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Don Heinrich Tolzmann breaks from his historical analysis mold in his latest book simply titled Over-the-Rhine: Tour Guide. The book serves as a perfect aid during a stroll through Cincinnati's oldest neighborhood. Both native Cincinnatians and visitors alike will find the book informative and useful as they attempt to learn more about the present day Over-the-Rhine.
The Emery Theatre has sat vacant for nearly 14 years, but a young duo is looking to change all of that and reopen the famed acoustical space by the summer of 2012. Already dozens of organizations are lining up to help support the effort, and so can the public starting this Friday.
The warm summer months are upon us, and so is prime farmers market season. All throughout the Cincinnati region farmers markets are popping up to satisfy cravings for locally grown produce and more. Check out UrbanCincy's comprehensive guide to dozens of markets throughout the region.
Cincinnati’s German heritage will be evident this Saturday and Sunday at the 116th German Day Weekend. The event will begin at 11am Saturday June...
This Mother’s Day, over 50 local artists will be represented at the 43rd Duveneck Memorial Art Show in Covington. The free show will take place from 12pm to 5pm, Sunday at the George Rogers Clark Park on Riverside Drive, near the foot of the Roebling Suspension Bridge.
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