Cincinnati In The News
Dwell magazine has published a guide to "the country's hottest design incubators," including Cincinnati's manufacturing-focused First Batch, that it says are helping independent designers learn the basics of how to scale up and boost the local economy.
A feature story on the rebirth of three neighborhood markets in New Orleans, two as traditional food markets and one as a museum, reminds us of our local treasure Findlay Market and has lessons for neighborhood co-op market efforts in Cincinnati.
Soapbox Managing Editor John Fox, Michael Albarella from Nine Giant Brewing and Doug Newberry from Wiedemann Brewing were interviewed on WVXU's "Cincinnati Edition" program about the March 11 forum on Cincinnati's embrace of craft beer as community development.
The New York Times has a glowing report, "Downtown Cincinnati Thrives as Riots' Memories Recede," in its Feb. 25 real estate section, focusing on high-profile development at The Banks, Fountain Square and OTR.
Soapbox Publisher Dacia Snider and Managing Editor John Fox appeared on the Feb. 23 "Cincinnati Edition" on WVXU (91.7 FM) to discuss how reading and reporting local news is shifting from newspapers to online outlets.
Cincinnati startup CEOs Chris Bergman of Choremoster and Rodney Williams of Lisnr are featured in Upstart 100, a list of "the inventors, visionaries, masters and more driving the new economy" that includes Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos and Taylor Swift.
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."
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.
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.
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.
The Village Voice offers hip dining recommendations for ex-pat Cincinnatians in New York City traveling back home for the holidays.
Cincinnati is one of eight U.S. cities identified as potential "next Silicon Valleys" in a Huffington Post report on new destinations for "burgeoning techies."
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, for the first time in history, has included operational support for Cincinnati’s startup ecosystem in the city’s budget.
At Moriah Pie in Norwood, Ohio, Erin and Robert Lockridge serve homemade pizza and diners pay what they can.