Monthly Archives: July 2010
The Macy's Music Festival headlines a host of events in Cincinnati's center city this weekend that are expected to collectively draw hundreds of thousands of people, and inject millions of dollars into the local economy.
'Watch This' will team with Fountain Square's weekly movie night to screen the original 1933 version of King Kong this Saturday, July 31 at 8:30pm. The event is free and open to the public, but large crowds are expected for the popular weekly event.
The introduction of Issue 9 rallied the next generation of leaders in Cincinnati as they worked to defeat the anti-passenger rail amendment. Following their victory many young people are still motivated to be engaged, but are seeking to find out how, and with whom.
Since opening in August 2009, Dojo Gelato has experienced business growth not originally anticipated. As a result, production has increased 32%, sales have grown, and the staff has increased fivefold. Owner Michael Christner has even introduced a new delivery truck and mobile gelato cart to keep up with demand.
The current Clifton Branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County is poised to move from its long-time location on Ludlow Avenue, to a more spacious facility nearby that was served as the home for the notorious George Barnsdale "Boss" Cox.