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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."

Cincinnati lags behind other Midwestern cities for immigrants establishing roots

Cincinnati is not among the best performing Midwestern cities in attracting immigrant relocations, according to Governing Magazine.

Cincinnati one of America's 10 best new cities for beer lovers

Fortune Magazine includes Cincinnati in a new feature story about the top 10 U.S. cities with great under-the-radar craft beer scenes.

8 best places to try Cincinnati's "remarkable chili"

The Daily Meal website returns to one of the national media's favorite regional food topics, Cincinnati chili, with a guide to eight key places in Southwest Ohio to try the crazy concoction.

How "Carol" helped bring Hollywood to Cincinnati

A Forbes travel and lifestyle writer says Cincinnati's civic revival is thanks in part to the film industry's recent embrace of filming movies here, especially "Carol."

Cincinnati ranked #4 healthiest U.S. city thanks to "highly rated" doctors

Better Doctors website ranked the 50 largest U.S. cities according to four criteria for health, from general fitness to the number of physicians per 1,000 residents; Cincinnati is #4.

Battle over Scalia's replacement already spilling into Ohio Senate race

The Washington Post features Ohio Sen. Rob Portman's re-election campaign as an example of how the battle to replace Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia could impact this fall's key Senate races.

Artfully rebuilding in Covington

LISC's national website has a feature story "Rebuilding, Artfully, in Kentucky" covering the transformative work its Cincinnati office has done in Covington in partnership with the Center for Great Neighborhoods.

Ex-Gov. Beshear takes on current Gov. Bevin over Kentucky health care

Former Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, two months out of office, has launched a campaign to try to stop his successor, Gov. Matt Bevin, from dismantling the health care initiatives he enacted.

Cincinnati Streetcar on the cover of British transit magazine

The February issue of Tramways & Urban Transit features a cover photo of the coming-soon Cincinnati Streetcar to illustrate its lead story, "A Bumper Year for Tramway Openings."

Cincinnati is a top 10 "secretly great" city for tech grads

New college tech graduates should consider 10 "secretly great" U.S. cities for their first jobs, including Cincinnati, says sales support website DataFox.

New study says Cincinnati among best U.S. cities for prosperity and inclusion over past 5 years

A new Brookings report ranks U.S. metropolitan areas by growth over the past five years, with Cincinnati scoring well for prosperity and inclusion while sitting in the middle of the pack for overall growth.

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center gets attention in Virgin Atlantic blog

Local writer Margy Waller spreads the gospel of Cincinnati's renaissance worldwide in her latest feature story on Virgin Atlantic's "Our Places" blog, this time focusing on the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

Caribbean cricket star trying to break into baseball, thanks to Reds coach

The New York Times profiles West Indies cricket star Kieran Powell, who's pursuing a dream to play professional baseball with help from a number of instructors that include Reds hitting coordinator Ryan Jackson.

Jim Obergefell among the Obamas' guests at State of the Union address

Over-the-Rhine resident Jim Obergefell will be among the official guests on Jan. 12 as President Obama delivers his final State of the Union address.
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