Video 3CDC has invested more than $1 billion into urban Cincinnati, including a makeover of Washington Park.

& Co. [VIDEO] featuring 3CDC's Adam Gelter on public-private partnerships

Yard & Company's video podcast series focused on COVID-19 and the impact on cities hosted Adam Gelter from 3CDC. Over the last decade, 3CDC has invested over $1 billion into downtown Cincinnati and Over-the-Rhine.

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Recovery and resilience: Creating communities and a built environment that can adapt and thrive

From natural disasters to pandemics, architects search for innovative solutions to move forward after a crisis.

Feature Story  ArtWorks Youth Apprentices Oliver Orue and Ella Emanual and multi-media artist and illustrator Lizzy DuQuette. ArtWorks is seeking applicants for its new Jump Start program for up-and-coming artists to receive $5,000 stipends.

Investing in artists creates a vibrant community: ArtWorks launches Jump Start

The program is open to artists who are 26 years or older, who are in the early stages of their creative development and aspire to create a large-scale project.

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& Co. [VIDEO] featuring Bobby Boone on Retail Districts

Yard & Company launches a limited video podcast series focused on sharing solutions, ideas and interventions related to COVID-19’s impact on cities.

Feature Story City Heights dates to 1953, another era in public housing.

Covington's City Heights: An invisible city

The City Heights housing project is a mystery to many, a shadow community within the city of Covington, out of sight and mind.

Feature Story Ritte's Corner is the focal point of Latonia's revival.

The historic neighborhood of Latonia is reimagining itself as a 21st century walkable community

Horse racing’s hold on Latonia is long gone, but unique small businesses have started to repopulate the community.

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How can you help? Organizations in need of donations during COVID-19 pandemic

We all know about the first responders working overtime and risking their lives as COVID-19 continues to spread. Here’s a look at some local organizations tirelessly helping the region's more vulnerable residents.

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Social distancing is keeping volunteers away, but there are still ways to provide support

A redesigned CincinnatiCares.org site is connecting volunteers to nonprofits where they can still help out remotely and online.

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Coping with COVID-19

How the Northern Kentucky region is pivoting in response to the COVID-19 pandemic by coming together to raise funds, helping those who need it the most, innovating solutions, and creating ways to keep us sane using our steady, good-humored resolve. #IMGCOVID19

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