Award-wining writer Keith Pandolfi returns to the Queen City Read Article

Food writer Keith Pandolfi returned to Cincinnati to raise his family and share stories about the region's culinary talent. Gary Kessler

Helping communities grow by investing in small businesses Read Article

Making learning and retaining a language fun with Spanish Playdates. Provided

The new St. Elizabeth Cancer Center will offer holistic treatment and cutting-edge research Read Article

The St. Elizabeth's Cancer Center is slated to open in Fall 2020. Provided

That’s a wrap: How People’s Liberty impacted the next generation of leadership in Cincinnati Read Article

The Alumni Wall at People's Liberty. Provided

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Award-wining writer Keith Pandolfi returns to the Queen City

After living in New Orleans and New York City, this Cincinnati native wants to help foster the local writing community and expand representation of our regional culinary talent and culture. 

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Helping communities grow by investing in small businesses

In 2019, LISC supported 40 local companies through financing or technical assistance. Much of that support was building relationships between small businesses and organizations or institutions that could help them prosper.

Feature Story The St. Elizabeth Cancer Center is scheduled to open in August 2020.

The new St. Elizabeth Cancer Center will offer holistic treatment and cutting-edge research

The St. Elizabeth Cancer Center, scheduled to open in the fall of 2020, is designed to do more than treat cancer. Prevention and early diagnosis will be priorities too.

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That’s a wrap: How People’s Liberty impacted the next generation of leadership in Cincinnati

Nearly 50,000 innovators, changemakers, and civic leaders passed through the space at 1805 Elm Street. And during their five-year tenure, the staff at the philanthropic lab learned five key lessons from the community.

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One toke over the line? Clearing the air on Ohio’s marijuana laws

Recent changes in state and local laws have created confusion around what constitutes an arrestable offense.

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Living young, gay, and black: Is it still a triple threat?

More and more social service agencies, organizations, and events support LGBTQ minority youth in Cincinnati. 

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Cincinnati's startup climate drew Chris Bergman home

After time spent on both the coasts, the co-founder of Gylee Games was eager to launch his business in Over-the-Rhine.

Feature Story Kenton County resident Heather Grothaus just published her thirteenth romance novel.

From teenage fan to author, she just published her thirteenth romance novel

A serendipitous visit to a local antiques and used books store provided the inspiration for her latest entry, which will be the first of a planned four-part series.

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Creative Aging Cincinnati keeps seniors active and engaged through artistic programming

The nonprofit offers nearly 200 creative services to area facilities. 

Feature Story Mia Birdsong, community advocate and family activist will speak on Wed., Nov. 6.

Making space for change: As People’s Liberty ends, two new entities come to Cincinnati

A four-day Civic Symposium will celebrate the city's philanthropic climate and encourage citizen engagement.

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