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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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Domestic Destinations: How to spend a weekend In Black-owned Cincinnati

Forget everything you thought you knew about the “Nasty Nati” and get ready to embrace everything Black-owned in Cincinnati, from the food and libations to the city’s diverse cultural experiences.

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Cincinnati Children’s Is A Unicorn, But It Should Be A Role Model

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is a unicorn – not the mythical kind, looking like a horse with a single straight horn, but the metaphorical kind, “something unusual, rare or unique.” Cincinnati Children’s is a patient safety unicorn, a place where achieving zero patient harm is a genuine cornerstone of the corporate culture.

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More than 250,000 attend Cincinnati Pride 2024

Hundreds of thousands of people visited downtown for the annual Cincinnati Pride celebrations. More than 150,000 people are estimated to have watched the parade, which kicked off around 11 a.m. Saturday, starting at Seventh and Plum streets. People representing more than 100 different organizations traveled the route, leading them down Vine Street past Fountain Square.

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The 8 must-visit new restaurants to try this summer

A longtime Cincinnati pasta pop-up finds a permanent space, a steakhouse from a decorated San Diego chef, and more restaurant openings we can't wait for.

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A Guide to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail

For something more urban, there’s now Louisville’s Urban Bourbon Trail, and Northern Kentucky’s B-Line of bourbon bars located just outside of bustling Cincinnati.

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We’re millennial brothers and business partners who left San Francisco’s tech bubble for the Midwest manufacturing scene

We knew CVG Airport in Cincinnati had a real track record of innovation and taking care of startups. The area was also advantageous for manufacturing.

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5 Great Places to Drink Bourbon on Northern Kentucky’s “B-Line”

Most cities with tourism built around “night life” spots tend to conduct a certain, delicate dance around directly or bombastically advertising themselves as destinations for drinking. Alcohol is, after all, still viewed as a vice to a sizeable segment of polite society...

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Where to Play, Eat, and Stay in Cincinnati If You Love Baseball, Bourbon, Beer, and More

Welcome to this Midwest region that sparkles with colorful murals, James Beard-nominated chefs, a passion for the Reds, a love for the arts, award-winning craft breweries, creative cocktails, and a network of bourbon destinations for those who like it neat or on the rocks. Here’s why now is a perfect time to visit Cincinnati.

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Opening Day in Cincinnati Is a Celebration of Far More Than Baseball

Opening Day energy is something difficult to encapsulate without seeing it first hand for yourself, as I recently did on a visit to Cincinnati. From the early hours of the morning, the urban cityscape of Cincy becomes drenched in the color red, as a slow trickle quickly develops into throngs of jubilant residents–many of them already intoxicated–crowding the streets.

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Where to eat in Cincinnati, the Ohio city championing beer and bacon doughnuts

Set on the Ohio River, the culinary culture of this Kentucky borderland city has been shaped by German settlers and farmland food, defined by plenty of beer and comfort dishes like chilli dogs and bacon-topped doughnuts.

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