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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.


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.


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.


My Soapbox: Jodi Schmidtgoesling, Possible

Cincinnati native Jodi Schmidtgoesling takes on the world's top companies in her new role as branding giant Possible's chief client officer. The 35-year-old business leader also works to develop the culture of Possible as a fun, innovative and creative place to work. She talks with Soapbox about Cincinnati as a brand hub and finding inspiration in Disney characters.


Natural style: Local black women find support as they embrace their roots

Through ’Nati Naturalistas and Queen City Naturals, black women in Greater Cincinnati nurture their love of natural hair—and of themselves.


Hansbauer sees Findlay as haven for food entrepreneurs

Joe Hansbauer, a serial nonprofit entrepreneur and Cincinnati native, looks forward to expanding Findlay Market's impact in the city and the region in his new role as president and CEO of the Corporation for Findlay Market.


SpringBoard grads infuse city with creative startup energy

Laura Chenault took an abandoned garage on Spring Grove Avenue and transformed it into a space for everything from filming indie documentaries and music videos to hosting cooking classes, dinner parties and dance parties, too. But she didn’t do it alone.


City's health care ecosystem teems with entrepreneurship, innovation

When serial entrepreneur Mike Hooven founded the medical device startup AtriCure in 2000, Cincinnati was a swerve of the wheel for venture capitalists located on the coasts. But today, the city joins Boston and Minneapolis in the elite top three U.S. cities for developing medical devices.


The Kitchen Factory cooks up collaborative business model

The Kitchen Factory in Northside has been serving up pizza slices since July 1. But it's no ordinary pie shop. Its owner, Melissa Cox Howard, has come up with an entrepreneur-friendly business plan that you won’t find anywhere else in Cincinnati.  


$29.5M grant, neighbor-focused plans boost Avondale housing revitalization efforts

What happens when the city, neighborhood advocates and a national redevelopment firm collaborate to transform outdated and underutilized public housing in Avondale? They snag a $29.5M federal grant aimed at holistic renewal.


Soapbox Jobs, now powered by GigitJobs

At Soapbox, job listings have always been popular landing pages for regular readers, browsers and job seekers. Starting today, thanks to a partnership with local startup GigitJobs.com, readers can find even more creative and techie jobs for the taking in Greater Cincinnati. 


Soapbox special: A.G. Lafley, Playing to Win

Soapbox Media is proud to partner with JosephBeth Booksellers to present a special reception at Memorial Hall with A.G. Lafley, former Procter & Gamble CEO, as he discusses his new book, "Playing to Win." Get your tickets today!


Innov8 for Health breeds success by forcing failure

When it comes to the fast-evolving world of health care, Cincinnati's startup community is attracting fans from the White House on down, in part by focusing on fast failures as well as lasting ideas.


Ex-P&Gers find welcome in local start-up scene

A growing number of ex-P&Gers are branching out from the Ivory Towers and starting their own businesses, using the training and experience they gained at the brand-creating giant while pursuing their own entrepreneurial dreams.
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