Port City: Cincinnati

2019-06-12 :: GROUP TOUR MAGAZINE - Cincinnati, a major port on the Ohio River, is a cultural center with two major sports franchises, many museums and eclectic architecture. Randie Adam is the vice president of marketing and visitor experience at Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau. She shared details about Port City Cincinnati with managing editor David Hoekman.   More >

Over-the-Rhine: Cincinnati's Historic Neighborhood Hums Again

2019-06-10 :: FORBES - With street after street of fine Italianate buildings, Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood is getting its due these days as one of the nation's premier historic districts. For decades in deep decline, OTR is now a grand tale of urban revival, booming as it is with some 150 new restaurants, bars, and shops and businesses that have opened in the last few years.
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The Ultimate Family Weekend Guide to Cincinnati, Ohio

2019-06-10 :: THE RAMBLING RAMNATHS - Each year we set a family goal of spending one weekend a month getting out of the house and having quality time together. This year, we were able to get in a weekend away this fall to one of our favorite cities, Cincinnati. There is so much to do and see! More than you can fit into a weekend but on this adventure, we packed in as much as we could, and I’m so excited to share it all with you!   More >

Beyond the Tony Awards and Broadway, here are 10 great places to see a play

2019-06-07 :: USA TODAY - Although this weekend’s Tony Awards shine a spotlight on Broadway, there’s no need to visit New York to see a great show. Many winning actors and plays got their start in regional theaters, says Alison Lenox, and these local companies still stage some of the country’s best productions.
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The 10 Best Food Markets in the World

2019-06-06 :: NEWSWEEK - To truly experience the people and culture of a country, there is no better place to visit than the local fresh food market. For centuries, these classic markets have been selling basic staples, as well as local delicacies, to residents and tourists alike and providing perfect snapshots of society. If you are visiting these cities, make a beeline for these markets, stat!
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Travel and Tourism: Cincinnati

2019-06-06 :: OHIO BUSINESS MAGAZINE - Whether it’s eating Cincinnati-style chili during a Reds game or exploring the former brewery lager tunnels in the historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, there are some experiences and traditions that are absolutely unique to the Greater Cincinnati area.  More >

Cincinnati: A Great American City Roars Back

2019-06-03 :: FORBES - Skyscraper cognoscenti know where to look in the United States for one of the last century’s most important early superstructures, one that outside of its home city doesn’t get today nearly the kudos it merits. They admire downtown Cincinnati’s 1930 Art Deco Carew Tower for the National Historic Landmark that it deservedly is. And so will you.
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Cruising Through History Between Kentucky and Ohio

2019-05-31 :: KNOXVILLE DAILY SUN - The Ohio River both divides and unites the metropolitan region that on one bank has Cincinnati and on the other bank has Northern Kentucky, an interesting collection of several cities. Regional reality is proven by the fact that Cincinnati’s airport isn’t even in Ohio. It is across the river in Northern Kentucky.  More >

The Most Affordable Travel Destinations in the US - 2019 Edition

2019-05-31 :: SMART ASSET - There’s a big world out there, and a lot of people want to see as much of it as possible through travel. Unfortunately, most people can only spend so much of their savings on jet-setting. As a result, finding places to take a vacation on a budget is important. To that end, SmartAsset researched the most affordable vacation destinations in America.  More >

13 destinations in the US that rival castles in Europe

2019-05-30 :: INSIDER - While the United States may not exactly have had monarchs, it's always had the next closest thing: really rich people. And if you're a really rich person who wants to feel royal, where do you live? In a castle, of course. The aesthetic appeal of castles lasted far longer than the Crusades, and more than a few American millionaires of the late 19th and early 20th centuries took to building their own lavish Medieval-inspired homes. Here are some spectacular American destinations to visit on your next road trip.  More >