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Consent: What is it and why is it important?

The #MeToo movement brought to light the many ways that people can be violated. One local piercing artist is making sure that kids know that it’s ok to say “no.”

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The Ohio River Recreation Trail promotes geotourism and economies in river cities in three states

A coalition of outdoor enthusiasts and advocates is working to promote the river and its communities as sources of healthy recreation and economic opportunities.

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Better access to health care coming for students in five rural Kentucky counties

A federal grant will expand access to telemedicine in Pendleton, Owen, Carroll, Grant, and Gallatin County schools.   

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A back porch conversation turned into a day of service for Thomas More and Covington Rotary

The two organizations share similar principles around service to community, as well as decades of shared members, trustees, and administrators.

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Cincinnati couple competes on new HGTV show

Flipping Showdown challenges renovators in a six-episode series with nine homes to fix under a limited budget.

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Disney+’s “The Beatles: Get Back” depicts how the band made its mark in Ohio

Despite their popularity — or perhaps because of it — some Ohioans were not happy with their performances in Cincinnati and Cleveland.

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Bengals players give back for Thanksgiving

Teammates got together to provide meals to the Freestore Foodbank.

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Senate is part of the “Roadmap to Flavortown”

Delish selected the best “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives for every state. This Cincinnati restaurant made the list.

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The Entrepreneurial City: Where ideas, networks, and connections thrive

New ideas take root in cities, where the networks and connections exist to test those concepts, attract talented people, find partners and customers, and grow.

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Rage rooms, ax throwing and meditation: Stressful times demand new ways to blow off a little steam

Weary of “juggling projects,” “spinning lots of plates,” “climbing the corporate ladder” or just stressed out? There's help for that.

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Transgender Day of Remembrance: Honoring those wo have lost their lives to violence

Every year, the St. Peter’s Unitied Church of Christ honors the memory of transgender people who have lost their lives to violence. Here’s how you can participate.

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Medical research company plans to expand into manufacturing

CTI Clinical says it will initially focus on manufacturing viral vectors, which are used to create vaccines and in cell and gene therapy.

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Free concert will kick off 2021 FOUND holiday events

The theme revolves around celebrating the history of Cincinnati, which was founded in 1788 and originally called Losantiville.

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Creating a workforce dedicated to historic preservation

Covington is planning the Restoration Trades School to teach the lost art of historic preservation.

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Pendleton is the oldest apartment building still being rented in the country

This red brick structure is alive with residents inhabiting its 78 rental units.  

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Cincinnati Bell brings broadband to Indiana

Businesses and residents in Greendale will have access to a broadband fiber network over the next two years.  

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Gifford Team plans senior housing in Oxford

The Cincinnati development firm hopes to break ground in spring 2022.

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“Instant Friends:” Cincinnati Zoo African penguin bonds with woman dressed in black and white

In a video posted to Twitter — which quickly went viral — Izzy Melzer shows how she was followed in front of the glass that separated her from the bird’s exhibit.

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Closing a Complex: Without City Heights, where can people in NKY find affordable housing?

About 66% of low-income Kentuckians spend more than half of their income on housing. The problem is even worse in Northern Kentucky because of higher rents and a lack of affordable housing.  

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Elections have become very divisive. Here’s why some residents — and Soapbox staffers — participate.

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