No Mean City
In 2018, two Hamilton County entrepreneurs unveiled their plan to construct the Hub & Spoke Design Center–a $14 million, 86,000 square foot complex that will bring back the art and appeal of learning skilled trades.
Twenty thousand albums under one roof. Some newly pressed. Others gently used. All tucked within the arms of thousands of books on the surrounding walls. This is Irvington Vinyl in Fountain Square. It’s a cozy retreat for those who prefer the deep grooves of vinyl to highly-compressed, quality-altered digital tracks.
Technology entrepreneur, accomplished sailor, and licensed sailboat Captain Todd Bracken operates a business that allows employees to set sail on a different course for team building.
Saying someone is verbal is simply saying that person uses intelligible words with thoughtful sentence structure in what any of us think of as daily communication. Nonverbal indicates that the individual does not use traditional verbalizations to share how he or she is thinking or feeling.
Butterscotch mocha. Grilled cheese on sour dough bread. Cowboy cookies (oatmeal with chocolate chunks and cranberries). This may seem like a story about delicacies. But it’s more about the resurrection of a local gathering place: The Garfield Eatery and Coffee. “The neighborhood didn’t want it to go away,” said co-owner Lori.
Now in its eighth year, the 50 Outside the Box staff members support participants, ages 18 to 80, out of an abandoned nursing home they have transformed into a large learning center.