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2018-12-07 :: CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER - Greater Cincinnati is blessed with outstanding museums. Museum-goers in the Queen City have an assortment of exhibits to choose from that are less known, obscure, even downright quirky. We chose three to feature, but more await the curious visitor or just someone looking for a way to spend an afternoon off the beaten path.
2018-12-03 :: VACATION IDEAS - Cincinnati serves as a major cultural center in the American Midwest, home to nationally-renowned museums and arts organizations. Many of the city's top museums offer free admission daily or on special weekly or monthly free days, with some of the nation's largest annual free festivals held each year in the city's downtown district. More >
2018-11-30 :: READER'S DIGEST - Calling all history buffs! Step back in time at one of these significant sites in each state, from Revolutionary War battlefields to famous presidential homes. When it comes to zoos in the United States, Cincinnati’s is a contender for king of the jungle. That’s because it has the oldest continuously operating zoo building. More >
2018-11-17 :: URBAN MILWAUKEE - The past ten years have seen an incredible rebirth of cities across the nation and Cincinnati is no exception. Dubbed the Queen City for its role in America’s westward expansion, the southern Ohio city has a booming downtown, a host of lively historic neighborhoods and a growing sense of pride. Steeped in a history of brewing and German heritage (sound familiar Milwaukeeans?), the urban heart of Cincinnati is one of the most walkable, affordable and welcoming places in the country. More >
2018-11-14 :: JETSETTER - Sick of $400 hotel rooms, tourist-flooded attractions, and overpriced restaurants? Take a trip to one of America’s hippest small towns. Offering equal parts art, culture, and cool factor, towns like Boise, Kansas City, and others are giving XXL metropolises like NYC and LA a run for their money. Here, 7 unexpectedly hip towns worth downsizing for.
2018-11-09 :: JETSETTER - You might think of Ohio as a flyover state (and yes, there are many corn fields), but its major metropolises have big-city energy and charm well worth a venture to the Midwest—especially Cincinnati, which has experienced an incredible revival over the past few years and is now teeming with cool places to eat and hang out.
2018-11-05 :: LIVABILITY - The Queen City of the Midwest has everything you need for entertainment — a beautiful waterfront, a public library system with millions of titles and a whole lot of breweries — but when the world is calling, you won’t have to wait too long to get to your destination from Cincinnati. More >
2018-10-25 :: HOTEL NEWS NOW - Benefiting from a strong economy, the United States hotel industry is currently experiencing a boom, which has developers across the country are looking for their next opportunity. Many are finding that opportunity in major Ohio markets, as evidenced by significant growth in recent years. More >
2018-10-19 :: SJ FIRST - Hey Cincinnati! If you're looking for a new nickname, how about "The Who Knew City"? As in, who knew it was such a bustling, dynamic and hip place, filled with fun, funky neighborhoods, a multitude of cultural offerings and interesting, centuries-spanning architecture? As in, who knew it was so topographically diverse, with a downtown ringed by hills? As in, who knew it was a foodie capital? More >
2018-10-09 :: WALLET HUB - In the last year, Cincinnati restaurants have received national attention as the best in the country for their cuisine. Not only that, but the city's award-winning food scene has only continued to grow with a variety of restaurants popping up in the last few months. So perhaps it shouldn't come as a surprise the Queen City has been named the No. 1 best foodie city in Ohio and No. 22 in America, according to a new study by WalletHub. More >