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Topping nationwide lists for "most affordable," "best rehab market" and "most livable," Cincinnati is becoming an increasingly popular destination for both young professionals and growing families. Cincinnati has also become a choice city for entrepreneurs and small-business owners, thanks to award-winning startup accelerators and incubators like the Brandery. Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber's HYPE ambassador program and local groups like Cincinnati Imports make the move a little easier for newcomers.

Move to Cincinnati Features

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Music Hall's "organic" history: Hook & Hastings and the Mighty Wurlitzer

With the reopening of Music Hall, new tours are planned by SPMH volunteers, including one with an “organic” focus: Showing off the majestic organs that have occupied the space, from the original Hook & Hastings model to the famed Mighty Wurlitzer.

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Clarinets to cabinets: Old is new again in thriving reuse economy

Whether you're looking for affordable kitchen reno options or creative ways to keep your kids preoccupied over holiday break, Cincinnati’s reuse economy is answering the call. Take a look at these local groups proving that everything old is new again.

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Behind the curtain, 'invisible' Music Hall upgrades make a noticeable difference

Post-renovation reviews thus far have focused on highly visible changes to iconic Music Hall. This week, four Cincinnati arts leaders discuss "invisible systems" and behind-the-scenes changes that will do as much (or more) to positively impact production and patron experience.

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IDEALAB 2017: "Movement Makers" at the heart of change in Cincy and beyond

On Dec. 4, IDEALAB returns for its second iteration, featuring three keynote speakers who are true "movement makers," as well as afternoon breakout sessions designed to encourage attendees to turn their ideas into action.

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A tech hub, an app, a teenage breakfast shop: Here's how we'll keep talent in Cincinnati

Despite our award-winning accelerator programs, creative flight has always threatened Cincy's talent pool. Leaders like MORTAR's Allen Woods want to rectify that by building an intentionally diverse, welcoming ecosystem where ideas can thrive. And it just might be working.
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Move to Cincinnati Videos

Soapbox original film captures the challenges and victories of Covington, a city on the rise

Soapbox closes out its 12-week embedded On the Ground series with a look at the victories, remaining challenges and hopes of some of Covington's most passionate advocates.

CVG Fast Facts

We took a trip to CVG to discover a city within a city, and to bring you some facts about the airport that you may not know.

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Pop up umbrella dancing as creative placemaking

Placemaking efforts bring artists together with residents and developers to build community, including nearly 200 people who created a surprise dance video with umbrellas at a LISC/ArtsWave luncheon.

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A fundraising video of reckless optimism

Cincinnati native Chelsea Koglmeier combines her experience in entrepreneurship and her passion for social good to launch Bikes of Reckless Optimism this week via an Indiegogo campaign.

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Ellen Katz leads The Greater Cincinnati Foundation into a bright future

Greater Cincinnati Foundation President/CEO Ellen Katz, who recently announced the foundation had been entrusted with a record-breaking $100 million in gifts in 2015, looks to a bright future for Cincinnati's philanthropic work.
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Allison Hines, Butcher Betties

Allison Hines, Butcher Betties

City: Over-the-Rhine
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Kate Riddle, Tantrum

City: Northside
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