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CINCINNATI IN THE NEWS

Once you visit or move to the Cincinnati region, you understand what all the hype is about. But instead of telling you ourselves, we thought you might appreciate what national media outlets have to say about visiting, living, working and exploring Cincy.

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Toronto Sun: Cincinnati the crown jewel of the Midwest for travel lovers

From sports to food to history, the region has plenty to offer for a weekend getaway

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Miami Herald: Spend Black Business month in Cincinnati at these three unique locations

You’re wrong if you thought Cincinnati, Ohio, was just skyline chili and the Bengals. It tops the list as one of the most fun cities in the U.S. and the Best Cities for Millennials. Cincinnati is a perfect place for talent and travelers wanting to live and visit the heart of the nation. Boredom doesn’t exist in the Queen City! It is consistently topping charts as one of the Best Foodie Cities in America, Best Cities for Beer Drinkers, Best Cities for Artists, and Best Sports Cities.

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MSN: Cincinnati: Enjoy the River Way of Life

What comes to mind when someone mentions Cincinnati? This city in Southwestern Ohio is known for its rich German heritage, professional sports teams, delicious regional foods, unique museums, and small-town atmosphere with big-city amenities. Although these are great city offerings, living in Cincinnati yields a few other rewards many have overlooked.

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Cincinnati’s Underworld Black Arts Festival celebrates the fundamentals of hip-hop

The Underworld Black Arts Festival recently held its fifth annual celebration in Cincinnati, OH. The festival brought together several legends in the music industry and pop culture to amplify the voices of local, national and international artists.

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Living in Downtown Cincinnati

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Go There: Nosh, Linger & Explore Things to Do in Northern Kentucky

Just outside of Cincinnati, this region offers a scene all its own as visitors discover and explore all the fun things to do in Northern Kentucky. Crossing the state line from Ohio marks the beginning of the South, and you’ll find cute neighborhoods, plus way more in this area comprised of almost 40 cities.

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WSJ: America’s Downtowns Are Empty. Fixing Them Will Be Expensive.

Developers in Cincinnati have plans for or have already started converting 2.4 million square-feet of office space to apartments and other uses. That accounts for 7% of the city’s office stock, the second-highest proportion in the U.S. behind Cleveland, according to the brokerage CBRE.

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Forbes: How To Spend Two Days In Cincinnati

No matter how many times you approach Cincinnati from I-75 North, the view never gets old. Sitting on the edge of the Ohio River, the city of 2.2 million metro residents boasts an impressive downtown skyline, waterfront stadiums and hilly terrain. Once you take a closer look at the Queen City, the vistas get even better.

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Three to see: Cincinnati, the Ohio River, and northern Kentucky

“To the people of Cincinnati.”

If you are familiar with the 1978-1982 television show WKRP in Cincinnati, you saw those words, located on the Tyler Davidson Fountain, as the opening theme played.

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CINCINNATI-BASED BLACK OWNED SECURES LICENSING DEAL WITH UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI FOR EXCLUSIVE APPAREL LINE

An apparel company rooted in Cincinnati, drawing inspiration from the founders’ upbringing in Cincinnati’s urban neighborhoods and his collegiate experience at a predominantly white university, is having a full-circle moment after securing a licensing partnership with the University of Cincinnati.

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HOW THE CINCINNATI BLACK MUSIC WALK OF FAME IS A TESTAMENT TO THE CITY’S BLACK OWNED-BUSINESSES

The Cincinnati Music Festival pulls in the most tourists the Midwest city sees annually. 2023 marked the festival’s 55th year and saw an influx of over 90,000 tourists visiting the town, with an economic boost totaling over $107 million.

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