| Follow Us: Facebook Twitter Pinterest RSS Feed

Videos

215 Articles | Page: | Show All

FUEL Cincinnati

Need some FUEL for your great idea? Take a look at this video, an introduction to a philanthropic initiative of Give Back Cincinnati, to see what community-focused start-ups are taking root around town. read on…

Take a ride

Take a ride with ParProjects as they continue their journey to build a community arts center in Northside. Video courtesy ParProjects. read on…

The Emery Theatre: 11.11.11

Take a sneak peak inside Over-the-Rhine's historic Emery Theatre, set for a grand reawakening 11.11.11. Video by and courtesy of Michael Holder/ Strata-G. read on…

The new neighbors: a community workshop

Cincinnati filmmaker Andrea Torrice has taken her latest project, The New Metropolis, to cities around the country to spark innovative dialogues about intentionally creating, and recreating, our own communities. Hear from local workshop participants in this video. read on…

Cincinnatians for Progress

Remember Issue 9? Take a trip back to 2009 and see how Cincinnatians for Progress got their start. And then read Casey Coston's latest Soapdish. It's deja vu, all over again! read on…

Midpoint Music Festival

This year's MPMF marks a 10-year milestone for music makers and music lovers around the country and around the world. Take a video journey through the fun and the funky with the BIG Media Company. Directed by Dave Morrison. read on…

Barking Fish has bite

Covington, Kentucky's Barking Fish Lounge is a motion media studio widely known throughout the region for creating "worlds outside of the tank." By offering innovative media solutions that promise to animate, elevate and  motivate beyond client's expectations, this small but spunky company is making a large impact on the local digital scene. read on…

What's the buzz at Hive 13?

Have you ever wanted to take something apart to learn how it works? If so, then you might be interested in Hive 13 - Cincinnati's first hackerspace. Located in Northside, Hive 13 is a place where science and technology enthusiasts gather to exchange ideas and skills as well as to build things. 3D printers and transforming glass block walls into art using programmable LED lights are just some of the projects underway. Take a look inside the Hive with Soapbox and Seven/Seventy-Nine. read on…

GBBN - Building a brighter Cincinnati

Cincinnati based GBBN Architects celebrates a rich history of creativity and innovation while continuing to reshape the region's skylines with bold architecuture statements. But success is more than just awards - it's a strong business plan coupled with a a culture that nurtures and values the creativity and individualism of all its employees. read on…

Powerhouse is fired up

Whether designing for the Smashing Pumpkins or soap bottles for Procter & Gamble, Powerhouse founders Pat Jones and Ben Nunery have created a unique design niche in Newport, Kentucky where their museum-like studios serve as a living history of design and the local music scene. read on…

Mural Mural on the Wall

Look around and you'll find that Cincinnati is Mural City. Plain and simple, we've staked our claim with the most interesting and diverse murals in a city center. Many of these murals were created by Artworks, an organization that connects artists of all ages through apprenticeships, community partnerships, and public art. With 12 new murals going up this summer, we're revisiting this great video about the inspiration behind Mural Works.

   read on…


The Boys of Summer

Walk the Moon has had a pretty good start to their summer. The local band is percolating on the national music scene with a new album, an opening gig with indie rock icons Weezer, and slots at Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza. Fitting then that the video for the band's single "Anna Sun" has been ordained by Esquire Magazine as their "official song of summer."  read on…

ARTeries

Imagine a series of public art 'links' that run the length of 12th Street in Over-the-Rhine's arts district. That's just what ARTeries proposes to do by using public art to link the new Washington Park, arts venues, and cultural clusters on Vine and Main Streets. read on…

Take A Ride

Soapbox and photojournalist Jeremy Mosher take you along for a ride on Portland, Oregon's Streetcar, introducing the people who use the city's popular public transit system and allowing viewers to experience first-hand the role it has played in the city's re-imagining of its urban core. read on…

There's A World Going On Underground

History is often hidden right beneath our feet and no where is this more apparent than in Over-the-Rhine. Follow Soapbox and Seven/Seventy-Nine as they go underneath OTR's churches and former breweries to discover that the history of Over-the-Rhine is also the history of the Greater Cincinnati region. read on…
Signup for Email Alerts