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Editor’s Letter, July 2019: The Past Is Always Present

Cincinnati’s past is never far from our present-day hustle and bustle, either physically or spiritually.

Editor’s Letter, June 2019: What’s Driving the Rise of the Makers?

Cincinnati has always been a manufacturing town, but there's a new wave of support for entrepreneurship of all kinds, and it's paying off.

Editor’s Letter, May 2019: A Citizen of the World

Many of the world's cultures are represented in Cincinnati—more than you might think.

Editor’s Letter, April 2019: If Cincinnati’s Past Was a Musical

I got to thinking of what a Hamilton-like show about seminal moments in Cincinnati would focus on—which significant people or events would a composer choose to help tell our city’s story?

Editor’s Letter, March 2019: The Seven Stages of Fine Dining

Imagining dinner at one of Cincinnati’s best restaurants is like planning a mini vacation: so many things to see, do, and touch and so...

Editor’s Letter, February 2019: Reflecting on the City’s Growth with a Schnecken

One day in December, I brought home a box of Virginia Bakery schnecken, part of my research for our “Get Baked” guide to local...

Editor’s Letter, January 2019: Creating Our Collective Future

Throughout this issue you’ll come across people who, in their own small ways, are creating new realities instead of waiting for something to happen.

Editor’s Letter, December 2018: Thank You

I thank you for supporting Cincinnati Magazine by reading the print issue and website, interacting with our social media, subscribing to our e-mail newsletters, attending one of our events, or picking up our stand-alone wedding or baby guides.

Editor’s Letter, November 2018: Admiring the Risk-Takers

Our “Shop the Queen City” package (page 54) celebrates 70-plus retail businesses across the region, but we could have easily highlighted twice the number given the swell of entrepreneurship sweeping Cincinnati.

Editor’s Letter, October 2018: Cincinnati’s New Downtown

Not that long ago, it would have been unthinkable for real estate developers to rehab a historic office building, tear down a multi-level garage, or dig up a surface parking lot to create hundreds of new apartments and condos. It’s a new downtown for a new Cincinnati.

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