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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.

Zillow ranks Cincinnati among Top 10 markets for home buyers

A new study by Zillow should help buyers and sellers understand the dynamics at play in specific markets. The analysis helps shed critical light on markets where buyers are favored and markets where sellers are in the driver’s seat. Cincinnati is among the markets favorable for home buyers. Read more.

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.

Two Hollywood starlets to take over Cincy restaurant

Recent Oscar winner Kate Blanchette and Rooney Mara, who are in town shooting the movie "Carol," will take over Maury's Tiny Cove in Cheviot April 1 to film a romantic date. The Rat Pack-style steakhouse has been a westside institution since 1949. Read more.

Cincinnati named top 15 city for biotech venture funding

Cincinnati was named among the top 15 cities for biotech venture funding, according to FierceBiotech, the biotech industry's daily monitor. 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.

Newport Aquarium named a top 10 US aquarium

Newport Aquarium was ranked the No. 9 U.S. aquarium in an article written by US City Traveler’s founder Taylor Goldblatt, whose work has been featured by National Geographic, The New York Times, Lonely Planet, The Washington Post and Travel Channel.

Cincinnati ranks as one of top U.S. cities for attracting business

Site Selection Magazine ranked Cincinnati one of the top 10 metropolitan areas for attracting and growing new and expanded economic development projects. Not only did Cincinnati repeat its appearance on the list, it moved up two spots to sixth on Site Selection Magazine’s Governor’s Cup rankings for new and expanded facilities among the top metro areas with a population of more than 1 million, according to the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. Read more.

Company moves bring nearly 1,200 new jobs to Northern Kentucky in 2013

Last year was a strong one for the Northern Kentucky region, with the Northern Kentucky Tri-ED—the region’s economic development organization—reporting that 21 companies in 2013 announced new locations or expansions in Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties. These projects brought 1,181 new direct jobs to the region. Read more.

Cincinnati among top 5 affordable cities to buy a home

Cincinnati ranks highly of HomeInsurance.com's list of top 5 affordable cities to buy a home because of low home prices and below average home insurance premiums. Cincinnati has tons of perks including a growing economy. It’s home to 10 Fortune 500 companies, including Kroger Co. and Procter & Gamble. Read more.

Graeter's Wins Best of the Munchies

Graeter’s Ice Cream was named “Best Sweet” at this year’s Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival (SOBEWFF). The Cincinnati brand icon was awarded this honor at a tasting event held on Sunday, February 23, 2014, hosted by chef and foodie Andrew Zimmern. During the event, more than 3,000 attendees sampled Graeter’s ice cream flights, including signature flavor Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip, as well as Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla Bean and Original Salted Caramel. At the end of the event, a panel of five judges selected Graeter’s as “Best Sweet," choosing the ice cream over several other desserts from nationally recognized establishments. Find out more.

Cincinnati candidate credited with economic development

When Milton R. Dohoney, Jr. came to Cincinnati in 2006 as the city manager, population was in decline and the city was facing massive budget gaps. His mandate was to grow both the city and its budget—without raising taxes.

Along with the other three finalists for Fort Worth city manager, Dohoney interviews with city council members Tuesday.

“In Cincinnati, we essentially transformed the city in a very short period of time,” said Dohoney, 58. “No one wants to talk about the notion of tax increase. It is unpopular politically and hard to sell. So what we did was develop a strategy to accelerate growth in the midst of a recession.”

Cincinnati added 24,000 jobs after Dohoney started.

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 traffic reporter's 'Let It Go' parody is big hit

WKRC Cincinnati traffic reporter Bob Herzog, who does a regular "Dance Party Friday" segment, did a parody of "Let It Go" from the blockbuster Disney movie "Frozen," called "Just Don't Go."

"I thought one of [the songs from the movie], if I put my own words to it, really speaks to what a traffic man has to deal with when you have weather conditions like we've had this winter," Herzog says."

The parody was so popular, it was picked up by The Huffington Post. Read more and watch the video.

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.
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