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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.
Conde Nast: 23 Best Places to Go in 2023
Ten years ago, Cincinnati bar maven Molly Wellman crossed the Ohio River to open Old Kentucky Bourbon Bar in Covington, Kentucky. The move set off a chain reaction of upscale bourbon bar and eclectic distillery openings in recent years, making the region a must-visit for whiskey lovers.
POLITICO: They Told Him to Change His Name. Now Crowds Are Shouting It.
Aftab Pureval, the young mayor of Cincinnati, has Democrats reaching for some flattering comparisons. It was 16 minutes past noon and the mayor had already downed a shot of orange liqueur mixed with Monster energy drink when the local tailgate tycoon commonly called Bengal Jim handed him a microphone...
Cincy Region 4-Day Trip! BLINK, Food, & Travel in Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky
Looking to travel to the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky region? Travel & food blogger Raymond Cua did a 4-day trip in the Cincy Region for BLINK festival, food and fun. In this in-depth video, he covers some of the best things to do, places to eat and drink, and where to stay.
It’s harder to buy a house. This city fought back by outbidding corporate landlords
Demetrius Harper-Edwards and his girlfriend, Sarai Yisrael, spent the pandemic lockdown dreaming of owning a home. They saved for a down payment, and worked to repair their credit...this year the couple's dream suddenly got more real, when they received a letter saying the house they've rented for four years had changed hands.
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Bloomberg: Pay Is Becoming More Transparent In Cincinnati
A growing number of cities and states are updating salary reporting policies to increase transparency, in attempts to close gender and racial wage gaps. In this edition of Bloomberg Equality, Caroline Hyde, Romaine Bostick and Taylor Riggs discuss the movement and the performance of these policies with Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval.
Cincinnati 1 of 8 Places in U.S. to Visit in December
According to famous author Charles Dickens, Cincinnati is a lovely city that is cheery, flourishing, and alive. Downtown is another illustration of this renaissance, with recent renovations to the riverside Great American Ball Park and the pedestrian-friendly Fountain Square. Some of the more pastoral regions have stayed mostly unchanged. A stroll through Spring Grove Cemetery & Arboretum, as well as Eden Park, which sprawls out alongside the Cincinnati Art Museum, will persuade you of this.
Travelling Foodie: 12 Things To Love About The Cincy Region Food Scene
The Cincy Region is such a special place. When you hear “Cincy Region,” you’re probably only thinking of Cincinnati. But there’s so much more to this historic region on the banks of the Ohio River. Divided by the 981-mile Ohio River, you have Cincinnati (aka Queen City) on one side and Northern Kentucky (or NKY) on the other. A trip to the Cincy Region means you’ll get to experience the cultures and cuisines of both destinations.
Forbes: Blink, Cincinnati. Don’t Miss It
Sometimes, people think art is something for a special class. It’s not. Art is a celebration of creativity. Joy is the human response to that art which touches you in same manner. For anyone open to a new experience, an openhearted community, the ability in this post-Covid world to be among people or the curiosity to see what Halloween could be if it deemphasized candy, get here. Blink deserves to be seen and heard.
Artist Shows Virtual Memorial In Honor Of Breonna Taylor’s Life At Cincinnati BLINK
From Oct. 13 to Oct. 16, Cinncinati’s BLINK, the nation’s largest immersive event, will host Breonna’s Garden, a veneration of Taylor’s life through augmented reality (AR). Participants will be able to experience two locations inside the virtual world, one being Taylor’s family home.
Savoring Bourbon, and its storied history, in northern kentucky
As new distilleries pop up across the United States, the region along the Ohio River remains a particularly exciting destination for spirits tourism.