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Happy Thanksgiving

Soapbox is on hiatus this week as we take time to celebrate Thanksgiving with our families. Look for updated content and a new newsletter on December 2. Happy Thanksgiving!

Elevating Our Environment: Cincinnati Design Awards recognizes 17 outstanding projects

Recently, 255 design professional gathered at the Contemporary Arts Center to honor the year's best projects in architecture, interior design, landscape design and experiential design.

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My Soapbox: Chris Bergman, Choremonster

OTR-based startup Choremonster is riding a huge wave of momentum following a four-month stint in the Disney Accelerator. We recently caught up with CEO Chris Bergman.

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Four Cincinnati startups that could change the world

These four Cincinnati startups are making moves to improve both the local economy and quality of life. If they succeed, humanity will be all the better.

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My Soapbox: Ben Cochran, Soap Floats Recording

A Cincinnati native with a lifelong musical infatuation, Ben Cochran is the creative force behind Soap Floats, a collaborative recording studio in Columbia-Tusculum.

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Man on fire: Xavier innovation center head taps into region's creative mindset

After a 20-year career of connecting with creatives at organizations such as The Walt Disney Company, Shawn Nason is finding his motto of "Innovation isn't work, it's a lifestyle" seamlessly carrying over into academia.

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Cincinnati Design Awards honors wide range of local projects

This Friday, the Cincinnati Design Awards will celebrate Greater Cincinnati's best architecture, interior design, graphic design and landscape architecture projects.

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How public art is building safer, stronger neighborhoods in Detroit

Forget your ideas about giant abstract sculptures on museum lawns. In Detroit, public art is an essential part of community life.

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Community leaders push to make Cincinnati the most immigrant-friendly city in America

Cincinnati ranks as one of the best cities to raise a family, to start or expand a business, and (no surprise) to eat ice cream. Now a group of nearly 100 prominent Cincinnatians led by Mayor Cranley wants to add one more designation to that list—The Most Immigrant Friendly City in America.  

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Greater Cincinnati's 10 Most Anticipated Development Projects

Today it seems that construction is everywhere. Developments are popping up overnight, and long-time residents and recent transplants are breathing life back into the city, while new projects are being announced every day. Here's a field guide to good things coming to Cincinnati.

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Group celebrates 50 years of saving buildings and improving neighborhoods

In a culture obsessed with the newest, biggest and brightest things, some of our most valuable assets can be neglected to the point where their very presence becomes a blight to the community. The Cincinnati Preservation Association is our city’s local preservation hero, stepping in to speak for historic buildings, artwork, cultural sites and infrastructure that would otherwise be on the slate for demolition.

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Want to get people back to work? Fill the basic skills gap

Low-income workers like Tawnee McCluskey often lack the basic skills needed to find a good job. To bridge the gap, experts says it's essential to invest in training. Yet despite millions of people out of work, programs are hard to find.

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Great Parks help attract, retain and connect young professionals

Whether you enjoy the challenge of a strenuous hike or prefer to sit quietly and watch the fireflies next to a campfire, there are countless activities at Cincinnati's local parks to help young professionals disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. 

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Meet four locals who are living the dream in Cincinnati

From the founder of a local food startup to parents who chose to adopt internationally, find out about four Cincinnatians who are living the dream right here in the Queen City — and how you can, too.

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Action Speaks Volumes: Lessons from Detroit's Urban Innovation Exchange

In an effort to better share, scale and replicate transformative work taking place throughout our region, People's Liberty's program director reveals a few lessons learned from the sideline in Detroit — and from the front line in Cincinnati.
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