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School of Rock is like playing team sports, only with guitars and drums

A former restaurant space that was vacant for years has been transformed into 10,000 square feet of rehearsal and performance space. Now it’s time to rock.

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Ready to rock whenever the world is ready

The region's newest music venue, PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation, is ready to open. We talk to PromoWest's CEO about the timetable for concerts, the bands, and live music in the pandemic era.

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Your mental health toolbox: How our needs have changed this year

The pandemic has brought to light the stark, systemic inequalities women and caregivers face in our country.  

Feature Story Kentuckian Roula Allouch is chair of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

"Beneath her warm personality beats the heart of a lion"

Kentuckian Roula Allouch has steered the Council on American-Islamic Relations through challenging times over the last five years. 

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Forever home? Residential architects reimagine and improve domestic livability

The pandemic has changed how we live and what we need to function in our personal spaces. Here are some ideas from the design world.

Feature Story The John A. Roebling Bridge has been standing for 154 years.

The John A. Roebling Bridge: Fixing a national historic landmark takes time and patience

How do you repair a 154-year-old historic landmark and symbol of civic pride that stands exposed to temperamental weather 24 hours day?

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Social service agency expands its traditional role to champion social justice

The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission has taken on the charge to give voice to the voiceless, working to arm people with the tools to succeed, not only in life, but also in systemic reform.  

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'I’ve learned that it’s OK to slow down, take time, and take a breath.' Lessons from the pandemic

How well we did in the fight against Covid-19 will be debated for some time. But the disease changed us all – in our behavior, attitudes, work life and family.

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