As the craft beer industry quietly simmered, Beerfest cooked up a plan to connect a passionate brewing community
This year's 10th-annual event expects a crowd of 17,000 — its biggest ever — at the Duke Energy Convention Center.
By Stephen Carter-Novotni
Tags: Drinks News, Cincinnati Drinks, Cincy Beerfest, Craig Johnson, Duke Energy Convention Center, Matt King
Tags: Culture, Dan Korman, Park + Vine, Love List 2017
With Clifton Market set to open, other efforts to increase access to healthy foods also move forward
New grocery co-operative Clifton Market is slated to open in December, hoping fill the void by providing expanded offerings with an increased sense of community.
Tags: News Feature
Sharing Halloween's Roots with Children
The holiday's history runs deeper than just candy and creepy masks
Tags: News Feature, children, history, reading, Halloween, ScaryBeat
Wilmington Haunted Hollow Ride (Preview)
This haunted hayride offers new scares for 2013. Take a tour of the Slaughter Hotel, a strange underground hotel with a rumored secret floor and electrical laboratory, or the Nightmare Penitenteiary,
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