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How Cincinnnati's pro-streetcar campaigners won in the end

Ryan Messer and his grassroots group Believe in Cincinnati never took no for an answer. Read more.

CraftBeer.com hosts 'Art & Craft: A Tale of Beer and Brushes'

CraftBeer.com hosts the exclusive online premiere of "Art & Craft: A Tale of Beer and Brushes," a video created by LEAPFrame to document Keith Neltner's and Artworks' Brewery District mural. Check out the video.

Forbes ranks Cincinnati No. 18 'Opportunity City'

Forbes has released its "19 Opportunity Cities: Places It May Be Easier to Make Your Mark" and Cincinnati ranks No. 18, with three other Ohio cities making the list.
 

PAR Projects is building a home for arts education and programming in Cincinnati's Northside

PAR Projects is building a home for arts education and programming in Cincinnati's Northside. Read more.

Price Hill: A Cincinnati neighborhood climbs back

There is a palpable sense of investment in Price Hill. People cut their lawns and paint the trim. A locally-owned coffee house opened. Across from the coffee shop, real estate investor Bill Burwinkel transformed a derelict, century-old building into an art gallery and high-end apartments. Tom Croft, who restored his aging Italianate home to perfection, meets weekly with his neighbors to brainstorm about local problems. Young families and urban professionals are moving in, along with a Guatemalan and North African immigrant population that gives Price Hill a rich diversity, in evidence from the Kroger’s ethnic food aisle to the community garden. Read more.

Frontier sets sales record with new Cincinnati flights

Frontier Airlines set a company record for one-day ticket sales when the discount carrier announced new non-stop flights to five cities from low-fare-starved Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Read more.

Publications see Pinterest as key ally

Local startup Ahalogy is featured in a recent article from The New York Times about Pinterest and publication. Read more.

Cincinnati ranked among cities with highest share of bike commuters

Cincinnati is ranked 45th among the 70 largest cities with the highest share of bicycle commuters. Read more.

Cincinnati taps into rich brewing history with underground tours, tastings

Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood was once home to one of the nation's most productive brewery districts. American Legacy Tours offers tours that travel under the neighborhood, through the old lagering tunnels. Read more.

Jersey sales skyrocket for Bengals player caring for daughter with cancer

Devon Still was re-signed to the Cincinnati Bengals’ practice squad after he was cut from the team, allowing him to use the NFL’s health insurance policy for his four-year-old daughter’s cancer treatment. The team announced on Monday night that it would be donating all of the proceeds from sales of Still's No. 75 jersey to the Cincinnati Children's Hospital to support the fight against pediatric cancer, resulting in an outpouring of support. Read more.

Xavier University rated fifth in Midwest

For the 20th straight year, Xavier University is among the top 10 Midwest colleges and universities, according to the U.S. News & World Report rankings released last week.

From vacant to vibrant: Cincinnati's urban transformation

How a lot of money and a little luck brought one of the nation’s most dangerous neighborhoods back to life. Read more.

Cincinnati named best city for pet lovers

With pet ownership in the U.S. at an all-time high, WalletHub conducted an analysis of 2014’s Best & Worst Cities for Pet Lovers. See how Cincinnati ranked in 10 different categories.

Cincinnati ranked 17th best city to retire

With more Americans delaying their retirements because of the poor economy and financial insecurity—and a fifth of them having no money saved for retirement—personal finance social network WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2014’s Best and Worst Places to Retire.

Cincinnati riots provide lessons for Ferguson

A former Cincinnati Enquirer writer who covered the 2001 Cincinnati riots offers his perspective on the most significant actions that brought calm and change. Read more.
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