by Steven Rosen
6 days ago
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Watch someone win $15,000 tomorrow night
Eight finalists in ArtWorks' Big Pitch competition will each get a five-minute business-pitch session before a panel of judges and a live audience tomorrow night, starting at 6 p.m. at the American Sign Museum, 1330 Monmouth St. in Camp Washington. The judges will decide the $15,000 grand prize winner; the audience will pick a $5,000 winner. Two runners-up will receive professional services from Dinsmore & Shohl; Clark, Schaeffer, Hackett and Co.; and/or LPK. Seated tickets for this event are sold-out but standing-room tickets are still available at artworkscincinnati.org.Check out the finalists:The Canopy Crew, owner Django Kroner ArtWorks Big Pitch Finalist: Canopy Crew from ArtWorks Cincinnati on Vimeo.Chocolats Latour, owner Shalini Latour ArtWorks Big Pitch Finalist: Chocolats Latour from ArtWorks Cincinnati on Vimeo.Golden Hour Moving Pictures, owner C. Jacqueline Wood ArtWorks Big Pitch Finalist: Golden Hour Moving Pictures from ArtWorks Cincinnati on Vimeo.Heather Britt Dance Collective, owner Heather Britt ArtWorks Big Pitch Finalist: Heather Britt Dance Collective from ArtWorks Cincinnati on Vimeo.Madisono’s Gelato and Sorbet, owner Matt Madison ArtWorks Big Pitch Finalist: Madisono's Gelato and Sorbet from ArtWorks Cincinnati on Vimeo.Modern Misfit Classic Genius, co-owner Cordario Collier ArtWorks Big Pitch Finalist: Modern Misfit Classic Genius from ArtWorks Cincinnati on Vimeo.Noble Denim, owner Chris Sutton ArtWorks Big Pitch Finalist: Noble Denim from ArtWorks Cincinnati on Vimeo.Steam Whistle Letterpress and Design, owner Brian Stuparyk ArtWorks Big Pitch Finalist: Steam Whistle Letterpress from ArtWorks Cincinnati on Vimeo.
Over-the-Rhine-based Roadtrippers.com wants to be your go-to travel destination
1 Comment · Wednesday, May 22, 2013
This weekend kicks off the official summer
travel season, which means May to September is ripe for taking road
trips. Instead of stopping at prosaic chain restaurants advertised along
the interstate, let the Cincinnati-based startup Roadtrippers.com plan
your ultimate expedition.
5 Comments · Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Tim Willig is awesome and he has the
business cards to prove it. The shoe and leather repairman doesn’t have
“cobbler” written anywhere on his aforementioned business cards. Rather,
the official title listed for the owner/operator of Awesome Time Shoe
and Leather Repair simply reads: “Awesome Guy.”
0 Comments · Wednesday, April 3, 2013
The Northside Bridal Expo at bar/event
space Mayday has gathered a group of local and independent businesses
that understand the concept of different and put them all in one place
so your unconventional, individual wedding ideas — from catering and
floral to planning and makeup — can come to life.
0 Comments · Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Kelsey Kalnow started as a collector,
grabbing up unique vintage items, stocking her closet and selling what
she didn’t want. Today, she’s an entrepreneur; the creative and driving
force behind global plus-size clothing line Unholy Hips.
0 Comments · Tuesday, February 26, 2013
It was the ever-evolving OTR landscape of empty lots and abandoned Italianate buildings that inspired Michael Stout to create what is arguably VisuaLingual’s most recognizable product — muslin vegetation bundles called “Seed Bombs.”
0 Comments · Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Hamilton Avenue in Northside is home to a
slew of eclectic storefronts like Melt and Shake It Records, and, since
April, Northsiders have enjoyed The Listing Loon as a place to swing by
and load up on bottles of hand-selected microbrews by a couple of
Cincinnati’s tenured bartenders.
Rake’s End transforms from motorcycle club to artsy drinkery
2 Comments · Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Jerome Jaffe is a character. With his thick New York
accent, wiry frame, perma-five o’clock shadow and penchant for
misnomers, he’s kind of a minor celebrity in his home base of Brighton
in the West End. He recently bought Rake’s End from
long-time area resident/developer Fred Lane, and is determined to
see the bar succeed.