About Cincinnati Ohio:
Welcome to Cincinnati, a thriving city at the heart of Ohio’s tristate area joining Kentucky and Indiana. Located along the banks of the Ohio River, Cincinnati is a global business center offering superior accessibility to customers and suppliers across the world. It is the transportation, industrial, commercial and cultural center for a region that is home to more than 2.1 million people. Home to nine Fortune 500 companies and more than 300 foreign-owned firms, Cincinnati is a world-class city to do business in.
Cincinnati has venues for live music, nightlife bars, restaurants and coffee shops, such as Bakersfield, Taste of Belgium, Pontiac, Kaze, A Tavola, The Eagle, Taft's Ale House, Moerlein Brewery, Salazar, The Senate, Nada and so many more! Downtown Cincinnati is home of The Cincinnati Bengals football at Paul Brown Stadium, The Cincinnati Reds baseball at Great American Ballpark, and the fun for the whole family Cincinnati Cyclones hockey at US Bank Arena. Check out Things To Do in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati has a long heritage of German culture and there are many festivals in celebration of the German culture. The World's second largest Octoberfest (Munich is #1 of course) is held in Cincinnati each year. If you're looking for a food that defines Cincinnati Culture, look no further than the Greek style chili and spaghetti from Skyline Chili parlors across the city - Ask for the 3-Way extra juicy! Cincinnati is also home of the Underground Railroad museum bringing light to the brave men, women and children who found a new life in Ohio. You'll find a wide variety of diverse cultures across the city all with their own welcoming communities and delicious eats.
The public schools in the neighborhood are part of the citywide Cincinnati Public School System.
Most Notably, The School for the Creative and Performing Arts located in Over The Rhine, is a world-class public K-12 arts school where dedicated students prepare for a lifelong involvement in artistic and scholastic pursuits. The mission of SCPA is to foster independent thinking in a creative and challenging environment.
Cincinnati also has a prestigious list of Private and Parochial schools for you to explore. For a full list of all school systems in the Tri State area follow this link: Full list of Cincinnati Metropolitan Schools.
Famous People from Cincinnati:
- Peter Frampton
- Doris Day
- Ted Turner
- Jerry Springer (Once the Mayor of Cincinnati)
- Bootsy Collins
- Nick Lachey
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