Cincinnati In The News
Vanity Fair's February issue includes a quick interview with Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Music Director Louis Langree, who explains how how he's gotten comfortable in Cincinnati, far from his French homeland.
Frameri founder and CEO Konrad Billetz talks about his company's popular interchangeable eyewear lenses with Life+Times, Jay Z's digital home covering art, sports, music, fashion and culture, and says, "Cincinnati has to be one of most creative places I’ve ever experienced."
The Huffington Post regularly features travel pieces from Cincinnati's own Roadtrippers, which recently offered a video tour of the American Sign Museum in Camp Washington.
The Ohio Department of Transportation's ongoing study of the Eastern Corridor, which would feature a wider State Rte. 32 and a new commuter rail line, is being called "The $1.4 Billion Road No One Seems to Want" in a new Streetsblog USA post.
Last week's U.S. Conference of Mayors produced a resounding call for federal government help with urban transportation and infrastructure issues, and President Obama signaled support In his State of the Union address.
The Eater website is running "Classics Week" with stories on dozens of iconic dishes and recipes from around the U.S., including "How Camp Washington's Chili-Topped Spaghetti Became Cincinnati Legend."
Cincinnati City Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld's announcement that he will run for Rob Portman's U.S. Senate in 2016 has started to grab national headlines, including an interview with The Huffington Post.
A new database report from the Urban Institute maps the impact of births, deaths and migration on population trends for every county in the U.S. in 2020 and 2030. The model projects that Greater Cincinnati's population will grow 11.22 percent between 2010 and 2030 and will get slightly older and more diverse.
Chiquita Brands International, which moved its headquarters from Cincinnati to Charlotte, N.C., in 2012, announced last week that it would close its Charlotte office in the wake of a recent purchase by Brazilian companies.
Huffington Post blogger Jason Grill gives big props to Cincinnati's startup scene, specifically CincyTech and Cintrifuse, saying we now rival Kansas City as his pick for America's most entrepreneurial city.
Cincinnati improved significantly in the annual Milken Institute’s Best Performing Cities study and now rates #68 among large metro areas for job growth, wage and salary growth and the size and concentration of high tech industry.
Forbes magazine is out with its annual "30 Under 30" list of young folks making a mark and changing the world in 20 different categories. A number of present and past Cincinnatians are featured, many of them running startups developed through The Brandery.
The Cincinnati Streetcar project has lots of company across North America: $90.6 billion will be invested in 2015 on roughly 100 different bus rapid transit, streetcar and light/heavy rail projects in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
Open Table diners rated three Cincinnati restaurants as among the nation's best in recently released year-end lists.
New venture capital funding for Everything But The House "a testament to the rise of Cincinnati's tech scene," says Tech Cocktail.