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Uptown Cincinnati, the region’'s second largest job center after downtown, is being revived with a vibrant innovation corridor. New and improved retail, commercial spaces, housing and transportation are vital parts of this transformation. 


As part of a year-long integrated program, Xavier University will be examining immigration, migration and refugees. A group of Xavier faculty and staff, the Mission Animators, will provide extensive programming, to include various courses, film screenings, educational sessions and panels., available for use

Music and dance can be powerful, promoting a sense of wellness, bringing joy and healing, and uniting people. Music and dance therapies are research-based health practices that can improve an individual's physical, emotional, cognitive and social needs., available for use


Sixty years after the Brown v. Board of Education desegregation ruling, many schools are still racially divided. According to 2012-13 state data, in almost half of schools in Ohio and Kentucky, 90 percent or more students are the same race, usually white. 

Provided by Glenn Hartong

While watching all the political attack commercials on TV, did you ever wonder how it all started?

Glenn Hartong -- a local video producer, director, photojournalist, editor and teacher -- will explain the history of negative political campaign advertising 7 p.m. Wednesday at the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting, 8070 Tylersville Road, West Chester Township.

Amanda Rossmann, Cincinnati Enquirer


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Each Friday on Cincinnati Edition we present an in-depth look at the developments behind the headlines.

As more people discover the health and financial benefits of growing their own fruits and vegetables, many expand their efforts and increase their produce production. And some consider becoming self-sufficient or farming to generate income.


In her book, The Third Law, Tamra Ryan explores the challenges chronically unemployed and impoverished women must overcome, both internal and societal, to create new lives for themselves. 



A social enterprise utilizes a combination of for-profit and non-profit based models for improving society. Rather than depend on charitable donations, it relies on the income earned from sales or services. And it reinvests its income to maintain long-term financial sustainability.


The first presidential campaign television commercial ran in 1952, during the race between Dwight Eisenhower and Adlai Stevenson. TV political advertising has changed dramatically since then, and evolved into a mix of part art, part science.

Harvard Law School Professor and best-selling author Lawrence Lessig made a bid for the presidency last year. He entered the Democratic primary race but soon abandoned his effort.

Since the 19th century, the only Democrats to lose Ohio yet win the presidency were John F. Kennedy and Franklin D. Roosevelt. And no Republican has ever lost the state and won the White House.