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Cincinnati vs. The World 1.21.15

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 21, 2015
A small town Kentucky state senator is set to sponsor a bill banning transgender students from using restrooms that don’t correspond to their biological sex.  
by Jac Kern 08.01.2012
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Your Wednesday To Do List

Every first day of the month, each park in the Hamilton County Park District offers free admission (no vehicle permit needed) and special discounted activities all day. Stop by Winton Woods, Lake Isabella, Sharon Woods or any other area parks for free fishing, boat rides, wet playground access, golf discounts and more. Find more details here. Sexy Time Live Band Karaoke takes over the back room at Northside Tavern tonight. Sign ups start at 9 p.m. Hofbrauhaus will host Beer Stein-Holding Competitions every Wednesday this month. Beginning at 7 p.m., participants will test their strength and see how long they can hold a full mug of beer with an extended arm. Get your workout at the bar — what more could you want? Winners from the qualifying rounds will compete for the chance to go to New York and Munich’s Oktoberfest. Feel the burn! The Pinstripes heat up Fountain Square for Reggae Wednesday, 7-10 p.m. Snoop Dogg Lion would approve. Tonight the Reds take on the Padres at Great American Ballpark at 7:10 p.m. Get tickets here. When Jersey’s favorite wedding singer Robbie Hart is dumped by his own fiancé at the altar, he is devastating, leaving a trail of ruined receptions behind him. That 1998 Sandler comedy gets a high school makeover as the Cincinnati Young People’s Theater takes on The Wedding Singer for its summer production at the Covedale Center. Expect campy, fun ‘80s hits and costumes, and plenty of talented local teens. Go here for tickets and details on the show (running tonight through Sunday). It’s Bandstand Bluegrass ‘n’ kickball night at Washington Park! The game begins at 6 p.m.; Northern Kentucky Bluegrass Band kicks off at 7

Additional Wild Cards Are Good For Baseball

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 6, 2012
The Reds’ playoff odds got a bump last week. Without adding a player or any injury to a rival occurring, the playoffs got that much closer for Cincinnati. That said, they did for every other team as well. Bud Selig got his playoff expansion, adding another wild card to the playoffs in each league. Now 10 teams will be in the postseason.