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Panegyri Greek Festival 2019

It is our great pleasure to welcome you to share the wonderful Greek food and culture in this, the 45th Annual PANEGYRI Greek Festival. Each year, we look forward to welcoming all of Cincinnati into …
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Dotloop alums launch new real estate company

Two alumni of Cincinnati's Dotloop, a real estate tech startup that was sold to Zillow in 2015 for $108 million, are launching a new company focused on the vacation rental market.
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Ex-Bengals coach Marvin Lewis selling Indian Hill mansion: PHOTOS

Former Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is asking $2.79 million for his Indian Hill mansion, which has a yard big enough to accommodate two football fields. The house at 6655 Alberly Lane sits …
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Two Cincinnati law firms rank among highest-earning in U.S.

Two Cincinnati-based law firms found spots on the American Lawyer list of the top 200 firms ranked by their 2018 gross revenue.
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Cincinnati Zoo welcomes summer patrons with extended hours, exhibit upgrades

As the summer season gets underway, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is extending its hours and adding more animal encounters and improved exhibits for its patrons. Members of the military – ac…
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What is Kings Island's 'Project X'?

Kings Island could be getting an exciting new ride soon, according to building plans and blueprints filed with the city of Mason. Kings Island and its parent company, Cedar Fair, filed plans with Ma…
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EXCLUSIVE: TriHealth adds to C-suite

TriHealth, the fourth-largest employer in Greater Cincinnati, has hired Mardia Shands as chief diversity officer. Her key responsibilities will include enhancing the diversity of the workforce of 12…
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Pendleton restaurant opening for brunch: PHOTOS

A Pendleton restaurant from the operators of Nation Kitchen + Bar is taking its unique spin on fried chicken and rolling it out in a new brunch menu. CHX, next to Three Points Urban Brewery at 1211 …
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ROAD TRIP: The $40 million bourbon development that just keeps growing

This development has been growing since distillation started there in 2016. The latest improvement is a new visitors center expected to open in June.
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Former P&G executive hired as CEO of bioscience firm focused on cannabis

Former Procter & Gamble Co. executive Peter McDonough has been hired as CEO of Trait Biosciences Inc., a research and development firm focused on marijuana and hemp products related to health and wel…
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Kroger rival launches home delivery in Greater Cincinnati

A Kroger rival is the latest grocer to roll out home delivery service in Greater Cincinnati. Specialty retailer Fresh Market announced this week that it is now offering same-day delivery service in …
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Unique downtown Cincinnati gym to close

Inner Fire Fitness, a gym that features silk aerial “hammocks” and the In-Trinity program that uses boards to leverage inclines, declines, gravity and negative space alongside state-of-the-art treadm…
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Cincinnati Fringe Festival artists balance art, business

Mixing business and pleasure may not be the best idea, but local performing artists Paul Strickland and Erika Kate MacDonald wouldn’t have it any other way.  The storytelling duo are mainstays at Ci…
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COMMENTARY: One person's cacophony is music to another

As I listened to a new oratorio by Mark Simpson in its United States premiere at the May Festival in Music Hall, I realized that I am applying the word “cacophony” to many new musical works. On May …
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Curtain rises on $1 billion Ovation project

After 13 years of delays, Corporex is kicking off a $1 billion mixed-use project over 25 acres that is expected to transform Newport.
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