CityBeat - Hibernation Guide http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/articles.sec-282-1-hibernation_guide.html <![CDATA[Hibernation Guide: What to Do When the Weather Gets Cold - Good books, food delivery, binge-worthy TV, local sweatpants and hot cocktails]]> Winter. Generally cold. Possibly snowy. Gets dark at like 4 p.m. Unfortunately, unlike bears, humans have to stay awake in January and February. ]]> <![CDATA[Dining by Delivery - ]]> Not leaving bed is a pretty satisfying response to surviving a Cincinnati winter, but, like anything else, hibernating is even better when food is involved.]]> <![CDATA[Warming Winter Cocktails - ]]> Here are some warm cocktail recipes from a couple of local bars and restaurants that you can make yourself while avoiding the world outside.
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<![CDATA[Netflix and Chill Your Way through Winter - ]]> Revered film stars and directors are testing the boundaries of the small screen. It’s a great time for television, and winter is the perfect time to catch up on anything you’ve missed.]]> <![CDATA[Required Winter Reading - ]]> Here are a few books that will make you sound smarter at the next party you attend.
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<![CDATA[Slow Fashion: Cozy Clothes - ]]> Although the 1980s were, on the whole, a bad decade for fashion, there was one element it had over today’s styles: 80 percent of it was made in the United States. Today, we only make about 2 percent of the clothes we wear in this country.
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