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Mobo spins new twist on bike advocacy

The MoBo Bicycle Co-op, a completely volunteer-run collective, works to expand access to bikes, bike maintenance, and education through workshops, community bike rides, bike advocacy, social events and a very cool space where anyone can learn how to repair and recondition second-hand, recycled, and low-cost bicycles. read on…

Wussy: Soak It Up

Local favorites Wussy made a splash at SXSW and continue to rack up rave reviews, including "Best Band in America." Here they perform Soak It Up at The Mad Hatter in Covington. Video courtesy Soft City Lights. read on…

Queen City Project: Arnold's

Just in time for Mardi Gras, take a trip to Cincinnati's iconic Arnold's Bar and Grill, and see its many faces, courtesy The Queen City Project. read on…

Old Spice gets creative makeover in OTR

The Old Spice buoy bottle gets countless makeovers, from a ray gun to a bomb, all in a cool storefront space in OTR. Take a tour, and get a peek inside the design process of Cincinnati's Procter & Gamble. Video by The BIG Media Company. read on…

The QCP: In tune with the CSO

What's it like to be a part of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra? The Queen City Project takes us behind the scenes from rehearsal to performance day in this fast-paced closer look. Video courtesy The Queen City Project. read on…

The Bright Ride

If you didn't catch this on downtown streets last month, here's your chance to revive some holiday cheer. Cincinnati cyclists don their sparkliest sparkles for a ride to remember. Video courtesy ArtsWave. read on…

The gospel according to John

Johnny Wirick, aka Johnny Walker, traveled Europe with The Cut in the Hill Gang, named for the scenic slice of highway leading from Northern Kentucky to downtown Cincinnati. This video, by Soapbox photographer Scott Beseler, captures part of a performance in France. read on…

Jazz in Cincinnati

Cincinnati is a town best defined by its music -  a rich and diversified mix of multiple genres and influences. This week we take a look back: Soapbox and Seven/Seventy-Nine explore Cincinnati's cool jazz scene. read on…

FUEL Cincinnati

Need some FUEL for your great idea? Take a look at this video, an introduction to a philanthropic initiative of Give Back Cincinnati, to see what community-focused start-ups are taking root around town. read on…

Take a ride

Take a ride with ParProjects as they continue their journey to build a community arts center in Northside. Video courtesy ParProjects. read on…

The Emery Theatre: 11.11.11

Take a sneak peak inside Over-the-Rhine's historic Emery Theatre, set for a grand reawakening 11.11.11. Video by and courtesy of Michael Holder/ Strata-G. read on…

The new neighbors: a community workshop

Cincinnati filmmaker Andrea Torrice has taken her latest project, The New Metropolis, to cities around the country to spark innovative dialogues about intentionally creating, and recreating, our own communities. Hear from local workshop participants in this video. read on…

Cincinnatians for Progress

Remember Issue 9? Take a trip back to 2009 and see how Cincinnatians for Progress got their start. And then read Casey Coston's latest Soapdish. It's deja vu, all over again! read on…

Midpoint Music Festival

This year's MPMF marks a 10-year milestone for music makers and music lovers around the country and around the world. Take a video journey through the fun and the funky with the BIG Media Company. Directed by Dave Morrison. read on…

Barking Fish has bite

Covington, Kentucky's Barking Fish Lounge is a motion media studio widely known throughout the region for creating "worlds outside of the tank." By offering innovative media solutions that promise to animate, elevate and  motivate beyond client's expectations, this small but spunky company is making a large impact on the local digital scene. read on…
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