Arts & Entertainment

Celebrate Summer at UrbanCincy’s July #URBANexchange

Join us this Thursday from 5:30-8:30pm for our monthly networking event. Due to the positive feedback we've received, URBANexchange is now held at Taste of Belgium's location on Short Vine.

Walking Tours from ‘Urbanologist’ Max Grinnell Return to Cincinnati

'Urbanologist' Max Grinnell will host a walking tour series titled 'Out of the Past: Tales from the Federal Writers Guide to Cincinnati On Foot.'

New Coffee shop Focuses on Community Connections

Urbana Café, at first operating out of a Vespa at Findlay Market, has opened it’s second brick and mortar location in East Walnut Hills this summer. However, this new location has an unexpected twist when you compare it to other coffee shops in the city: it’s decision to remain “unplugged.” Why? I spoke with owner Daniel Noguera to find out.

Foundation Event a Deep Dive into Bath House History

Highlighting the history of one of the neighborhoods more hidden quirks, the Over-the-Rhine Foundation will host an event later this month in a former bath house. The event called, "Taking the Plunge: History of Public Bath Houses" will be held on Thursday, Nov. 1 at 5:30 PM at the location of the former St. Mary's Baptist Church in Pendleton.

Flags for Neighborhoods go Beyond Games

Cincy Flags is an initiative that is looking to instill pride and place in Cincinnati through the design of a unique flag for each of the fifty-two neighborhoods. The flags will be designed through public input sessions where that input is then handed off to a designer who will apply finishing touches to the final flag design.