Believe it or not, the art of beer can collecting extends beyond that Keystone pyramid you and your friends left on the kitchen counter last weekend. There are folks out there who are more serious about their beverage containers than the buzz-inducing brew they once contained — and they'll all be gathering in the Cincy area this week to expand their collections.
Outside of getting a new chew toy or changing up the typical walk route, life as man's best friend can get a little monotonous. Instead of taking Spot for a stroll around that same old block this weekend, why not give him a little exercise somewhere new for a good cause? This Sunday, you and your pooch can help knock out breed stereotypes while raising awareness and funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
No one has to tell a college student that the job market is scarce. Now, more than ever, it seems like students are struggling with choosing the “right” degree — one that interests them but will also provide job security and a steady income for a lifetime. Even after making that tough decision, some students still wonder even as graduation approaches: Will the degree be worth the sweat, blood and money that went into it?
If you were already planning on stopping by Hoffner Park, The Northside Tavern, Chameleons, The Serpent, Mayday or The Comet this Saturday night, your future just got a little more fabulous. Cincinnati Pride Week might be long gone, but Northside’s still ready to ready to party in the name of all folks gay, lesbian, transgender or otherwise.
Gay rights supporters everywhere celebrated a momentous victory June 24 when the state of New York legalized same-sex marriage. The liberating moment in history couldn’t have come at a better time — Pride Week is upon us, and those who disagree with the government telling its citizens who to love have extra reason to sport their rainbows.
Cincinnati, prepare for a double dose of indie this weekend. Along with the music at Friday's MidPoint Indie Summer Series on Fountain Square, the coinciding Indie Craft Market is sure to bring folks out of the depths of record stores and into the daylight. You'll be able to celebrate all things delightfully quirky and original as you browse a selection of handmade Etsy-style arts and crafts downtown from 5-11 p.m.
Remember back in the good old days when baseball was played without gloves, contracts or steroids? Neither do we, but for the love of all things vintage, the Queen City Invitational Base Ball Festival 2011 will be bringing us back to the way to game was played in 1869 this Saturday. They'll demonstrate how it used to be done, dressed in authentic Victorian-era ballist threads, to boot.
T.G.I.F. is so two decades ago. While we all love a good episode of 'Boy Meets World,' it's all about Final Fridays in Over-the-Rhine these days. This month's FF takes a turn for the super earth-friendly. Throw on your cutest quirked-out ensemble and head to Over-the-Rhine for some serious celebratin' this weekend. As if we haven’t gushed enough about Park Vine, we’re name-dropping again on account of the store’s four-year anniversary bash.
Calling all fashion fiends — as if Cincinnati residents need another reason to spend a Saturday kicking back at the ever-inviting Northside Tavern, the bar will be hosting the Project Northside Spring Fashion Show this weekend. Funky Northside boutiques Chicken Lays an Egg and NVISION will be showing off their stuff in the name of local fashion along with designers Mary Faith Colon, Tori Kadish and Helen Smith.