This spring, Cincinnati will host its first-ever Culinary Fight Club event. Chefs will compete in a taco round in April, a pantry race in September and a seafood competition in October.
Cincinnati is participating in Brackets For Good’s annual fundraising tournament, which will provide 57 local nonprofits exposure, donations and the opportunity to collect a $10,000 grand prize grant.
On April 11, a combined orchestra, made up of students from Indian Hill, Mariemont and Madeira high schools, will perform under the conductorship of the Cincinnati Pops’ John Morris Russell.
University of Cincinnati will host the second annual NEXTLIVESHERE: Social Change Innovation Summit March 2-4, with a goal of brainstorming to solve problems in the community.
Table registration is now open for the 15th annual Neighborhood Summit, where leaders and residents join to share ideas for improving the quality of life across Greater Cincinnati.
ANDalyze was developed in the chemistry labs at the University of Illinois. The technology uses DNA enzymes to detect and measure water contaminants with portable testing units; with the help of Pipeline H2O, the company is looking to broaden its scope.
Kroger will exit Walnut Hills next month, leaving a sizable gap in the community's food resources. Soapbox looks at what neighborhood leaders are doing, both short- and long-term, to address the issue.
For decades, a "boomerang" effect saw creative talent returning to Cincinnati, but only after achieving success elsewhere. Now that paradigm is shifting, thanks to partnerships forged by one of our most respected institutions, the Art Academy of Cincinnati.
For the third straight year, Impact 100 has sustained its member base and will again offer four local nonprofits grants of $101,000 each.
Four Ohio economic developers, including one from REDI Cincinnati, made the list of the top 50 in the country.
A new event series from Dooley Media will showcase companies in Cincinnati that are effectively using social media to build their brand.
Securing the Future — an annual conference aimed at helping nonprofits build their resources and skills — will take place Feb. 23 at Xavier University.
Searen is no stranger to the #StartupCincy scene. A graduate of OCEAN’s inaugural class, Searen is now joining the first cohort of the Pipeline H2O water-tech accelerator program based at The Hamilton Mill.
Today, People's Liberty is launching a new storefront space and inviting the community to share resources, connections and brainpower with others.
After attracting more than 300,000 users to its personal shopping tool, Cladwell's creators experienced a wake-up call that transformed their model toward helping consumers make simpler, more socially conscious wardrobe choices.
For more than 25 years, Women Writing for (a) Change has provided a safe, supportive environment for developing writers. Looking to the future, organizers outline a process that emphasizes intention setting and feedback.