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Watching (TV) In a Winter Wonderland

Ten favorite holiday episodes from the past decade

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Sure, it might sound boring and vaguely pathetic for one's favorite holiday memories to revolve around TV — how very “American” of me — but holidays just wouldn’t be the same without football on Thanksgiving, the Christmas Eve A Christmas Story marathon and all the classic stop-motion specials.   

2011 Holiday Issue

Slow down and enjoy the season

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 22, 2011
This year’s Holiday Issue took a step back in an attempt to enjoy the experiences that so often pass us by during this time of year. Should we have set up an elaborate photo shoot for our Holiday Issue covers? That sounded stressful and obligatory, so we just built a little house out of cookies and candy. It was only one story, but it was delicious. And we enjoyed each other’s company and had lots of candy left over.  

A Very Larry Christmas

Reflections on holidays passed

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 22, 2011
I have long, skinny fingers except when I go Christmas shopping. Once I’m in a store listening to Christmas music and hearing all that holiday cheer, my fingers swell up. This has been happening since the 1980’s. My fingers are no longer fingers. They’re long, fat sausages that are tired of picking up stuff and trying to decide what to buy somebody.  

Local Love

Neighborhood business districts make holiday shopping fun and rewarding

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 22, 2011
With the official kickoff to the holiday season just days away, some are preparing to don their riot gear and hit the malls, while others plan to remain in their comfy pajamas and point and click their way through their shopping list. Either way, local merchants are encouraging Cincinnati residents to “shop local” by visiting Cincinnati venues either in person or virtually this holiday season.  

Holiday Event Listings

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Enjoy the holiday events, attractions, music, theater and arts offerings Cincinnati has to offer.
  

New Year's Eve With a Twist

Refreshingly different takes to help you count down to midnight

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 22, 2010
New Year's Eve is more than just a countdown and ball drop. Maybe you're tired of the standard New Year's Eve bar parties or maybe last year's transition to 2010 left you discombobulated and, after too much champagne, old acquaintances really were forgotten. Well, Greater Cincinnati has some novel and memorable alternatives, so try one out.  

Gifts for Under $25

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Another Part of the Forest: Vinyl LPs, DVDsSpecializing in hard-to-find vinyl records and eclectic music, Another Part of the Forest offers more than 10,000 LPs ($1.50-$15), including a wide selection  

Gifts for $25-$50

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Colonel De Spice Store: Custom Gift BoxesSpice up the season with a stop to Colonel De’s spice store in Findlay Market, offering custom gift box choices full of spicy goodies. The Cincy Favorite  

Gifts for $50-$100

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Aglamesis Bros.: Tower of FavoritesIce cream might be considered a summer time treat, but in my family we crave it year round. That’s why we love an outing to Algamesis each season to taste thei  

Gifts for Over $100

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Ambience Salon Spa: Togetherness PackageServices include a “purefecting” plant peel anti-aging facial ($135) and 90-minute deep tissue sports massage ($110) for those on the go. Or truly i  

Merry Craftmas

Locals show how crafting is no longer just for grandmas and Girl Scouts

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 24, 2010
When most people think of arts and crafts, two images typically come to mind. Some think of the classic church basement craft show where retired ladies hawk doilies. Others might remember second-grade art class, where they made handprint turkeys and might or might not have eaten paste. But what about a marketplace of young urbanites buying and selling items like handmade books, yoga mat bags and vintage jewelry that draws a crowd of thousands? That's exactly what goes down at the Crafty Supermarket.  

Retail in the Rhine

A walking tour to holiday shopping in Over-the-Rhine

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Although I grew up in Cincinnati and graduated from Oak Hills High School, I haven't spent a full holiday shopping season here since around 2006, when I spent a few post-college months living with my parents. I gave a half-hearted attempt at sorting out Cincinnati's arts/entertainment/shopping scene, but when I heard Over-the-Rhine was supposed to be the new epicenter of all things happening and hip, I just wasn't buying it. Boy, was I wrong. "It's pretty amazing, the transformation that's taken place," says Brian Tiffany, president of the Over-the-Rhine Chamber of Commerce.