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Event: Cincinnati Earth Day

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 17, 2012
This year’s 42nd Earth Day celebration, themed “One Earth, One Chance,” is hosted by the Greater Cincinnati Earth Coalition and the Environmental Protection Agency. The day is full of events   

Event: A-Line Pet Event

0 Comments · Monday, April 9, 2012
People talk about their pets like they’re children, myself included. For the endless affection our pets shower upon us, it’s time to give them a reminder of how much we care. A trip to the dog par  
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Opening Day on the Horizon: A Reds Preview

{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, April 4, 2012
With Opening Day fast approaching, you now have 225 million reasons to go watch the Reds this year. Bob Castellini opened up the checkbook and Walt Jocketty busted out his best persuasive vocabulary and Joey Votto accepted; to the tune of a 10-year, $225 million contract extension — the fourth largest in major league history.
Reds ownership — unlike our dear friend, Mike Brown — has embr...  

Art: Charley Harper Exhibition and Sale

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 3, 2012
It might not be the most recent publication, but surely some of us have set our eyes upon a copy of The Golden Book of Biology. Whether you have or not, know this — it was the brainchild of Cinci  

Event: Best of Cincinnati Celebration

0 Comments · Monday, March 19, 2012
 All of the votes have been tallied and somebody somewhere in the depths of the CityBeat family knows who the winners are; but the rest of us will wait with anticipation for Tuesday’s Best of C  
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Queen City Hoops: March Madness Edition

UC, Xavier play second-round NCAA Tournament games today

{CommentsCant} · Friday, March 16, 2012
It’s a big day for fans here in the Queen City, for those repping the navy and white and the red and black. After the five months of build-up March Madness has finally arrived and after success for other semi-local teams — Ohio State, Kentucky and Louisville — the Bearcats and the Muskies look to continue the trend.
Sixth-seeded Cincinnati will face the eleventh-seeded Texas Longhorns in...  

Event: YWCA Annual Heart-to-Heart Racial Justice Breakfast

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Slavery was abolished in this country long ago, and Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X fought during the Civil Rights Movement nearly a half-century ago, yet we still have to confront the fact th  
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Queen City Hoops: Conference Tournament Edition

UC in Big East semis, Dayton awaits Xavier

{CommentsCant} · Friday, March 9, 2012
It’s a big night on the hardwood for the Queen City this evening. UC faces No. 2 Syracuse in the semifinals of the Big East Tournament — a place the Bearcats have never reached since joining the conference in 2005. Xavier has had far more success in their endeavors in the A-10 tournament, although last year Xavier bowed out in the quarterfinals as the No. 1 seed. The opponent that night was th...  

Queen City Hoops: Selection Sunday Nears

Bearcats a lock, Muskies not so much

{CommentsCant} · Friday, March 2, 2012
The regular season is drawing to a close as Cincinnati and Xavier each have one game left before conference tournament time. Cincinnati will hear their name called on "Selection Sunday" — as for Xavier, only time will tell.
ESPN bracketologist Joe Lunardi has Xavier as one of his first four out, and I tend to agree — although I disagree with the pointless bickering in the comments section r...  

13 Big City Bars

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Some of the more happening spots around town — some have outrageously creative drink menus, others have some of the freshest and most mouth-watering food around and others still encourage you to dance your ass off.