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Cincy's Beautiful Game

The Cincinnati Saints soccer club continues to develop its program and fan base

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Cincinnati has a rich and proud history when it comes to sports. With the Reds and Bengals being the most recognized teams in the immediate area, it’s hard for others to make a name for themselves.  

Fantasy Football Is Better than a Lot of Stuff

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 4, 2013
For a brief moment, the person who owns a fantasy football team and is off work on Sunday is god-like and in charge of everything. There’s no other feeling like it.   
by Hannah McCartney 06.24.2013
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Last Chance for The Answers Issue

We start answering tomorrow!

You have one more chance to submit us a question for CityBeat's first-ever Answers Issue — after today, we're closing the polls, sorting through all the questions and divvying them up amongst our reporting team. We'll spend the next few weeks hunting down the answers to your questions as best we can and bringing back all the info in a special themed issue sometime in July. Ask us questions about life in the Queen City you want answered — that means anything on city politics, arts and culture, food, sports, neighborhoods, E. coli in the Ohio River, bird law, Cincinnati's lizard history, what an inmate eats for breakfast at the Hamilton County Justice Center, etc. Whatever's on your mind. Go here to submit us the best questions you've got.
 
 
by Hannah McCartney 06.13.2013
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The Answers Issue Needs You!

Soliciting lots more questions on everything and anything about life in Cincinnati

Hopefully, you've heard about CityBeat's first Answers Issue by now, and hopefully, by now you've submitted plentiful golden, glowing and totally insightful questions you want us to answer. If you haven't, however, there's still time to rack your brain for the most stump-worthy questions about life in Cincinnati so we, CityBeat's faithful editorial staff, can do some sleuthing, drink some Red Bull, make some calls, read some files, spend a few hours on Google, hit up the library, talk to some fortune-tellers — whatever we can to get your questions answered. Ask us questions about life in the Queen City you want answered — that means anything on city politics, arts and culture, food, sports, neighborhoods, E. coli in the Ohio River, bird law, what an inmate eats for breakfast at the Hamilton County Justice Center, etc. Whatever's on your mind. You submit your question (check out the Answers Issue page here), and our dutiful reporting team will pick the ones we like best, divide them up and bring you back the answers in an issue sourced directly from you guys. Your questions will be anonymous when we print them. We could use a lot more questions, you inquiring minds. Here's the question submissions form.
 
 

2013 Public Eye Reader Picks

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 3, 2013
The 2013 reader picks for the city's and state's best news and political events and the people involved.  

2013 Public Eye Staff Picks

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Whether it's City Council or the Ohio Statehouse, a lot happened in our state last year. Here's a list of the good and not-so-good.  

Cincinnati Reds 2013 Season Preview

The Reds are primed to be awesome again this year

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Last season, the Reds finished with baseball’s second-best record and won the Central Division for the second time in three years. It was a pretty fun year for Reds fans, who saw the team win 97 games — the most since the 1976 Big Red Machine.   

Top 10 Bearcats Hoops Happenings of the Season

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 20, 2013
 Before we set our sights on the future of the program — one that looks bright despite the uncertainty surrounded the university’s conference affiliation — we’ll look back at the top 10 moments of the ’Cats’ 2012-13 season. Despite the frustrating second half, there were many awesome dunks and cool things that happened.  

So Long, Ye AltWeekly

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 6, 2013
It feels odd to be saying goodbye when I’m not really going anywhere, but if anyone should be used to it by now, it’s me.   

UC’s Return to Conference USA Days

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 27, 2013
The Big East is officially a mid-major. Not that it’s a surprise, but the agreement on a TV deal with ESPN for $130 million over seven years seals it.  

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