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Clarinets to cabinets: Old is new again in thriving reuse economy

Whether you're looking for affordable kitchen reno options or creative ways to keep your kids preoccupied over holiday break, Cincinnati’s reuse economy is answering the call. Take a look at these local groups proving that everything old is new again.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Taking the 'high road'

Take a look at how leveraging private sector resources for green infrastructure can achieve multiple public goals.


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DesignBuildCincy speaker series to feature 'game-changing' ideas from experts and city planners

Join Soapbox editors at DesignBuildCincy on Oct. 28 as we host a fast-paced, immersive, two-hour speaker series featuring presentations from some of Cincinnati's foremost experts in design and city planning.

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Beat cabin fever this year with all-weather programming from Great Parks of Hamilton County

Finding fun things to do outside during fall and winter can be tough, but our region's parks are up to the challenge. Here's your cool-weather must-do list.

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Urban ecologists hit paydirt in Covington's evolving, partnership-driven economy

Covington neighbors, nonprofit groups and city leaders are making plans to improve their shared green spaces. Explore a host of outdoor projects making the city a model for the region and beyond.

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Green Videos

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Take a ride down the mighty Mill Creek

Mention to someone that you're going to canoe on Mill Creek, and they'll likely fit you for a HazMat suit. Undaunted, Soapbox was intrigued by the opportunity to explore this oft-abused and misunderstood regional asset.

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Covington's Shotgun Row Rehab

The Center for Great Neighborhoods continues building on 38 years of creative placemaking in Covington through its newest development called Shotgun Row. Check out this new video by local filmmaker C. Jacqueline Wood to find out more about the project.

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Bikes in the City

May is Bike Month, so what better way to celebrate than to share stories about local cyclists and why traveling on two wheels is their preferred method of travel? Video by Caroline Bozzi, Elese Daniel, Hunter Moore and Madison Schmidt of the University of Cincinnati.

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Epi-ventures' Cincinnati deConstructed: Karen Kahle, Findlay Market

Six businesses that started in Findlay Market last year have already expanded to second locations outside of the historic space. Findlay's resource development director Karen Kahle explains the beauty of Market economics and its nurturing culture. Video courtesy Epi-Venture's Courtney Tsitouris.
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