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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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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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The Cincinnati Black Music Walk Of Fame Honors Hometown Heroes

Hamilton County Commission President Alicia Reece is on a mission to celebrate hometown heroes. As the founder of the Cincinnati Black Music Walk of Fame, she provides space for that necessary recognition. Opened to the public on July 22, the tourist attraction cements the legacy of musicians born and raised in Southwest Ohio (Cincinnati, Dayton, Hamilton, Middletown, and Springfield), as well as acts that were greatly influenced by the area.

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Is Cincinnati Safe?

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JAMES BROWN HONORED AT HISTORIC GRAND OPENING OF CINCINNATI BLACK MUSIC WALK OF FAME

On Saturday, July 22, the late Godfather of Soul had his star placed with others honoring Cincinnati music legends Philippé Wynne, who sang lead in The Spinners, and Louise Shropshire, who penned the lyrics of the iconic civil rights anthem “We Shall Overcome.” Babyface’s original R&B group The Deele also received a star for their musical contributions and ties to the city.

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5 Best Moments Of The 2023 Cincinnati Music Festival

“You can’t sleep on our city,” declared Mayor Aftab Pureval at a press conference at the local Hard Rock Casino, hours before the 2023 Cincinnati Music Festival was officially set to begin. “This is what makes Cincy so special … showcasing our strength as a cultural center.”

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Go There: Queen of the Midwest Cincinnati is Sure to Captivate You

This city will surprise and delight with its cool architecture, expansive parks, fascinating history, pretty waterfront and things to do and see for every taste and every type of visitor.

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New York Times: Reimagining ‘Madame Butterfly,’ With Asian Creators at the Helm

The auditorium lights dimmed, and the cast and crew of Cincinnati Opera’s new production of Puccini’s “Madame Butterfly” anxiously took their places.

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Cincinnati Black Music Walk of Fame’s Grand Opening to Celebrate 2023 Inductees James Brown, L.A. Reid & Babyface Group, More

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Why Cincinnati deserves to be your next US city break

I was barely a couple of blocks into my first stroll around downtown Cincinnati, heading north from the business district that lines the Ohio River with its smattering of skyscrapers, when I began spying street art.

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