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Local banks and schools partner to teach kids financial responsibility

As the senior class of 2014 prepares to be the first graduating under Ohio’s new economics and financial literacy curriculum requirements, banks in Cincinnati are partnering with schools and nonprofits to push financial education further than ever for students as early as preschool and through to 12th grade.

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My Soapbox: Jessica Reading, Page Center for Entrepreneurship at Miami University

Jessica Reading is Assistant Director for the Page Center for Entrepreneurship at Miami University, where her responsibilities include developing and deploying experiential programs, and advising students interested in pursuing entrepreneurship opportunities.

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Happy Thanksgiving & Hannukah

Soapbox is taking a break next week to give our staff time off to celebrate Thanksgiving and Hannukah. We are grateful for all of our devoted readers and wish you a wonderful holiday.

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CityLink grows while poverty shrinks

With poverty in Cincinnati hovering at almost double the national average, CityLink Center, which celebrates its one-year anniversary this week, is helping residents become self-sustaining through a holistic approach that includes educational services, financial education and employment assistance.

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How technology, health care and community partnerships are transforming local education

As the evolution of culture and society influence learning, the way forward for Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky public schools is through creative thinking about where to form partnerships and how to steer trends.

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Hanke Exchange envisioned as business gateway between OTR and downtown

The Hanke Exchange is a collective rebranding of five buildings on Main Street from Reading Road to Michael Bany Way. With it, the Stough Group answers the revitalization boom on Vine Street by planting seeds for new, office-user tenant growth to revive its block of Over-the-Rhine.

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Cincinnati to host forum on the future of urban life

Future Cities; Livable Futures is a free symposium taking place at the Contemporary Arts Center in November. The event will bring world-renowned visionaries to Cincinnati to provoke critical thinking about the future of urban development within an accessible, public forum.

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Living Lodge: A new type of venue for musicians and fans

Soapbox photographer and avid supporter of local music Scott Beseler is opening The Lodge to give traveling musicians a taste of hospitality that is customary abroad.

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Isaac Selya brings 21st century innovation to opera in Cincinnati

One phrase that doesn't usually get brought into the discussion when talking about innovation is "classical music." In Cincinnati, Isaac Selya is changing that perception as founder and artistic director of Queen City Chamber Opera.

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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.

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"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."

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.
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