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How the arts inspire change in Detroit

In Detroit, art isn’t just something to look at. The city’s rich artistic tradition has been an essential ingredient for cultivating community resilience, engagement and vitality.

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Could you rely on your car less? Metro thinks so and wants to help

In October, Metro is challenging Cincinnatians — particularly young professionals — to go car-free as part of its tri*Metro campaign, offering tools, support and social sharing opportunities. Will you get on board?

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9 More Cincy blogs to follow

In this two-part series, we look at the women behind some of the Greater Cincinnati area's most beloved blogs. This week, we focus on blogs that cover music, history, family, art, photography and inspiration. If you're not reading the words of these witty and wise women, you're missing out!

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Can small ideas add up to big change for cities? 13 projects that prove they can (VIDEO)

Urban revitalization is not built on stadiums and skyscrapers alone. Vibrant cities begin with passionate people working on the ground, doing the creative heavy lifting to make their communities better. Leading up to Urban Innovation Exchange Sept. 24-26 in Detroit, we take a look at 13 small projects with big potential.

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Our Harvest: Growing a new type of food business

Cincinnati’s Our Harvest Cooperative, the first union worker-owned food cooperative in the U.S., is focused on sustaining not only the environment, but also living-wage jobs for farmers.  

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What smart cities can learn from Denver

Fueled by collaboration, the Mile High City is investing in transit-oriented development while also preserving its historic neighborhoods. Denver has gained 50,000 new residents in the past four years, outpacing its suburbs and most other metro areas.

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Girl-Powered: 9 Must-Read Cincinnati Bloggers

In this two-part series, we look at the women behind some of the Greater Cincinnati area's most beloved blogs. This week, we focus on blogs that cover local food, drinks, to-dos and general musings about urban living. If you're not reading the words of these witty and wise women, you're missing out!

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How working in OTR cured my cynicism about Cincinnati

Roadtrippers intern and Miami U senior Erica Griffith explains how spending the summer in Over-the-Rhine changed her perspective on Cincinnati and helped her redefine her notion of home.

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Co-working options grow thanks to Cincinnati's expanding pool of independent professionals

Co-working has had a foothold in Cincinnati for many years, and the options for workers looking for collaborative office space have continued to grow. Here are 6 co-working shops for independent workers who still want to drink from the proverbial water cooler.

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My Soapbox: Chef Daniel Wright, Senate, Abigail Street, Pontiac BBQ

With a third restaurant due to open next month, this seemed like the ideal time to chat with Senate and Abigail Street owner/chef Daniel Wright about Cincinnati’s emerging food culture. Sitting at what he claimed was the 'romantic table' by the front window at Abigail Street, we did exactly that.

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Cincinnati's best workplace perks

In an age of job jumping, shifting and climbing, these four Cincinnati companies are endearing themselves to their employees, building loyalty and longevity with workplace perks that go far beyond cool décor and free coffee.

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Small-scale, big deal: UIX invites urban innovators to exchange ideas in Detroit

Cities are reinventing themselves in creative new ways. Can small-scale projects have big impact? Join the Urban Innovation Exchange this Sept. 24-26 in Detroit to explore creative projects driving neighborhood transformation and trade ideas for the future.

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Rethinking Philanthropy: People's Liberty invests in people, place

A new philanthropic lab is granting money and resources directly to civic-minded individuals who have innovative ideas to help accelerate the positive transformation of Greater Cincinnati.

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UC's DAAP Students and DCI team up to re-envision Downtown Cincinnati

After many semesters of international travel, more than 60 students from UC's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning recently re-envisioned downtown Cincinnati in an end-of-the-semester project.  

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OTR couple transforms home into music venue

At first glance, 213 Orchard St. is simply a beautiful, two-story brick home nestled in historic Over-The-Rhine. But throughout the year, music lovers Liz and John McEwan transform the first-floor library of their home into the 213 Listening Room — a private venue for concerts, film screenings and poetry readings. 
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