CincyTechUSA iPhoneThe Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber and CincyTechUSA announced their list of the Top 10 Best Blogs in Cincinnati (in alphabetical order) after receiving 154 nominations for 62 blogs in Cincinnati USA’s Best Blog Competition in a quest to name the best blog authored in Cincinnati USA and the best blog authored by a Chamber member.

“Building Cincinnati,” blogger Kevin LeMaster, coverage of Cincinnati development news, http://buildingcincinnati.blogspot.com/

“Cincinnati Blog,” blogger Brian Griffin, political and progressive news and opinion in Cincinnati, http://cincinnati.blogspot.com/

“DesignCincinnati,” blogger Drew Steinbrecher, design and architecture highlights around the region, http://www.drew-o-rama.com/designcincinnati

“Each Note Secure,” blogger Joe Long, WOXY.com staffer who has his finger directly on the pulse of the music world in Cincinnati USA and beyond, http://www.eachnotesecure.com/

“Fort’s Cancer Sux”, blogger Melissa McLaughlin, Melissa’s (Fort’s) inspiring journal of her quest to beat stage-four breast cancer, http://fortscancersux.blogspot.com/

“Freckle Photo,” blogger Melissa Speelman, outstanding photo journal by a local art teacher documenting her family, friends, and classroom activities, http://www.frecklephoto.com/

“Lance McAlister,” blogger Lance McAlister, arguably the premier overall sports blog in Cincinnati USA and the No. 1 fan site of Pittsburgh-bound lightning bolt Valerie Abati, http://1530homer.com/pages/lancesBlog.html

“My Wine Education,” blogger Michelle Lentz, very tasty site about the local and worldwide wine scene, http://www.wine-girl.net/

“Patent Baristas,” blogger Stephen Albainy-Jenie, provides pertinent information about intellectual property topics, http://patentbaristas.com/

“Strategic Public Relations,” blogger Kevin Dugan, insights on the latest in PR developments and issues locally and globally, http://prblog.typepad.com/

The final two winners — who will receive a cool new iPhone — will require yet another round of judging and will be announced on Aug. 2.  I don’t think I’ll be canceling my current service, though.

More at the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.

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