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2017’s Best Foodie Cities in America

2017-10-10 :: WALLETHUB - It’s no secret that Cincinnati has been on the rise in the dining scene, and a new national ranking seals the deal. The Queen City is No. 20 when it comes to the best cities for wining and dining on a budget, according to personal finance website WalletHub.  More >

Great Places in America: Over-the-Rhine

2017-10-06 :: AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION - Cincinnati's dynamic Over-the-Rhine (OTR) neighborhood has recently enjoyed a rapid and successful renaissance. By using innovative planning, and harnessing the rich history and aesthetic beauty of the neighborhood's architecture, OTR has once again become a popular area for Cincinnatians and tourists alike.
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Is Beer Saving Cincinnati's Neighborhoods?

2017-10-05 :: FOOD & WINE - Weeks before he's up for re-election, at the end of a campaign said to be the most expensive in the city's history, when Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley stepped out to give his annual State of the City address, in which politicians typically talk about all of the great things they have done for their constituents, Cranley chose to go with beer.
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The Midwest’s 38 Essential Restaurants

2017-10-04 :: EATER - The Midwest is our center, an enduring hub of transportation and trade, the nation’s Silk Road lined with tracks of steel. Immigrant cultures, both longstanding and recent, nourish communities with traditional foods: Serbian goulash in Milwaukee, snapper over mole verde in Chicago’s Logan Square, Somali sambusas in Columbus, and yes, chicken and waffles in Detroit. These plates have become just as fundamental to the culture here as cheese-stuffed burgers and Michigan cherry pie. Together they form this guide, a collection of the region’s essential dining destinations created by 10 experts and me.  More >

Where to Travel in October

2017-10-04 :: FORBES TRAVEL - Fall is officially upon us and though you may be tempted to stick to the usual staples — leaf peeping, pumpkin picking and harvest festival-going — these seven destinations prove that October can be anything but ordinary. From a fashion museum in Marrakech to a taco extravaganza in Arizona, amazing experiences abound this autumn.
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Top 10 Cool Cities for Millennials to Love

2017-09-29 :: UPSCALE - Upscale editors visited 10 top cities millennials will find appealing to work, play and stay in. What was the criteria? We looked for affordable cities with healthy job markets, affordability and low unemployment rates that are on the cutting edge of technology and other booming sectors and that are entrepreneur friendly, as well as those recognized for cuisine and the arts.  More >

Greater Cincinnati tourism now a $5 billion industry and growing

2017-09-27 :: CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER - The travel and tourism industry in Greater Cincinnati brought in $5 billion in 2016, according to a new study.
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The Best Things To Do In Cincinnati (That Aren't Roller Coasters)

2017-09-27 :: THRILLIST - What do you do in the Queen City once your craving for coasters has been quelled, and you want to partake in a getaway that your parents would be jealous of? Luckily, just like us, Cincinnati seems to have grown up and gotten substantially cooler over the years: Here's all the stuff you need to do when you're in town.  More >

How Cincinnati Became the Midwest's New Renaissance City

2017-09-26 :: WHERETRAVELER - Cincinnati's residents have long been prideful of their city: Cincy - or Queen City as it's also known - is a bustling town full of arts, culture and sports heritage that's becoming known as a destination for architecture. Add to that the technology-driven BLINK festival and Oktoberfest Zinzinnati and you'll find a Midwestern city that's delightfully eclectic.  More >

Your guide to a Cincinnati weekend getaway: History, beer and unique eats

2017-09-25 :: am NEW YORK - For your next weekend getaway, Cincinnati’s nod to its local history, craft beer tradition and walkable downtown make it a perfect escape. The Ohio city, on the banks of the Ohio River, has also found new use for the historic buildings that dot its downtown and surrounding neighborhoods, rehabbing them into trendy restaurants and boutiques. Here’s how to spend a long weekend in the Queen City.  More >