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SCPA and Lakota Schools

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 25, 2010
On Aug. 18, after three years of construction, Cincinnati’s School for Creative & Performing Arts (SCPA) welcomed 1,400 students to its new $72 million building. The first public K-12 performing arts school in the nation, the new SPCA was designed to accommodate the unique needs of its creative students.  

Sports: ATP Tennis Tournament

0 Comments · Monday, August 9, 2010
The world's top tennis players take the first serve at this year’s Western & Southern Financial Group Masters at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason. This tournament is among the top 10 tennis tournaments in the world with prize pursed to match. Without a bad view in the house, this tournament offers you the chance to watch your favorite tennis celebs up close and personal as they battle it out for the $2 million in prize money. Men's qualifiers run through Sunday.  

Events: World's Longest Yardsale

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Bargain hunters unite this week to partake in every penny pincher’s fantasy — a yard sale stretching from the foothills of the Appalachians to the interior of the Great Lakes region. Covington’s MainStrasse Village, located nearly dead center along the 600-mile expanse of the sale, will be setting up its own tables to lure local flea market fanatics to the popular annual event. This year, Northside joins in the fun with its own community-wide yard sale on Saturday.  

Events: Venus Friday

0 Comments · Monday, July 19, 2010
The goddess of love, better known to astrologists as Venus, awaits your arrival Friday at the Cincinnati Observatory Center, where guests will gaze upon the celestial brilliance of Earth's sister planet through the lens of the observatory's historic telescopes. Reservations are recommended.  

Onstage: A Little Night Murder

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 6, 2010
C.S.I. meets “Sin City” each weekend throughout July at Newport’s Monmouth Theatre. Playing host once again to an interactive evening of murder, mystery and intrigue, this intimate theatre engages audience members in the scintillating production of A Little Night Murder. Owner Vito Vitolli will welcome guests to his posh 1930s Newport Night Club, but the charming host makes no guarantees as to how your evening will unravel.  

Events: Panegyri Greek Festival

0 Comments · Tuesday, June 22, 2010
If Cincinnati chili is the closest you've ever come to satisfying your Big Fat Greek taste buds, then now is the time for you to expand your palette at the Panegyri Greek Festival. Friday-Sunday at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Finneytown.