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The Cincinnati Park Board received a $5 million donation from the Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation today to construct the carousel at Smale Riverfront Park in time for the MLB All-Star Game in 2015.
Framester is taking Cincinnati parties by storm and taking event photography to the next level by integrating high quality photo booth style pictures with social media. After officially launching the business at the beginning of May, the creative team is looking to expand throughout the Cincinnati region.
Registration is now available for Cincinnati's first locally organized Technology, Entertainment, Design (TED) event. Organized by individuals from LPK and Procter & Gamble, TEDxCincy will offer tickets for this experience will cost $55 for individuals, $35 for students.
Comedy and beer will come together this weekend as Cincinnati Brew Ha-Ha returns to Sawyer Point. Now in its fourth year, the event will feature 50 comedians on three stages, 80 beers, live music, and plenty of food.