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  1. Longtime Cincinnati chef bringing a taste of his native New Orleans to OTR A New Orleans chef with a long history working in Cincinnati kitchens, after he was displaced during Hurricane Katrina, is opening his first restaurant, bringing a flavor of home to Over-the-Rhine. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/03/05/exclusive-longtime-cincinnati-chef-bringing-a.html
  2. Dayton airport the top landing spot for new airline The Dayton International Airport has been identified as one of the top landing spots for a new airline. A new report from OAG, a provider of travel data and insight, found Dayton to be the largest unserved market north of Florida with 159 one-way travelers. Based on this finding, OAG pegged the Dayton airport as a prime location for Breeze Airways — a planned airline expected to begin operations later this year. The report indicated a specific route the new airline could employ, from the Orlando International Airport to the Dayton International Airport. Three other routes — from Jacksonville, Florida to Richmond, Virginia; Jacksonville to Buffalo, New York; and Miami to Buffalo — also were listed in the report. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/04/report-dayton-airport-the-top-landing-spot-for-new.html
  3. Tiny doughnut shop now open off Hyde Park Square A hippie-themed bakery specializing in tiny doughnuts with creative toppings is now open off of Hyde Park Square. Peace, Love and Little Donuts opened its first Cincinnati location at 3440 Edwards Road, just off of Hyde Park Square on March 2. The shop was owned by wife-and-husband Susan Robinson and Kyle Robinson. The bakery, which specializes in creatively topped tiny doughnuts, was founded by Ron and Marci Razete in Pittsburgh in 2009. All of its cake doughnuts are made to order, cooked fresh for each customer and never inside of a glass case. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/03/04/tiny-doughnut-shop-now-open-off-hyde-park-square.html
  4. Ugh... Northern Kentucky getting its first cat cafe A native of Northern Kentucky is returning home to open the area's first cat cafe. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/03/04/northern-kentucky-getting-its-first-cat-cafe.html
  5. You know what else is a family crowd pleaser next to a ferris wheel?
  6. I was in a Kairos group that literally cried over a grapefruit spoon. "We've never seen this before...we feel so poor! Are we poor? God, why are we poor?" Again, a grapefruit spoon.
  7. I took that shot about 5 years ago. And yes, it's Tokyo.
  8. Yeah, that's weird. My old high school didn't have to pay anything for that wack-@ss "retreat."
  9. German Village hotel proposal stonewalled again Another attempt to build a new hotel in German Village has been shot down. The rejected proposal was the fifth redesign of a hotel on the site since the concept was first presented by a different development team two years ago. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/03/03/german-village-hotel-proposalstonewalled-again.html
  10. Delaware getting another craft brewery An established local craft beer name is expanding to Delaware. Heath-based Homestead Beer Co. will be opening a small brewery and beer garden at The Food Truck Depot at 59 Potter St. The targeted opening date is May 15. “Community-based projects (are) how to grow and we know people there already love our beer,” Homestead CEO Joe Wilson said. “Delaware already accounts for a big part of our revenue.” Paul Rockwell, owner of The Food Truck Depot, said Homestead was a perfect fit with great product and a like-minded ownership. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/03/03/delaware-getting-another-craft-brewery.html
  11. Pastor, Smitherman agree on Murray replacement Vice Mayor Christopher Smitherman and Councilman Jeff Pastor will appoint Betsy Sundermann to fill Councilwoman Amy Murray's seat when she resigns tomorrow. Sundermann, a Hamilton County magistrate, is expected to be sworn in at Wednesday night's council meeting. The Business Courier obtained a copy of paperwork Smitherman and Pastor signed appointing Sundermann. Pastor made the announcement after signing it at the Economic Growth and Zoning Committee, which Murray chairs. On Monday afternoon, Murray reiterated, after a weekend of controversy, that Sundermann was an "excellent choice." More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/03/03/pastor-smitherman-agree-on-murray-replacement.html
  12. El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de Los Ángeles del Río Porciúncula
  13. Dennard resigns from City Council Councilwoman Tamaya Dennard, who is facing federal corruption charges, has resigned from Cincinnati City Council, according to a statement released by her law firm. "The last thing I want is to be a distraction from the work that needs to be done for this city," Dennard said. "My main focus has been the people I serve. I need all of my time and energy to address these charges against me." Dennard was arrested by the FBI on Tuesday and charged with bribery, attempted extortion and honest services fraud by the U.S. attorney. According to an FBI agent's affidavit, Dennard allegedly sold her vote on a Banks-related project for $15,000. Dennard has pleaded not guilty to the charges. Dennard has designated Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld, a fellow Democrat, to select her replacement. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/03/02/dennard-resigns-from-city-council.html
  14. Red Bike set to open Findlay Market one-stop shop Red Bike will roll out its one-stop-shop inside Findlay Market this week. The nonprofit bikeshare system’s Red Bike Market Center, at 1801 Race St., will serve as the hub for its Red Bike Go program that offers affordable memberships to low-income riders. Visitors will be able to sign up for Red Bike Go, renew memberships, make cash payments and ask questions. The space will also serve as an information desk for Findlay Market shoppers with details about vendors as well as the surrounding Market District and Findlay Market merchandise available for purchase. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/03/02/red-bike-set-to-open-findlay-market-one-stop-shop.html
  15. Reds make return visit for latest neighborhood makeover The Cincinnati Reds are planning a return visit for their latest neighborhood makeover. Avondale will be the recipient of the 2020 Community Makeover, sponsored by the Reds, Procter & Gamble Co., Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. Avondale also received a makeover in 2013. Now in its 11th year, this year’s makeover will be the most ambitious to date with six project zones at the following Avondale sites... ...here: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/03/02/reds-make-return-visit-for-latest-neighborhood.html
  16. Newport Aquarium set to open one of its largest exhibits yet Newport Aquarium will open an immersive exhibit Friday that will be one of the attraction's largest developments to date. “Shipwreck: Realm of the Eels” will launch March 6 with a “christening” as aquarium executive director Eric Rose breaks a bottle across the wreckage. “'Shipwreck: Realm of the Eels is one of the biggest developments since Newport Aquarium opened in 1999 and represents over a $1 million investment in the guest experience,” Rose said in a release. “Guests will find new animals and an extensively themed environment to explore, including walking into the treasure tank and popping up into a tank surrounded by venomous fish.” More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/03/02/newport-aquarium-set-to-open-one-of-its-largest.html
  17. Familiar local restaurant to launch new location in downtown Dayton A popular aviation-themed local eatery that closed its Beavercreek location in late December will soon reopen in downtown Dayton. Flyboy's Deli has signed a lease agreement with CareSource to occupy space at CareSource's Ballpark Village building at 230 E. Monument Ave. in downtown Dayton. The deli will become the second eatery at the site following the launch of Winans Chocolates & Coffee, which opened Jan. 17. “We could have added more office space in that area but we wanted to do something more,” said David Clapper, director of facilities management at CareSource. “We decided to add amenities that improve the experience of the people who live, work and play in the downtown area including our employees.” More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/02/familiar-local-restaurant-to-launch-new-location.html
  18. Newest Easton restaurant sets its opening date A popular national chain will open its first Ohio restaurant next month. Phoenix-based True Food Kitchen expects to open April 8 at Easton Town Center. It is one of the many new additions to the development, which is in the midst of a $500 million expansion. True Food was founded in 2008 by restaurateur Sam Fox and Dr. Andrew Weil, creator of the anti-inflammatory diet, which informed the menu at True Food. The expansive menu includes grain and noodle bowls, pizza, sandwiches, salads and entrees. Price range is from around $10 for starters to the mid $20s for entrees. Dishes include an Ancient Grains Bowl with miso-glazed sweet potatoes, the Unbeetable Burger veggie burger and an Organic Tuscan Kale Salad. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/03/02/newest-easton-restaurant-sets-its-opening-date.html & https://www.columbusunderground.com/true-food-kitchen-sets-opening-date-for-easton-sp1
  19. Feds clear way for Deters, attorney general to force out Dennard, prosecutor says Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters and Ohio Attorney General David Yost plan to try to suspend Cincinnati Councilwoman Tamaya Dennard from office, Deters said Sunday, and federal prosecutors have endorsed the idea. Dennard faces federal corruption charges after being arrested on Tuesday by the FBI. The U.S. attorney alleges that Dennard sold her council votes on a matter related to the Banks project in exchange for $15,000 from Tom Gabelman, the county’s legal adviser on the Banks who was cooperating with the FBI and wore a wire to record conversations with Dennard. Dennard has pleaded not guilty to the charges. “She can go the easy way or the hard way,” Deters said. “This is not Cincinnati. That’s not the way we are. The evidence here is overwhelming and she needs to get out.” More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/03/01/feds-clear-way-for-deters-attorney-general-to.html
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