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Attractions: Falling Water Gardens: A Modern Work of Nature

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The Krohn Conservatory’s early spring floral show takes design inspiration from architect Frank Lloyd Wright.  

Sports: Mascot Broomball Exhibition Match on Fountain Square

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Local mascots go head to head — on skates — in the seventh annual Mascot Broomball Exhibition Match on the Fountain Square ice rink.   

Event: Local Local Local 6

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You know it’s really local because it’s in the name three times! The sixth annual Local Local Local party at Arnold’s features local music, local beer and local artists hawking their wares.  

Event: OTR Green Home Tour

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Green Cincinnati hosts a series of tours of green homes.   

Lecture: Escape of the 28

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On April 2, 1853, 28 men, women, and children fled slavery in Boone County for freedom in the North.    

Event: Pass it On: Continuing the Legacy of Dr. King

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The Martin Luther King Jr. Coalition hosts its 40th annual series of events celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day.   

Attractions: Bravo the Galapagos Tortoise

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The Newport Aquarium’s 650-pound Galapagos tortoise Bravo — the largest turtle in the Midwest — is set to leave his Turtle Canyon home on March 1 and return to the Columbia, S.C., zoo.   
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Your Weekend To Do List (1/9-1/11)

Stuff to help with the boreds

{CommentsCant} · Friday, January 9, 2015
Wow. Such stuff. Much do. So fun. …
BEER: The Tap Room Trolley
In advance of February’s Cincinnati Beer Week, the Tap Room Trolley takes happy imbibers to six different Cincinnati breweries. The guided bus tour lasts approximately seven hours with thre...  
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Zip's Cafe Under New Ownership

No worries; the Cincinnati institution is staying true to its roots

{CommentsCant} · Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Classic Mount Lookout burger joint Zip's Cafe is under new ownership — but don't freak out. Longtime general manager Mike Burke recently purchased the 88-year-old burger institution from Brian Murrie, who had owned the restaurant since 1996. "Over 18 years later, it's now time to pass the torch," Murrie said in a recent press release. "We've been side by side and had each other's ...  

Tom + Chee Expanding into Texas

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Apparently the grilled-cheese-tomato-soup fast-casual concept was the smartest idea ever because the rapidly expanding local franchise Tom+Chee is headed to Texas.