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Indianapolis Developer to Continue Oakley’s Housing Boom with 272-Unit Project
Buckingham Cos. hopes to break ground on a 272-unit project in Oakley, adjacent to the $120M Oakley Station development, this May. It's another example of an Indianapolis-based developer entering Cincinnati's hot residential market.
Posted: 4/17/2014 8:00 AM in UrbanCincy
Happy Cincinnati
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Posted: 4/17/2014 8:00 AM in 5chw4r7z
Popular St. Louis-Based Pi Pizzeria to Open Cincinnati Location in AT580 Building
A St. Louis-based pizzeria is opening a new location in the AT580 building. Their decision to come to Cincinnati was based on the "resurgence of Downtown and OTR" and the location of the Cincinnati streetcar route.
Posted: 4/16/2014 12:00 PM in UrbanCincy
Cincinnati One of 30 Cities Worldwide to Participate in AngelHack Hackathon
Cincinnati will be one of 30 cities worldwide to participate in AngelHack’s spring Hackathon at the University of Cincinnati. Organizers expect more than 6,000 developers to participate in the 24-hour event.
Posted: 4/16/2014 8:00 AM in UrbanCincy
4:7 Thesis Exhibition Show
The 4:7 Thesis Exhibition Show at the Art Academy of Cincinnati included a pretty cool popup shop featuring branding for OTR. What's the back story on this shop's extensive branding with 150 for sale t-shirts, tanks and sweatshirts?Katie told me for ...
Posted: 4/16/2014 8:00 AM in 5chw4r7z
At 16, Annie Raises Money For Heartworm Prevention & Treatment
The generosity and dedication of young people always inspires me. I received an email the other day from Annie Blumenfeld, a 16 year old from Connecticut, who very obviously has a huge heart for dogs. It was after watching as her beloved rescue dog, Teddy,...
Posted: 4/16/2014 7:46 AM in Good Things Going Around by Lisa Desatnik
The suburbanization and segregation of American cities didn’t happen by chance
The suburbanization and segregation of American cities didn’t happen by chance. Most urban planners are taught that public policies, in addition to free market choice, led to the suburbanization, and thus segregation, of most American cities. In fact,...
Posted: 4/15/2014 7:15 PM in UrbanCincy
Here’s the long, tragic, ugly story of government
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Posted: 4/15/2014 2:37 PM in The Right Lane To Follow
From Cambray Smith: Gratitude Practice
Cambray Smith is a senior at Wyoming High School in Cincinnati and is interning with Good Things Going Around through the summer. Please visit back as this tendor, very talented student, leader and philanthropist shares her life lessons in blog posts....
Posted: 4/15/2014 1:37 PM in Good Things Going Around by Lisa Desatnik
Practice Gratitude
Today, remember to practice gratitude.
Posted: 4/15/2014 10:11 AM in Good Things Going Around by Lisa Desatnik

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