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Everything but the House hosts auction of some of its top valuables: PHOTOS

Cincinnati-based online estate sale auction house Everything but the House is hosting a Landmark Sale of some of its most rare and valuable items of summer 2018. Everything but the House (EBTH), whi…
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Fifth Third VP exits to open law firm's only Cincinnati office

A vice president at Fifth Third Bancorp is leaving the Cincinnati bank to open a local office for a Detroit-based law firm that is expanding its Ohio operations. Matthew Steele has rejoined Miller C…
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Region’s top business groups will scrutinize Hamilton County’s finances

Hamilton County commissioners have asked the Cincinnati Business Committee and the Cincinnati Regional Business Committee to recommend ways it can cut spending be more efficient and increase revenue.
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Cincinnati scientists grow human esophagus in lab

Scientists at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital have figured out how to use stem cells to grow human esophagus tissue in a lab, which could help in the study of birth defects and diseases that affect mi…
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Taft, other local institutions to offer free admission on Museum Day

The Taft Museum of Art and several other cultural institutions around Greater Cincinnati will provide free admission Sept. 22 as part of Museum Day.  Hosted by Smithsonian magazine, Museum Day is an…
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EXCLUSIVE: Pho Lang Thang moving to new location

Popular Findlay Market Vietnamese restaurant Pho Lang Thang is moving to a larger location that will open up new opportunities.
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Panel slaps restrictions on Uptown development

The area surrounding the Martin Luther King Drive/Interstate 71 interchange that opened last year has drawn significant interest from developers.
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Cincinnati firm plans robotic indoor farm to supply Whole Foods, Jungle Jim's

Cincinnati-based 80 Acres Farms revealed Friday that it plans to build a large, fully automated indoor farm in Hamilton, which will produce specialty greens to supply Fairfield-based Jungle Jim’s Int…
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Unbeaten Bengals trail Browns, Steelers, Ravens in Forbes ranking

The Cincinnati Bengals lead their division so far this season, but when it comes to value the undefeated team trails the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens and even the Cleveland Browns. That’s t…
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34 Greater Cincinnati doctors now have marijuana certificates

Greater Cincinnati now has 34 doctors certified by the state to recommend medical marijuana, with 12 added in the past two months. While most of the physicians are in independent practice, such as …
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This piano recital series is about more than the music

It’s hip, it’s casual and admission is optional. Those usually aren’t words associated with a piano recital. Across the country and in Cincinnati, musicians are experimenting with creative ways to …
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Over-the-Rhine Film Festival gets new name to go with expanded mission

The Over-the-Rhine International Film Festival – formerly the Cincinnati ReelAbilities Film Festival – has an expanded vision to go with its new name. The festival, which runs Sept. 26-30, will scre…
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2018 Forty Under 40 winners shine in leading roles

These young professionals are at the center of the action, not just in their own lives but in the businesses and organizations that help our community thrive.
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Delta Air Lines bumps its baggage fees

Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE: DAL) has joined the flock when it comes to baggage fees, bumping the price of checked luggage by $5. The Atlanta-based airline that has a hub at Cincinnati/Northern Kentu…
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Here's how to navigate Oktoberfest Zinzinnati with Metro, streetcar

More than a half-million revelers are expected to gather downtown this weekend to celebrate Oktoberfest Zinzinnati. But only a tiny fraction of them will take advantage of Metro service that allows t…
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