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Ohio's U.S. senators and Cincinnati's House members have introduced legislation allowing the Delta Queen to go on overnight trips with passengers on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers.
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Feel like a mini Oktoberfest? Randy Petruk and Gena Deaton snack on some German egg rolls from Mecklenburg Gardens at last year's Taste of Cincinnati.
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I wrote my Curtain Call column before the League of Cincinnati Theatres held its Monday night awards gala at The Know Theatre.
The UN World Food Programme continues to provide aid to 2.5 million people inside war-torn Syria.
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Local 12's Joe Webb is in Moore, Oklahoma, covering the damage from Monday's devastating tornado.
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We've seen some showers working through the area early this morning. These showers have formed along a cold front which is moving east of Cincinnati.
So what tips can I offer, as the 10th Cincinnati Fringe Festival is about to begin? I've attended these annual round-ups of theater, dance, comedy, music, monologues and oddball unclassifiable performances for a decade, so I have accrued some modest authority.
To Jones' credit, his love of Bluegrass music allowed for such bands to be a part of his show.
On Saturday, June 1, the trio performs at The Comet in Northside in honor of its new release, a 7-inch vinyl single/EP on longtime Cincy Punk/Experimental label Centsless Productions, which has previously released material by local faves like The Socials' new release is titled The Beast Bites and it features four mangy, lo-fi tracks of melodic, ... (more)
In order to avoid deficits for fiscal year 2014 and beyond, the Contemporary Arts Center on Monday laid off four employees and Director/Chief Curator Raphaela Platow announced other cost-saving measures.
Michael Jones, research director at the University of Cincinnati Economics Center, attributed the job gains to improvements in manufacturing and continued growth in health care jobs.
I'm sick of chubby and portly and misshapen young black women wearing stingy shirts, bad bras and too-small pants that leave too much fleshy real estate exposed; I am sick to death of them walking around thinking this is cute and acceptable.
We've been here before, but it wasn't quite the same. The frequently sun-struck paintings in the engaging exhibition, Continuity and Change: The Return to Figurative Painting , now at Cincinnati Art Galleries, are the work of seven area artists - Emil Robinson, Rob Anderson, Linda E. Anderson, Aidan Schapera, Brian Burt, Tim Kennedy and Eve ... (more)
Dave was born Jan. 4, 1948, at Portsmouth; the son of the late Paul Haaf and Irene Haaf of Portsmouth.
As the U.S. Congress debates foreign food aid programs, it should look at the missed opportunities to promote stability and development around the world.
I grew up in Delhi Township and graduated from Oak Hills H.S. in 1983. In 1987 I received a Bachelor's Degree, with Honors, in Political Science from the University of Cincinnati, followed by a J.D. from the College of Law in 1990.
Haiti is suffering from hunger in the aftermath of storms and drought that have struck the impoverished country.
The controversy over the extra scrutiny the Internal Revenue Service imposed on some conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status could take a new turn Wednesday when IRS official Lois Lerner is expected to assert her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination at a House Oversight Committee hearing.