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Quality preschool key to lifelong success

Studies show that two years in a quality preschool can have an enormous impact on a child’s life trajectory — more than interventions at any other stage — but few families can afford it. Preschool Promise is a program aimed at closing that gap, and a new pilot program shows how universal access to quality preschool can work.

Alleys become pathways to urban revitalization

From Seattle to Cincinnati to Washington D.C., alleys are being reinvented as people-friendly spaces. Often perceived as dirty and dangerous, alleys are moving beyond garbage and garages to become havens for pedestrians, public art and small business.


Over the Rhine and Cincinnati Ballet team up for season finale

Hometown music duo Over the Rhine, who got their start while living in their namesake neighborhood 25 years ago, are teaming up with the Cincinnati Ballet this weekend to close out its 2013-2014 season. Check out their fun teaser video, which follows two dancers through the streets of Cincinnati with Over the Rhine's music as a backdrop.
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Starting a new business is easy, but creating stability, growth and long-term success involves planning and support. Greater Cincinnati is home to new and established incubators and accelerators that can help a startup thrive. Through these organizations, entrepreneurs can refine their business plans, seek out investment dollars, or hone services and products. These support organizations include CincyTech, Cincinnati Innovates, Hamilton County Business Center, Northern Kentucky ezone, Bad Girl Ventures, UpTech and the Brandery.


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Cincinnati's largest neighborhood, Westwood houses more than 30,000 residents in a six-mile area just directly west of downtown. With tree-lined streets and architecturally appealing homes, many parts of the neighborhood offer beautiful walking views. Westwood maintains its historic buildings such as the Westwood Town Hall, the firehouse, Westwood Elementary and Westwood Library. Even though the neighborhood savors its historical beginnings, renovations, new businesses and diverse young residents continue to be drawn to the west side. Henke Winery and Vitor's Bistro are among the favorite neighborhood restaurants, and the neighborhood is also home to Broadhope Art Collective and Madcap Puppets.