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Cincinnati In The News
Forbes suggests how successful cities get their main marketing organizations to work together to increase investment, using Cincinnati as a "best practices" example based on last year's "Cincy in NYC" event.
Former Enquirer sportswriter Lonnie Wheeler has published another baseball book, Intangiball, and it was reviewed in The Washington Post last week.
American Sign Museum is featured in a new travel story in the Philadelphia Inquirer, the second time this year the funky Camp Washington museum has received national media coverage.
Now that the 2015 All Star Game has come and gone, what were the main impressions Cincinnati left on the MLB players and officials, the visitors and the media? Here's a roundup of day-after assessments.
Leading off the All Star Game's national media coverage of Cincinnati attractions and quirks is Major League Baseball itself, offering an MLB.com overview of Cincinnati attractions along with Skyline, Graeter's and Montgomery Inn ribs.
Food/drink/travel website Thrillist has published a list of the most beautiful places in all 50 states, and their choice for Ohio is Union Terminal
, home of the Cincinnati Museum Center and one of only two buildings highlighted across the U.S.
The Wall Street Journal's Arts section reviews historic Japanese art now on display in three U.S. cities: Cincinnati Art Museum, New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture in Hanford, Calif.
The New York Daily News has a new travel piece focusing on Cincinnati's beer brewing and baseball traditions, riverfront development, downtown hotel and restaurant options and Over-the-Rhine's renaissance.
Fodor's, one of the best-known names in travel guides, has included Cincinnati Zoo on its new list of the 10 best U.S. zoos.
Cincinnati's two premier nonprofit economic development organizations, 3CDC and Cincinnati Development Fund, have received federal New Market Tax Credits totaling more than $87 million, the Business Courier reported June 15.
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kickoff to summer, featuring Taste of Cincinnati and neighborhood parades, picnics and ceremonies honoring military veterans. Here's a roundup of local media coverage and recommendations.
The 1950s-era drama Carol, filmed in Cincinnati last year, debuted at the Cannes Film Festival this past weekend to outstanding reviews, writes Steve Rosen on the CityBeat staff blog.
The New York Times covers last week's announcements from Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra about its successful fundraising campaign and a new musician contract that will allow it to hire more full-time players, saying the CSO's success is in stark contrast to many other orchestras around the country.
The Huffington Post is reporting on new Lincoln Property recommendations for the "Top 10 Cities for Relocation," which considers a city's nightlife, culture, food, weather and rent costs and includes Cincinnati.
A rare print of the Declaration of Independence has been in the Cincinnati History Museum's collection for 140 years but will be being displayed in public for the first time at the Cincinnati Museum Center, The New York Times explains in its Arts section. The Museum Center fills in the details.