|Amid backlash, Marino withdraws from consideration as drug czarWLWT / 5 min. ago more|
President Donald Trump confirmed Tuesday that Rep Tom Marino has withdrawn his name from consideration as the nation's drug czar.
|ISIS Makes Last Stand At A Stadium In Raqqa, Its Doomed 'Capital'WVXU / 15 min. ago more|
U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces are in the process of kicking ISIS out of Raqqa, its claimed capital where the group has terrorized civilians and plotted attacks against targets involving the U.S. and its allies. ISIS fighters are now reportedly bottled up in a stadium complex in the city. Celebrations began to break out among the SDF in Raqqa on Tuesday, as the end of the four-month offensive seemed near. But a spokesman with the force tells NPR's Ruth Sherlock that fighting could continue as ISIS fighters hold out in booby-trapped buildings. Made up of Arab and Kurdish fighters, the SDF began their push to take Raqqa in early June. They were backed by airstrikes from both the U.S.-led coalition and Russia — strikes that have been blamed for causing civilian deaths as they sought ISIS targets. From Beirut, Ruth reports: "Raqqa is where ISIS first imposed the strict laws that it hoped would one day govern a caliphate that took land across Iraq and Syria. After they took the city
|Trump campaign subpoenaed over sexual assault allegationsWLWT / 32 min. ago more|
The subpoena is part of a defamation lawsuit filed by a former "Apprentice" contestant against the president.
|Trump comments on soldier deaths, knocks predecessors WLWT / 42 min. ago more|
President Trump claimed that his predecessors did not write or call the families of slain American troops during their tenures
|Senate Democrat Calls On Trump To Withdraw Tom Marino's NominationWVXU / 55 min. ago more|
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|Seattle Seahawks Wide Receiver Is 'Quietly' Involved In Anthem ProtestWVXU / 55 min. ago more|
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|Five things you need to know today, and here comes 'Cincy Inno'Bizjournals.com / 1 h. 11 min. ago more|
Good morning, Cincinnati! Here are the five most important things you need to know to help start your busy business day:
Blink sets a record ...
This likely won't surprise you if you were there, but Blink Cincinnati is estimated to have drawn more than 1 million visitors to downtown and Over-the-Rhine during its Oct. 12-15 run. That makes it the largest-ever crowd in Cincinnati's urban core. Another great stat: The number of police incidents was zero. Click here to see a photo gallery of the event.
|US-backed Syrian forces say Raqqa liberated from Islamic State militantsWLWT / 1 h. 29 min. ago more|
A commander with the U.S.-backed Syrian forces battling the Islamic State group says the city of Raqqa has been liberated from Islamic State militants
|2-year-old denied kidney transplant because father violated probationWLWT / 1 h. 35 min. ago more|
The father of a little boy who desperately needs a kidney is a perfect match and wants to donate. But the hospital says it won't proceed until the dad proves he can stay out of jail.
|Anthony Bourdain Urges Americans To 'Value The Things We Eat'WVXU / 1 h. 42 min. ago |
|Quiet Cincinnati street disturbed by carjacking at gunpointWLWT / 1 h. 50 min. ago more|
Now, police are searching for the men responsible
|Warrant: Mother put toddlers in oven, turned it onWLWT / 1 h. 55 min. ago more|
A warrant charging an Atlanta woman with murder says she put her two young sons in an oven and turned it on.
|Opportunities, challenges arise as Cincinnati, Dayton regions grow toward one another - WCPOGoogle News / 1 h. 57 min. ago more|
WCPOOpportunities, challenges arise as Cincinnati, Dayton regions grow toward one anotherWCPOCINCINNATI -- Cincinnati-Dayton is becoming more than just a road connecting two cities. The gap between Greater Cincinnati and Dayton is closing. With continued population growth, speculation that the two metropolitan areas would expand to one ...
|Florida declares state of emergency ahead of Richard Spencer appearanceWLWT / 2 h. 1 min. ago more|
Richard Spencer given green light to speak at UC
|'Star Wars' Fan In Ohio Recreates Imperial Walker On His Front YardWVXU / 2 h. 5 min. ago more|
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|9-year-old girl dies after 325-pound adult sat on her as punishment WLWT / 2 h. 21 min. ago more|
The 325-pound woman told deputies she was sitting on the 9-year-old because the girl was out of control.
|'Call 911, I done messed up': Father charged after baby found dead with stab woundsWLWT / 2 h. 33 min. ago more|
"This was a senseless killing of a child of God."
|SUV slams into apartment building in Green TownshipWLWT / 2 h. 38 min. ago more|
1 hurt in crash on Cheviot Road
|Sports Lesson: Don't Let Up Until The Game Is Officially OverWVXU / 2 h. 50 min. ago more|
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|Ja Rule, Ashanti among first to perform in renovated Cincinnati Music HallWLWT / 2 h. 55 min. ago more|
The classic early-2000s duo is on tour together
|Land of Illusion increases security after multiple car break-insWLWT / 2 h. 56 min. ago more|
Suspects stole purses, credit cards and cash
|JCPenney to hire 250 in Greater CincinnatiBizjournals.com / 3 h. 46 min. ago more|
A national retailer is hiring 250 seasonal workers in Greater Cincinnati.
JCPenney, based in Plano, Texas, announced it will hold its first-ever National Hiring Day 2-8 p.m Oct. 17 at its 875 stores across the U.S. The struggling retailer hopes to fill nearly 40,000 seasonal positions, including more than 250 at its four stores in Greater Cincinnati.
Management will conduct in-person interviews and make offers to candidates on the spot. Positions include cashier, replenishment specialist and…
|Look back at 30 years of Hoffecker cartoons: SLIDESHOWBizjournals.com / 3 h. 48 min. ago more|
On Oct. 19, 1987, the Dow lost 22 percent of its value.
“Black Monday,” as it became known, was also my first day of employment at the Cincinnati Business Courier, and I remember thinking I was in for a shortened tenure. You see, the Courier’s parent, American City Business Journals, was a public company back then, and I was the most recent payroll addition – yikes!
Well, that worry was wasted energy as here I am 30 years later at the same organization. I’ve worn a variety of hats over…
|COMMENTARY: What comes after Blink CincinnatiBizjournals.com / 3 h. 48 min. ago more|
The way the sponsors and planners of Blink Cincinnati used art to subtly wean big ideas into the public’s consciousness was brilliant. It could transform the region.
|President Trump Says The Republican Party Is United. Is It?WVXU / 3 h. 56 min. ago more|
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|After 4-month Battle, U.S.-Backed Forces Appear To Gain Control Of RaqqaWVXU / 3 h. 56 min. ago more|
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|Exploring Legalities That May Have Enabled Harvey Weinstein's ActionsWVXU / 3 h. 56 min. ago more|
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|Denver Failed To Land Boeing. Now It's Using Lifestyle To Woo AmazonWVXU / 3 h. 56 min. ago more|
Sixteen years ago, a Seattle-based company said it planned to move its headquarters to the city that would make it the best deal. The company was Boeing and it ultimately chose Chicago over finalists Dallas and Denver. Now, another Seattle company, Amazon, wants to open a second headquarters elsewhere in North America. This time, Denver's leaders are determined to avoid a repeat of the experience with Boeing. At stake: As many as 50,000 high-paying jobs and billions of dollars' worth of investment in the already fast-growing region. Amazon's list of requirements includes a highly skilled workforce, major universities, an international airport, and mass transit — all ingredients that Denver has. Just as importantly, Amazon says it's looking for "a high quality of life" for its employees. Denver shows up high on many lists of potential Amazon finalists, including a recent analysis by The New York Times . Compared to 2001, Denver's downtown these days is filled with even more trendy
|Why World Hunger Isn't Going Away As Fast As We'd HopedWVXU / 3 h. 56 min. ago more|
Rob Vos has been tracking global hunger for years, and he says until recently the mood among his fellow hunger experts was almost giddy. Since 1990 the world had made so much progress curbing hunger that, in 2015, leaders met at the United Nations and vowed to eliminate hunger for good by 2030. "We actually were saying, well, there's still some hurdles, but we can do this. We can end hunger within our generation," says Vos, formerly a key official at the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization and now with the I nternational Food Policy Research Institute, or IFPRI, in Washington, D.C. But while at first glance the global trend lines still look promising, Vos says a closer look at the statistics reveal stubborn problems that threaten that rosy picture. Increasingly this year, he says, cracks are starting to show. Take the latest data: An annual Global Hunger Index produced by IFPRI that rates countries on several criteria measuring both general undernourishment and child
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|As Geffen Hall's Renovation Stumbles, Cincinnati Shows the Way - New York TimesGoogle News / 3 h. 57 min. ago more|
New York TimesAs Geffen Hall's Renovation Stumbles, Cincinnati Shows the WayNew York TimesCINCINNATI — A concert hall that was simply too cavernous: hard to sell out and leaving audiences feeling distant from the music. Lobbies that have grown shabby over time. A fortresslike presence, somewhat isolated from the city just outside its doors.Ja Rule, Ashanti among first to perform in renovated Cincinnati Music HallWLWT Cincinnatiall 2 news articles »
|If You Want An IUD, Take Note Of Trump's New Birth Control PolicyWVXU / 3 h. 58 min. ago more|
The Trump administration has made a number of changes to health policy in the past two weeks, raising questions about how consumers will be affected. Will the new rules for birth control coverage affect access to an IUD? Might an association health plan help bring down costs for workers at small businesses? And if you're healthy, doesn't a short-term health plan that is cheaper than marketplace coverage make sense? Here are some answers to those questions. IUDs are expensive. Will they be unaffordable under the new contraceptive rules announced by the Trump administration? Should people make an appointment to get one now before employers change their minds about coverage? There's probably no need to rush out to your doctor's office to get an IUD, but you should keep an eye on this issue. Under the Affordable Care Act, most health plans are required to cover all methods of birth control approved by the Food and Drug Administration without charging women anything for them. Religious
|How The NRA Uses Its Political Clout: An Early Lesson In OklahomaWVXU / 3 h. 58 min. ago more|
There was a time when the National Rifle Association was known primarily for promoting gun safety and advocating for gun ownership for hunting and home protection. But that seems a long time ago. It still does those things, to be sure, but these days the NRA is far more recognizable as an uncompromising political force, aggressively defending its interpretation of the 2nd Amendment, while working to defeat any and all politicians it views as its enemy. It's a transition that took place over several decades, but one race in the 1990s in the northeast corner of Oklahoma can be seen as an early indication of the direction the NRA would take. Rep. Mike Synar, D-Okla., experienced NRA support early in his career, only to have the organization work against him as his views on guns shifted. Synar, a Democrat from Muskogee, was just 28 years old when he went to Washington. Yes, Oklahoma still sent Democrats to Congress back then — in fact in 1978, the year he was elected, Democrats held five
|Bergdahl guilty pleas leave room for drama at sentencingWXIX / 4 h. 28 min. ago more|
At sentencing, the judge is expected to weigh factors including Bergdahl's willingness to accept responsibility by pleading guilty, his time in captivity of the Taliban and its allies and serious wounds to service members who searched for him.
|In Speech, Sen. McCain Decries 'Half-Baked, Spurious Nationalism'WVXU / 4 h. 38 min. ago more|
In what appeared to be a thinly veiled reference to politics in the Age of Trump, Sen. John McCain on Monday warned Americans against "half-baked, spurious nationalism," calling the abandonment of U.S. global leadership "unpatriotic." Speaking in Philadelphia, where he was being honored with the Liberty Medal by the National Constitution Center, McCain did not mention the president by name, but his words appeared aimed at Trump and his administration. "To abandon the ideals we have advanced around the globe, to refuse the obligations of international leadership for the sake of some half-baked, spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems," he said, "is as unpatriotic as an attachment to any other tired dogma of the past that Americans consigned to the ash heap of history." In an apparent reference to white supremacists who sparked violence in Charlottesville, Va., in August, the former prisoner of war said: "We live in a land of ideals,
|Trump, McConnell make a show of unity, despite tensionsWXIX / 5 h. 18 min. ago more|
President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell appeared together to laud their relationship and claim they are unified in support of a joint GOP agenda.
|2 displaced when SUV slams into buildingWXIX / 5 h. 23 min. ago more|
Two people were displaced when a sport utility vehicle crashed into a Green Township apartment building overnight, police said. No one was hurt in the 2 a.m. accident in the 5700 block of Cheviot Road. The structure was damaged but appeared to be structurally sound, according to police. Building inspectors will look it over as a precaution Tuesday, they said. The SUV driver's name was not released. It was not clear if charges would be filed. The driver of this SUV lost co...
|Trump's claim about predecessors, fallen troops disputedWXIX / 5 h. 28 min. ago more|
Trump stirs a nest by claiming predecessors did not sufficiently honor military dead, draws heated responses.
|Californians brace for emotional toll from wildfiresWXIX / 5 h. 48 min. ago more|
The fires, the deadliest cluster in California history, have killed at least 41 people and destroyed nearly 6,000 homes.
|Man found shot in Monroe outlet mall parking lotCincinnati News / 6 h. 30 min. ago more|
A man was found shot in the parking lot at Monroe's outlet mall off Interstate 75 Sunday night, police said.
|Reports: Columbus Crew SC considering move to Austin - Cincinnati.comGoogle News / 8 h. 2 min. ago more|
Cincinnati.comReports: Columbus Crew SC considering move to AustinCincinnati.comThe discussion should quickly move to the forefront of issues facing the city – Wahl reported Precourt will hold a Tuesday press conference regarding his plans to move the club. ANALYSIS: How could a Columbus Crew SC move impact FC Cincinnati?and more »
|Self-driving cars could ease traffic, but increase sprawlWXIX / 8 h. 18 min. ago more|
A new study inspired by Boston's early experiments with self-driving cars finds that the technology could ease congestion, but also lead to more cars on the road and further encourage urban sprawl.
|US, Japan agree to maximize diplomatic pressure on N. KoreaWXIX / 8 h. 27 min. ago more|
U.S. and Japanese senior diplomats have agreed to maximize pressure on North Korea to resolve tensions over its nuclear program, while citing the need to be prepared for the worst if diplomacy failed.
|Tether Cincinnati connects local creatives to job opportunities, other creatives - Soapbox CincinnatiGoogle News / 8 h. 46 min. ago more|
Tether Cincinnati connects local creatives to job opportunities, other creativesSoapbox CincinnatiOne local woman is using her $100,000 Haile Fellowship grant from People's Liberty to start Tether Cincinnati, a way to connect local image makers (photographers, wardrobe stylists, makeup artists, hair stylists, models, creative directors and fashion ...
|Cleveland Browns' quarterback graveyard raising spirits in North RidgevilleWXIX / 11 h. 26 min. ago more|
It was another lost Sunday for the Cleveland Browns, blown out in Houston, by the Texans. Now buried under a second straight 0-6 start to the season with the common theme, as always: bad quarterback play.
|County duo Big & Rich to perform at Las Vegas benefitWXIX / 13 h. 38 min. ago more|
Event organizers say the American country duo Big & Rich is returning to the stage in Las Vegas this week for a concert people affected by the Oct. 1 shooting.
|Elton John ending Las Vegas residency in 2018WXIX / 13 h. 48 min. ago more|
Elton John will be pushing back from his piano at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas for the last time next year.
|P&G reveals it barely won proxy battleBizjournals.com / 15 h. 25 min. ago more|
Procter & Gamble Co. confirmed tonight that activist investor Nelson Peltz lost out on a board seat by less than 1 percent of the vote in the biggest proxy battle ever.
Shareholders rejected the candidacy of Peltz by about one-third of 1 percent of the total votes cast, according to a P&G filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The preliminary results were based on estimates by P&G's proxy solicitors, D.F. King & Co. and MacKenzie Partners Inc. The count still must be certified…
|Amazon HQ2 has Greater Cincinnati civic leaders taking regional approach - WCPOGoogle News / 15 h. 55 min. ago more|
WCPOAmazon HQ2 has Greater Cincinnati civic leaders taking regional approachWCPOCINCINNATI -- If he had to grade Cincinnati on its chances of landing Amazon's HQ2, Doug Moorman gives the city a solid "B." "We can put together a very compelling and competitive application trying to win this project," Moormann said. He's vice ...and more »
|Meeting Tampa Bay Rowdies: FC Cincinnati's USL Playoffs opponent - Cincinnati.comGoogle News / 16 h. 3 min. ago more|
Cincinnati.comMeeting Tampa Bay Rowdies: FC Cincinnati's USL Playoffs opponentCincinnati.comHad Futbol Club Cincinnati's last trip to St. Petersburg, Florida, gone any differently, there's a possibility the Tampa Bay Rowdies would come to Nippert Stadium this weekend instead. Finishing sixth in the Eastern Conference, FC Cincinnati plays at ...and more »
|Cincinnati call center startup acquired by public companyBizjournals.com / 18 h. ago more|
A Cincinnati startup that helps call centers match staffing supply with demand was acquired by a publicly traded New Jersey tech company.
WorkFlex, which has raised $4.5 million in venture capital locally, was acquired Oct. 11 by Hoboken, N.J.-based Nice (Nasdaq: NICE). Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
WorkFlex is a first-of-its-kind automated suite that can adjust call center schedules as needed to match supply with demand in near real time to make sure staffing levels are optimized…
|Wisconsin governor tells NFL players to stop anthem protestsWXIX / 18 h. 8 min. ago more|
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says NFL players should stop protesting during the national anthem and take a stand against domestic violence instead.
|Cincinnati sports startup launched by former Bengal makes live-streaming historyBizjournals.com / 18 h. 17 min. ago more|
An Over-the-Rhine-based startup co-founded by former Cincinnati Bengal Dhani Jones has made history with a live stream during the Arena Football League’s ArenaBowl.
|‘We are winning,’ Kroger natural foods chief says of Whole Foods battleBizjournals.com / 18 h. 26 min. ago more|
Kroger Co.’s vice president of natural foods merchandising Jill McIntosh had no hesitation when I asked her how the Cincinnati-based supermarket giant’s push in natural foods is affected by Amazon.com’s acquisition of Whole Foods Market.
|Why a craft brewery is out of Oakley before it ever opened thereBizjournals.com / 18 h. 53 min. ago more|
A craft brewery that was planning on expanding to Oakley is now out over a rent dispute with its landlord and the question of four parking spaces.
Tap & Screw Brewery will no longer move into a location at 3026 Madison Road. A "coming soon" sign has been replaced with a notice that the premise is for rent. According to a city memo, the owner of the property, Masoud Jalilvand, told the city that Tap & Screw has not paid rent and he "was tired of tenant not performing."
However, the owners of Tap…
|Report: Three suitors eyeing acquisition of Greater Cincinnati public companyBizjournals.com / 19 h. 42 min. ago more|
One of Greater Cincinnati's largest public companies has received tentative bids from three European rivals, according to a report from Reuters.
According to the report, Prysmian, Nexans and NKT have submitted bids on Highland Heights-based cable manufacturer General Cable (NYSE: BGC), citing two sources familiar with the matter. The company has a market value of $1 billion and has been working with JPMorgan since July to identify a potential merger partner.
Reuters reports that a total of at least…
|Five things to know about the Steelers' Week 7 opponent, the Cincinnati Bengals - Pittsburgh Post-GazetteGoogle News / 20 h. 55 min. ago more|
Pittsburgh Post-GazetteFive things to know about the Steelers' Week 7 opponent, the Cincinnati BengalsPittsburgh Post-GazetteThe Steelers will welcome the Cincinnati Bengals to Heinz Field for an AFC North showdown Sunday. Here are five things to know about the division rival that will be looking to improve to .500. 1. A.J. Green is as dangerous as ever — The veteran ...Bengals make three roster movesDayton Daily NewsBengals notes: Template set at Pittsburgh; John Ross returnsCincinnati.comBengals' first-rounder John Ross still on mend, eases back into practiceESPN (blog)all 36 news articles »
|Style Counsel: Jill FrancoCincinnati Magazine / 21 h. 35 min. ago more|
Occupation: Teacher, Sands Montessori School Her Style: Extra credit for snazzy shoes Photograph by Annette NavarroPhotograph by Annette Navarro How do you combine comfort and style? I don’t wear a lot of skirts or dresses, just because I’m down on the floor with the kids during lessons. That’s not to say I don’t, but I wear more pants to work and not any huge heels. But you do wear heels? I’ve never really been a flats girl, although I have some on right now. I’ve always liked wedges, boots, and booties. I feel just a little more put together. All the girls always compliment me on my shoes. What are some of your go-to resources? I’ve been checking out what’s at Nordstrom Rack. I found…View Original Post
|Will BLINK come back to Cincinnati? - WCPOGoogle News / 22 h. 6 min. ago more|
WCPOWill BLINK come back to Cincinnati?WCPOOrganizers of BLINK, the four-day light and art festival that stretched 20 city blocks, estimate 1 million people came to Downtown and Over-the-Rhine to gawk at designs projected on buildings, pose with illuminated sculptures and take in a different ...Officials: 1 million people took to the streets for Blink Cincinnati's inaugural yearCincinnati.comMore than a million attended BLINK Cincinnati, organizers sayWLWT CincinnatiCOMMENTARY: What comes after Blink CincinnatiCincinnati Business CourierWVXU -NKU The Northerner Onlineall 23 news articles »
|Top 5 Local PodcastsCincinnati Magazine / 22 h. 8 min. ago more|
1. Season two of Accused covers the murder of nurse and prison minister Retha Welch and the subsequent wrongful (or was it?) conviction of William Virgil. Follow the in-depth investigation by Amber Hunt and Amanda Rossmann, the same Cincinnati Enquirer team that brought us Accused: The Unsolved Murder of Elizabeth Andes last year. cincinnati.com/story/story-series/accused-retha-welch/2017/10/12/chapter-1-first-sin-city/750074001/ 2. If you like your podcasts with a side of escapism, try Looking Up, a collaboration from the Cincinnati Observatory and NPR. Outreach Astronomer Dean Regas (who moonlights as the co-host of PBS’s Stargazers and the author of Facts from Space) teams up with fellow Observatory Director of Development Anna Hehman for a quirky and informative take on astronomy. Curious about new discoveries and obscure celestial bodies? Want to know about…View Original Post
|Cincinnati Reds Q&A with GM Dick Williams: A sweeping view of the Reds from the top - Cincinnati.comGoogle News / 22 h. 16 min. ago more|
Cincinnati.comCincinnati Reds Q&A with GM Dick Williams: A sweeping view of the Reds from the topCincinnati.comCincinnati Enquirer Reds beat writers C. Trent Rosecrans and Zack Buchanan recently sat down with Dick Williams, the Reds' president of baseball operations and general manager, to discuss the team's 2017 performance and look ahead to 2018.
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|Court agrees to take on US-Microsoft dispute over emailsWXIX / 23 h. 21 min. ago more|
The Supreme Court is intervening in a digital age privacy dispute between the Trump administration and Microsoft over emails stored abroad.
|McCain condemns 'half-baked, spurious nationalism' in speechWXIX / 1 d. 8 h. 31 min. ago more|
McCain took a moment to go a step further than the night's other speakers, who lamented what many described as a fractured political climate.
|NYC 'remains a target,' FBI says after bombing convictionWXIX / 1 d. 8 h. 41 min. ago more|
A jury that says it's close to a verdict will resume deliberating the fate of a man charged with setting off a bomb in Manhattan last year that injured 30 people.
|PX: Does Amazon HQ2 bid affect FC Cincinnati's Major League Soccer bid? - Cincinnati.comGoogle News / 2 d. 2 h. 54 min. ago more|
Cincinnati.comPX: Does Amazon HQ2 bid affect FC Cincinnati's Major League Soccer bid?Cincinnati.comPolitics Extra is a column looking inside Greater Cincinnati and Ohio politics (Scroll to the bottom to read "Micro-scoops & more"). Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley this week said the shovel-ready Northern Kentucky riverfront site will be included in the ...
|Review: CSC's sinister, seductive 'Dracula' a tale to sink your teeth intoCincinnati News / 2 d. 6 h. 36 min. ago more|
The production, which opened Friday, has its share of blood and guts, but it's not your typical Hollywood horror. Review: CSC's sinister, seductive 'Dracula' a tale to sink your teeth into The production, which opened Friday, has its share of blood and guts, but it's not your typical Hollywood horror.
|Shears Cut Metal Without Distortion, Extend Material UsageCincinnati News / 2 d. 10 h. 27 min. ago more|
When cutting cold rolled mild steel and stainless steel, the double cut action easily transfers any distortion produced in cutting to a waste strip, leaving behind material edges that are not rough or burred to allow maximum use of sheet material. Ideal for body shop owners, metal fabricators and bus, car and truck repair experts, KD-442 Double-Cut Shears from Kett Tool conserve materials with a double cutting action.
|Scary Beat USS Nightmare Provided WEBCincinnati News / 2 d. 14 h. 30 min. ago more|
It turned out to be quite the mediocre Halloween horror year in 1993. With Jennifer Aniston's film debut in the laughably bad Leprechaun , to the un-scary - yet somehow wonderful - Hocus Pocus , we weren't exactly binging on fun-size Snickers bars to numb the fear.
|Body pulled from Ohio River along Cincinnati riverfrontCincinnati News / 2 d. 18 h. 21 min. ago more|
The body was first spotted by people along the shoreline, fire officials said, and rescue crews were called to the scene. WDTN.com provides commenting to allow for constructive discussion on the stories we cover.
|You can help pack 150K meals for Puerto RicoCincinnati News / 2 d. 20 h. 20 min. ago more|
More than 400 volunteers will spend Saturday morning packing 150,000 high-protein meals to benefit hurricane victims in Puerto Rico. Hurricane Maria devastated the island three and a half weeks ago, leaving its nearly 3 million U.S. citizens in need of food, clean water and medical supplies.
|Gay pastor defends his marriage -- and ministryCincinnati News / 3 d. 1 h. 9 min. ago more|
In May 2016, the Rev. David Meredith, pastor of Clifton United Methodist Church, married Jim Schlachter, his companion of 30 years.
|Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Adds Performance of DRACULA Due to Popular DemandCincinnati News / 3 d. 5 h. 39 min. ago more|
"After the Oct. 21 at 7:30pm show sold out and we saw the tickets starting to fill up, we knew we needed to add a show so that more patrons who want to see 'Dracula' could," says producing Artistic Director and Director of "Dracula", Brian Isaac Phillips . "No seat is less than 20 feet from the stage, so when we do a heart pounding horror story like 'Dracula', you are really up close and personal to the passion and gore of this theatrical thrill ride!" continues Mr. Phillips.
|Cincinnati Fire Dept holds educational open houses at all fire stations SaturdayCincinnati News / 3 d. 10 h. 35 min. ago more|
FOX19 NOW Anchor Jessica Brown talks fire prevention with Assistant Cincinnati Fire Chief Sherman Smith and District 3 Firefighter Keshia Terry. Your family can learn about fire safety and prevention this weekend when the Cincinnati Fire Department throws open the doors at all of the city's 26 fire stations in light of Fire Prevention Week.
|While Blink was lighting up Cincinnati, attendees were lighting up TwitterCincinnati News / 3 d. 10 h. 35 min. ago more|
While Blink was lighting up Cincinnati, attendees were lighting up Twitter The social media platform was, in essence, another arm of the light show. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/2wTXtga Blink Cincinnati is a four-day festival that offers large-scale architectural projections and interactive art pieces throughout a 20-block area from the banks of the river to Findlay Market.
|Don't miss our favorite things at Blink CincinnatiCincinnati News / 3 d. 10 h. 35 min. ago more|
With 70 different art and light experiences, there's a lot to love about Blink Cincinnati. These are our favorite things we saw Thursday.
|New Sincerity Works Releases a New AlbumCincinnati Magazine / 3 d. 19 h. 2 min. ago more|
New Sincerity Works is an aberration. There’s no endless assault of self-promotion; it’s simply a group of lifer musicians in the Cincinnati scene who know how to make music and enjoy making it together. Last month, the Mike Tittel–fronted six-piece released its third album, Wonder Lust, a synthed-up, guitar-heavy exploration of looking for love while getting older. On how the band got together: “I trace it back to when I yelled at [Tittel] for a fluffed tom-tom fill in 1996.” —Roger Klug, guitar “We were already intertwined friends going to see each other’s bands. [This group] went from a lo-fi, mobile unit that I thought would play every once in a while to, on stage, this armada of sound.” —Mike Tittel, vocals, guitar, & drums…View Original Post
|Karen S LockhartCincinnati News / 3 d. 19 h. 12 min. ago more|
Karen Sue Lockhart age 66 years of West Union, Ohio went to be with her Heavenly Father on Thursday, October 12, 2017 at Vitas Hospice Inpatient Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. Lockhart was born April 10, 1951 the daughter of the late Millard and Nola McNeilan in West Union, Ohio.
|Ohio News NotebookCincinnati News / 3 d. 22 h. 56 min. ago more|
No decision on Spencer's speech demandCINCINNATI - The University of Cincinnati says it isn't ready to announce a decision on a demand that it allow white nationalist leader Richard Spencer to speak on campus.A UC spokesman says university officials are continuing to consider "safety and logistical issues" associated with an appearance by ... (more)
|Yes, The Bengals Defense Is Actually This GoodCincinnati Magazine / 3 d. 23 h. 2 min. ago more|
Embed from Getty Images The Bengals offense was the story of the offseason, the preseason, and especially, the early part of the regular season. Sure, things are looking better now that the offensive coordinator knows which end of a play sheet is up. But all the attention paid to the trials and tribulations of Andy Dalton & Co. has obscured the tremendous play of the defense through five games. How good has the unit been? The answer surprised even me, your humble Bengals correspondent. Per Football Outsiders, Cincinnati’s defense is second-best in the NFL in efficiency (DVOA), trailing only the “enemy of my enemy is my friend” heroes from last weekend, Jacksonville. Digging deeper, only Denver has given up fewer yards per drive,…View Original Post
|Morning News: Mallory endorses first council candidate; is Cincy...Cincinnati News / 4 d. 2 h. 53 min. ago more|
Former Cincinnati mayor Mark Mallory endorsed first-time council candidate Derek Bauman Tuesday, citing the streetcar activist's focus on transit and other urban issues. Good morning all.
|Politics Podcast: City Council Candidate Derek BaumanCincinnati Magazine / 4 d. 17 h. 8 min. ago more|
Continuing our Politics Podcast series, a conversation with 2017 Cincinnati City Council candidate Derek Bauman. Download, rate, and review us on iTunes and Stitcher. It’s free!View Original Post
|Account ExecutiveCincinnati Magazine / 4 d. 22 h. 6 min. ago more|
Cincinnati Magazine is the “must read” for sophisticated consumers in Greater Cincinnati and a “must buy” for advertisers who want to reach this defined market. Each month, editorial content takes subscribers deep behind the headlines into the stories that impact our area. We profile the region’s most interesting and influential people; offer regular sections such as Dine, Radar (style & design) and Frontlines (local news & newsmakers); and create service packages on topics ranging from neighborhoods and restaurants to shopping and schools.
Overview of Account Executive Role:
Cincinnati Magazine is seeking an energetic, highly confident, hard working, and self-motivated individual to retain existing base of clients and grow revenue through cultivation of current and new business. By assessing the business needs and developing partnerships, the Account Executive will craft customized proposals while offering solutions to meet the client(s) goal. Through effective execution of prospecting, unparalleled account service and innovative approaches to curating new business, the Account Executive is responsible for meeting/exceeding revenue goals for the company. To be a successful member of the Cincinnati Magazine advertising team, one must be professional, ethical and able to build long-term business relationships with prospective and active advertising clients. It is imperative that the Account Executive embodies the mission and morals of the company while representing the Cincinnati Magazine brand within the community.
Core responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Expand sales by bringing new advertisers to the magazine and our portfolio of products including digital, events and custom publishing
Build and generate ongoing customer relationships to provide strategic marketing plans in order to meet customer’s sales expectations
Establish and develop client relationships, contact key accounts, work with clients at various stages in the sales cycle including account updates, collections, weekly projections and forecast of future advertising
Generate packages, negotiate advertising rates, direct creative campaigns and create oral and written presentation
Develop short and long range plans for revenue growth
Attain individual monthly, quarterly and annual advertising sales revenue goals while maintaining corresponding reports for management
Other job-related functions as required
Successful candidates will possess the following skills/abilities:
Strong persuasive communication skills
Proven track record of excellence in sales process and revenue gains
Exercise independent judgment and handle variety of duties
Strong organizational and time management skills
Proven track record of accuracy to detail and timeliness and ability to maintain confidentiality
Work through challenges with costs, budgets, sales strategy and digital and print media
Research problems and provide solutions to clients
Proficiency in Power Point, Excel, CRM and Word required
Travel within market/region required for outside sales
Familiarity and comfort with 100% commissioned compensation structure is necessary
College degree preferred and a minimum of two years outside sales experience required.
If you are a qualified candidate and interested in this position we encourage you to apply. The preferred method to apply is to submit a cover letter, resume and application online to the hiring manager, Tammy Vilaboy.
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|Top 5 Places to Watch the Leaves ChangeCincinnati Magazine / 7 d. 20 h. 13 min. ago more|
1. The Loveland Bike Trail is the star of the Little Miami State Park. At 70 miles long, the paved trail is nestled against the Little Miami River and makes you feel like you’re exploring somewhere in the northeastern woods. Luckily, its probably a short drive from your backyard. Spend a few hours winding through the various landscapes of Historic Loveland, Milford, Miami Township, Newtown, and Lebanon to see the best this season has to offer. lovelandbiketrail.com 2. Alms Park in Columbia-Tusculum offers something unique in the way of scenic views: an airport. Watch planes taxi and land through the expansive view of the runway, walk a little way and see a panoramic view of the Kentucky hills, then venture along a little farther to see…View Original Post
|Leyla Mediterranean is a Turkish Delight in Anderson TownshipCincinnati Magazine / 7 d. 20 h. 33 min. ago more|
Beechmont Avenue has long been a franchise stronghold—Anderson Towne Center is home to Carrabba’s, IHOP, and Pieology Pizzeria, just to name a few. Fortunately, it’s also home to Leyla Mediterranean, a tiny Turkish restaurant dishing up scratch-made classics. Turkish CoffeePhotograph by Amy Elisabeth Spasoff As most Mediterranean food fans know, rule number one is to come with your crew. Start with the cold appetizer platter. Staple spreads include an extra silky hummus, smoky baba ghanoush, and creamy lebne cheese sprinkled with ground sumac; also on board are rice stuffed grape leaves and ezme—a fiery mixture of minced vegetables (especially peppers) and walnuts. The platter is garnished with oil-cured olives and plenty of carrot wedges for dipping. If communal noshing isn’t your bag, opt for flaky…View Original Post
|Experience All the Flowers Are for Me (Red) Before It Closes October 15Cincinnati Magazine / 10 d. 16 h. 34 min. ago more|
At first glance, Anila Quayyum Agha’s All the Flowers Are for Me (Red) is easy to describe: a five-foot red steel cube, illuminated from within and suspended from the ceiling, its six faces covered in intricate floral and geometric patterns. However, the cube is only one aspect of the work on display, as the shadows the light creates are part of the experience. These shadows create an immersive environment where your experience of viewing the work is also participatory. As you move through the space and around the cube, the patterns cast by light ripple and change, making you as much a part of the art as the object in the center of the room. The ability to be a part of the exhibit is…View Original Post
|Q&A With Joey Graceffa, Dystopian YA Novelist and YouTuber ExtraordinaireCincinnati Magazine / 11 d. 15 h. 42 min. ago more|
What’s the idea behind your latest book? This one is called Elites of Eden and it’s the second book in the series that started with Children of Eden. Basically it continues where the first book left off. It’s a dystopian society set in the future, after humanity has destroyed itself. There’s a city called Eden with strict laws where every family can only have one child each due to diminishing resources. My story follows a girl who is born a twin; her name is Rowan and she’s the main character. Her brother is the first child because he had medical issues and he needed to get treatment, so she’s lived her whole life behind the walls of her family’s compound. And one day she finds…View Original Post
|There’s a Crypt Underneath St. Francis Seraph Church, and You Can Go Look At It.Cincinnati Magazine / 11 d. 16 h. 45 min. ago more|
It isn’t often that a group of families will come together and request a mass grave for their long-dead relatives. But that’s just what happened at Over-the-Rhine’s St. Francis Seraph Church, where you can visit a real-deal crypt holding the collected remains of 41 early Cincinnati citizens, mostly of Irish descent. The original clapboard church—built in 1819 and then known as Christ Church—was a far cry from today’s double-spired wonder. And when that new building went up in 1859, the old churchyard had to go. But some families saw a silver lining and moved to have their loved ones buried right under the new altar, with the grave stones laid down on the floor, Poets’ Corner–style. There they stayed for more than 100 years, inaccessible…View Original Post
|The Bengals Should Keep It In The Air This SundayCincinnati Magazine / 11 d. 16 h. 48 min. ago more|
Embed from Getty Images Anyone who has even casually followed the Bengals through the first four games of 2017 knows there is a bright yellow dividing line in the middle—BFZ and AFZ (Before Firing Zampese and After Firing Zampese). Since Ken Zampese was mercifully relieved of his duties as offensive coordinator, the Cincy offense under his replacement, Bill Lazor, has improved from disastrous to competent. As I pointed out last week, the loss to Green Bay may well have cost the team any crack at a playoff berth, but at least there is hope the Bengals will be watchable, and perhaps even lean toward the electrifying offense we all hoped to see this season. I figured the season’s first quarter would be a…View Original Post
|Marty Brennaman Is Still Coming In Loud and ClearCincinnati Magazine / 11 d. 17 h. 23 min. ago more|
His name is Franchester Martin Brennaman Jr. But you can call him Marty. For the last 44 seasons, he’s handled the play-by-play on Reds radio broadcasts, and he’s always done it pretty much the same way. Each night, he eases into one of the best seats in the house. (At Great American Ball Park, the radio booth hovers just above home plate on the first base side.) He opens his scorebook, kept with an idiosyncratic system of symbols and tidbits and notes, and lines up the tools for maintaining that system: red pen, blue pen, highlighter, No. 1 pencil, white-out pen, plus backups of each. He stacks the pieces of paper containing his in-game promos. He slips on his chunky Sony headphones. And then Marty…View Original Post
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