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Events: Airwaves Kite Fest

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 5, 2011
It's a bird. It's a plane. It's Kite Fest! Soaring through 330 acres of open air is one of kids' favorite pastimes. Shapes of dogs, cats, penguins, ducks and many other animals will float through the air in the celebration of kites. The warm April sky will be filled with bold colors, graceful figures and great music. There will be a parachute run, a kite-building workshop, Cincinnati Zoo Animals and other kids events.  

Events: Bockfest Parade

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 1, 2011
The Sausage Queen reigns! Friday's Bockfest parade will be the official beginning marker of a festive celebration filled with goats and beer. Starting at Arnold's Bar & Grill, Cincinnati's oldest saloon, the parade will travel up Main Street to Bockfest Hall and end with the blessing of the bock beer. A keg-pulling goat and the current reigning Sausage Queen traditionally lead the parade.  

Why I Drink In Mount Adams

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Mount Adams is one of the places where the experience of drinking can change one’s life forever ... OK maybe not forever, but at least for the night. I am loyal to this hilly terrain and its magnificent view of Cincinnati for its friendly bartenders and outgoing social atmosphere.  

Events: Cincinnati Home and Garden Show

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Are you a homeowner or planning to buy or build a new home? If so, prepare to be awed by the Fifth Third Bank Cincinnati Home and Garden Show. The exhibit is Cincinnati's largest and longest running spring showcase of the area's new and innovative home products and services. Hundreds of people will be flooding into the decorated Duke Energy Convention Center to see the latest products to decorate and upgrade your home.  

Recalling A Gentle Warrior

Task Force seeks to create award named for an LGBT ally

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 16, 2011
It takes a brave and committed person to take a stand for progressive values in a notoriously conservative city like Cincinnati. Nonetheless, Nancy Minson was up to the challenge, tackling her share of political battles with an ingratiating sense of grace and good humor.  

Events: Murder Mystery Valentine's Day Dinner

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Break away from the cliché Valentine's Day scene and support Stop AIDS Cincinnati at Below Zero Lounge as it hosts its first Murder Mystery Dinner. Held on the infamous night of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, this mystery production is sure to bring out the detective in you. As you indulge in a meal you become a part of the show as the guests try to solve a perplexing murder.  

Events: The Sky's The Limit

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Oh, the places you can go with an imagination. Are you or your children 'Harry Potter' or 'Chronicles of Narnia' fans? Entertained by the magical world of Hogwarts and the mystical world of Narnia? If so, "The Sky's the Limit" is the event for you. Fly and flutter out of the Saturday morning cartoon routine and bring your children out to enjoy a morning of crafts.