along Seventh Street in Covington, between Madison and Washington streets, to browse the diverse work of local artists.

Books by the Banks celebrates 10 years of reading and writing with 10 pre-festival events

Books by the Banks, Cincinnati’s annual regional book festival, is celebrating its 10th anniversary with 10 pre-festival events. The day-long event is Oct. 15 at the Duke Energy Convention Center.

Local martial artist shares knowledge, talents to instruct others in self-defense

Daryl Tate has taken a variety of martial arts classes throughout his life. He's taken that level of devotion and training to the next level, and now teaches martial arts.

MotherLOVE to host Lucy Hone during workshop for grieving parents

MotherLOVE, an organization created for bereaved mothers by bereaved mothers, will host its main workshop of the year, Resilient Grieving for Health Living, on July 16. The workshop is open to any grieving mother or father who lost a child.

Art Academy of Cincinnati hosts Helms Trust Traveling Art Exhibit

Students from the Art Academy of Cincinnati are getting well-deserved attention all around the city, thanks to the Helms Trust Traveling Art Exhibit. 

Stages for Youth helps teens find their voice through filmmaking program

Many creative students don’t get the chance to express themselves and their talent in a traditional classroom environment, but Frank O'Farrell wants to change that.

Promote local tourism by taking a staycation this summer

In May, Greater Cincinnati joined forces with a multitude of cities to celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week to propel its year-long initiative “Travel ’16." 

Organizations strive to make Cincinnati area more walkable and bike-friendly

Green Umbrella’s Tri-State Trails Initiative and the OKI Regional Council of Governments have collaborated to put bicyclists and pedestrians at the forefront of the region’s transportation policy.

Local nonprofits work with housing needs for the disabled

For the past 20 years, Jim Steffey has worked to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities. He's currently the executive director for two nonprofits that work with housing needs for the disabled.

Local musician uses his music to fuel anti-bullying initiative

Keenan West's life trajectory changed four years ago when he released a song titled "Never Ever." The song has led to the creation of a music video about bullying.
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