Soapdish columnist Casey Coston explores Cincinnati's vinyl-making tradition through the eyes of venerated local practitioners who, along with much of the rest of the world, owe a debt of gratitude to the legendary musical pioneers at King Records.
It's spring, and consumers are decluttering their closets to make room for new seasonal purchases, or just to lighten the load. Startups like Cladwell are working to help consumers buy less and utilize their closets in new ways.
Dayton is home to its own startup ecosystem, and the second annual Dayton Startup Week will be held June 12-16. The five-day event will offer about 100 sessions, all for free.
An April 29 event at Boone County High School will feature innovative workshops and competitions for families, highlighting ongoing efforts by NKY Makerspace to raise interest in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) subjects.
For the second consecutive year, Beyond the Curb Urban Living Tour returns to Covington on April 30. This year's tour features 16 residences and businesses that showcase all that Covington has to offer.
As the heroin epidemic rages on nationally and at home, several area care providers are gaining recognition for their efforts to introduce alternative pain remedies like group counseling, acupuncture and muscle relaxation — with a heavy dose of holistic patient-provider interaction.
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center recently received a number of awards, including one for best exhibit for ENSLAVED: A Visual Story of Modern Day Slavery.
On May 6, the Cure Starts Now will celebrate 10 years at its Once in a Lifetime Gala & Auction, and with more than $7.3 million in research funded since the foundation’s inception, there’s a lot to celebrate.
fDi Intelligence recently released its list of cities of the future, and Cincinnati made it, mostly in part to the flurry of tech and startup activity here.
Collective Espresso currently operates out of brick-and-mortar coffee shops in Northside and Over-the-Rhine, and just recently, a mobile coffee truck was added to the blend.
SCORE Cincinnati is working to create programs and services to support female and minority entrepreneurs amid record growth for those and other underrepresented groups.