As a lifetime resident of Cincinnati, I have experienced and studied much of this great city's history. If you're looking for information about Cincinnati, I'll be happy to help! I am not interested in answering requests for extensive, detailed statistics. I have a day job :)
I have specific knowledge of Cincinnati, Ohio. I have 40+ years experience with the demographics, culture, and history of the city. I have a constant interest in the city and always seeking to learn more about it. I enjoy living here and I'm eager to share information with anyone interested in learning about Cincinnati.
I have been educated at the University of Cincinnati.
I hope to dispel or confirm rumors/stereotypes regarding Cincinnati. It's no secret that it is a conservative city with traditional values. It also remains a great place to live and raise a family. Attracting a youthful demographic who appreciate those same values, while helping to improve Cincinnati's appeal, is a continuing endeavor.
Before prohibition, Cincinnati was one of the country's leaders in the beer brewing industry.
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