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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. read on…

Young Heirlooms: Traveling Band

'Traveling Band' is a track from the first studio album by Cincinnati-based Young Heirlooms. Video courtesy Young Heirlooms. read on…

Modern Makers

Soapbox's Scott Beseler shares a visual feast of food art and more at the latest installment of Modern Makers, feature chef Frances Kroner of Feast. read on…

We Have Become Vikings

Take a tour through OTR's We Have Become Vikings latest project reel, replete with animations, design and plenty of your favorite brands. Video courtesy We Have Become Vikings. read on…

At the CAC: DJ Rupture

A Brookyn-based artist premieres his reinvisioning the work of a pioneering gay African-American composer, pianist and vocalist in a multimedia performance at the Contemporary Arts Center. Soapbox offers a preview of DJ/Rupture's work in advance of his two-night stint, April 5 and 6.  read on…

The Kentucky Struts: Country Road

Northern Kentucky filmmaker and designer Keith Neltner, who recently launched Neltner Small Batch, collaborates with musicians, both local and national. Here's an example of his art direction, and directoral skills, with The Kentucky Struts. Video courtesy Keith Neltner. read on…

Tyler Witte, driven to the edge

Cincinnatian Tyler Witte, 25, drives his car hard. UC Electronic Media alum Doug Horton captures Witte's passion on film. Video courtesy Doug Horton. read on…

University of Cincinnati: If You Can Play

UC athletes Kyle Neyer and Emily Hayden found support and encouragement when they pitched the idea of a video in support of LGBT athletes. The result? "You Can Play." read on…

DAAP Girls: Kate

Local band DAAP Girls' debut music video from their latest release, "Tape Songs," which was recorded at The Lodge, a Northern Kentucky art academy opening later this year. Video courtesy of DAAP Girls.  read on…

WordPlay Cincinnati

Venture into the new world of WordPlay, a nonprofit in Northside filled with old-fashioned typewriters and modern-day dreams. Part literacy, creative expression space, part social venture initiative, WordPlay and its sister store, The Urban Legend Institute, offer a new alternative to literacy and learning for kids of all ages. Video courtesy of Michael Holder. read on…

The Queen City Project: CoSign

Last fall, the neighborhood of Northside underwent a transformation thanks to a creative collaborative project known as CoSign. Neighborhood business owners partnered with local artists and the American Sign Museum to reshape the streetscape along Hamilton Avenue. Video courtesy The Queen City Project. read on…

Cool Kids: Hi-tech show celebrates local fashions

The Rise of the Cool Kids fashion event at the Bertke Electric Warehouse in Northside celebrated local designers and their work. Video courtesy Otherwise Nameless. read on…

Emery Sessions: Over the Rhine

Local favorites in a local landmark. Watch Over the Rhine perform "Gonna Let My Soul Catch My Body" at the Emery Theatre in their namesake neighborhood. Video by Michael Wilson courtesy of The Emery Sessions. read on…

GOOD Ideas: Cincinnatives

The Cincinnati-based Strive Partnership posed an important question for Cincinnatives, a group of civic-minded, problem-solving volunteers. Hear their solution for more engagement in education. Video courtesy The Queen City Project. read on…

Cincinnati 2012

Social media gives us many gifts. Take this video, for example, shared by many of SoapboxCincy's friends, that features our city's evolving landscape from Smale Riverfront Park to Washington Park. Video courtesy Rob Woodward, a full-time photographer for FOX19. read on…
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