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Oyler School's role in transforming Lower Price Hill praised by national education leader

Martin J. Blank, President of the Institute for Educational Leadership, writes about Oyler School's role in the transformation of Lower Price Hill in a Huffington Post blog post titled "What Happens When a Crack House Becomes an Early Childhood Learning Center?"

U.S. News ranks Ohio State as top area college, followed by IU and Miami

The new U.S. News & World Report college rankings says in the intro, "The host of intangibles that makes up the college experience can't be measured by a series of data points," then does just that. The data points add up to Ohio State as the top area school, followed by Indiana University and Miami University.

New York Times celebrates "Cincinnati Starchitecture" on UC campus

The New York Times Magazine's "Education Issue" includes a online slideshow, "Cincinnati Starchitecture," and feature story that examine the University of Cincinnati's investments (and debt load) to make its campus a playground for renowned architects.

NKY's Judge David Bunning "has guts," Washington Post reports

The Washington Post offers a profile of Judge David Bunning, "the devout Catholic and son of former U.S. senator and Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Bunning (who) became the first U.S. judge to issue a jail sentence to enforce the Supreme Court's ruling that made gay marriage legal across the country."

Cincinnati the cheapest of 24 major U.S. cities surveyed for living costs

Cincinnati is the least expensive major city for a single person, according to a Yahoo Finance survey of the cost of living in 24 major U.S. cities.

Ohio fumes over renaming of Mount McKinley

Ohio politicians are upset that President Obama used an executive order to restore the name of Mount McKinley in Alaska to its original native name, Denali, reports the New York Times, which then dismisses all concerns.

Cincinnati Public Library improves to fifth busiest in U.S.

The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County checked out more than 18 million items in 2014, making it the fifth busiest public library system in the U.S.

"Choice amenities" like Washington Park are changing urban landscape across U.S.

Governing Magazine discusses how new ideas and players are coalescing to provide attractive options for the livability of cities, including Washington Park as a prime example of urban projects blurring the distinction between recreation and mobility.

NYT Magazine chronicles Cincinnati Reds' long connection to Cuba

The New York Times Magazine examines the Cincinnati Reds' long connection to Cuban baseball, including star Tony Perez, whose statue at Great American Ball Park will be unveiled this weekend.

Social media roundup of FC Cincinnati announcement

FC Cincinnati was introduced this week as an expansion team in the United Soccer League and will play at UC's newly renovated Nippert Stadium starting next year.

47 local companies ranked on Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private firms

A total of 47 Greater Cincinnati companies are ranked in this year's Inc. 5000 list of the nation's fastest growing privately held firms, with United Installs of Erlanger and ePremium Insurance of Mason making the Inc. 500 list.

Could Cincinnati be a model for police reform nationwide?

Boston's public radio station discusses the recent spate of police shootings of unarmed African Americans by asking the question, "Could Cincinnati be a model for police reform nationwide?"

Cincinnati's marketing efforts a "best practices" model for collaboration

Forbes suggests how successful cities get their main marketing organizations to work together to increase investment, using Cincinnati as a "best practices" example based on last year's "Cincy in NYC" event.

Lonnie Wheeler's new baseball book focuses on the game's little things

Former Enquirer sportswriter Lonnie Wheeler has published another baseball book, Intangiball, and it was reviewed in The Washington Post last week.

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.
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