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Anna Louise Inn Supporters to Rally at Western & Southern

Community coalesces on International Women's Day for the Inn

{CommentsCant} · Friday, March 8, 2013
There will be a giant swarm of purple in front of the Western & Southern headquarters (400 Broadway St.) in Lytle Park beginning at noon today in support of the Anna Louise Inn, which provides shelter to low-income women, to coincide with   

A Neighborhood of One’s Own

Opening of Horseshoe Casino is just the latest step for up-and-coming Pendleton neighborhood

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 6, 2013
The neighborhood of Pendleton is not what it once was, and if the newly minted Horseshoe Casino has anything to do with it, nor what it will be in the next few years.   

Cincinnati vs. The World 03.06.2013

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 6, 2013
In what feels like an effort to make life even more glum for the baby gorilla already rejected by its mother at the Texas zoo where it was born, Cincinnati Zoo has dubbed the recently adopted infant “Gladys.” Gladys. CINCINNATI -2   

Over-the-Rhine Eco Garden Could Be Forced to Relocate

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Leaders of a quiet Over-the-Rhine civic garden that harvests produce like peaches, tomatoes, garlic and blackberries to sell at Findlay Market are worried they could be forced to relocate after nearly 15 years.    
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Seelbach Announces "Plan S" Budget Alternative

Third proposal would include ballot amendments, $5 million in spending cuts

{CommentsCant} · Friday, March 1, 2013
City Councilmember Chris Seelbach this afternoon released a third alternative to City Manager Milton Dohoney Jr.'s budget plans, both of which have received negative feedback from the public.

Like Dohoney's "Plan B" (read about that here), Plan S would not lease t...  
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Cinfolk: Sara Bornick

{CommentsCant} · Thursday, February 28, 2013
In “Cinfolk,” I ask interesting Cincinnati people doing interesting Cincinnati things questions I’d never get to ask for a traditional news story; the more interviews I do as a writer, the more I find myself daydreaming about what makes these people tick, aside from what I'd usually get to share in a traditional news story. For the inaugural Cinfolk ...  
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Over-the-Rhine Eco Garden Could Be Forced to Relocate

Main Street spot is being eyed for CitiRama 2014

{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Leaders of a quiet Over-the-Rhine civic garden that harvests produce like peaches, tomatoes, garlic and blackberries to sell at Findlay Market are worried they could be forced to relocate after calling the same spot home since 1998.

CitiRama, a partnership between the Cincinnati Homebuilders Association and the city of Cincinnati that holds annual or biannual home shows on chosen urban plo...  

Event: Night Owl Market Kickoff

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Last spring, two ladies with a mutual love for food and downtown Cincinnati changed the landscape of local late-night munchies forever when they launched Night Owl Market, the monthly gathering/  

Event: 2013 Northside Female Drag Queen of the Year Pageant

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Northside non-profit Caracole, which provides safe and affordable housing and support services to people and families living with HIV/AIDS, knows how to put the “fun” in “fundraiser” — w  

Cincinnati vs. The World 02.27.2013

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Downtown Cincinnati is on track to receive its own high-end grocery store on the ground level of the proposed apartment complex at Fourth and Race streets; it’s supposed to focus heavily on fresh produce, something the area has lacked widespread access to for years. CINCINNATI +2