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Christmas Came Early for Southwest Ohio Developers, Historic Preservationists

SW Ohio continued its hot streak in the latest distribution of historic preservation tax credits from the Ohio Development Services Agency. The tax credits will save dozens of historic buildings from the wrecking ball, and spur millions in private investment.

REPORT: Cincinnati Region Failing at Developing Walkable Urban Places

A recently published report ranks Cincinnati poorly when it comes to developing walkable urban places, and says the future doesn't look good for the region based on changing economic preferences.

April 7, 2001: The Day Cincinnati Was Forced to Change

After months and even years of racial tension in Cincinnati, the seventh of April in 2001 proved to be the breaking point when an unarmed, 19-year-old black man was shot and killed by a white police officer. The event sparked four days of civil unrest that have profoundly changed Cincinnati.

The beautiful contradiction of Seoul

Seoul is old and new, diverse and homogeneous, busy and calm. The city is a major cosmopolitan center and one worth exploring. Enjoy some photos from Insa-dong, Jongro, Bukchon, and Kangnam over the course of the past month.

Ridership, Revenue Continue to Grow for Resurgent Amtrak

Over the last fiscal year Amtrak once again broke its own records for total passengers and revenue. The passenger rail agency now recovers roughly 85% of its operating costs from user fees.