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Cincinnati A Cultural Diversity Leader

2019-02-02 :: BLACK MEETINGS & TOURISM - Throughout the last decade, Cincinnati has built a national reputation for hosting events that honor cultural diversity and promote the development of strong communities. With the region's historic past and its innovative, forward-thinking spirit, Cincinnati places a great deal of importance on African-American groups and travelers.
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How To Plan A Cincinnati Family Vacation You’ll Never Forget

2019-02-01 :: SCARY MOMMY - I was not expecting to fall in love with Cincinnati during our last family vacation, but that’s exactly what happened. The Queen City combines history, culture, and sophistication with a Midwestern lack of pretension that’s completely charming. For families, it is safe, clean, and there is plenty to do, whether you have toddlers or teens.
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Ohio’s Perfect for Performing Arts

2019-02-01 :: GROUP TRAVEL LEADER - Ohio’s music and entertainment scene is thriving. The Buckeye State is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and a hub of theater in the Midwest. Groups can attend a wide range of events, from Broadway shows and symphony concerts to stand-up comedy and ballet.
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20 Wallet-Friendly Last-Minute Winter Destinations

2019-01-30 :: TRAVEL PULSE - Cincinnati is one of the most affordable cities in the country but visitors don't have to sacrifice on entertainment and festivity. From the Cincinnati Art Museum to the popular Over-the-Rhine district, travelers will find plenty of pleasant surprises.  More >

Are You A Soul Sistah? These Are The R&B Festivals You Need To Attend In 2019

2019-01-28 :: ESSENCE - If Aretha Franklin, Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, Whitney Houston, and Stevie Wonder have touched the stage, then you already know the event is legendary. This year is sure to be no different for the Cincinnati Music Festival, which features performances from Maxwell, Mary J. Blige, Earth, Wind & Fire, RBRM (Ronnie, Bobby, Ricky, Mike of New Edition), Tamia, Raheem DeVaughn and many more.   More >

Cincinnati holocaust museum opens Sunday in new home — a spot where many survivors began new lives

2019-01-24 :: CHICAGO TRIBUNE - incinnati’s Holocaust & Humanity Center is set to move into its new downtown home Sunday, International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The bigger, more high-profile space is nestled in the historic Union Terminal, the same train station where many Holocaust survivors and refugees who came to this Ohio city after World War II took their first steps in building new lives.  More >

Cincinnati Zoo Celebrity Sparked New Brand of Tourism in City

2019-01-24 :: NEWSWEEK - Just as the sun casts light out of the darkness, Fiona the hippo bore a new day for the Cincinnati Zoo. The subject of several books and star of her own Facebook show, the 1,000-pound hippopotamus inspired a whole new way for visitors to experience an entire city.
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Weekend Traveler: Cincinnati

2019-01-15 :: CHARLESTON HOME & LIVING - Sitting on the banks of the Ohio River, Cincinnati is a fun-filled big city that offers professional sporting events, great shopping, good food, and a majorly cool street art scene. The unique neighborhoods of Cincinnati are a big draw, separating the city’s awesome finds by imaginary lines and impressive scenery.  More >

Paths to Freedom

2019-01-04 :: AAA WORLD - One of the most stunning views of the Ohio River unfolds on a hilltop high above the town of Ripley in Ohio’s Brown County. From this vantage point, many miles of the wide river can be seen amid verdant forested hills and meadows on either side, with a sharp bend in the west as the river flows toward Cincinnati. Other than its sheer beauty, however, there’s another reason to visit this spot: No place better illustrates a poignant contrast in American history.   More >

Historic train station shines after $228 million restoration

2019-01-03 :: COLUMBUS FAMILY ADVENTURES - As we approached the Union Terminal in Cincinnati, we didn’t quite know what to expect. We often like to explore landmarks without a mission, letting spontaneity be our guide. That was the case recently as we entered the stunning train station built during the Great Depression.  More >