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All signs point to Cincinnati

American Sign Museum is featured in a new travel story in the Philadelphia Inquirer, the second time this year the funky Camp Washington museum has received national media coverage.

Miami, XU, UC and NKU ranked in Forbes' top 650 colleges

Forbes is out with its annual rankings of U.S. colleges and universities, focusing more than ever on the hot topic of a college degree's return on investment. Miami University was the top Cincinnati area school, ranking 167 overall.

Roundup: Media coverage of Tensing indictment

Here's a roundup of local and national media coverage surrounding UC Office Ray Tensing's indictment on murder charges and police/community relationships in Cincinnati.

City birds really are meaner

Gizmodo offers a little insight into modern urban life by citing a recent study published in the journal Behavioral Ecology that basically confirms city birds are meaner than country birds.

Jeff Ruby's named best steakhouse in Ohio

Business Insider magazine has collaborated with Foursquare to identify the top steakhouses in every state based on what Foursquare-savvy diners think, and Jeff Ruby's was named tops in Ohio.

Cincinnati is recapturing and redefining its dining legacy

Cincinnati native Keith Pandolfi makes a convincing argument in Savuer Magazine that Cincinnati is and should be recognized as the next big food city in the U.S.

How Cincinnati nailed the All Star Game

Now that the 2015 All Star Game has come and gone, what were the main impressions Cincinnati left on the MLB players and officials, the visitors and the media? Here's a roundup of day-after assessments.

MLB.com highlights Cincinnati's attractions for All Star Game visitors

Leading off the All Star Game's national media coverage of Cincinnati attractions and quirks is Major League Baseball itself, offering an MLB.com overview of Cincinnati attractions along with Skyline, Graeter's and Montgomery Inn ribs.

UC's Santa Ono lauded as "true gentleman and scholar" for giving bonus to charity

The Huffington Post gives some national attention to UC President Santa Ono's recent decision to turn down his $200,000 bonus and donate the money to charity and the family of slain Cincinnati Police Office Sonny Kim.

Curtis Sittenfeld on the institution of marriage in New York Times

Here are links to local and national coverage of yesterday's historic Supreme Court ruling in favor of marriage rights for all Americans. Also check out the New York Times op-ed from writer Curtis Sittenfeld, a Cincinnati native and P.G.'s sister.

Union Terminal the most beautiful place in Ohio

Food/drink/travel website Thrillist has published a list of the most beautiful places in all 50 states, and their choice for Ohio is Union Terminal, home of the Cincinnati Museum Center and one of only two buildings highlighted across the U.S.

Midwestern cities connect manufacturing past with tomorrow's next big tech invention

Next City looks at how Midwestern cities are trying to revive manufacturing in the startup economy under the catchy title "Cleveland Wants to Make Sure the Next Wright Brothers Come From the Rust Belt."

WSJ highlights Cincinnati Art Museum show in Japanese art roundup

The Wall Street Journal's Arts section reviews historic Japanese art now on display in three U.S. cities: Cincinnati Art Museum, New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture in Hanford, Calif.

Have developers figured out the "secret sauce" for gentrifying neighborhoods?

Have urban real estate investors come up with a proven formula to push redevelopment in "transitional" neighborhoods? According to Quartz, it could be something as simple and intuitive as opening a coffee shop.

Beer and baseball traditions make Cincinnati a "fun Midwest destination"

The New York Daily News has a new travel piece focusing on Cincinnati's beer brewing and baseball traditions, riverfront development, downtown hotel and restaurant options and Over-the-Rhine's renaissance.
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