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Cleaner and Greener: Cincinnati’s Sustainable Future

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 Is Cincinnati’s Connector in Chief

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...

Meet the Woman Creating a Newspaper for Inmates

Tracy Brumfield, a former heroin addict and inmate, founded RISE, a monthly newspaper printed for and written by inmates in Cincinnati jails.

Meet the Man Behind the East End Revival

How “Chicken” Nick Motz grew from a river-loving local boy to the man with a plan to revive an entire neighborhood.

Creative Class: Adam Shaw, Deeper Roots Coffee

“It’s a nod to the type of relationship we’re trying to develop with coffee producers.”

Creative Class: Matt Tomamichel, Corporate

“I dreaded when ‘corporate’ would visit the stores. I never wanted that attitude in my shop.”

Creative Class: Natasia Malaihollo, Wyzerr

“We help companies become wiser through data. Wiser.com was already taken, so we took Wyzerr.com.”

5 Cincinnati Tours Every Local Should Take

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.

Hyperloop UC is Designing the Train of the Future

HyperloopUC, a team of 60, has progressed further into the SpaceX competition.

Kroger’s ClickList Brings Grocery Shopping Into the 21st Century

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.

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