Marty’s Hops & Vines offers beer and wine expertise, tastings and expanded menu
0 Comments · Tuesday, October 23, 2012
On a Friday evening, College Hill wine and
beer emporium Marty’s Hops & Vines is alive with spirited buzz.
It’s the wine shop’s weekly wine tasting during which a wide demographic
of customers sample six healthy pours accompanied with cubed cheese and
crackers for a mere $10.
0 Comments · Wednesday, September 5, 2012
How romantic: A wealthy Russian businessman decided to
test his fiancée-to-be’s love before popping the question by staging his
own death, saying, “I wanted her to realise how empty her life would be
without me and how life would have no meaning without me.” WORLD -2
by Andy Brownfield
Northern neighborhoods can prepare for calls, canvassers
President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign is upping its
ground game in Cincinnati, opening its fourth field office in the city on
The new College Hill office will be the source of phone
calls and canvassers to the Mount Healthy, Northside, North College Hill and
College Hill neighborhoods. The Obama campaign already has field offices in
East Walnut Hills, Cheviot and Forest Park.
Obama’s Republican rival Mitt Romney’s campaign has three
offices: in Kenwood, Westwood and Colerain. Staff contact Kelsey Romanchik said
she didn’t know if there were plans to open more.
More than 150 people braved the sweltering Cincinnati
humidity for the opening of the Obama College Hill field office. They were
greeted by a drum line outside of the office, as well as inside a mainstay of
any such campaign event — snacks.
Keynote speaker City Councilman Cecil Thomas sounded off
many of the Obama campaign’s talking points, attacking Romney’s tenure at Bain
Capital, his refusal to release further tax returns and Romney’s tax plan,
which a recent study by the Tax Policy Center says will raise taxes on the
middle class by eliminating popular tax credits.
“Why in the world would I vote for someone like that?” asked
Foods for all moods and something for (almost) everyone
0 Comments · Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Sometimes I'm in the mood for a dive with cheap burgers and bad coffee, and other times I prefer a leisurely dinner and pricey food, where the cloth napkin is ever so gently placed in my lap by a waiter or waitress. What I usually want, though, is something comfortably in-between. Enter Bacall's Cafe.