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Rock History at Ludlow Garage

Remembering the 1960s music venue that put Cincinnati on the map

9 Comments · Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Back in the late 1960s, the Ludlow Garage was at the heart of the day's Woodstock-heavy music world. A 40th anniversary tribute is scheduled Friday night at the Cincy Blues Fest, and a live two-CD/one-DVD set called 'Still Truckin' of live recordings is set for release — a must-have for music lovers of the period.   

Step Back in Time

Historic homes in two neighborhoods open their doors this weekend

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 6, 2009
This weekend, the owners of several historic homes in the area are flinging their doors open to visitors. Cincinnati Preservation Association (CPA) and Clifton Town Meeting are offering rare opportunities to see the interiors of some of Cincinnati’s most regal homes in two of the area’s grandest neighborhoods. On Saturday, the Cincinnati Preservation Association will hold a tour of East Walnut Hills homes, and Sunday is the Clifton House Tour.  

Clifton Jazzed by Garage Developments

Hardware store to open in Gaslight District; Blue Wisp might follow

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Soon Clifton's Gaslight District will host a place to buy hammers and nails and possibly a venue to hear live Jazz performed nightly. Already considered one of the city's most livable neighborhoods, Ludlow Avenue's versatile, metropolitan vibe continues to evolve.  

Dusmesh (Review)

Standing apart from the many local Indian food establishments

1 Comment · Wednesday, March 25, 2009
This location used to house India Palace, so it's not a new location for an Indian restaurant. But Dusmesh stands out by bringing something more to the table.   

Temple of Love

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 18, 2009
If you're looking for love, or at least an architectural/sculptural representation thereof, your best option in Cincinnati is the aptly named Temple of Love in Clifton’s Mt. Storm Park. By definition, the Temple of Love is a tholos, a name used by the ancient Greeks to signify a round building. The tholoi generally functioned in two ways: either as a sacred space, shielding a central statue or offering or as a secular place of congregation.  

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