This weekend promises to be filled with plenty of great things to do throughout the city. The Cincinnati USA Brew Ha-Ha will be taking place Friday and Saturday night at Sawyer Point from 5pm to midnight on Friday and 4pm to midnight Saturday night. Brew Ha-Ha is a one-of-a-kind event that brings together great comedic acts and a wide variety of beers to sample.
There will be 50 comedians including Pauley Shore, Adam Hunter and Pat Goodwin, and over 70 beers to sample and taste. One of the best parts about this event is that portion of the event’s proceeds will be donated to the Over-the-Rhine Foundation.
Tickets are $1 each
Beer sample: 1 ticket
Beer full serving: 4 tickets
Have you ever wondered why more suburbanites/exurbanites aren’t more supportive of inner-city redevelopment, and urban living as a whole? Many of these people move out to say cornfield Butler/Warren County and then get upset when a bunch of other people do the same thing and ruin their good thing.
At the same time these are the first people you will hear chime in with negativity about the Cincinnati Streetcar, The Banks, or anything else going on in the inner-city. I would expect these types of people to be the biggest advocates for urban living and inner-city reinvestment. I mean after all, the more people that stay in the core the less that ruin their good thing, right?
I guess it all boils down to this. The people who live in cities generally like being around lots of other people (to a certain degree), and those that live out in the exurbs are typically the opposite. So all of you residents of Mason, West Chester, Lebanon, etc need to start being inner-city advocates…it will help to get more people in the city with those of us who want them, and it will keep more people away from your pristine suburban lawn. People helping people.
Downtown West Chester Scares Me by Lookatme Shirts
BUSH RIGHT TO PUT OIL ABOVE POLAR BEARS
Thank God President Bush is concerned about the supply of oil for our country. The radical global warming extremists are willing to destroy the entire country and our economy for the sake of polar bears, even though the polar bear
population is much larger than it has been for years. A major portion of the cost of a gallon of gas is to satisfy environmental extremists.
Maurice W. Smith