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2023 Trans Day of Visibility Cincinnati

Let’s come together as a community to celebrate the power of trans visibility! • Hear from community leaders. • Make your own TDOV pin. • Enjoy refreshments with friends old & new! This is a free event. To donate to the Trans Advocacy Council, visit transadvocacycouncil.org/donate/.

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Here's What We Saw During the Sold-Out Billy Strings Show at Andrew J Brady Music Center

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Billy Strings at the Andrew J Brady Music Center on March 16, 2023
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Zip Dip
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Zip Dip literally shines like a beacon of light through the dark — the iconic neon lightning bolt adorning the roof is unmistakable. It was added to the building in 1951 and has been guiding customers through summer heat waves to ice cream salvation ever since. Everyone loves a classic. The top-seller here is a basic small cone with a twist, but scrap the whole chocolate and vanilla idea. Zip Dip serves an orange and vanilla twist that will make you forget you ever wanted anything else. If you’re looking for more, Zip Dip has a whole heap of ice cream selections, from chipwiches to sundaes. Those who prefer to drink their ice cream should skip the shakes and opt for a malt instead.
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9 Things To Do in Cincinnati This Weekend (March 17-19)

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By Katherine Barrier

19. Walt’s Hitching Post
3300 Madison Pike, Ft. Wright
“Our dinner was absolutely perfect from start to finish. We kicked things off with a 1/2 dozen oysters, some escargot, and the bourbon burnt ends. We'd had the first two appetizers in the past - and they lived up to how much we loved them on our last visit. The bourbon burnt ends were phenomenal - crispy, smokey, and coated with Walt's famous BBQ sauce. What more could you ask for?

We decided to order one of their nightly specials - the 10 oz. Bison Steak - along with one of their classics - the Braised, Bone-In Pork. The bison was tasty and tender - but our favorite bite of the night was definitely the pork. Every morsel melted in our mouths, and when paired with their creamy orzo, it was truly show-stopping. For dessert, we ate as much as we could of their Bananas Foster, which is a huge portion, even for two people.” -Bailey D.
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