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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.

Lederhosen maker opens first US store in Cincinnati

Wiesnkoenig (pronounced VEE-sehn-koh-neg), the official supplier of lederhosen for the Munich Oktoberfest, opened its first store in the United States on Wednesday, in a brewery in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Read more.

Cincinnati offers lessons learned to Ferguson, Mo.

The trigger for civil unrest in Ferguson, Mo.—the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man by a police officer—has also provoked riots in American cities both small and large in the last two decades, including Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine. Find out what advice Cincinnati's leaders had for Ferguson. Read more.

UC ranked among world's 500 best universities

The University of Cincinnati has been included on a list of the world's 500 best universities. Three other Ohio universities made the list. Read more.

10 ways to (safely) get close to sharks

Sleep under the shark tank at the Newport Aquarium. See more.

A battle cry for hospitality

In Esquire magazine's column The Spill, Cincinnati chef David Falk says down with the frauds, the fame chasing chefs and their edible pond scum dioramas. We need craveable food served with human empathy. Read more.

How to take care of a lost puppy

An adorable stuffed puppy was left at ArtsWave’s booth during Cincinnati's LumenoCity, and the nonprofit was on a mission to find the puppy’s owner. Follow the puppy's adventures and joyful reunion with its owner.

Cincinnati newspaper exec says Black Press 'as relevant as ever'

Walter L. White is senior vice president for Sesh Communications for the Cincinnati Herald—the longest operating African American newspaper in Cincinnati, with a circulation of nearly 20,000. Read more.

Cincinnati man wins grueling 135-mile foot race

A Cincinnati man has won what is widely considered the most grueling race in all of running: a 135-mile slog outside California's Death Valley that makes a 26.2-mile marathon look like a light jog. Read more.

A power surge in the rust belt

General Electric Co. is about to strengthen its ties to downtown Cincinnati in the latest sign that urban centers in the Rust Belt are becoming more attractive to U.S. corporations. Read more.

Cincinnati named best city for recreation in US

With July being National Park and Recreation Month and parks contributing to better community cohesion, property values and public health, WalletHub took an in-depth look at 2014's Best & Worst Cities for Recreation. Cincinnati topped the list of 100 cities ranked.

 

Introducing managing: Something had to change

You're the Boss is a New York Times blog offers an insider's perspective on small-business ownership. This week, Cincinnati's Fred Warmbier, owner of Finishing Technology Inc., shared his insights on running a small business. Read more.


General Electric's Generic Building

Will money trump quality in the review of the proposed GE office building in Cincinnati? Read what Architect Magazine has to say.
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