Be ready come November! Here’s the information you need for the federal, state and county elections coming up. The Chamber has your back when it comes to local issues. Join us on October 24 for a discussion about the tax levies on the ballot.
Cincy Next Class 4 Recruitment
Applications for Cincy Next, the Chamber’s leadership development program designed for early career professionals (approximate ages 22-30 with >eight years experience) will open on November 11. The Info Session Happy Hour will be November 30. More details to come.
Cincinnati USA has a story to tell. So folks do. Cool places to live, fun things to do, and so much beauty. Join in and be your own #cincystory-teller.
The Cincinnati Enquirer at cincinnati.com is the region’s in-depth and updated local news source.
Soapbox Media tells the new Cincinnati story – a narrative of creative people and businesses, new development, cool places to live, and the best places to work and play.
We’re one great region, but each of our neighborhoods has its own unique personality. Begin your neighborhood exploration.
You’re one-stop to learn where to eat, shop, play, live and park in downtown Cincinnati.
Located at the corner of Fifth and Vine Streets in downtown, the Square is a public space to gather, celebrate and connect as a city.
The long envisioned project at the downtown riverfront with parks, entertainment and dining in between the sports stadiums.
Over-the-Rhine is the largest, most intact urban historic district in the United States and is now experiencing a renaissance.
A gathering place for people from all over the city, experience the sounds and smells of an old-fashioned public market.
arts & entertainment+
arts & entertainment-
Performances, exhibitions, classes, fundraisers and other arts events from organizations across the region, find your next great arts adventure with Cincy Arts Guide.
Cincinnati is host to some of the most iconic community and social events that celebrate the region, including the second largest Oktoberfest celebration in the world!
Enjoy the Arts gives anyone aged 35 or younger free tickets, ongoing discounts, exclusive invitations and insider information to enjoy Cincinnati’s world-class arts scene for an entire year – no strings attached!
Call a friend and say “Meet Me Outdoors!” This site will help you find year-round outdoor recreation and nature activities in the Tri-State area.
Hill-tops with spectacular views, a 1,459-acre forest, nature centers, architectural gems, picnic areas, dog parks–these are some great features of Cincinnati Parks.
CSL develops and coordinates co-ed sports leagues, parties and special events for young professionals.
Working to improve the quality of life in the Cincinnati region by maximizing the collective impact of individuals and organizations dedicated to environmental sustainability.
food & dining+
food & dining-
Cincinnati Refined highlights all the best that we have to offer, from the finest dining to hottest nightspots.
Browse Cincinnati Magazine’s list of Best Restaurants in the region from year to year.
Dining guides, list of farmer’s markets, recipes, stories and more.
new to town+
new to town-
Find information on where to live, where to work, where to play, and what to do. Plus, links to area resources, events and organizations.
Here you’ll find great ideas for things to do in Cincinnati…something fun for every day of the year.
HYPE Connections is a six-month program for new and native young professionals who want to build more professional and community connections in Cincinnati USA.
queen city blogs+
queen city blogs-
We’re all busy, so here’s the latest tidbits on bars, restaurants, events and pop culture.
Head brewer Richard Dubé leaves Moerlein
Christian Moerlein Brewing Company has lost its head brewer.
Follow UrbanCincy for the latest news and discussion on all things happening in Cincinnati’s urban core.
Hamilton Looking For Public Input on Annual Action Plan
Hamilton city officials are looking for public feedback on a list of items that will help form the city’s…
Follow what’s new with Cincy consumer and retail businesses – openings, closings, businesses on the move, new product lines.
World Cup sports bar/restaurant to open in Northside
It will cater to soccer, rugby and hockey fans and serve food inspired by world cuisines.
A top food blog in Cincinnati, Julie Niesen Gosdin is the voice behind wine me, dine me.
Tapas Tuesday at Salazar OTR
What are you doing tonight? Nothing? Run down to Salazar OTR for Tapas Tuesday. Every Tuesday, Salazar…
Amy Storer-Scalia shares her insider tips on everything the chic woman needs to know about what’s going on in Greater Cincinnati.
Western Hills wing Malik Seldon signs with Polk State
Take the bus! Metro provides 17 million rides per year in the Greater Cincinnati area. Check out Bus Detective, their real-time bus tracker!
In addition to Cincinnati, this bus system provides service to Boone, Kenton and Campbell counties in Northern Kentucky.
Red Bike is a next-next-generation bike-sharing program. It is a zero-hassle, zero-emissions way to get around town.
A new electric mode of transportation for the area operating on a 3.6-mile loop in the urban core. It’s set to begin operation in Fall 2016.
Soapbox Media highlights growth companies in the Greater Cincinnati area and breaks them down by industry.
Search Greater Cincinnati jobs via the Cincinnati Enquirer’s listing.
Ranked as one a top 100 public universities in the U.S., the Graduate School at the University of Cincinnati offers quality programs.
Williams College of Business is ranked as one of the nation’s best and most entrepreneurial business schools with a top 25 MBA program.
Check out graduate offerings at Northern Kentucky University.
More than 50 master’s programs and 12 doctoral programs at Miami University of Ohio.
Choose from over 100 programs degrees and certificates available at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
The College of Mount St. Joseph is a Catholic college providing its 2,300 students with a liberal arts and professional education.
Connect to create a stronger sense of community and collaboration in the city.
Get more involved in Cincinnati USA’s
vibrant arts community.
Foster professional and personal development. Produced by the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
An outlet to have fun, meet people, and give back to your community all at the same time.
Promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving communities.
Connect with other Jewish young professionals and the Jewish community.
Check out more young professional groups in Cincinnati USA. Whether it’s social, sports, service or professional-based, there is something for everyone interested in getting connected.