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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.

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.

My visit to the United States

Fasiha Sharif is a journalist from Pakistan visiting and working in the WVXU newsroom on a three week assignment. She’ll be sharing her thoughts and experiences on the WVXU website and doing some on air reporting. Read her first installment.

Hip Green Scene releases Cincinnati city guide

Hip Green Scene just released its latest city guide: Cincinnati. The Queen City joins the list of other midwestern and southern cities, including Louisville, Asheville and Charleston. Check out the guide.

UC makes big gains on international student survey rankings

High scores for arrival activities and other improvements help UC jump into the top 40 worldwide in a new survey of international students. Read more.

Don Cheadle to film Miles Davis biopic in Cincy, NKY

Ten days after Cate Blanchett finished "Carol," the Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky Film Commission announced that Don Cheadle will star as iconic jazz innovator Miles Davis in a movie filming here this summer. Read more.

Gays in Cincinnati: From second-class citizens to fully accepted

Gay rights issues led Ryan Messer to move away from Cincinnati. It also led to Mike Moroski losing his job. Today, both men agree that gays are more accepted in the city than they've ever been. Read more.

Mentors help minority companies accelerate growth

Minority business accelerators have launched in a handful of metropolitan areas in recent years as local businesses, chambers of commerce and economic development groups work to create more jobs and improve the quality of life in their regions. The Cincinnati accelerator, created by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber in 2003, has inspired officials and business people in the Greenville, S.C.; Charlotte, N.C., and Newark, N.J. areas to start similar programs. Read more.

Children's Hospital one of the top 10 health systems in the nation for workplace diversity

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center has been recognized as one of the top 10 health systems in the nation for workplace diversity. Find out why.

Cincinnati Children's Hospital gets wonky to transform the health of its community

Between 2009 and 2011, children from low-income areas like Evanston East and Walnut Hills were 88 times more likely to be admitted into the hospital for emergency treatment of asthma than were kids from Indian Hill. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital wants to address those health disparities. The 130-year-old hospital, world-renowned for its care of kids with cancer, is now redefining its mission in broader terms. The new goal, says Robert Kahn, director of the hospital’s Community Health Initiative, is to improve the health of all the county’s children, not just provide excellent treatment to those who are sick. Read more.

Ailing Midwestern cities extend a welcoming hand to immigrants

The Dayton City Commission voted to make the city “immigrant friendly,” with programs to attract newcomers and encourage those already there, as a way to help stem job losses and a drop in population. Read more.

Nine world-famous street artists you never would have guessed are in Cincinnati

Cincinnati is chock full of amazing local artists, but the city is not exactly known for being the street art capital of the world. However, with the help of places like The Contemporary Arts Center, BLDG, YES Gallery and AGAR, the city is surprisingly well represented by world famous street artists from across the globe. Read more.


Cintas executive recognized for supplier diversity efforts

Pamela Brailsford, senior director of supplier diversity and sustainability at Cintas Corporation, was recently named “Individual Champion” at the South Central Ohio Healthcare Supplier Diversity Symposium.

She was selected for her ongoing commitment to driving results, developing suppliers, enhancing outreach efforts and instilling supplier diversity practices and principles within Cintas and the greater Cincinnati business community. Read more.


Justice League of Kentucky Super Heroes features progressive LGBT public policy panel

What do the mayors of Berea, Covington, Frankfort and Vicco have in common? They pilot communities in Kentucky who have enacted progressive LGBT policies and will lead a discussion on Thursday, October 3, of those actions at the Justice League of Kentucky Super Heroes event in Lexington. Read more.

47 reasons why a trip to Jungle Jim's will change your life

If you've never ventured to Jungle Jim's in Fairfield or Eastgate, Buzzfeed offer 47 reasons why a trip to this international market will change your life. Read more.
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