In a recent article, The Boston Globe called Findlay market "A World Unto Itself."
Highlighting the diversity of products available, the great "in the heart of the city" location and the rich history of Findlay Market, the article's author shined a bright light on an already gleaming treasure of our city.
Dave Grohl has become the unofficial Mayor of Rock 'n' Roll: a gregarious ambassador who wins armloads of Grammys and even directs a music documentary. Live on March 14, NPR Music will stream and broadcast Grohl's keynote address at the SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas, starting at noon ET.
While visiting the Cincinnati Zoo this year, I struck up a conversation with a few of the young people working at the zoo and was amazed to find out that they were both graduates of Zoo Academy – a school inside the zoo.
Started in 1975, Zoo Academy is part of the Cincinnati Public School District and its part-time, vocational program became a four-year, college preparatory magnet school in 1995.
On January 11, 2013, Agriculture Commissioner James Comer addressed the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors regarding the development of industrial hemp.
Last May we spoke with Beach, the owner and operator of Hemptations in O'Bryonville. Hemptations is the region's largest proprietor of hemp-based products which include clothing, paper, lotions, soaps, thread and many other products for everyday use.