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How Cincinnnati's pro-streetcar campaigners won in the end

Ryan Messer and his grassroots group Believe in Cincinnati never took no for an answer. Read more.

PAR Projects is building a home for arts education and programming in Cincinnati's Northside

PAR Projects is building a home for arts education and programming in Cincinnati's Northside. Read more.

Publications see Pinterest as key ally

Local startup Ahalogy is featured in a recent article from The New York Times about Pinterest and publication. Read more.

Xavier University rated fifth in Midwest

For the 20th straight year, Xavier University is among the top 10 Midwest colleges and universities, according to the U.S. News & World Report rankings released last week.

From vacant to vibrant: Cincinnati's urban transformation

How a lot of money and a little luck brought one of the nation’s most dangerous neighborhoods back to life. Read more.

Cincinnati riots provide lessons for Ferguson

A former Cincinnati Enquirer writer who covered the 2001 Cincinnati riots offers his perspective on the most significant actions that brought calm and change. Read more.

Cincinnati offers lessons learned to Ferguson, Mo.

The trigger for civil unrest in Ferguson, Mo.—the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man by a police officer—has also provoked riots in American cities both small and large in the last two decades, including Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine. Find out what advice Cincinnati's leaders had for Ferguson. Read more.

UC ranked among world's 500 best universities

The University of Cincinnati has been included on a list of the world's 500 best universities. Three other Ohio universities made the list. Read more.

A battle cry for hospitality

In Esquire magazine's column The Spill, Cincinnati chef David Falk says down with the frauds, the fame chasing chefs and their edible pond scum dioramas. We need craveable food served with human empathy. Read more.

Cincinnati newspaper exec says Black Press 'as relevant as ever'

Walter L. White is senior vice president for Sesh Communications for the Cincinnati Herald—the longest operating African American newspaper in Cincinnati, with a circulation of nearly 20,000. Read more.

Introducing managing: Something had to change

You're the Boss is a New York Times blog offers an insider's perspective on small-business ownership. This week, Cincinnati's Fred Warmbier, owner of Finishing Technology Inc., shared his insights on running a small business. Read more.

P.G. Sittenfeld calls for a millennial shift in politics

29-year-old Cincinnati City Council Member and NewDEAL Leader P.G. Sittenfeld argues that millennials have the potential to transform politics—if they choose to run. Read more.

Newborn Buffalo Zoo rhino calf conceived with deceased Cincinnati Zoo rhino's sperm

The Cincinnati Zoo says a female Indian rhino calf born recently in New York was produced by artificial insemination using sperm from a now-dead Cincinnati rhino. Zoo officials call the calf born June 5 at the Buffalo Zoo a victory for endangered species. Read more.


 

Kentucky restaurant utilizes interesting alternative to tipping

There's a Kentucky restaurant that has completely abolished tipping, and contrary to what you might expect, it actually looks like it might be great for their servers. Read more.

Cincinnati Girl Scout troop creates 'Smile Campaign'

When it was time for the Girl Scouts of Troop 41645 in Cincinnati to choose their Bronze Award project, they came up with a simple but ambitious goal: To make the world a better place. And, after brainstorming ideas, they decided the best way to do that was simply to make people happier. Read more.
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