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Brunch bunch: crowds hungry for fresh choices by city's chefs

Cincinnati's brunch scene is sizzling with creative dishes baked from scratch by the region's top chefs. Their ever-changing menus range from the ridiculous—crispy pork and shrimp fried rice with a fried egg and Flamin' Hot Cheetos—to the sublime—try French toast with Rogue Mocha Porter maple syrup.

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On OFFF: Designers that will blow you away

Even if you didn't get a chance to attend the sold-out OFFF event hosted by the Contemporary Arts Center, you can still experience the mind-blowing designers' work from the comfort of your computer. Slideshow by Soapbox's own mind-blowing photographer, Scott Beseler.

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Old kids on the block: Calhoun cornerstones offer alternatives

As U Square at the Loop looms large, long-standing Calhoun Street businesses in Clifton hope for a long-awaited resurgence.

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Anchor districts emerge as powerful players in bid to shape new metropolis

In Cincinnati, Cleveland and East Baltimore, major employers are anchoring massive new developments in a full-on effort to remake their cities. Strong partnerships and shared visions are essential elements for success.

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My Soapbox: Sandra E. Spataro, NKU

With degrees from Stanford and Berkeley, Sandra Spataro brings experience from Silicon Valley and teaching stints at Yale and Cornell to her students at Northern Kentucky University. She chose to work at NKU because it offered not only a diverse student population, but a chance to focus on what she calls "up-close-and-personal" teaching.

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Nights out Cincinnati

One weekend. Two nights of Cincinnati. Soapbox's managing photographer Scott Beseler tours the Art of Food in Covington and the Platter Party in Brighton. The result? A taste of fashion, music and fun in the city. Video by Scott Beseler.

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Cincinnati's newest dream team: The faces of Cintrifuse

The Cintrifuse venture capital team is already working on supporting the region's entrepreneurial ecosystem. Now, it's time to see how The Rainmaker, The Money Man, The Go Getter, The Teacher, The Connector, The Youngster and The Magician Behind the Curtain plan to get down to business.

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Success by Six jumpstarts learning for youngest students

From prenatal care to kindergarten and at every milestone in between, Success By Six guides Greater Cincinnati's youngest learners on their journey from cradle to career.

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My Soapbox: Cate Yellig, Art Director, City of Covington

Cate Yellig knows how to build things. And how to use a blowtorch. The City of Covington's new art director talks economic development, world travels and how the region has become a magnet for talented, smart entrepreneurs and artists.

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Soapdish: Cincy Crit

Soapbox provocateur Casey Coston takes on architectural shortcomings of the city's latest developments and offers three words of actionable advice: Demand better, Cincinnati.

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Know Theatre's artistic innovations extend past stage

Between crowdfunding successes, subscription innovations and artist support initiatives, Know Theatre has become a trailblazer in Over-the-Rhine’s arts scene.

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Cool jobs in the city: Hanging with the Dead Sea Scrolls

While some actors and actresses wait tables between stints on stage, 24-year-old Brittany Barker talks the Dead Sea Scrolls with guests at the Cincinnati Museum Center, where she works as a Visitation Enhancement Specialist.

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School-based Health Centers offer innovative approach to educational barriers

The arithmetic is pretty simple. Medical care plus students equals a boost in attendance and graduates. That's why Cincinnati Public Schools’ school-based health center nurses offer preventive and follow-up healthcare, as well as old-fashioned TLC, to a growing number of students.

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Chefs unchained: Hen of the Woods expands local underground menu options

Fine dining is getting a makeover in Cincinnati. The city’s newest underground dining cove, Hen of the Woods, has chef Nick Marckwald pushing the boundaries of creative cuisine in ways most restaurant chefs can only dream of.

Playing to Win: A Night with A.G. Lafley, Feb. 7

Join Soapbox and Joseph-Beth Booksellers as we welcome former Procter & Gamble Chairman and CEO, A.G. Lafley, to launch his new book, "Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works," on Thursday, Feb. 7.
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