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Cincinnati restaurant icon serves up autobiography

Jeff Ruby's never-ending quest to brand Jeff Ruby has added another chapter. Cincinnati's famed and outspoken restaurateur recently released his autobiography, "Not Counting Tomorrow: The Unlikely Life of Jeff Ruby." Read more about Jeff Ruby's New Autobiography in USA Today.

Cincinnati streetcar plan pits desire for growth against fiscal restraint

The New York Times weighs in on the Cincinnati streetcar project. Read more.

Cincinnati's streetcar advocates fought City Hall, won

A groundswell of citizen support rose from nowhere in just six weeks to fight City Hall and saveCincinnati's streetcar project. Read more.

A triumph for transit in Cincinnati could mark major policy shift

Wired weighs in on the Cincinnati streetcar project. Read more.

New group petitioning to let voters decide streetcar's fate

A newly formed group known as We Believe in Cincinnati announced a petition drive to put the streetcar issue before voters in a special election as soon as February. They said they hoped to collect 12,000 signatures by Saturday, more than double the amount needed to trigger a special election. The petition kickoff startes tonight at 6 p.m. at the First Lutheran Church at 1208 Race Street. Read more.

Macy's parade musical to debut in Cincinnati with Pops Orchestra

A musical developed by the Macy’s parade team will get its concert hall premiere next month when the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra performs “Macy’s Presents ‘Yes, Virginia’ in Concert.” The concert, to be performed at Music Hall on December 14, is being developed and presented by Macy’s, which is headquartered in Cincinnati. Read more.

Cincinnati Partnership driving results, former director says

Cincinnati USA Partnership’s new strategy of driving local job growth by focusing on key industries is delivering results despite concerns raised by local government leaders over the agency’s communications, staffing and responsibilities, said Denyse Ferguson, the Partnership’s former executive director. Read more.

Investors perk up as Cincinnati startup scene evolves

It has to be encouraging for Cincinnati’s growing group of young, ambitious startup founders to hear that investors are finding a lot more opportunities locally to put their money than they used to. And the entrepreneurs have themselves partly to thank for that change. Read more.

Public Library of Cincinnati gets five-star rating

The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County accepted a national honor last week from the library field’s leading professional publication. "The Library Journal Index of Public Library Service" awarded the public library a five-star rating for service. Read more.

A love letter to Cincinnati

Chef David Falk, who owns and operates three restaurants as part of his Boca Restaurant Group, has lived and honed his craft at restaurants in Chicago, Rome and Florence. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Falk moved home to Cincinnati in September 2001 and opened Boca, his first restaurant. Falk lives perched above downtown in the historic Prospect Hill neighborhood. Read his love letter to Cincinnati.

Ted Kremer, the Cincinnati Reds batboy with Down syndrome, gets his own baseball card

Topps cards absolutely hit a metaphorical grand slam by including Ted Kremer in its 2013 update set, which was released earlier this week. Kremer, a 30-year-old man from the Cincinnati area who has Down syndrome, inspired anybody who heard about his time as a batboy earlier this season for the Cincinnati Reds. Read more.

Why Twitter trends start in Cincinnati

Northlich's Kate Beebe writes a compelling response to the recent Washington Post article titled "Where do Twitter trends start? Try Cincinnati." Read more.

Cincinnati named one of Top 100 Best Places to Live

Livability.com named Cincinnati one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live. Read more.

Cincinnati's 21C named top hotel in U.S.

Cincinnati's 21C Museum Hotel was voted No. 1 hotel in the country in Condé Nast's Traveler's Reader's Choice Awards this week. Its sister hotels in Louisville and Bentonville also finished in the top 10. Read more.

Three Cincinnati designs among 29 of the most awesome concert posters you will ever see

Three posters designed by Cincinnati-area artists made Buzzfeed's "29 of the Most Awesome Posters You Will Ever See" list. Keith Neltner's poster promoting Paleface at Arnold's Bar and Grill came in at No. 2, while Rob Warnick's poster for Guster at Bogart's ranked No. 9, and Tommy Sheehan's poster for Fun at Bunbury Music Festival came in at No. 16. See these awesome gig posters here.
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