Monthly Archives: March 2011
The Clifton Heights Music Festival returns this weekend with over 80 performances from local and regional bands, MCs, comics, and artists. The festival has grown to include seven venues, all within walking distance, in the Uptown neighborhood of Clifton Heights.
The Cincinnati Railroad Club is embarking on a new effort that will eventually digitize the group's 70,000-item library collection, and preserve it for future generations. The endeavor is expected to take three to four years depending on the success of a $1 million fundraising campaign now underway.
On March 31 from 6-9pm, Cincinnati's best bartenders and mixologists will gather at Neon's Unplugged to raise money for Covington's Homeward Bound Runaway Shelter. After that, many of the participating bartenders and mixologists will keep the fundraising going throughout the month at their respective establishments.
After a long wait, Cincinnatians will finally be treated to the presence of the city's first authentic Mexican street food truck. Taco Azul owner Gary Sims says that he is excited to kick off operations in time for Reds Opening Day and plans to offer regular lunch and late night service throughout the city.
Developers of the region's largest mixed-use development are throwing open the doors to the supporters that have long awaited the opening day for Cincinnati's massive riverfront development. Developers will be giving tours and holding a happy hour party at the development's recently opened Holy Grail Tavern & Grille tomorrow evening.