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Art Academy of Cincinnati celebrates OTR relocation

The Art Academy of Cincinnati has experienced major growth and change after settling in its new home in Over-the-Rhine.

Taste of Belgium expands with Gateway Quarter bistro

Jean-Francois Fletchet is taking his waffles to a brand new space, opening the Taste of Belgium Bistro at the end of August at the corner of 12th and Vine Streets in Over-the-Rhine.

PIPPIN Kicks off Carnegie’s Diverse Theater Season

The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center kicks off its 2011-2012 season with the provocative tale of young Pippin’s relentless journey through...

Park+Vine adds new vegan lunch offerings

Starting today, earth-friendly corner store Park+Vine will begin offering a variety of lunch time fare during the week as an expansion to their grocery...

Residents Take Stand Against Proposed Highway Through Cincinnati’s Eastern Neighborhoods

Cincinnati communities are lining up against what appears to be a veiled highway project through the city's eastern neighborhoods. Community councils and residents are now speaking out over the Eastern Corridor project which seems to be not much more than a piece of the $809M highway project first publicly highlighted by UrbanCincy in January 2011.