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When life throws you Cincinnati, redefine chili

Composer Jennifer Jolley, who earned both her D.M.A. and M.M. at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music discusses her unlikely route from Los Angeles to Cincinnati via Vermont, and why she's glad she landed in the Queen City. Read more.

Ten things you might not know about Cincinnati's Music Hall

Completed in 1878, Cincinnati’s Music Hall is home to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Opera, May Festival Chorus and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. It has been recognized as a National Historic Landmark since 1975. Here are 10 facts you many not know about Music Hall.

Pittsburgh paper chronicles road trip to Cincinnati

Cincinnati and Pittsburgh have way too much in common to let petty rivalries and sporting grudges come between us. The drive isn't far—less than five hours, usually—and it will take quite a while to run out of things to do and see. We've given you a list of good places to start.

Brandery receives top honors at SXSW

Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine-based startup accelerator the Brandery was named one of the top 10 seed accelerators at the recent South by Southwest (SXSW) interactive conference. Read more.

Six small cities with big food scenes

If you're looking for a town with culinary zeal, you don't have to head to a big metropolis. Tucked away in mountain towns, seaside hamlets and Midwestern cities like Cincinnati lie hidden culinary gems, including upscale dining, local coffee shops and delicious microbrews. Read more.

Las Vegas leaders take page from 'Keep Cincinnati Beautiful'

Some local artists are receiving national attention. Most recently, leaders in Sin City are taking a page from Keep Cincinnati Beautiful. Read more.

Cincinnati gets top billing in National Geographic

Whether you're looking to get up to speed on the revitalization of downtown or just want to ratchet your hometown pride up a notch, this feature of the month from National Geographic on all things Cincinnati will give you your fix. Read more.

Talking tech in Cincinnati with Roadtrippers

USA Today's Jefferson Graham visits James Fisher and his Cincinnati-based Roadtrippers to find out what it's like starting a tech firm in the Queen City. Read more.

Pittsburgh looks to Over-the-Rhine for civic ideas

Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood is becoming a popular destination for Pittsburghers involved in redeveloping the former Civic Arena site in the Lower Hill District. Read more.


FTA to Cincinnati: Consider more streetcar

The Federal Transit Administration appears to be encouraging Cincinnati to begin planning to extend its starter streetcar line, the latter currently under construction. The FTA is urging the line be extended to the Uptown area, an employment center of 55,000 jobs. The current line, serving the city's Downtown, is home to 64,000 jobs. Read more.

Four days in Cincinnati: A photo essay

"When I won an assignment to direct a commercial [in Cincinnati] in the middle of January this year, all I heard from friends and family were scoffs and pity. … And, to leave the sunny embrace of Los Angeles and fall into the death grip of a polar vortex, did seem like potential bummer. But, it was the opposite." Read more.

9 Hot Startup Accelerators

The Brandery in Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine was named one of CNN Money's top 9 startup accelerators in the U.S. Read more about the Brandery and the other accelerators on the list.

Cincinnati wins 'Streetsie Award'

Cincinnati recently won a Streetsie Award for Most Kick-Ass Grassroots Movement for Livable Streets. Cincinnati won the people's choice award for its movement to save the Cincinnati streetcar project. Read more about the Streetsie Awards.

Empowering an Island of Misfit Toys

Chelsea Koglmeier is the operations manager at Roadtrippers.com and part of the first class of Venture for America Fellows. She recently wrote a bog post about what makes her startup team continue to grow as part of a series produced by The Huffington Post and Venture for America, in conjunction with the Venture for America Innovation Fund. Right now, seven teams of VFA Fellows are competing for access to $20,000 to get projects off the ground and make an impact in in Detroit, Providence, Cincinnati and New Orleans. Read more.


New group petitioning to let voters decide streetcar's fate

A newly formed group known as We Believe in Cincinnati announced a petition drive to put the streetcar issue before voters in a special election as soon as February. They said they hoped to collect 12,000 signatures by Saturday, more than double the amount needed to trigger a special election. The petition kickoff startes tonight at 6 p.m. at the First Lutheran Church at 1208 Race Street. Read more.
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