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Cincinnati vs. St. Louis: Which Riverfront Would You Choose?

Urban STL compares the riverfronts of St. Louis and Cincinnati. Although St. Louis has the presence of the famous Saarinen's Arch, Urban STL praises Cincinnati for its more active, inviting, and interesting Central Riverfront Park, it's two stadiums, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and the Moerlein Lager House.
 
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Paranormal and holistic health on display at Victory of Light Expo

Local psychic reader and spiritual consultant, Victor Paratawa, hosts one of the country's largest metaphysical conventions for the general public this month in Sharonville. The 20th anniversary of the Victory of Light Expo offers experts from across the country on topics in the intuitive arts. Psychic readings, healings, and merchandise for body, mind, and spirit will be offered by over 200 exhibitors.

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Dalai Lama receives freedom award in Cincinnati

The Dalai Lama received a $25,000 freedom award in Cincinnati and gave back the money to the National Underground Freedom Center to support the downtown museum.Tthe Dalai Lama stated that he was touched after viewing the exhibit on slavery and human exploitation and wanted to give back to the community.

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CCM grad's music featured in new iPod Touch ad

A new iPod Touch Ad from Apple features music by Chris Olsen, a CCM Jazz Studies graduate, and his band Chappo. The two-member band produces an indie space rock sound using unique instruments and objects.

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Northside's Shake It among top 25 record stores in the US

Rolling Stone ranked the top 25 record stores in the USA from the west to east coast. Shake It Records in Northside made the list with its impressive musical selection on CD and vinyl and extras including books, DVD's and magazines.

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Hip Northside makes Cincinnati perk

Northside has flourished into a new hot-community with unique attractions, restaurants, and shops for all ages. Music plays a prominent role in the Northside culture with independent record store, Shake It, and many locations that offer live music day and night. Restaurants also offer a variety from affordable meals to vegan and green choice options.

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Greenhornes, Girls close out All Tomorrow's Parties

Cincinnati based garage-blues band, the Greenhornes, headlined the famous All Tomorrow's Parties music festival in New York. The band, who split time and members with the Jack White and Brendan Benson led Raconteurs, played a national show for the first time since they went on hiatus in 2005. The Greenhornes discuss their performance and upcoming album, Four Stars.

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Issue Media Group Ranks No. 1672 on the 2010 Inc. 5000

Issue Media Group (parent company of Soapboxmedia.com), ranked number 1673 on the annual Inc. 5000 that ranks the nation's fastest growing private companies. The list looks at percentage revenue growth, including Issue Media Group's three-year sales growth of 170 percent.

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Dinosaur fossils discovered in China set to make US debut at Cincinnati museum

The Cincinnati Museum Center has the privilege of holding the U.S. debut of recently found dinosaur fossils in China. The rib and three vertebrae fossils belong to a long-necked titanosaur and were used to identify a new species in China's Henan Province Region. The Dinosaur Unearthed exhibit starts traveling in October.

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Attendance keeps rising in Cincinnati

With the Cyclones winning two Kelly Cups in the past three seasons, and the team providing excellent value to its fans, attendance is continuing to rise in Cincinnati.  For the third straight year, the Cyclones led the ECHL in percentage of attendance increased, with an increase of 29.2%, or 783 fans a game. This past season the Cyclones drew a total of 190,663 fans, including the postseason. The previous high in Cincinnati was 145,121 fans.

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Cincinnati area is home to thrills, fun of all kinds

A writer at News-Herald in Northern Ohio praised Cincinnati as a great escape from home with many attractions such as King's Island and the Cincinnati Zoo. King's Island offers a variety of rides, including the largest wooden coaster in the nation, and a fifteen-acre water park with price included in the admissions. The Cincinnati Zoo houses a variety of species with a cleanly atmosphere and many activities to enjoy. 

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DC dining inspired by Cincinnati chili dog

A new restaurant opening on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. will be featuring hot dogs inspired by various American cities. Cincinnati's chilidog will be amongst other well-known hot dog specialties.

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Cincinnati radio host Bill Cunningham to get syndicated TV talk show in Chicago

Cincinnati radio host Bill Cunningham plans to replace Oprah Winfrey's show with a new national program starting next fall. Produced with a studio audience in Chicago, Tribune Co. aired four test shows at various times. Viewership numbers were successful, with Cincinnati at the top of the list.

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Exploring Cincinnati yields bargains, fine food and art

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette explored Cincinnati's bargains, fine food, and arts. The city offers a variety from freshly brewed wheat beer at Rivertown Brewing HefeWeizen to furniture bargains in West Chester, OH. The article hits Cincinnati hot spots including Findlay Market, the Cincinnati Art Museum, Mount Adams, and Rookwood Pottery Co.

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Top cities for new college grads

Bloomberg Businessweek published Top Cities for New College Grads, ranking cities with strong job opportunities, average pay, and affordable living costs. Cincinnati ranked number 23 due to the presence of industries such as manufacturing, wholesale and retail trade, and insurance. Cincinnati also attracts sports lovers with the country's first professional baseball team, the Reds, and the Bengals.

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