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Topping nationwide lists for "most affordable," "best rehab market" and "most livable," Cincinnati is becoming an increasingly popular destination for both young professionals and growing families. Cincinnati has also become a choice city for entrepreneurs and small-business owners, thanks to award-winning startup accelerators and incubators like the Brandery. Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber's HYPE ambassador program and local groups like Cincinnati Imports make the move a little easier for newcomers.

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Who says print is dead? Literary culture alive and well in Cincy bookstores

Greater Cincinnati celebrates its long history as home to a wealth of independent bookstores, each occupying a special place in the hearts of readers across the region.

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Local providers and nonprofit groups team up to support families facing serious medical challenges

In addition to nonprofit organizations like Hear the Hope and Dragonfly, corporations like PatientPoint and St. Elizabeth are providing families with unique tools to combat major health concerns and tackle the rising cost of coverage.


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Freakonomics co-author Stephen Dubner brings signature take on financial literacy to Cincinnati

Stephen Dubner, co-author of the best-selling series Freakonomics, will serve as keynote for an annual awards event at The Economics Center, where organizers apply Dubner's approaches to Cincinnati-based financial challenges.

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Is Cincinnati's longtime struggle with downtown retail finally ending?

Discerning professionals are returning to the urban core in droves, bringing a clear demand for the charm and ambient luxury of downtown retail. Organizers hope it’s enough to support a comeback in the age of online shopping.

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OTR's Play Library offers toys and games on loan, helps Cincy settle into global sharing economy

In the so-called "sharing economy," everything from cars to clothes and kayaks are available to rent or borrow. OTR's new Play Library applies the concept to toys and games, with side effects that include more fun, less waste and a closer-knit community.
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Featured Videos

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Pop up umbrella dancing as creative placemaking

Placemaking efforts bring artists together with residents and developers to build community, including nearly 200 people who created a surprise dance video with umbrellas at a LISC/ArtsWave luncheon.

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A fundraising video of reckless optimism

Cincinnati native Chelsea Koglmeier combines her experience in entrepreneurship and her passion for social good to launch Bikes of Reckless Optimism this week via an Indiegogo campaign.

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Ellen Katz leads The Greater Cincinnati Foundation into a bright future

Greater Cincinnati Foundation President/CEO Ellen Katz, who recently announced the foundation had been entrusted with a record-breaking $100 million in gifts in 2015, looks to a bright future for Cincinnati's philanthropic work.

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Cincy Summer Streets 2015 wrapup

Cincy Summer Streets brought people together to envision urban neighborhoods in a new way at these 2015 events in Northside, Over-the-Rhine and Walnut Hills.

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Creative Enterprise: Resources to help you start your business

Six ArtWorks youth apprentices worked with teaching artists and professional videographers this summer to create three videos showcasing the resources and support for creative entrepreneurs in Cincinnati.
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Move to Cincinnati Founders

Allison Hines, Butcher Betties

Allison Hines, Butcher Betties

City: Over-the-Rhine
Kate Riddle, Tantrum

Kate Riddle, Tantrum

City: Northside
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