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Popular Walking Tours Showcasing Cincinnati’s Evolution Since 1940s To Return This June

After hosting a series of city walking tours last summer, Max Grinnell will be bringing them back in June for Cincinnati due to what he considers one of the best environments for them.

COMMENTARY: “Starchitecture” Is Not The Enemy Of Urbanism

Urbanists often deride architects - and so-called "starchitects" - for the ills of our cities' urban form. This, however, shouldn't be the case and urbanists shouldn't view architects as the enemy.

LOT Expo Looking to Tackle Problem of Vacant Properties Throughout City

There are some 8,000 properties in the City of Cincinnati that sit vacant without any structures on them. This is a problem that a group of advocates are looking to address with creative, yet frugal, solutions.

Stars Aligning for Cincinnati to Chicago High-Speed Rail

As each month passes, it appears that the stars are continuing to align for daily passenger rail service from Cincinnati to Indianapolis and Chicago. Such a move would then set the stage for future high-speed rail operations.

DownTowne Listening Room Finding Its Niche inside the historic Shillito Building’s Club Room

While there have been some initial struggles, DownTowne Listening Room appears to be finding its niche in the Cincinnati music scene with its intimate performances in the historic Shillito Building's Club Room.