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Who cares about good design?

The effects of buildings on people have been explored in architectural theories for centuries. Today, the rapid evolution of neuroscience and evidence-based design provides new insights into how architecture impacts human health and wellness.  

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After the pandemic and racial upheaval, this group saw cities as the solution, not the problem

The cataclysmic events of 2020 threatened to unwind years of progress for the nation's cities. Some dedicated urbanists here decided to shape a new narrative. 

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Building the Pipeline: How to keep small business open through minority ownership

The goal of the Business Legacy Fund is to help broaden business proprietorship within historically disenfranchised communities.

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Sarasota Art Museum showcases the work of Robert Colescott’s satiric view of racism

The exhibit, Art and Race Matters, which traveled from the Contemporary Arts Center, is the first comprehensive retrospective of the late artist’s life and work.

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Cincinnati-based Tom & Chee has gained a cult following

What started as a pop-up tent in Fountain Square has expanded to nine locations with three more restaurants planned.  

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The District at Clifton will be a $500 million mixed-use development

Trintas Ventures and Crawford Hoying received approval from the Cincinnati Council for the two-phase project.

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Local restauranteur Ai Lin will introduce a new concept to the market

Paris Baguette, which has a significant presence along the costs, will break into Ohio in the near future.

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NKY educator will work on national higher ed model

The goal of the Designers in Residence program is to create strategies to eliminate equity and economic opportunity gaps in higher education.

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Sure sign of the economy rebounding: We're flying again

Business travel is slowly re-emerging, the airport's passenger count is surging, and airlines are adding new destinations.

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How the pandemic affected mental health and addiction services

COVID-19 changed the way we care for our region’s most vulnerable populations. The Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health organization pivoted quickly to care for people who needed it most during isolation.

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Juneteenth in Cincinnati: How we’re celebrating in 2021

It’s been 34 years since Lydia Morgan started honoring the emancipation of slaves. During that time, the event has changed and evolved but still remains an important part of our city’s history.

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Cincinnati is one of the best cities for Generation Z

Affordable rent and tons of amenities make it a top choice for those who graduated during the pandemic-induced recession.

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The LEE Initiative has fed more than 1 million out-of-work restaurant employees

Edward Lee of Khora launched the Workers Relief Program to help unemployed people during the pandemic.

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Oxford tops the list for best college towns in America

Miami University students enjoy the quaint atmosphere near Hueston Woods along with plenty of dining options.

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American Queen steamboat will offer tours of the Ohio River

Stops will include Fountain Square, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and the Cincinnati Art Museum.

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When Covid-19 struck, small manufacturers, threatened with survival, innovated to stay healthy

Faced with the medical and economic crisis, they changed course and adapted to meet the needs of their communities, and discover new opportunities.

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Covington Plaza is the newest link in the long-term project to reconnect the city to the Ohio River

A grand opening is planned for sometime in June, but the space is already being put to good use.

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NKY Pride Center will open this summer

The Pride Center’s mission is to advance LGBTQ equity and inclusion efforts by meeting the need for community-based services and programs.

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Getting to Yes: Ohio has been a leader in the development of Alternative Dispute Resolution

“We’re used to thinking of everything as a win-lose scenario. But how do you reach win-win resolutions to conflict? That was how we looked at it. Conflict resolution initiatives take a certain frame of mind, and patience.” - Gov. Richard Celeste  

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Despite confines, Eden Urban Gardens bears fruit in Avondale

April Pandora’s vision of bringing healthy food to inner cities took years to grow, but following her dream has made an impact on the community.

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