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A battle cry for hospitality

In Esquire magazine's column The Spill, Cincinnati chef David Falk says down with the frauds, the fame chasing chefs and their edible pond scum dioramas. We need craveable food served with human empathy. Read more.

A power surge in the rust belt

General Electric Co. is about to strengthen its ties to downtown Cincinnati in the latest sign that urban centers in the Rust Belt are becoming more attractive to U.S. corporations. Read more.

General Electric's Generic Building

Will money trump quality in the review of the proposed GE office building in Cincinnati? Read what Architect Magazine has to say.

Style across America: Touching down in Cincinnati

This spring, the editors of Esquire set off on a cross-country journey to discover the best of what the United States has to offer. From style to food and drink and other distinctly American oddities, they scoured this land by car from New York to L.A. Here's a sampling of what they encountered on their journey from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati. 

5 cities with up-and-coming downtowns

Fortune’s Leigh Gallagher tells you about five cities across America going through urban renaissances.

Ever true to you, local parlor

In a New York Times article devoted to ice cream, hometown favorites Graeter's and Aglamesis Brothers get the sweet treatment. Read more.


Two Cincinnati landmarks among most endangered in US

The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s 2014 list, which lists the country’s most endangered historic places, was released last week. For the first time, the list includes two sites from the same city—Cincinnati—where it recognizes the Art Deco Union Terminal and Music Hall as buildings in need of large-scale restorations. Read more.

An architecture-lover's road trip

Some of the best modernist and contemporary buildings in the world are clustered in the Midwest along a route from Cleveland to Chicago, including a stop in Cincinnati. Read more.

Mentors help minority companies accelerate growth

Minority business accelerators have launched in a handful of metropolitan areas in recent years as local businesses, chambers of commerce and economic development groups work to create more jobs and improve the quality of life in their regions. The Cincinnati accelerator, created by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber in 2003, has inspired officials and business people in the Greenville, S.C.; Charlotte, N.C., and Newark, N.J. areas to start similar programs. Read more.

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 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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