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The Pages Of History

Looking back at 160 years of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County

1 Comments · Wednesday, October 16, 2013
If you wanted to borrow a book from a library in 18th-century America, you might run into some problems. Back then public libraries didn’t exist. Instead, small private libraries served those who were members — mainly upper-class citizens who could afford the annual fees.  
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Maribelle's eat + drink Reopens This Week in Oakley

{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, June 20, 2012
If you’ve ever worked in a restaurant, then you know that things can get dirty. If you haven’t had the luxury of working behind a line, then you’ve heard the rumors. But the staff at Maribelle’s eat + drink has nothing to hide; in fact, they want you to see their kitchen. Maribelle’s, which used to be located on Riverside Drive, is set to reopen Thursday at a new location ...  

Keep on Truckin'

Cincinnati food trucks offer creative cuisine on the go

1 Comments · Thursday, May 31, 2012
In 2010, the City of Cincinnati approved a pilot program that allowed up to 25 mobile food vendors to operate in three designated public zones: Sawyer Point, Court Street Market and at Fifth and Race streets. Since then, 11 vendors have signed up for the permits that allow them to operate within the city.  

Event: Althea Harper Trunk Show

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 13, 2012
 “Everyone (thinks) she’s only on the show because she’s a tall blond beauty,” said Tim Gunn, host of Project Runway. “But she’s extremely talented. She’s going to blow people awa  

Event: Canstruction

0 Comments · Monday, March 5, 2012
Remember canned food drives in elementary school? Harken back to the days when one can meant saving the world and get inspired by giant works of art made entirely from cans. Canstruction, a national  
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Sushi Bears' Cooking Classes For Two

Findlay Market eatery offers romantic sushi/Indian classes

{CommentsCant} · Monday, February 27, 2012
My mom always told me that nothing gets a man’s heart like good cooking. After two sticks of butter, one quart of heavy cream and a half-gallon of milk, my date might have thought I was trying to clog his arteries rather than “steal his heart.” Instead, we discovered each other’s love for high calorie, mostly dairy-based foods and embraced cooking Indian cuisine together.   

Events: Cincy Winter Beerfest

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 7, 2012
This winter has been a warm one, but fickle weather is nothing new to Cincinnatians. What could be more familiar in these parts of town than the crazy weather? Our love of a good craft beer. Drink   
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Valentine's Gifts Around the World (and Back)

How Do You Say I<3U?

{CommentsCant} · Tuesday, January 31, 2012
It's two weeks until Valentine's Day, and we've got a few suggestions on how to celebrate.To women, nothing says ‘I Love You’ quite like a big, fat cockroach on Valentine’s Day. That's right, for just $10, you can name a special bug living at the Bronx Zoo after your sweetie - because like love, a cockroach is indestructible.  

Events: Arty Mardi Gras Party

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Let the good times roll and bring Bourbon Street to Cincinnati at the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Arty Mardi Gras Party. Dance to live Cajun and Zydeco music, feast on New Orleans-style hors d’oeuvres  
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New Year's Resolution: Meatless Mondays

{CommentsCant} · Monday, January 30, 2012
Who says New Year’s resolutions have to be followed 365 days a year?

Meatless Monday, a public awareness campaign that advocates a “semi-vegetarian” lifestyle, asks its pledgees to give up meat one day a week. With the support of schools, hospitals and restaurants across the globe since 2003, they aim to improve the public’s health by cutting down meat consumption 15 percent.

Going veg once a week can reduce risks of chronic preventable conditions like cancer, heart disease, diabetes and obesity — not to mention it is good for the environment.