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One of the Cincinnati Museum Center's most beloved exhibits is back

The Cave is back with updated features, a new interpretive center, and displays of cave-dwelling creatures.

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March is Women's History Month, but one local company celebrates its female employees all year long

At 84.51 — the longitude of their Cincinnati headquarters — diversity and inclusion shape the corporate environment. 

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From farmhouse to fashion: “Project Runway” contestant Tessa Clark puts local style on primetime

The local fashion designer and Over-the-Rhine boutique owner competes against 16 other contestants for a chance at $250,000.

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Collaboration lessens job loss impact from IRS center's closing

What was once seen as an initial loss of 1,800 jobs with this year's closure of Covington's IRS Submission Processing Center is now down to less than 200 jobs.

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Kingsgate Hotel near UC ‘Graduates’ to boutique brand

The former Marriott will be converted into a Graduate Hotel with designs that pay homage to the university's history and culture. 

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New Fifth Third design will also revamp Fountain Square

The company plans to expand the lobby, a two-story atrium, a newly designed financial center, and a museum.

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Local company discusses building a culture of opportunity within disadvantaged communities

Derrick Braziel, managing partner of Mortar, will host a seminar about economic inequality.

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Cornell students take “alternative breaks”

Instead of beach destinations, young adults volunteer around the country this spring.

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Food for thought: One man gives up eating for Lent

Del Hall, who works at 50 West Brewing Company, is surviving off beer for 40 days.

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Carabello Coffee: building bridges in the coffee industry here and abroad

Justin and Emily Carabello are committed to giving back to the communities that produce their beans. 

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Civics Essential Game Hour: libraries host fun, fact-filled evenings with trivia and prizes

If you love Jeopardy and want to test your knowledge about local and national laws, join your neighbors at a participating library for an hour of friendly competition. 

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‘Fearless’ Jean Case explores Cincy’s entrepreneurial ecosystem

The author, entrepreneur, and philanthropist says that in order to do great things, you've got to get a little uncomfortable.

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Cyber security a worry? NKU developing answers

Cyber security is a problem that concerns almost every business. As success in competition is showing, NKU is developing some of the top talent in the field nationally.

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P&G’s Tide Cleaners expands into apartments and condos

The consumer goods company hopes to help people save some time by doubling the size of its out-of-home laundry service.

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Restoration projects along Great Miami River and tributaries

Efforts along the watershed will remove invasive plant species and add pollinator habitat. 

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Weekend getaway: a trip to Cincinnati won't break the bank

The estimated cost of a three-day trip is just over $1,500.

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Automotive company gives UC DAAP students a chance to develop product ideas

The automotive company gives UC's DAAP students a chance to develop product ideas.

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Kentucky recruits Ohio tech talent

After years of working with Cincinnati startups, Patrick Henshaw brings his expertise to Louisville. 

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Cincinnati is a ‘hippie heaven’

Columbus-based editor appreciates 'local gem,' the Taft Theater, during a trip with his daughter to see Bob Weir.

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Best of both worlds: After cultivating their careers in NYC, Gerald and Susan Parker came home

The tri-state natives bonded over their love of music, married, and made a major move for work. In the end, they returned to save Gerald's family farm, and they haven't looked back.

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