Newport on the Levee's Exchange Market, opening on November 14 as a holiday pop-up, will be home to a revolving slate of local vendors.
From simple designs to a trio of meaning, Clean Origin offers insight on a few engagement ring trends that are hot this winter.
Fans of mobile businesses FennoFashion and Daisy Jane’s Flower Truck can now enjoy a traditional shopping experience at their new spaces.
In September, Christine Kim opened Fleurish Grounds, her West Coast–inspired plant and coffee shop combo, on Bramble Avenue in Madisonville.
Megan Strasser, owner of the popular College Hill-based plant store Fern, will open a second location in Walnut Hills by early December.
Michael Monks, the Editor and Publisher of River City News and host of Cincinnati Edition at WVXU, keeps his look professional, and he loves a cardigan.
Brick Pop Up Shops, a program from business launchpad MORTAR, shows entrepreneurs what holding down a storefront is like.
Gabrielle Lauren plans to open a storefront for her zero waste refillery, Fill More Waste Less, in Madisonville by the end of the fall season.
Niyah Jackson’s BINO and Sosha Collins’s Sosha Bianca Studios clothing brands prioritize eco-friendly production methods to cut back on waste.
Boutique owner Anna Steffen uses her style inspirations (comfort, pops of color) to inform what she buys for The Native One.