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The monster of Kings Island

A tri-state native chronicles a childhood rite of passage that's still going strong for Cincinnati-area kids today: riding the Beast rollercoaster at Kings Island. Read more.

Cincy ranked second best city to be a writer

Cincinnati ranked No. 2 on MyLife's list of the 10 best cities to be a writer. Find out why.

Cincinnati ranked top 10 best city to start a new career

Apartments.com has complied a list of the best cities for new and recent graduates who want to be strategic about where they set up their new life, and Cincinnati made the top 10. Read more.

Children's Hospital one of the top 10 health systems in the nation for workplace diversity

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center has been recognized as one of the top 10 health systems in the nation for workplace diversity. Find out why.

UC, Xavier and Miami make list of top green schools

The University of Cincinnati, Xavier University and Miami University all made "The Princeton Review's Guide to 332 Green Colleges: 2014 Edition." Miami landed a spot on the list for the first time this year. Find out more about the rankings.

Architectural Digest features historic $2.7M Covington home for sale

Architectural Digest is featuring Covington's 1815 Federal-style Carneal House, which is updated and on the market for $2.7 million. Read more about this historic residence.

Cincinnati ranked top city for recent college grads

Cincinnati ranked sixth on the list of Apartment.com's "Top 10 Best Cities for Recent College Graduates." The list takes into account affordability versus just median income, which gives advantage to cities where the average rent for a one-bedroom apartment falls within the recommended 25 percent of gross median income. In addition, unemployment was a major factor in determining this seventh annual list. Cities with unemployment above seven percent were eliminated. Find out more.

UC's Health Sciences Library ranked 14th most impressive in the world

The Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library was ranked 14th among "the 25 most impressive university medical school libraries in the world" according to The Best Master’s Degrees Reviews and Rankings, a public site that explores and ranks the vast world of Master’s degrees in all the disciplines.

Nada expanding to Columbus

Popular Mexican restaurant Nada is expanding to Columbus. The new location will land at 240 West Nationwide Boulevard, inside the new Columbia Gas HQ Building that is currently under construction. Read more.

When life throws you Cincinnati, redefine chili

Composer Jennifer Jolley, who earned both her D.M.A. and M.M. at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music discusses her unlikely route from Los Angeles to Cincinnati via Vermont, and why she's glad she landed in the Queen City. Read more.

Ten tri-state schools named Most Challenging High Schools in US

Ten local schools made it onto The Washington Post's list of "American's Most Challenging High Schools" for 2014. Walnut Hills, Wyoming and Indian Hill were ranked top three in Ohio, respectively, while Highlands took the top spot for Kentucky. Walnut Hills was the only area school to break into the top 100 on the list. Find out how the list was compiled and search the results.

Cincy women detectives star in new TLC reality show

A new TLC channel reality series features a look inside the lives of two women homicide detectives in Cincinnati. The “Women of Homicide” series follows Cincinnati detectives Jenny Luke and Jennifer Mitsch as they try to balance their difficult jobs and personal lives. The show premiered last Wednesday. Read more.

Ten things you might not know about Cincinnati's Music Hall

Completed in 1878, Cincinnati’s Music Hall is home to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Opera, May Festival Chorus and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. It has been recognized as a National Historic Landmark since 1975. Here are 10 facts you many not know about Music Hall.

In Cincinnati, opening day is always a cause for celebration

In Cincinnati, Opening Day is always a cause for celebration. Read more.

REDI Cincinnati announces Johnna Reeder as President & CEO

REDI Cincinnati, LLC, the region’s leading economic development initiative, has named Johnna Reeder as the organization’s President & CEO effective May 5. Read more.
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