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New York Times does Cincinnati on a budget

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.

Greater Cincinnati ranked #9 among regions "where manufacturing is thriving"

Forbes ranks Greater Cincinnati #9 among 48 U.S. metro regions for growth in manufacturing employment, saying jobs grew by almost 12 percent in this region from 2010 to 2015.

How Cincinnati salvaged the nation's most dangerous neighborhood

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.

Food tours are a delicious way to explore Cincinnati

A new Travel Diary post on the family travel website Taking the Kids explores Findlay Market and Over-the-Rhine via a day with Cincinnati Food Tours.

Local startup Spatial among 12 international companies in auto mobility accelerator

The mobility accelerator operated by Boulder-Color.-based Techstars recently named Cincinnati startup Spatial as one of the 12 companies in its Techstars Mobility Class of 2016.

Mortar turns locals into entrepreneurs in Cincinnati's gentrifying economy

Mortar's nine-week business development program is explained and celebrated in Yes! Magazine, which features graduate Jasmine Ford, who will be opening a storefront bakery in Walnut Hills.

Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus to use high-tech tools to fight blight

Next City explores how the Motor City Mapping project, a citywide effort to create a comprehensive property dashboard in Detroit, is now expanding to Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus.

Avondale program shows how the arts contribute to creating more equitable places

Margy Waller reports on a painting project in Avondale for Americans for the Arts' ArtsBlog, exploring how the arts can contribute to creating more equitable local communities.

Japp's recognized by Esquire as one of the "best bars in America"

Molly Wellmann and her Japp's establishment on Main Street get high praise from Esquire Magazine, which includes the OTR gem on his list of the 18 best bars in America.

Over-the-Rhine is Cincinnati's booming foodie neighborhood

The Chicago Tribune's travel section features a guide to Over-the-Rhine dining options, saying you can do breakfast, lunch and dinner without leaving the 1300 block of Vine Street ... but you should branch out.

Want a bike-friendly city? Get ready to fail until it works, says Wired

A fascinating article from Wired about building a bike-friendly urban culture doesn't specifically mention Cincinnati, but its findings and recommendations definitely apply to us.

Playhouse featured in New York Times story about marketing provocative shows

Playhouse in the Park is one of six regional theaters The New York Times interviews about marketing "Sex With Strangers," a provocative play about a relationship between a female novelist and younger male blogger.

Preservation Magazine sees how Covington's Shotgun Row fosters a sense of community

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.

Contemporary Arts Center was one of Zaha Hadid's most striking designs, says New York Times

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.

KPMG study shows Cincinnati as most cost-friendly business location among large U.S. cities

Cincinnati's favorable leasing costs and low property taxes help make it the most cost-friendly U.S. city to do business, according to a recently released study by audit, tax and advisory firm KPMG.
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