They stand like soldiers and define our downtown. The staircase roofline of Atrium Two. Procter & Gamble’s iconic twin towers. The majestic skyward march...
Eric Kearney isn’t shy. In a well-tailored suit offset with a snazzy pocket square, he is alight in a room full of people, introducing...
Tracy Brumfield, a former heroin addict and inmate, founded RISE, a monthly newspaper printed for and written by inmates in Cincinnati jails.
How “Chicken” Nick Motz grew from a river-loving local boy to the man with a plan to revive an entire neighborhood.
“It’s a nod to the type of relationship we’re trying to develop with coffee producers.”
“I dreaded when ‘corporate’ would visit the stores. I never wanted that attitude in my shop.”
“We help companies become wiser through data. Wiser.com was already taken, so we took Wyzerr.com.”
For years, the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati organized volunteer-led walking tours, which could be a headache. Executive director Stephen Sendelbeck realized an app could do the heavy lifting, and ArchiTour Cincinnati was born. You tap a dot on the maps; the building’s bio and photos pop up. Pick a tour, any tour.
HyperloopUC, a team of 60, has progressed further into the SpaceX competition.
As shopping websites go, this one is bare bones—two-cups-and-a-string. The anti-Jetsons. Nothing at all like Amazon or Zappos. And yet it is amazing. Life altering. It is virtual grocery shopping and I hope it never, ever goes away.