November 24, 2020

42 Things We're Grateful for in Cincinnati This Thanksgiving Season

’Tis the season to be thankful, and despite a rather challenging year, there is plenty to be grateful for in the Queen City. Here’s a look back at a few of the highlights from the year that brought some positivity into our worlds.

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Libby’s Southern Comfort gave away toilet paper with carryout orders during the TP shortage
Photo: Facebook.com/LibbysSouthernComfort
A generous guest at Hyde Park’s Oriental Wok tipped $1,000 during the beginning of the pandemic
Photo: Facebook.com/OrientalWok
Gov. Beshear says the Brent Spence Bridge should reopen by Dec. 23
Photo: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Cincinnati Metropolitan Sewer District saved Snowball the guinea pig from a sewer
Photo: Twitter.com/CincinnatiMSD
45 missing children and 109 human trafficking survivors were rescued in Ohio's Operation Autumn Hope
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost // Photo: Official Photo
The Cincinnati streetcar is now free to ride — permanently
Photo: Nick Swartsell
Local musicians teamed up to perform a cover of “Lean on Me” for Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Photo: YouTube screengrab
Dave Chappelle threw a series of intimate, celebrity-packed comedy pop-ups in Yellow Springs, and we got a ticket
Photo: Jac Kern
SPCA Cincinnati saved 23 South Korean dogs from the dog meat trade
Photo: Facebook/SPCACincinnati
Busken Bakery’s toilet paper-shaped ‘Quarantine Cakes’
Photo: Provided by Busken Bakery