Wikipedia says cities that are large/influential/etc. in a region, but are not the capital of the region, are often nicknamed "queen city." That being the case, it makes sense that Ohio's boom town of the 1800s would have been called the Queen City. Whatever the cause, it's a name that's certainly stuck.
|Given that I sing pretty much all the time, this shouldn't be a problem.|
|Isn't this fabulous? If being the Queen City gets public art this great,|
then correct as usual, Your Majesty.