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Local creatives team up to launch rEVOLUTION Cincy

rEVOLUTION Cincy, which is a team of more than 60 local creatives, is in the midst of a movement encouraging people to think about issues that are important to them, then find a positive way to make a difference.

Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education to extend reach with move to Union Terminal in 2018

Once Union Terminal finishes its renovation in 2018, the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education will transition to a more permanent space within the museum's campus.

Clifton Performance Theatre, home to intimate performances and youth workshops

The Clifton Performance Theatre isn't just a theater. It also serves as a place for kids to interact with and learn from actors by attending summer camps, classes and workshops.

Cincinnati celebrates 25 years with sister city Nancy, France

Last week, Cincinnati and Nancy, France, which is located in the northeastern region of the country, celebrated 25 years of partnership.

Envision Children to host Red Carpet Casino Night at Prime 47

Next month, Envision Children will host its Red Carpet Casino Night fundraiser to raise money for serving children with economic disadvantages.

The Cincinnati Art Museum is undergoing a number of changes in order to appeal to a wider audience

The Cincinnati Art Museum is working hard to make art more enjoyable, but also more accessible to a wider audience.

Melodic Connections seeks funding for new storytelling podcast

Melodic Connections is known for its music therapy lessons. Now the organization is looking to start a podcast series that allows its students create an original piece of music.

CSO and Pops to share talents internationally in 2017

Next year, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops will pack their bags and take their talents on the road to 12 cities in seven countries on two continents.

Celebrate Cincinnati Bell Connector's grand opening with free rides, festivities

To celebrate the grand opening of the Cincinnati Bell Connector, you can ride it for free this weekend, beginning at noon on Sept. 9.

PLCHC ranks as 5th busiest and one of most effective in nation

The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County was once again ranked as the fifth-busiest library in the nation, proving its impact and cost effectiveness throughout the community.

Patricia Garry nationally recognized for building local communities

After receiving the National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations’ top leadership award, Patricia Garry is ending her 51-year career on a high note.

UWGC announces $62.1 million goal at 2016 Campaign Kickoff

The United Way of Greater Cincinnati has amped up efforts to improve our community more than ever with its goal of raising $62.1 million during its 2016 campaign.

The Carnegie presents affordable, engaging workshops for kids

Registration is now open for The Carnegie’s fall and early-winter ArtStop Artist Series workshops, which are aimed at kids ages 7-12 who want to engage in creative learning opportunities.

The Center celebrates 40 years with grand opening of new facility

The Center for Great Neighborhoods is celebrating its 40th anniversary by welcoming the public into its new home at The Hellmann Creative Center.

NKU student to gain hands-on business startup experience through funded UpTech internship

Northern Kentucky University’s College of Informatics will produce a funded intern who will gain experience in the business startup world, thanks to sponsorship from Frank Caccamo of UpTech.
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