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Making every vote count: Ohio seeks a fairer way to map congressional districts

In 2021, the state will implement a new system to help curb the worst excesses of gerrymandering. 

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To the moon (and Cincinnati) and back

The Cincinnati Museum Center is one of only five museums in the country to host Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission.

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What’s next for Camp Washington? New zoning will spur economic development along Colerain

What was once a thriving business district is now getting a second chance thanks to hardworking, dedicated citizens. 

Feature Story Molly Berrens and Matthew Grote of Covington-based Spotted Yeti Media created motion graphics for the Freedom Center.

BLINK comes to Northern Kentucky in splashes of light and color

Covington will be one of the most densely packed zones for the art, light, and culture event.

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A passion for nutrition: Cody Blatt and his breakthrough product, ilixer

Throughout his childhood, he struggled with his weight. Now this native Cincinnatian is creating nutritious powdered meal replacements made of real food for people on the go. 

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PoD Discovery(s) focuses on creators and frontier technology

This year's festival is back with a new name, venue, and lineup, and will attract about 250 people from around the region. 

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Cincinnati stands to economically benefit from climate change

Although there has been increased rainfall, flooding, and mudslides in recent years, our inland location will see fewer effects from global warming, leading to a possible population boost. 

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Kroger’s latest innovation will greatly reduce food waste

In continuing their work to end hunger and keep produce out of landfills, the company launched Apeel produce coast to coast.

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Cincinnati-based Tom & Chee poised for growth

After declining sales and store closings, the restaurant is rebranding and opening new locations. 

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The CAC debuts Robert Colescott’s body of work

Art and Race Matters offers a look at more than 50 years of provocative work that debunked myths and pushed back at racism. 

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He's not just clowning around: Paul Miller makes circus a serious business

The Ringling Bros.-trained performer takes community development and outreach seriously. 

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Cincinnati fashion icon nurtured generations of local style innovators

Margie Voelker-Ferrier built her life in Cincinnati and encouraged her students to carve their own distinctive places in the world of design.

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What's your future, SW Ohio?

From Sept. 29–Oct. 7, journalists and leaders will meet at various locations in southwestern parts of the state to discuss and identify shared community concerns and brainstorm solutions. 

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Award-winning Cincinnati-Based Oodle collaborating with UC

Over the past decade, the local company has expanded nationally, but still helps regional clients navigate the complexities of the digital world.

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The old Price Hill library is getting a new look

The original structure will be preserved while also adding modern-day improvements. 

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African American Chamber of Commerce moves to a new location, expands on-site services

The new site in Walnut Hills will have four times more space and provide additional trainings and workshops for the business community.

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Cincinnati is one of the five best “design destinations” to visit in October

Architectural Digest cites BLINK as a top fall event.

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Job seekers attracted by strong wages plus affordable housing, services, and goods

Higher-than-average salaries and relatively low living costs mean that employee's paychecks stretch far in Cincinnati.

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Kroger on the Rhine sets long-awaited opening date

The highly anticipated store will also feature a food hall serving local favorites, plus Murray's Cheese Bar, and Starbucks.

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Cincinnati chili meets the Pacific Northwest

Chef Derek Saner's love of the local favorite led him to open a restaurant in his new hometown. 

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