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Going the Distance: Karen Schlosser won’t let obstacles keep her from the Ironman

The local Realtor has never been a runner — but she is a biker, swimmer, and walker. Despite obstacles from a broken pelvis, she plans to compete in Chattanooga’s triathlon this month.

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Baker Hunt exhibit spotlights its first Artist-in-Residence, Ken Landon Buck

Buck is known for his striking large-scale subject matter of swimmers interacting with light and water, as well as for still life, portraits, nature, and flowers.

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The Singing Mural: CET is ME honors Dr. O’dell Owens

After postponing the more formal gala to honor Dr. Owens, CET, PBS, and Brave Berlin are presenting a more laid-back, three-day, outdoor party at the end of the month.

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How LaRosa’s developed the new plant-based pizzas on its menus this week

The popular Cincinnati chain responded to requests from vegan, vegetarian, and flexitarian customers.

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“Reset: Towards a New Commons,” an exhibition coming to NYC, will have a redesign of Cincinnati

It will show a future in which Americans are reconnected to one another following decades of suburbanization, population sprawl, automobile dependence, and the spread of COVID-19.

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Servall Electric and Workhorse are helping the city become more sustainable

The Cincinnati-based companies are manufacturing and transitioning to fleets of electrical trucks.

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Top tips for getting around Cincinnati

Lonely Planet highlights our buses and streetcars, walkable neighborhoods, and bikeshare system.

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Miami University president promotes campus sustainability action

Gregory P. Crawford says that long-term solutions to global threats from climate change must start at a local level.

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What will Airport 2.0 be like? It's taking shape at CVG

Following the opening of the Amazon Air hub, more changes are expected in coming months, including a new rental car facility, more carriers, and news about high-tech research and development.

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These Northern Kentucky companies made the list of the fastest-growing in the U.S.

Logistics, information technology, and computer hardware were the leading business sectors for these high-growth enterprises.

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Pandemic-fueled shift in buying habits leads to investment, expansion at this machine maker

R.A. Jones is planning to invest about a million dollars a year over the next five years to build its capacity at its Kenton County facility.

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IKRON goes beyond mental health treatment, offering community, classes, and assistance with job help

The organization — which has been around for more than 50 years — partners with other providers in the region to help people struggling get back on their feet.  

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The Multifamily Multiverse: The challenging and conflicting demands of the marketplace

Although the housing market was largely unaffected by the pandemic, designers are seeing new trends in building.

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Critical Race Theory is not, in fact, theoretical

As more schools incorporate CRT into their curriculums, some parents fear that history is being rewritten. It’s not.

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Pause and Feel the Beauty founder encourages conversation, connection

When Nora Klopp realized that her heightened anxiety during the pandemic was affecting her life, she decided to take control.  

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A 297-unit apartment community near the University of Cincinnati will get a facelift

Vision & Beyond Capital Investments acquired Clifton Colony and will invest $5 million in improvements to the building and surrounding community.

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Come to Cincinnati: Get some Goetta

For anyone outside of the Cincinnati region, Goetta is an unknown. But when people come to visit, they are often drawn in by our local food.  

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“Lonely Planet” ranks the nine best parks in Cincinnati

The Trust for Public Land regularly ranks our parks among the nation’s top systems for large cities.

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Two WWII exhibits come through town depicting lost art during the Nazi regime

Currently, the Cincinnati Art Museum is hosting Paintings, Politics and the Monuments Men: the Berlin Masterpieces in America.

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Kersha Deibel began volunteering at Planned Parenthood in 2005. 16 years later, she’s still there.

Her first experience at the Mount Auburn location was for birth control. The sense of relief and calmness she felt during her care led her to volunteer. Now she’s the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio.

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