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“Project Runway” star Tessa Clark to debut in new reality TV series set in Cincinnati

"The Collective" will focus on unity and diversity rather than rivalry.

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Forever home? Residential architects reimagine and improve domestic livability

While some elements remain the same, the pandemic has changed how we live and what we need to function in our personal spaces. Here are some tips and tricks from the design world.

Feature Story The John A. Roebling Bridge has been standing for 154 years.

The John A. Roebling Bridge: Fixing a national historic landmark takes time and patience

How do you repair a 154-year-old historic landmark and symbol of civic pride that stands exposed to temperamental weather 24 hours day?

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Criminal justice reform: What is it and why is it important?

Most people want to believe that the criminal justice system will never intersect with their lives. But according to a 2019 report by Cornell University, about 45% of Americans at one time have seen an immediate family member incarcerated.  

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Social service and social justice efforts collide

The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission (NKCAC) is committed to improving the health and well-being of all people they serve by reinvigorating the agency’s charge against injustices. 

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From projects to promise: The fall of area housing projects shows the need for affordable options

Originally designed to provide homes to working-class residents of all races, it wasn't until the passage of the Housing Act of 1949 that the projects began to house only the poorest minority communities.

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Melanie Moore turned her love of books into a philanthropic mobile bookstore. (And it’s adorable.)

She opened Cincy Book Bus in November of 2018 and spent much of that first year selling in-person at public events and street fairs. The onset of the pandemic in 2020 changed the nature of her business and forced it almost completely online.


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How one small, high-tech lab adapted when the pandemic changed everything

As the Covid-19 pandemic swept the region and the country, Ethos researchers developed tests for the viral infection to help schools, nursing homes, and other facilities keep operating.

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A green solution to water pollution could also mark the beginning of rebirth for a neighborhood

The Greenway, a 1.5 mile-long watercourse and walking path situated between the two main drags in South Fairmount, is a feat of green engineering that goes a long way toward fixing one of the region’s biggest environmental challenges.


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The history of the Electoral College: What is it and why do we use it?

Neither the U.S. Constitution nor federal law requires electors to vote for the presidential candidate in their own political parties. Those who vote against their party’s candidate are known as “faithless electors.”


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