Our City's Stories
We can’t stop amplifying the amazing things going on in our city. Turns out, neither can national news services! We have collected all of the latest articles in an easily shared space so you can read up on the excitement.
The Cincinnati Real Estate Market with Stas Grinberg, Vision & Beyond
In this Millionacres Spotlight we focus on Cincinnati, Ohio. The managing principal of Vision & Beyond Capital Investments, based in Cincinnati, discusses what makes Cincinnati such a great real estate market.
Summertime…and the Sloganeering Is a Little Awkward
In Hamilton County, Ohio, home to Cincinnati, leaders embraced the slogan “Get Your Cincy On!”
The Queen City: Discover Cincinnati
Getting to Cincinnati proved to be effortless, even with the airlines’ reduced schedules making travel more difficult. Both Southwest and United offered good options. Of course, choosing the right hotel to stay at was the most important choice...
How investing in infrastructure will help drive the U.S. economy
Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber CEO & President Jill Meyer joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss how investing in infrastructure will help drive the U.S. economy.
Making Black History 2021: Gee Horton
14 Underground Destinations to Visit Across the U.S.
This recently-opened underground bar in Cincinnati rests four stories below street level in what used to be a brewery tunnel from more than a hundred years ago.
Why the organization charged with getting Cincinnati good press is changing its name
The initiative created by Cincinnati business and tourism officials aimed at generating positive press for the Cincinnati region in the national media is changing its name.
The Best Road Trips Of 2021: 3 Top Destinations For A Socially Distanced Vacation
Affordable and easily socially distanced, a road trip kicking off in Cincinnati serves up a bona fide slice of Americana with an intriguing cultural bent many might not expect from the Buckeye State.
Meet Kristin Kitchen, a Hotelier Dedicated to Helping the Local Community and Spotlighting African-American Culture and History
Kristin Kitchen's Miami property, Dunns Josephine Hotel, housed the homeless amid the COVID-19 pandemic, providing a place to stay, hot meals, and more.
So You Want to Open a Hotel? Now?
Some new hotels and inns are thriving during these trying times by doubling down on the local market, creating escapist atmospheres and employing other, almost unheard-of tactics.
These Exhibits Are Coming To U.S. Museums In 2021
This Cincinnati museum is putting historic footwear forward in an exhibit involving shoes tied to the subjects of labor activism, suffrage and the sexual revolution.