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Old 03-10-2015, 05:07 PM
 
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As a Cincinnati native I can attest to the fact that many Cincinnatians loathe Appalachia and do all they can to distance themselves from the "culture". Nevermind the fact that Kentucky is right across the river and many Cincinnati residents are descended from Appalachian transplants. The area does also have a slightly Appalachian feel but there is much more German heritage as opposed to Scots-Irish.

On the topic of the thread, Johnson City is largely overlooked but is a great city and a college town as well. Some of the bohemian vibe of Asheville trickles over the mountains into certain areas of the city.
Embrace your roots. Cincinnati runs deep in Appalachian culture and to deny it is being disingenuous.

Queen City Angels get grant to launch Appalachian Ohio fund - Cincinnati Business Courier

Appalachian | Cincinnati: A City of Immigrants

Urban Appalachians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A Mountain Legacy | Teaching Tolerance

Appalachian Cincinnati

http://uacvoice.org/pdf/workingpaper16.pdf

Appalachia Culture Fest at Cincinnati Museum Center - Cincinnati Magazine

Urban Appalachian Children and Youth
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Old 03-11-2015, 06:35 AM
 
Location: St Simons Island, GA
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Those pictures from 2011 don't begin to do the current downtown justice. The amount of work that has been done since then is incredible and downtown is in the middle of an impressive transformation. I'll have to post some pictures sometime.
I have a friend and former colleague that took a faculty position at E TN State. It was a great move for his career, but he was less than enthusiastic about moving from a major metro to Johnson City. Turns out he loves it! Apparently JC is a well-kept secret.
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Old 03-12-2015, 07:15 PM
 
Location: Maryland outside DC
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Here's some pics of Asheville, NC:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/220011...7627086968534/

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