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Newport Aquarium named a top 10 US aquarium

Newport Aquarium was ranked the No. 9 U.S. aquarium in an article written by US City Traveler’s founder Taylor Goldblatt, whose work has been featured by National Geographic, The New York Times, Lonely Planet, The Washington Post and Travel Channel.

An ode to Cincinnati's wild neighbor

Men's Journal recently featured the drink Cin Sin City, which is one of the most popular drinks at beautiful Igby's in downtown Cincinnati. Get the recipe and find out how mixologist Brian Van Flandern came up with the name for the drink.

Scuba Santa among 8 most badass Santas in the world

Buzzfeed has named the Newport Aquarium's Scuba Santa one of the most badass santas in the world. Read more.

From bands to building brands: Becoming Powerhouse Factories

HOW magazine, one of the graphic-design industry's leading publications, recently featured Newport, Ky.-based Powerhouse Factories. The article discusses Powerhouse's deep roots in gig poster design and shares how the cutting-edge firm stays grounded and consistently creative. Read more.

Cincinnati named one of Top 100 Best Places to Live

Livability.com named Cincinnati one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live. Read more.

AT&T opens new store in Newport featuring modern design that mirrors its customers' mobile lifestyle

As the lines between the physical and digital retail worlds blur and consumers turn to their mobile devices and apps to enhance their mobile lifestyle, AT&T is transforming its retail stores in Kentucky and Ohio to enhance the shopping experience for its customers. Read more.

Printís June 2013 Issue

Powerhouse Factories helped design the cover of June's PRINT magazine. Take a look at how and why.

Here's the story behind the cover.

Cheesy Goodness

Local favorite Tom + Chee gets a shout-out from foodie travelers at Pop Culture Cuisine.

Read the full story here.

Newport Aquarium tops list of best aquariums

Newport Aquarium tops this list of best aquariums in the country.

Read the full story here.

How three cities are solving big problems

Leaders in Cincinnati and two neighboring cities in Kentucky are working together on a comprehensive approach, "cradle to career," on education. What began as scattershot approaches turned into a highly coordinated approach to the full education continuum.

Read the full story here.

Meandering along the Ohio River

Columbus Dispatch reporter Steve Stephens writes about a recent trip he took to Cincinnati with his family.  He decided to take a boat trip along the Ohio River instead - taking in the sights and sounds along the way.

Stephens' visit took him to the Newport Acquarium, Hofbrauhaus, Main Strasse, Devou Park and several other local attractions.  The visit was an escape from reality for Stephens, and allowed him to take in part of Cincinnati in a way many have not.

Read full article here.

Meandering along the Ohio River

Columbus Dispatch reporter Steve Stephens writes about a recent trip he took to Cincinnati with his family.  He decided to take a boat trip along the Ohio River instead - taking in the sights and sounds along the way.

Stephens' visit took him to the Newport Acquarium, Hofbrauhaus, Main Strasse, Devou Park and several other local attractions.  The visit was an escape from reality for Stephens, and allowed him to take in part of Cincinnati in a way many have not.

Read full article here.

Polar Plunge raises money for Special Olympics

Hundreds gathered to watch as dozens of teams participated in a "Polar Plunge" into an outdoor pool with sub-freezing temperatures at Newport on the Levee to raise money for the Special Olympics of Ohio and Kentucky.

The 481 people who participated helped raise a record $117,703 which broke the previous record amount raised in 2009 of $97,000.  This was the plunge's 11th year, and the fifth year that the two states worked together on the event.

Read full article here.

Riverboat owner wants to go green

Newport-based BB Riverboats is looking to go green by seeking a $500,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to retrofit its flagship Belle of Cincinnati with three new, more efficient electric generators.

BB Riverboats managers say that if they're successful in winning the grant money they will apply for additional grants to replace the three diesel engines on the Belle of Cincinnati, as well as the generators and engines on the company's two other boats - the Mark Twain and River Queen.

Read full article here.

Gallerie Zaum hosts marathon reading of Moby Dick

Over the weekend, Gallerie Zaum hosted the region's first-ever marathon reading of Moby Dick.  The classic American novel was to be read in 20 minute segments over the course of two days in Newport.

In addition to the marathon reading of Moby Dick, a complimentary Moby Dick inspired art exhibit titled "Chasing the Whale in Northern Kentucky Local Artists Respond to Moby-Dick" was also held.  The combination marked the first time a Moby Dick marathon reading has ever been conducted in the presence of a similar art exhibition.

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