Cincinnati In The News
Two Mortar co-founders and the four Cincinnati natives in Walk the Moon are among Forbes' annual "30 Under 30" list of the brightest young entrepreneurs, breakout talents and change agents.
A new travel article in the Lexington Herald-Leader suggests that Cincinnati, just a little more than an hour’s drive from Lexington, Ky., offers great value for a reasonable price, especially in our historic neighborhoods.
AT&T is announcing it will work with cities to turn everyday objects like traffic lights and parking spots into tools to manage congestion and conserve energy, part of the emerging $1.5 trillion "smart cities" business sector.
Despite slow and hard-won progress for bike advocates across North America, Next City details the top 10 victories worth celebrating in 2015.
Companies like Uber drive money out of local communities and erase the benefits that employees have fought hard for, Governing Magazine says, but local co-ops allow us to keep our dollars in our own communities.
The annual Cincideutsch Christkindlmarkt on Fountain Square is among 10 German-style holiday markets in the U.S. highlighted by USA Today.
Thanks to the efforts of many people here, Greater Cincinnati has the fifth fastest growing population of creative class residents among U.S. cities, says Richard Florida in The Atlantic's CityLab.
The Project for Public Spaces says the kind of "build it and they will come" approach the University of Cincinnati takes toward hiring high-profile architects to design new facilities is ruining college campuses.
The Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University provides a peek at the top 10 urban innovations happening around the world right now, from an internet of freshwater pipes to local sharing economies.
Andrew Davis, managing editor of a Chicago LGBTQ newspaper and website, visited Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky recently to write a travel story and came away impressed.
Swedish musician Jens Lekman is interviewed by The New York Times about his recent push into more intimate and immediate ways of music-making, including his "Ghostwriting" project this fall in Cincinnati.
A new report from the National League of Cities says planning efforts in U.S. cities still focus heavily on the problem of automobile congestion instead of looking at coming workforce and demographic changes.
The American Transportation Research Institute's annual analysis of truck GPS data shows that Cincinnati has two of the nation's 23 worst traffic bottlenecks: I-71/I-75 merge at the Brent Spence Bridge and I-75/I-74 merge.
The Graphic Design USA website is citing Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers to compare which cities are best for self-employed or freelance graphic designers, and Cincinnati ranks #18.
Polls in the Kentucky governor's race consistently showed Democrat Jack Conway with a slight lead over Republican Matt Bevin, but Bevin won handily, the latest blow to political polling operations.