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Conflict Kitchen Serves Food from U.S. Geopolitical Enemies

Pittsburgh, Pa. take-out serves cuisine from countries with which America is in conflict

{CommentsCant} · Monday, January 13, 2014
Pittsburgh, Pa.'s Conflict Kitchen (221 Schenley Drive, Pittsburgh, Pa., conflictkitchen.org) is a new kind of "pop-up" dining experience. The restaurant serves only cuisine from countries with which the United States is in conflict, according to their website, and rotates the country of food based on current geopolitical events. 
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High School Hosts Donkey Basketball Game

Batavia High School hosts its second annual equine/sports fundraiser

{CommentsCant} · Thursday, January 9, 2014
If you were getting bored watching humans play basketball, Batavia High School has the solution for you: Donkey basketball. Yup, donkeys playing basketball aka "Donkey Ball." Batavia's class of 2016 is hosting the second annual Batavia Donkey Ball game, a fundraiser to support their class activities including prom and graduation...  
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First Northern Kentucky Flu Death

Tips for avoiding the flu from the Northern Kentucky Health Department

{CommentsCant} · Thursday, January 9, 2014
The Northern Kentucky Health Department just received report of the area's first seasonal flu death this flu season. A middle-aged Kenton County man, with a history of chronic health problems, died from complications of the flu.
“The loss of someone to the flu is a tragedy, and our thoughts go out to the individual’s family,” Lynne M. Saddler, MD, MPH, district director of health, writes ...  
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Findlay Market Cookbook in the Works

Recipes, market vendor profiles and more

{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, January 8, 2014
This fall, keep your eyes peeled for a new farm-to-table Cincinnati-centric cookbook: The Findlay Market Cookbook: Recipes & Stories from Cincinnati's Historic Public Market.
Scheduled to hit shelves in October, this release from Farm Fresh Books, "an independently-owned specialty publisher of cookbooks for the nation's most enlightened public markets, farmers m...  
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Moerlein Lager House January Beer Dinner

Moerlein pairs with Triple Digit Brewing for dinner and drinks

{CommentsCant} · Tuesday, January 7, 2014
The Moerlein Lager House (115 Joe Nuxhall Way, The Banks, moerleinlagerhouse.com) is pairing with local craft brewery Triple Digit Brewing Company, a nano-brewery that shares space with the Listermann Brewing Company in Evanston, for a paired and plated dinner to complement a selection of their unique beers.
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Attractions: Family Days at the Newport Aquarium

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 7, 2014
If you missed Scuba Santa, you can still catch his little helpers, a pair of mystical white alligators named Snowball and Snowflake, who are just two of the less than 100 remaining white alligators in  

Class: Indian Vegetarian Village

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Madu Sinha teaches this cooking class on authentic Indian vegetarian dishes at Jungle Jim’s Fairfield. A native of India, Sinha shares her knowledge of the cuisine plus tips and explanations for tho  

Class: Matcha Mystique

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Matcha is a high-quality, finely milled or fine powder green tea used in Japanese tea ceremonies, which comes in many varieties — some of which you can sample at Essencha tea house’s “matcha mys  
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Chez Nora Has Closed

Owners Jimmy and Pati Gilliece shutter the restaurant after nearly 20 years

{CommentsCant} · Monday, January 6, 2014
After nearly 20 years under its current ownership, popular MainStrasse restaurant and rooftop Jazz club Chez Nora (530 Main St., Covington) shuttered its doors for good yesterday. Despite having a loyal following, owners Jimmy and Patti Gilliece cited not having enough customers as the reason for the close. Their official Facebook page says:  "Chez Nora  Has Closed Thank You fo...  
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Washington Park Now Accepting 2014 Ecosculpt Submissions

Get ready to recycle artfully

{CommentsCant} · Monday, January 6, 2014
Sick of just tossing your cans and bottles into the recycling bin? Good news: EcoSculpt, a three-week art installation event comprised of sculptures made of recycled and/or recyclable materials, is returning to Washington Park in celebration of Earth Day.
And EcoSculpt artists not only get to exhibit how artfully eco-friendly they are in large-scale sculptures, they also have a chance to win ca...