Cincinnati In The News
The New York Times "Frugal Traveler" section visits Cincinnati via a new report from Lucas Peterson, who experiences a transcendent moment at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation celebrates Arnold's Bar and Grill in its website "Stories" section, calling the 150-year-old treasure "a rocking place for live music and hearty food."
Politico Magazine presents an exhaustive, well-researched overview of how the City of Cincinnati and 3CDC "salvaged" Over-the-Rhine, putting today's renaissance into proper historical context.
The New York Times Travel section has a guide to "A New Crop of Boutique Hotels in the South," including one that isn't even open yet: Hotel Covington.
Governing Magazine shows one of Cincinnati's defunct inclines carrying streetcars up and down one of the city's bare hills to juxtapose news of the new Cincinnati Streetcar debuting this September.
The New York Times' popular "What You Get" real estate feature turns its attention to suburban Cincinnati, choosing a five-bedroom home in Indian Hill as an example of what you can buy for $900,000 these days.
Preservation Magazine's Spring issue includes a prominent feature story on how Covington is bringing back its West Side neighborhood, centered around rehabs of old shotgun homes on Orchard Street.
Cincinnati is "stepping up its game and becoming a destination for those in the know," writes David Duran at Fodor's Travel in a post titled "Long Weekend in Cincinnati."
The New York Times offers a tribute to architect Zaha Hadid, who died last week, by highlighting her seven most striking designs, including the Contemporary Arts Center downtown.
A Forbes travel and lifestyle writer says Cincinnati's civic revival is thanks in part to the film industry's recent embrace of filming movies here, especially "Carol."
Local writer Margy Waller spreads the gospel of Cincinnati's renaissance worldwide in her latest feature story on Virgin Atlantic's "Our Places" blog, this time focusing on the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
A new travel article in the Lexington Herald-Leader suggests that Cincinnati, just a little more than an hour’s drive from Lexington, Ky., offers great value for a reasonable price, especially in our historic neighborhoods.
The Project for Public Spaces says the kind of "build it and they will come" approach the University of Cincinnati takes toward hiring high-profile architects to design new facilities is ruining college campuses.
The Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University provides a peek at the top 10 urban innovations happening around the world right now, from an internet of freshwater pipes to local sharing economies.
Andrew Davis, managing editor of a Chicago LGBTQ newspaper and website, visited Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky recently to write a travel story and came away impressed.