An early adapter of women’s voting rights, Ohio lags behind nation in women’s political leadershipRead Article

Katherine Durack, a crochet designer, created Suffrage in Stitches to celebrate women's history through original crochet patterns. Gary Kessler

Cincinnati 2030: Innovative solutions to climate changeRead Article

Tremaine Phillips unveils the recently formed Cincinnati 2030 District at the 2019 Midwest Sustainability Summit. Gary Kessler

Cincinnati’s best kept secret: Paddock HillsRead Article

Kathleen and Henry Christmon moved to Paddock Hills in 1965, making it the first successfully integrated neighborhood in the city. Gary Kessler

Thoughts on Impermanence: A conversation with artist Armin MersmannRead Article

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An early adapter of women’s voting rights, Ohio lags behind nation in women’s political leadership

Since the ratification of the 19th Amendment 100 years ago, women have made great strides in the political arena. But there's still a long way to go. 

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Cincinnati 2030: Innovative solutions to climate change

After a little over a year of planning, the core business district is part of a national network to reduce energy use, water consumption, and carbon emissions over the next decade. 

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Cincinnati’s best kept secret: Paddock Hills

One of the city's smallest official neighborhoods boasts big community spirit.

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Thoughts on Impermanence: A conversation with artist Armin Mersmann

After 29 years with Midland Center for the Arts, Armin Mersmann was selected for the famed Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center in Cincinnati.

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Government A-OK: Ohio’s system of checks and balances avoids many federal pitfalls

Citizens demand more efficiency from state government than federal, which leads to effective problem solving.

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Nati Ninjas: Local athletes will compete in NBC’s popular obstacle course show downtown

American Ninja Warrior is coming to Cincinnati May 24–25.

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IDEALAB reMaking Industry: A look back at the event

The May 9 event attracted visionaries from around the region and connected them with like-minded community members. 

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Brewing up a storm: Learn about OTR's prolific and boisterous beer-making history

A new heritage trail showcases the suds and stories from pre-Prohibition to present day. 

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Loveland coffee shop pays tribute to owners' roots

Cincinnati natives Jimmy and Leah Hooper both left for bigger cities. But starting a family brought them back, where they also opened the Hometown Café as a tribute to their roots. 

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Peace be with you: Prayer labyrinths offer moments of reflection and tranquility

Spring is a time of rebirth, and these meditative spaces throughout Cincinnati help renew body, mind, and spirit.

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IDEALAB 2019: Let’s make more stuff

Although manufacturing has struggled over the years, Cincinnatians are still making and creating items we use every day. On Thursday, May 9, at IDEALAB: reMaking Industry, we'll hear from local and regional innovators who are encouraging urban manufacturing.

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