UrbanCincy: UrbanCincy, Niehoff Studio to Host Regional Discussion on Wasson Corridor

Join UrbanCincy and the Niehoff Urban Studio this Thursday from 5pm to 7:30pm for an open house showcasing student projects about the Wasson Corridor and an expert panel discussion moderated by Jake Mecklenborg. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: UrbanCincy, Niehoff Studio to Host Regional Discussion on Wasson Corridor

UrbanCincy: Metro Seeking Public Feedback on Proposed City-Wide Bus Enhancements

Metro plans to roll out a series of operational improvements and enhanced service along congested corridors throughout the course of 2013, and the new transit centers in Westwood and Uptown play a major role. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Metro Seeking Public Feedback on Proposed City-Wide Bus Enhancements

UrbanCincy: Rookwood Pavilion offering upscale outlets an urban destination

Rookwood Pavilion offering upscale outlets an urban destination. Believe it or not, Rookwood Commons and Kenwood Towne Centre once were in a heated battle over which shopping destination would become the region’s premier stop. Due to a number of factors, including a messy eminent domain case that prohibited Rookwood from expanding, Kenwood has taken firm [...] . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Rookwood Pavilion offering upscale outlets an urban destination

wine me, dine me: Review: Alfio’s Buon Cibo

Bella Luna has been a stalwart of the restaurant scene in Cincinnati for a while– they’re known for a few things, most notably bread pudding and short rib cannoli, both of which won awards at Taste of Cincinnati a couple of years ago.  When Alfio Gulisano, the Argentine-bred Italian chef announced he’d be leaving Bella [...] . . . → Read More: wine me, dine me: Review: Alfio’s Buon Cibo

UrbanCincy: MetroMoves: A Decade Later

Cincinnati’s 2002 MetroMoves plan called for five regional light rail lines, modern streetcars, and an overhauled regional bus system. After failing to pass with voters ten years ago, how is Cincinnati positioned for such a proposal today? . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: MetroMoves: A Decade Later

UrbanCincy: Cincinnati moves forward with land use study of Wasson Railroad Corridor

The City of Cincinnati is moving forward with a land use study surrounding the Wasson Road Railroad Corridor. Anticipated to be completed in summer 2013, city officials expect the study to look at how to preserve the corridor for future transportation or development options. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Cincinnati moves forward with land use study of Wasson Railroad Corridor

Campbell’s Scoop: Alfio’s now open

Alfio’s Buon Cibo has opened in Hyde Park, serving a blend of cuisine from Italy and Argentina. Alfio Gulisano, from an Italian family in  Buenos Aires, will be sharing the food of his heritage and of his experience as a chef in American Italian re… . . . → Read More: Campbell’s Scoop: Alfio’s now open

UrbanCincy: Cincinnati’s Wasson rail corridor should not be converted into recreational trail

Proponents of an idea to convert the Wasson rail corridor into a recreational trail will take their message to City Council’s Strategic Growth Committee on March 6. And at UrbanCincy would like to make it clear that we oppose this proposal and believe this valuable rail corridor should be preserved for future light rail service. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Cincinnati’s Wasson rail corridor should not be converted into recreational trail

UrbanCincy: CPA honors Cincinnati’s best preservation projects in 2011

Cincinnati Preservation Association honored the city’s best preservation projects at their annual ceremony this past Sunday. Awards were given to single-family homes, large-scale redevelopments and projects that preserved significant civic spaces. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: CPA honors Cincinnati’s best preservation projects in 2011

The Food Hussy!: First Meal After 1 Year in Korea

So my baby sister (she’s 22) has been in town for three weeks from Korea. It’s been a lot of fun having her around and hanging out. I’ve introduced her to my couponing and she’s introduced me back to my friend – the gym. (blech) I even bought a pair of… . . . → Read More: The Food Hussy!: First Meal After 1 Year in Korea

UrbanCincy: Residents take a stand against proposed highway through Cincinnati’s eastern neighborhoods

In December 2010, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) published its 2011-2015 Major New Construction Project List. The list included funding to resume study of the highway component of the controversial Eastern Corridor Project. Dormant since 2006, the sudden reappearance of the highway project alarmed area residents, more than 100 of whom gathered at the [...] . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Residents take a stand against proposed highway through Cincinnati’s eastern neighborhoods

Campbell’s Scoop: Saigon Cafe open in East Hyde Park

The former location of Sake Bomb, where guests ate sushi and knocked little glasses of sake into their beer, has been taken over by a Vietnamese restaurant called Saigon Cafe.  Guests can eat sushi and knock back pho, shaken beef, Vietnamese crepes and other specialties of Vietnam. Alex Nguyen opened the cafe last Saturday.  It’s [...] . . . → Read More: Campbell’s Scoop: Saigon Cafe open in East Hyde Park

The Food Hussy!: I is also for Indigo!

While I will be heading to a different restaurant for my official “I” visit – Larry and I stopped at Indigo in Hyde Park over the weekend. My friend & fellow blogger Veggie Option stopped by recently and had some good things to say and another frie… . . . → Read More: The Food Hussy!: I is also for Indigo!

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