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Cincinnati traffic reporter's 'Let It Go' parody is big hit

WKRC Cincinnati traffic reporter Bob Herzog, who does a regular "Dance Party Friday" segment, did a parody of "Let It Go" from the blockbuster Disney movie "Frozen," called "Just Don't Go."

"I thought one of [the songs from the movie], if I put my own words to it, really speaks to what a traffic man has to deal with when you have weather conditions like we've had this winter," Herzog says."

The parody was so popular, it was picked up by The Huffington Post. Read more and watch the video.

Cincinnati gets top billing in National Geographic

Whether you're looking to get up to speed on the revitalization of downtown or just want to ratchet your hometown pride up a notch, this feature of the month from National Geographic on all things Cincinnati will give you your fix. Read more.

Talking tech in Cincinnati with Roadtrippers

USA Today's Jefferson Graham visits James Fisher and his Cincinnati-based Roadtrippers to find out what it's like starting a tech firm in the Queen City. Read more.

Pittsburgh looks to Over-the-Rhine for civic ideas

Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood is becoming a popular destination for Pittsburghers involved in redeveloping the former Civic Arena site in the Lower Hill District. Read more.


Cincinnati entrepreneur wants to put a home-cooked meal on your table

Cincinnati startup Nourish wants to help people who are too busy, tired or lazy to cook a meal after a long day at work. Read more.

Cincinnati health system named among top employers for executive women

TriHealth, which operates four hospitals in Greater Cincinnati, has been named one of the nation’s top 10 nonprofit employers for executive women for the sixth year in a row. Read more.

FTA to Cincinnati: Consider more streetcar

The Federal Transit Administration appears to be encouraging Cincinnati to begin planning to extend its starter streetcar line, the latter currently under construction. The FTA is urging the line be extended to the Uptown area, an employment center of 55,000 jobs. The current line, serving the city's Downtown, is home to 64,000 jobs. Read more.

Cincinnati is among most romantic U.S. cities

Amazon.com released its list of the 20 Most Romantic Cities in America, and Cincinnati came in at No. 8.

Amazon looked at cities with more than 100,000 residents and compiled data on the romantic products they bought, including romance novels and relationship books, romantic comedy movies, romantic music, as well as sales of sexual wellness products. Read more.
 

Cincinnati ranked in top 10 for aspiring photographers

Udemy, the world’s largest marketplace for online courses, shared data about the learning habits of it more than 2 million students and found that Cincinnati was among the top 10 U.S. cities for aspiring photographers. Read more.

Possible named one of 10 agencies to watch in 2014

Possible, a creative agency with offices in downtown Cincinnati, was named one of 10 ad agencies to watch in 2014 by AdvertisingAge. Read more.

Near death in NKY: Why people should buy coffee for this man

A group of roasters and retailers from throughout the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas have been coordinating multiple efforts to benefit Rhett Harkins, who barely survived a 60-foot fall during a December 14 hike that left him wheelchair-bound with broken and shattered bones. Read more.

Business incubator is ranked best in Ohio

The Hamilton County Business Center enjoys strong relationships with the region's investors and entrepreneurs. Read more.

Plight of Cincinnati Zoo's Sumatran rhino chronicled in new book

The plight of doomed, extinct or nearly extinct animals is embodied in Elizabeth Kolbert’s arresting new book, “The Sixth Extinction,” by two touching creatures, including Suci, a 10-year-old Sumatran rhino who lives at the Cincinnati Zoo and is one of the few of her endangered species to be “born anywhere over the past three decades.” Read more.

Four days in Cincinnati: A photo essay

"When I won an assignment to direct a commercial [in Cincinnati] in the middle of January this year, all I heard from friends and family were scoffs and pity. … And, to leave the sunny embrace of Los Angeles and fall into the death grip of a polar vortex, did seem like potential bummer. But, it was the opposite." Read more.

Cincinnati named best U.S. city for consumer banking

Cincinnati was named the No. 1 city in the U.S. for consumer banking. Read more.
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