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An ode to Cincinnati's wild neighbor

Men's Journal recently featured the drink Cin Sin City, which is one of the most popular drinks at beautiful Igby's in downtown Cincinnati. Get the recipe and find out how mixologist Brian Van Flandern came up with the name for the drink.

Cincinnati Children's to launch rare transplant program

A lung transplant program that could prolong the lives of critically ill babies weighing as little as 11 pounds has been started by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Read more.

Cincinnati wins 'Streetsie Award'

Cincinnati recently won a Streetsie Award for Most Kick-Ass Grassroots Movement for Livable Streets. Cincinnati won the people's choice award for its movement to save the Cincinnati streetcar project. Read more about the Streetsie Awards.

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.

Three UC CCM alumni on Broadway in 'Annie' revival

Until Jan. 5, 2014, Broadway audiences have a chance to catch three UC alumnae in a Tony-nominated musical—the revival of “Annie.” The biggest name of the pair is Faith Prince, CCM ’79, HonDoc ’09, who co-stars as Miss Hannigan, the alcoholic matron at the orphange. Read more.

Scuba Santa among 8 most badass Santas in the world

Buzzfeed has named the Newport Aquarium's Scuba Santa one of the most badass santas in the world. Read more.

Kentucky architects vote NKU student union as favorite college campus architecture

The James C. and Rachel M. Votruba Student Union at Northern Kentucky University has been named the favorite building on any college campus in Kentucky based on an online vote conducted by the American Institute of Architects Kentucky. Read more.

Empowering an Island of Misfit Toys

Chelsea Koglmeier is the operations manager at Roadtrippers.com and part of the first class of Venture for America Fellows. She recently wrote a bog post about what makes her startup team continue to grow as part of a series produced by The Huffington Post and Venture for America, in conjunction with the Venture for America Innovation Fund. Right now, seven teams of VFA Fellows are competing for access to $20,000 to get projects off the ground and make an impact in in Detroit, Providence, Cincinnati and New Orleans. Read more.


Cincinnati Children's Hospital gets wonky to transform the health of its community

Between 2009 and 2011, children from low-income areas like Evanston East and Walnut Hills were 88 times more likely to be admitted into the hospital for emergency treatment of asthma than were kids from Indian Hill. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital wants to address those health disparities. The 130-year-old hospital, world-renowned for its care of kids with cancer, is now redefining its mission in broader terms. The new goal, says Robert Kahn, director of the hospital’s Community Health Initiative, is to improve the health of all the county’s children, not just provide excellent treatment to those who are sick. Read more.

Covington arts center chosen to design ornaments for National Christmas tree display

Chad Turner, Judy Sanders and Rosemary Topie at The Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center have been chosen to design and create the ornaments for Kentucky’s tree for the 2013 National Christmas Tree display in President’s Park in Washington. Read more.

Cincinnati may get Daytona tourism dollars

An advisory committee of the Halifax Area Advertising Authority unanimously voted Friday to recommend spending more than $300,000 originally set aside for advertising in Columbus to promote Daytona Beach in Cincinnati. 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.
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