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The Philanthropic City: Sharing the wealth to build strong communities

Philanthropists have built and sustained this city and many others, funding the arts, improving the quality of life, and expanding health care and education. Can they respond to changing community needs? 

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Cincinnati Preservation Association's next season of advocacy and investment under Beth Johnson

Looking ahead, CPA is working to be more proactive in how it engages the issue of historic preservation.

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Four decades after The Who tragedy, a little bit of peace

The Who came back to Cincinnati this past Sunday night. David Holthaus shares then, and now observing, "it felt good, like getting back with an old friend after a falling out."

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The life and work of a 19th century artist is part of a year-long celebration of Jewish culture

Henry Mosler Behind the Scenes is a collaboration between Cincinnati Art Museum and the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati.

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The Queen City receives her CROWN

Private and public entities join forces to link communities in health, transportation, environmentalism and commerce.

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When the helpers need help: New methods for first responders to treat their own stress

The people we call for help may not ask for help themselves. But there's a growing awareness and options for treatment.  

Feature Story Pitches from students Tai Sykes and Jordan Dean were audience vote winners.

‘School Board School’ opens door for community to bring ideas to improve, change school system

The challenge to get ideas from community members to public school decision-makers hatched Education Policy Pitch Night.

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The Living City: What's being done to create and preserve affordable housing?

A coalition has emerged to bring attention, energy, awareness, and money to the affordable housing issue. It won’t happen overnight, but progress is being made.

Feature Story Lincoln Heights community members excitedly await the completion of two more new single-family homes that will both the aesthetic and increase the revenue of the village.

Digging deep for a brighter future: Holistic development efforts get to the root of revenue issues

In this tale of two communities, Lincoln Heights and Forest Park tackle housing with diligence.  

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Ten years of writing: WordPlay announces their new location and their first youth poet laureate

After a pandemic hiatus, the organization is back with new programming and their first ever youth poet laureate.

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