Longform Tablet weaving is a centuries old technique of weaving sturdy narrow bands with a multitude of uses.

(Still) Made in Cincinnati: The Weavers Guild—craft, tradition, and community

Some members are beginners, learning basic skills of braiding, weaving, and spinning yarn; others are experts in their craft, with decades of training. Everyone is always learning something new and everyone is welcome.

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Expansive elephant mural depicts feelings of peace, joy, togetherness, and community

Cedric Cox's recently completed Cincinnati Zoo mural has given new life to a stretch of Forest Avenue at Irving Street in Avondale.  

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More than $200,000 in grants awarded to local startups

Nonprofit Main Street Ventures provides funding to entrepreneurs and startups in eight counties throughout the region.

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Brewing connection in Dayton, Kentucky

Unataza Coffee gives and receives locally and globally.

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Long lives, well lived: What neighborhoods can do to increase life expectancy

Life expectancy is often compared from nation to nation or state to state, but there’s a wide disparity among neighboring communities just within Hamilton County.

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YouTube star Feli from Germany delivers take on Germans and Americans from her Cincinnati home

The lighthearted looks at German-American cultural differences and her knowledgeable, approachable tone has helped rapidly grow her YouTube channel.

Innovation News Congressman Greg Landsman noted that the challenges that young people face has escalated to a “community crisis.”

Landsman and Beech Acres address children’s mental health

Congressman seeks funding for mental illness prevention

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Coen Brothers collaborator visits Cincinnati September 22

Women in Film Cincinnati and the Mercantile Library have teamed up to present "The Art of the Storyboard" with J. Todd Anderson.  

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Covington embraced principles of historic preservation to safeguard culture and community identity

People learn to “skill up” on needed skills to restore older homes and buildings at [CAHT].

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Dog-About-Town: Little Miami Brewing Company

A bar for all seasons revitalizes downtown Milford.

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Common ground: Creating shared civic space sparks redevelopment in neighborhoods

As older communities look for ways to attract new residents, retain folks who already live there, and lure new businesses, common spaces connect people to place.

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It’s not OK to stay not OK

Educators collaborate with Beech Acres to bolster students’ mental health.  

Innovation News NOMA group initially forming CAMP.

Local NOMA chapter sees a welcome resurgence of young, minority architects

Fostering young leaders to carry the chapter with guidance of seasoned professionals is the relaunch focus.

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A new Port Authority program aims to attract manufacturing jobs of the future

The $170 million venture would buy and clean up old industrial sites, resell them to manufacturers, and help grow advanced manufacturing jobs.

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NKU graduate wins regional collegiate playwriting competition

The play deals with childhood friends who reconnect and discover new insights about themselves and their lives.

Development News FotoFocus 2022 Daytime Symposium at NURFC

This fall, The Convening melds similar programs from New York City and Cincinnati

FotoFocus partners with NYC’s Creative Time to light way for The American Manifest Exhibition in 2024.

Development News Friends and family remember the late David Housley at the opening ceremony of the Old Timers event .

Old Timers Reunion celebrates region's African American accomplishments

Rural-Urban Solidarity Project premiered four films about rural Kentuckians' racial justice response to the killing of Breonna Taylor.

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(Still) Made in Cincinnati: Meet Damon Gray, maker of fine violins, violas, and cellos

Damon Gray didn’t inherit a family business, but he did inherit music from his family.

Innovation News "We didn't really expect this to last," said Winterfilm founder Kent Meloy. "We thought all this should be fun for a year.  The second year, I think we had like six or seven entries."

10th anniversary best of show features indie movie-making contest winners

Mariemont Theatre rolls out the red carpet in late August for Best of Winterfilm.

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An oversized puppet named Little Amal walks across America

Find out how you can join the planned festivities during her Cincinnati visit.