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Original Soapbox series tells story of what's reshaping Cincinnati's neighborhoods

If you missed one of the community profiles featured in our Hot 'Hoods series, here's your chance to find out more about the five neighborhoods set to flourish in 2014. You might be surprised by our picks.

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How Cincinnati stole my heart

Soapbox's founding publisher isn't a Cincinnati native, nor did she feel much love for the city when she first arrived here 15 years ago. Yet she's an engaged resident and passionate champion of Cincinnati now. Find out how the Queen City won her over.

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Hot 'Hoods: Madisonville

This week marks the final installment of our Hot 'Hoods series, featuring neighborhoods poised for growth in 2014. We asked key community members from Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky to share their insights on how they expect their communities to develop this year.

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SpringBoard changes name, develops new curriculum

Starting with the next session that begins March 19, the SpringBoard business-development program will become CO.STARTERS, and participants will be encouraged to build and test small models before writing detailed business plans.

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Hot 'Hoods: Evanston

This week we unveil our fourth neighborhood poised for growth in 2014. In this six-week series, we asked key community members from Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky to share their insights on how they expect their communities to develop this year.

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An alternate path to a four-year-degree

New and broader credit transfer agreements between two- and four-year colleges put bachelor’s degrees within reach for a growing number of students in Greater Cincinnati.

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Hot 'Hoods: Price Hill

This month, we're shining a spotlight on neighborhoods that are poised for growth in 2014. We asked key community members from Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky to share their insights on how they expect their communities to develop this year and what big initiatives will shape their pockets of the city.

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Why 'resilience' should be Cincinnati's new mantra

Cincinnati faces a unique opportunity: to lead in the national transition from outdated economic development methods to a new approach. And it's going to take resilience to make it happen.

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MLK Ph.D. program fuels 21st century activism

This week, students and scholars from around the country will meet in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for Union Institute & University's MLK studies residency.

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Hot 'Hoods: Walnut Hills

Over the next several weeks, we will shine a spotlight on neighborhoods that are poised for growth in 2014. We asked key community members from Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky to share their insights on how they expect their communities to develop this year and what big initiatives will shape their pockets of the city.

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Downtown Ambassadors keep streets clean and visitors safe

As the holidays bring more visitors to Cincinnati’s city center, Downtown Ambassadors work to make the streets hospitable, clean and safe.

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Soapdish: Haile Mary Miracle?

Resident streetcar expert Casey Coston helps make sense of the recent streetcar saga and issues a mandate for learning from past mistakes to protect Cincinnati's future.

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Cincinnati's Minority Business Accelerator is model for economic inclusion

With a decade of helping minority-owned businesses flourish under its belt, Cincinnati's Minority Business Accelerator is now serving as a model for other chambers of commerce across the country.

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Dual enrollment makes college more affordable by giving kids a head start

University tuition just got a little bit cheaper. Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky high schools have partnered with local colleges to offer broad catalogues of free and reduced-cost dual enrollment courses to high school juniors and seniors.

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Shannan Boyer balances a business, a blog and two boys

Whether writing a blog post about a great pizza joint or helping a client boost her business through social media, Shannan Boyer—founder of Family Friendly Cincinnati and Scooter Media—defines success as a happy client.
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