Cincinnati

  • GEOGRAPHY & GETTING AROUND Cincinnati is easy to get lost in, but easy enough to find your bearings as well. There is one giant interstate, I-275, that stretches around the city, dipping into…   Read the Article

  • What makes Cincinnati like no place else? It’s the Ohio River. Cincinnati was settled on the banks of the Ohio, and much of its identity is still here. If a giant citywide project is going to be…   Read the Article

  • Population: 364,040 USDA Hardiness Zone: 6 Major Airport: Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Companies With a Major Presence Here: The Kroger Co., Procter & Gamble Co.,…   Read the Article

  • Food and Drink Essentials: The Best Places to... BUY GROCERIES Jungle Jim's International Market, 5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield, Ohio, 513-674-6000 Sure, there are more Kroger’s, making that…   Read the Article

  • Mount Adams If you want to leave Cincinnati without really leaving Cincinnati, you come here. Situated on what feels like a small mountain overlooking the downtown skyline and the Ohio River,…   Read the Article

  • Today, Cincinnati is known as "The Queen City," but in the 1800s, Cincinnati was "Porkopolis" -- the largest pork-producing city in the world. After the Revolutionary War, many Americans headed…   Read the Article

  • A chopped up region: Saint Louis may be the most complex metropolis in the country. The Census Bureau now recognizes 16 counties in the metropolitan area, eight in Missouri and eight in Illinois. …   Read the Article

  • This barn turned 3,300-square-foot home matches country feel with easy access to downtown Cincinnati, OH.

    We admit, we weren't initially sold on the idea of living in a barn -- until we looked inside this former dairy barn in Cincinnati, that is. Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Listed By:Amanda Coleman Voss…   Read the Blog

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