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Soapdish: A September of festivals to remember

September in Cincinnati's urban basin has emerged as a never-ending blowout festival celebration, so I took in its three biggies on consecutive weekends: the nascent Cincinnati Food + Wine Classic, the pubescent MidPoint Music Festival and the sprawling, middle-aged Oktoberfest Zinzinnati.

Hitsville U.S.A., home of the Motown Museum in Detroit

Hitsville vs. Soulsville: How Detroit and Memphis are embracing their soul music heritage

There were two rival labels and cities that defined soul music in the public consciousness, Hitsville (Detroit) and Soulsville (Memphis). What can those cities' efforts to preserve and embrace their music heritage teach Cincinnati?

Jeni Jenkinss

Neighborhood Heroes: Building community in Northside

Maybe you know Northside for its 4th of July Parade, cool restaurants and bars or collection of shops selling all things vintage. But residents will tell you their community is much more thanks to neighborhood heroes who focus on inclusion.


Freedom from objectivity led newspaper veteran Tom Callinan to a new life of activism

After forming Charitable Words to help nonprofits trumpet their message on multiple media platforms, ex-Enquirer Editor Tom Callinan now revels in his freedom from objectivity and emergence as an "activist."


Ode to Joy: When Rachel Roberts found yoga, she found a path to success

After Rachel Roberts bounced around from job to job, she found her calling in yoga, which led to a career path as founder of The Yoga Bar. Now she helps others find their own calling.
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Epipheo: Truth. Story. Love

Epipheo, headquartered in Cincinnati, tells stories that align with the company's core values: Truth. Story. Love. Video courtesy Epipheo.


Cincinnati growing Cincinnati

Find out how a new generation of entrepreneurs, from farmers and artisans to digital app developers, are making history as they build the future of Cincinnati, one idea at a time. Video courtesy of The Queen City Project.


Epi-ventures' Cincinnati deConstructed: Karen Kahle, Findlay Market

Six businesses that started in Findlay Market last year have already expanded to second locations outside of the historic space. Findlay's resource development director Karen Kahle explains the beauty of Market economics and its nurturing culture. Video courtesy Epi-Venture's Courtney Tsitouris.


GOOD ideas: New landscapes for local food deserts

Right now, one quarter of Cincinnati's population lives in a food desert—children, women and men lack access to healthy food options they can afford. It doesn't have to be this way. Watch one design team's solutions and see how you can help in this first in a series of GOOD Ideas for Cities videos created in partnership with GOOD magazine, the Niehoff Urban Studio, the Contemporary Arts Center and The Queen City Project.

Ohio's Third Frontier

Soapbox reminds you to get out and vote today!  Ohio Third Frontier represents an unprecedented and bipartisan commitment to expand Ohio's technological strengths and promote commercialization that leads to economic prosperity throughout Ohio. Designed to build world-class research programs, nurture early-stage companies, create jobs, and foster technology development that makes existing industries more productive, Ohio Third Frontier creates opportunity through innovation. Voting 'Yes' on Issue 1 in Ohio's statewide ballot Tuesday continues the forward thinking work of OTF.  Want to learn more?  Watch this week's video by Seven/Seventy-Nine in partnership with the Creative Department and Barking Fish.
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