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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.

Innovation News View of Immersive Van Gogh exhibit

Immersive Van Gogh exhibit arrives in Cincinnati June 1st

The location of The Immersive Experience has been revealed.

Development News Laurie Sharp-Page is an author, entrepreneur, and psychotherapist who is passionate about teaching people how to cope more effectively with life's varied challenges.

Local psychotherapist's first book offers simple tools for complex issues

Sharp-Page believes the pandemic further opened the door to exploring mental health issues communally, and without guilt.

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Bank investments bring Catalytic Fund capital to more than $20 million

The Fund’s capital has now more than doubled beyond the original $10 million that launched the Fund in 2013.

Feature Story David's ticket stub from The Who 1979 concert in Cincinnati.

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."

Feature Story Henry Mosler (American, 1841–1920), Study for “Children Under a Red Umbrella,” 1863–65, black chalk and pencil, Gift of Henry M. Marx in memory of Agnes Mosler Marx, 1976.533

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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Region recognized for new jobs and investments

Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana all ranked in the Top 10 for state-level economic development.

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Power to the Purple People Bridge. Pedestrian span awarded fix-up funding

The bridge is considered the longest connector in the country that serves walkers and cyclists and links two states.

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New investments coming in region's life sciences sector

The life sciences sector in Northern Kentucky has been growing, with employment in the field growing 85 percent from 2014 to 2019.

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Graphic: A Walk/Dance Tour of Downtown Murals

Dance group Pones and five other collaborating companies present individual vignettes at downtown ArtWorks murals.

Cincy In The News The Esquire Theatre was originally built in 1911 as the Clifton Opera House.

Esquire Theatre and Cincinnati's indie film scene profiled

It's hard to imagine Cincinnati's Indie film scene without Esquire Theatre, but it almost happened in 1989.