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Feature Story Gary Walton, founder Cincinnati Type & Print Museum

He’s just your type: Gary Walton enlivens Cincinnati’s rich printing history

In the early 20th century, Cincinnati’s print industry was second largest in the U.S. It’s still the 11th largest market and demand appears to point toward unabated growth.

Feature Story Dr. Amit and team. Front row l to r:  Sofia, Minhaj; back row l to r: Ahmad,  Dr. Bhattacharya, Lorenna

Get the lead out: Take advantage of three grants aimed at saving children from lead poisoning

Covered in latex or water based paints applied by decades of homeowners, lead paint remnants remain hidden in the majority of American homes built prior to 1978.

Innovation News Prysmian EV Group Shot

New EV charging stations installed at Prysmian Group’s headquarters

“It is ... almost like the company giving you a half tank of gas to come to work,” says employee James McGraw.

Innovation News Retro Nouveau list

Celebrating the people and music of Cincinnati jazz

The Jazz Hall of Fame honors contributors to the art form and to further jazz education through scholarships and mentoring.

Development News BLINK Sunday, 2019

BLINK 2022 will light up Northern Kentucky

Covington will be one of five walkable BLINK zones, with the others in Cincinnati: The Findlay Market neighborhood, Over-the-Rhine, The Banks, and Downtown.

Development News Contest winners, from left: Jon Cecil, Zak Kauth, Corrie Carswell, Ruth Ann Palmer, Tony Wagner.

Contest winners for the region’s most photogenic bridge

The 2022 photo contest received a record number of submissions with separate entries for amateur and professional photographers.

Development News Roebling Suspension Bridge, BLINK 2019

BLINK returns next week. Don’t miss it!

More tips for getting around at BLINK on either side of the river.

Feature Story pedestrians

A city safe to walk in: Neighborhood action and Vision Zero aim to make the streets safer

City neighborhoods are prized for walkability and density, but increasingly, getting around on foot or by bike takes nerves of steel. Neighbors work with City Hall for change.

Feature Story Diana Solís, Self Portrait on Greenview Street, Lakeview neighborhood, Chicago, IL, 1982. Archival piezography print, 30 x 40 inches. Courtesy of the artist

Exposure: FotoFocus Biennial lifts up local artists and gives community unlimited access

Starting on September 29, then throughout the month of October, FotoFocus exhibits by 600+ participating artists will delight observers across the region.

Development News “The Beauty of Peace” mural spans three walls that face Minot and Brownway streets.

A peaceful scene grows in Oakley

Muralist Christian Dallas adorns the walls of Cincinnati Mennonite Fellowship.  

Development News Laure Quinlivan interviews Eric Russo at The Hillside Trust

Local filmmaker exposes the dangers of hillside erosion in new documentary "Living with Landslides"

Multiple experts explain why the region's topography is susceptible to landslides and how the development of hillsides has sometimes exacerbated the problem. 

Development News Under the shade of the many beech trees on the site, it came to be known as Beech Acres, and later, Beech Acres Parenting Center.

Beech Acres moves back to the urban core

A new centralized location allows nonprofit to connect with more children and families throughout the entire tri-state.

Development News Hamilton County Commissioners, l to r, VP Alicia Reece, President Stephanie Summerow Dumas, and Commissioner Denise Dreihaus

Public meetings and convening sessions help guide county allocation of federal funds

This money went towards immediate, long-term, and transformational needs.

Innovation News Sign painting demo last year at the American Sign Museum.

Made in Camp features the artisans of Camp Washington

This small neighborhood is still a place where people make things, as it’s become a growing haven for artists.

Development News Visitors to Studio 122, the Art Circle at the Essex enjoy the watercolors.

During ArtWalks, fifty Essex studios offer free behind-the-scenes tours of their workspaces

After nearly a one-year absence, Essex Studios re-opens its doors to the public offering visitors the opportunity to meet working artists and buy original art.

Feature Story Kait Connelly is designing the lighting for SCAC's upcoming performance of Beauty and the Beast

Arts outreach and inspiration flow from city center to first ring suburbs

All around the region, art is inspiring and connecting communities and generations in unexpected ways.

Partner Content The House of Katmandu in Mallorca, Spain. Photography BDR Design Group.

What makes a great place?

No matter the scale, we intuitively know when a place is great, even if we don’t fully understand why.

Development News wood hudson

Senior research scientist works with undergrads at Wood Hudson cancer lab

Dr. Erik Arnold Bey’s resume includes training and experience in cell and molecular biology, cancer biology, drug delivery, and nanomedicine.

Development News arboretum

Boone County Arboretum’s annual fall plant sale is right around the corner

The sale will showcase a mix of native and non-native plants that perform well in this region.