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$900,000 homes in Indian Hill, Boston and Maryland from New York Times

The New York Times' popular "What You Get" real estate feature turns its attention to suburban Cincinnati, choosing a five-bedroom home in Indian Hill as an example of what you can buy for $900,000 these days.

Want a bike-friendly city? Get ready to fail until it works, says Wired

A fascinating article from Wired about building a bike-friendly urban culture doesn't specifically mention Cincinnati, but its findings and recommendations definitely apply to us.

Playhouse featured in New York Times story about marketing provocative shows

Playhouse in the Park is one of six regional theaters The New York Times interviews about marketing "Sex With Strangers," a provocative play about a relationship between a female novelist and younger male blogger.

Covington the most underrated place in Kentucky, says Thrillist ranking

Food/drink/travel website Thrillist has published a list identifying the most underrated place in each state, and the entire city of Covington gets the honor for Kentucky.

20 years later, John Harkes is part of another soccer beginning

Washington Post soccer reporter Steven Goff interviews FC Cincinnati head coach John Harkes after the local team's home opener April 9, recalling another Harkes debut 20 years earlier with D.C. United.

Cincinnati's never-used subway is 100 years old this month

The people of Cincinnati voted in 1916 to fund the construction of a subway loop, but construction was halted 10 years later, leaving abandoned tunnels and tracks under Central Parkway to this day.

Preservation Magazine sees how Covington's Shotgun Row fosters a sense of community

Preservation Magazine's Spring issue includes a prominent feature story on how Covington is bringing back its West Side neighborhood, centered around rehabs of old shotgun homes on Orchard Street.

Fodor's Travel explains why Cincinnati is now "a destination for those in the know"

Cincinnati is "stepping up its game and becoming a destination for those in the know," writes David Duran at Fodor's Travel in a post titled "Long Weekend in Cincinnati."

Contemporary Arts Center was one of Zaha Hadid's most striking designs, says New York Times

The New York Times offers a tribute to architect Zaha Hadid, who died last week, by highlighting her seven most striking designs, including the Contemporary Arts Center downtown.

KPMG study shows Cincinnati as most cost-friendly business location among large U.S. cities

Cincinnati's favorable leasing costs and low property taxes help make it the most cost-friendly U.S. city to do business, according to a recently released study by audit, tax and advisory firm KPMG.

Forbes rates Cincinnati as #15 best U.S. city for recent college grads

Forbes crunches data on job growth, unemployment rates, pay and cost of living in America’s largest metro areas to compile its 2016 list of the 20 Best Cities for Young Professionals, which includes Cincinnati at #15.

Chefs around the country share why wood-fire cooking sparks their creativity

Tasting Table explores the national interest in restaurants featuring wood-fired cooking, saying one of its leading experts is Jared Bennett, executive chef of Metropole in the 21c Museum Hotel downtown.

How the smart cities like Cincinnati use Internet of Things to attract young, skilled workforce

Cincinnati is a prime example of how U.S. cities are attracting a youthful and highly skilled workforce with "livability and connectedness" as key selling points, says the Huffington Post.

UC/Louisville split shows how football's power lurks behind the men's basketball tournament

UC spends only half as much as Louisville on men's basketball, showing how the widening gap between college sports' "Power 5" conferences (including UL) and everyone else impacts basketball as well, says the New York Times.

Many Ohio cities, including Cincinnati, aren't feeling Gov. Kasich's "miracle"

Gov. John Kasich has repeatedly claimed credit for an "Ohio Miracle" transformation under his leadership, basing his presidential campaign on its success; Next City looks at the reality of Cincinnati's and other Ohio cities' economic "distress."
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