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What Cincinnati can learn from Detroit

In a recent city-to-city knowledge exchange dubbed CitySwap, a group of professionals working on Greater Downtown Cincinnati Development traveled to Detroit to tour inspiring projects and places throughout the Motor City. Here's what they discovered.

"Die Empty" author Todd Henry hosts local event

If you want to learn how to reclaim your passion, find your voice and unleash your brilliance every day, join Soapbox Thursday for a special event with Todd Henry, author of the new book "Die Empty: Unleash Your Best Work Every Day."

UpTech offers unique opportunity for informatics-fueled startups in NKY

UpTech, Northern Kentucky's newest startup incubator, is on a mission to establish a place where graduates from NKU’s College of Informatics can find employment or start their own businesses built on managing the massive amounts of data being collected by companies, social media sites and health care providers.

OTR A.D.O.P.T. takes matchmaking approach to preserving properties

Nonprofit OTR A.D.O.P.T. matches deteriorating historical buildings with individuals and small developers committed to preserving and enriching the historical fabric of Over-the-Rhine.

Turning trash into treasure, creative reuse movement boosts urban economies

Geared toward artists, teachers, parents and crafters seeking raw materials, creative reuse centers have been popping up across the U.S. They’re treasure troves of creative possibilities for anyone with an artistic mindset.

Playhouse artistic associate chronicles Cincinnati's King Records in new play

KJ Sanchez, founder and CEO of American Records and current artistic associate at Cincinnati’s Playhouse in the Park, has spent years finding valuable stories that chronicle our time. Her most recent work tells the story of Cincinnati's King Records.

Sarah Whitman joins Soapbox as Managing Editor

Soapbox's new Managing Editor Sarah Whitman is excited to see her past and future converge in inspiring initiatives that celebrate both great design and the great city of Cincinnati.

Todd Henry urges readers to "Die Empty"

In his brand-new book, speaker and creative guru Todd Henry instructs readers on how to live a life without regret. Here he shares those principles and talks about why Cincinnati is one of the best places for startups and entrepreneurs.

Jillian Zatta of Lisnr finds community and pride in Cincinnati

Jillian Zatta left a job in finance in New York City to take a chance on working for a Cincinnati-based startup. Now she can't imagine living or working anywhere else.

Fine Fellows: Max Eisenberg has entreprenuership in his blood

With graduation drawing near, Max Eisenberg eschewed a career in investment banking and accepted a fellowship at Blue Ash-based Ilesfay through Venture For America. Find out what's next for this born and bred entrepreneur.

National startup conference aims to bring together entrepreneurs and venture capitalists

More than 1,000 entrepreneurs from coast to coast will meet in Cincinnati at the end of September to showcase their ideas and business prospects at the Everywhere Else Cincinnati conference.

D2 Cincinnati event takes consumer-focused marketing to the next level

This week's D2 conference is the first to focus on customer centricity—putting an organization’s customers at the center of business and marketing decisions.

Cincinnati's second annual Diner en Blanc draws thousands decked in white

Cincinnati's second annual Diner en Blanc drew 1,750 people clad in all white attire and tablescapes to six surprise locations Saturday night. See the highlights in our slideshow.

Entrepreneurial UC grads roll out first batches of their unique products

Whether designing guitars or sustainable sweaters, two local up-and-coming entrepreneurs have been using their passions to inspire unique and functional products.

An urban girl's guide to baseball, hot dogs and Midwestern gems

A baseball fan and foodie finds the heartland's hidden gems in a six-game, six-day, six-city baseball tour of Midwestern ballparks.
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