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Cincinnati has two of the 23 worst traffic bottlenecks in U.S.

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.

Cincinnati among top 20 U.S. cities for freelance graphic designers

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.

Did Kentucky governor's race kill political polling?

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.

ArtWorks murals tell Cincinnati's story "one wall at a time"

The Cleveland Plain Dealer takes a tour of ArtWorks' mural program and comes away impressed, saying Cincinnati's story "surrounds you, in full color, on the exteriors of buildings."

Cincinnati recommended for "weekend getaway" from Chicago

Inside Hook, a city guide for men in Chicago, recommends Cincinnati as one of "the best destinations that are far away, yet still close to home."

UC professors discover possible "gateway to civilizations" in Greece

A grave discovered by UC Classics professors Jack Davis and Sharon Stocker is yielding artifacts that The New York Times says could be "a gateway" to explain early Ancient Greek culture.

25 years later: Cincinnati and Mapplethorpe

Cincinnati writer/artist Grace Dobush has a well-written story in today's Washington Post about this weekend's 25th anniversary celebration of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe's infamous Perfect Moment exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Center.

Cincinnati among three new U.S. streetcar lines hitting milestones

Urban issues website Next City discusses Cincinnati's Streetcar's final downtown track section being completed in its weekly "New Starts" roundup of newsworthy public transportation projects worldwide.

Ohio political parties want to limit their own power in redistricting

Governing Magazine has a good roundup story about Ohio Issue 1, which would change how Ohio legislators draw its state senate and state rep districts every 10 years.

Procter & Gamble to run its home care/fabric product factories with wind power

Procter & Gamble officials announced at their annual shareholder meeting that the company is building a wind farm in Texas to power all of its North American plants that manufacture home care and fabric products.

Cincinnati's embrace of technology continues to draw attention, this time lasers & road repairs

The City of Cincinnati's embrace of technology and big data has exploded since the launch of its Office of Performance and Data Analytics late last year, with the latest approach being the use of lasers and GPS technology to fix potholes.

How Cincinnati fares in analysis of U.S. bike & walk commuting

According to the League of American Bicyclists, bike commuting is growing quickly in Cincinnati but remains about average for the city's size when analyzed as a percentage of overall commuting trips taken. The numbers of walkers are surprisingly high.

When art fought the law in Cincinnati and art won

On the 25th anniversary of the Contemporary Arts Center's Robert Mapplethorpe exhibition that resulted in obscenity charges against the CAC, Smithsonian Magazine tries to explain how Cincinnati has evolved.

Forbes Travel Guide: "4 reasons Cincinnati is on our radar"

Forbes Travel Guide is bragging on Cincinnati for our up-and-coming food scene, beer and bourbon heritage, an explosion of hipness and easy access to luxurious hotels and high-end experiences.

Considering Ohio's new ethics strategy of publicly shaming politicians

Governing Magazine looks at recent actions by State Auditor Dave Yost to publicize unethical behavior by government officials across Ohio with the hope that public shaming will deter future abuses of power.
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