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Anissa Lewis tells the story of coming home — and her struggle with how things have changed

After growing up in one of Covington's poorest performing school districts and going on to receive a Masters of Fine Arts from the Yale School of Art, Lewis brings her inspiring talents home to an ever-changing neighborhood.

Feature Story Teams are ready for their Badminton Brawl match.

Love All: Badminton Brawl V [photo feature]

Covington architecture firm amps up leisurely backyard badminton into annual Badminton Brawl.

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Whiskey, tall tales, and a summer evening on the Bourbon Train

Enjoy a ride through the southern Ohio countryside on the Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad complete with drinks and historic tales. 

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Community engagement maximizes place-based investment, improves quality of life

Organizations across Greater Cincinnati are getting involved with grassroots neighborhood organizing and engagement to foster social capital.

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Meet the future of manufacturing: IDEALAB 2019

A movement of "small batch" producers are creating and nurturing jobs and businesses and sustaining communities.

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Cincinnati’s next IDEALAB: How to remake the urban manufacturing economy

On May 9, thought leaders and entrepreneurs will meet at Xavier's Center for Innovation to share ideas about improving urban communities. 

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Event focus: Philanthropy through the eyes of the next generation

In the next 10 years, billions of dollars in wealth will be passed down to the next generation of Northern Kentuckians. A half-day event on May 6 seeks to explore how some of that money can tie into the interests of young philanthropists.

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New center next step for NKY Latino community

This Q&A piece with Leo Calderon, the board chair for the new Esperanza Latino Center in Covington, offers insight into how the founders hope their efforts will make an impact for NKY's growing Latino community.

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Perhaps better known than the Florence Mall itself — one of the Tristate's largest retailers — is the "Florence Y'all" tower visible from I-75. The tower was originally erected for advertising purposes, but highway regulations mandated it be changed and the new welcome
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