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Cincy's Beautiful Game

The Cincinnati Saints soccer club continues to develop its program and fan base

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Cincinnati has a rich and proud history when it comes to sports. With the Reds and Bengals being the most recognized teams in the immediate area, it’s hard for others to make a name for themselves.  

Locals Join the Push for Men's Roller Derby

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 29, 2014
As the Cincinnati Junior Rollergirls clatter around Colerain’s The Skatin’ Place track, Mark “Tink” Weber sits relaxed with his arms spread across the back of a bench seat.   

Garden Karma

Grow It Forward Gardens promotes healthy food access and community engagement

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 16, 2014
For garden visionary Chris Smyth, sustainability coordinator of neighborhood nonprofit Price Hill Will (PHW), an empty yard is more than a patch of dirt. It’s a blank canvas.  

Cincy Sundaes Provides Platform for Community Development

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Kristine Frech and Erika Fiola are looking for ideas. Good ones. And they have ice cream. Frech and Fiola created Cincy Sundaes, a collaborative opportunity that provides a space for locals to hear or pitch ideas that benefit the city.
  

Thrifting of Champions, or Hello Blue Novel

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Bethany Atchison did not expect to find anything besides a compelling satire between the covers of Kurt Vonnegut’s Breakfast of Champions when she recently bought the book at the Valley Thrift Store in Evendale.
  

MainStrasse Shop Supports Fair Trade Practices for Global Change

1 Comment · Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Few concerts inspire people to change the world. They might inspire you to drink another beer or grind ferociously on some guy in a flannel shirt, but to actually change the world?  

Luck of the Irish

Cincinnati's Irish Heritage Center promotes a celebration of culture beyond Saint Patrick's Day

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Much like their Irish ancestors who immigrated to America before them, husband and wife Kent Covey and Maureen Kennedy were immigrants in their own right when they moved to Cincinnati from New York and California, respectively.   

Women Helping Women Raises Awareness, Resources for Sexual Assault Survivors

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Founded in 1973, Women Helping Women (WHW) began as a community-based, feminist response to the many unmet needs of local women.   

The Powers That Beard

Social acceptance and curiosity shape the facial hair trends of the Queen City

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 5, 2014
If you’ve ever wondered what life in Cincinnati looked like in the early 1900s, just ride your self-repaired bicycle to the Mariemont Barber Shop for a quick grooming with a straight razor.  

School of Snacks

Local start-up sends health-minded care packages to college kids

1 Comment · Wednesday, February 26, 2014
After realizing that a niche to supply healthy snacks to college students existed, Cincinnati-based Marissa Hu and Andy Fortson founded Co-Ed Supply, a subscription-based start-up that targets the collegiate crowd by providing them with “college essentials” ranging from food to toiletries.
  

Tricks of the Trade

After six years in Newport, Gary Collins opens a second Galaxie Skateshop in Northside

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 19, 2014
If you do the math, Gary Collins has been skateboarding longer than a lot of the kids currently skating on a professional level have even been alive. But that doesn’t mean he’s not out there with those same guys, skating around the city...  

Kapturing Life

Local startup in production on "Instagram for audio" device

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 22, 2014
There’s probably been quite a few times in your life when you wished you recorded a snippet of a conversation — maybe someone told a funny joke, or you just wanted to remember an idea.  

Art As Activism

Joi Sears hopes to empower artists to change their world

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Cincinnati needs people like Joi Sears. The twentysomething actor/activist moved back to her hometown, Cincinnati, about a year ago after spending nearly a decade in New York and months — if not years, collectively — traveling abroad.  

Local Baristas Join Forces to Aid Injured Coffee Comrade

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Rhett Harkins, general manager of Price Hill’s BLOC Coffee Company, plummeted 60 feet from a cliff while hiking Haystack Rock in Kentucky’s Red River Gorge on Dec. 14. The injuries he sustained included a broken ankle, femur, hand and shoulder, along with a shattered heel.  

Foreign Objects

Hauschka brings prepared piano to the CAC for a Friday performance

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Thanks to the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC), Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music (CCM), concert:nova and MusicNow, New Music progressivism is alive and well — and building a devoted following — in Cincinnati.