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Honda confirms HR-V name, availability for new sport-utility vehicle
Hello HR-V. Honda Motor Co. confirmed the name of and released the first official images of the newest addition to its vehicle lineup. Its compact sport-utility vehicle will indeed be called the HR-V, which had been rumored, and it will be on sale this winter at a to-be-announced price. I got to see an early prototype of the HR-V at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.  The vehicle will be built on the same platform as the subcompact Honda Fit, both of which are  being…
Cool Places: Madison Design opens its space for creativity
Brand strategy firm Madison Design works with some of the biggest companies in Greater Cincinnati, and now it has a big, open space to match its ideas. The Covington company recently renovated its 6,000-square-foot office space over two floors to better accommodate its needs. It changed 515 Madison Ave. from a turn-of-the-century building created for luxury apartments into a more flexible work environment. Madison Design has been housed in its current location for about 15 years, co-owner and creative…
Website coming to help workers, residents navigate downtown construction
With seemingly every part of downtown Cincinnati under construction, the city will launch a new website soon to help guide people through it all. RoadmapCincy.com is not live yet, but will be in the next week or so. Mayor John Cranley has said the construction and traffic jams are one of the most-complained-about issues in the city. Among the current or future construction sites: The Dunnhumby building on Race Street between Fifth and Sixth streets A hotel on Walnut Street between Fourth and…
Theater Ninjas to present ‘Code: Preludes’ at 78th Street Studios
Download the Mysterious Beauty of Math and Technology in “Code: Preludes”Theater Ninjas (Cleveland’s nomadic theater company) has announced the world premiere of “Code: Preludes” that is billed as “an original...
Theater Ninjas to present ‘Code: Preludes’ at 78th Street Studios
Top 25 cities with the most green buildings – COUNTDOWN
The U.S. EPA has come out with a list of cities that have the most certified green buildings and two Ohio cities made the grade to be included in the top 25. The rankings are based on how many buildings have achieved Energy Star certification, meaning a building demonstrates 75 percent more energy efficiency than similar ones nationwide. You can read about the program  by clicking here.  Columbus was among the top 25 cities and Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman said in a press release that “investments…
What goes into making the ChoreMonster monsters, and why do so many of them fart? SLIDESHOW
It’s obvious from the name that Cincinnati startup ChoreMonster involves, well, monsters. The mobile app for Apple devices – an Android version is coming next month – uses cute and goofy monsters to encourage kids to do their chores. They’ve got a very distinctive style, so I sat down with ChoreMonster co-founder and Chief Creative Officer Paul Armstrong to see what goes into making a monster. “The goal is to make them (kids) feel like the app is not just about them doing things, that…
Dewey’s Pizza coming to Dublin for 3rd area restaurant
It took Dewey’s Pizza four years to open a second Central Ohio restaurant, but it isn’t taking that long to open its third. The Cincinnati-based chain will open a pizzeria next month at 6540 Perimeter Drive in Dublin in a strip center just north of the Avery Square shopping center. “When we have the right spot, the right people, we’ll jump on an opportunity,” regional partner Eric Kohl told me. “We typically like to be in a walkable area, but that was a little harder to find in Dublin.” He…
Riley Etheridge talks new album, upcoming tour with legendary Leon Russell
Over the course of four albums, troubadour Riley Etheridge, Jr. has chronicled the human condition with his heartfelt ballads and haunting, acoustic-based folk songs. But for his latest disc, The Straight and Narrow Way, the New Orleans-bred bard...
Riley Etheridge, Jr.
Ohio tax preparer among 5 charged in fraud case

COLUMBUS, Ohio: A federal indictment alleges an income tax preparer and four central Ohio business owners conspired to defraud the Internal Revenue Service and helped file false tax returns.

An IRS statement says the defendants are from Columbus. Each is charged with at least one count of conspiracy to defraud the IRS and multiple counts of helping to prepare and file false tax returns.

Investigators say the tax preparer, 39-year-old Fatma Ali, created false tax documents between 2008 and 2012. Investigators say the other defendants underreported their income, and the fraudulent filings enabled people to receive tax credits for which they weren’t actually eligible.

A message was left late Wednesday for Ali’s attorney.

The government says the defendants could face prison and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines if convicted.

City seeking redevelopment ideas for former power plants west of Arena District
Columbus has put a portion of an electrical generation complex on the Olentangy riverfront off West Nationwide Boulevard out to bid for redevelopment as construction of housing approaches the site. The city’s Real Estate Management Office is seeking developers’ proposals for 1.2 acres of the complex that includes two shuttered power plants. One of the aged facilities, the former Columbus Municipal Light Plant at 555 W. Nationwide Blvd., opened in 1904. The city will take bids through May 8. “We…
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