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16 Horniest Bars in Cincinnati to Get Hot 'n Heavy With Your Crush

Is it getting hot in here, or is it just you, Cincinnati? Some local bars are teeming with sex appeal, and it’s…

By CityBeat Staff

Alice
The line for the bathroom at Alice might be a better match-maker than Tinder. While your friends are in line at the bar, you’re chatting it up with the hottie in the half-hour-long restroom line. Like you’re strangers on an airplane, you exchange names, then neighborhoods, then thirsty glances. Before you know it, you’re on the dance floor really getting to know each other...
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The Fascinating History Behind the Home Beautiful Expo Houses Built Inside Music Hall

Before there was Homearama, there was the Home Beautiful Exposition at Music Hall in Over-the-Rhine. From 1925 to 1936, the expo was…

By Katherine Barrier

Home Beautiful Exposition 1932 model home then and now.
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8 Things To Do in Cincinnati This Weekend (Jan. 27-29)

The weekend is almost back again and Friday at the Redmoor, so are the ’90s. While digging through your wardrobe to find…

By CityBeat Staff

Cincinnati Museum Center offering free admission Friday in honor of the Bengals 
All day, Jan. 27
“A game like that deserves free admission," the Cincinnati Museum Center posted on social media in honor of the Bengals win over the Bills.  Explore exhibits at the Cincinnati Museum Center and The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center free of admission Friday. Jan. 27. 1301 Western Ave., Queensgate. cincymuseum.org.
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25 Cute Date Ideas in Greater Cincinnati You Can Do for $30

A great date in Cincinnati doesn't have to cost a lot. As long as you put time and thought into your date…

By CityBeat Staff

Have a Picnic at Washington Park Before Exploring the Brewing Heritage Trail
Free
Washington Park, with its large greenspace and view of the beautiful Music Hall, offers a great setting to relax and enjoy some pre-packed snacks with your date. And when the weather is nice, the park’s bar, The Porch, opens for business so you can enjoy an after-lunch drink from their variety of beer, wine, seltzer and liquor. And if you want to explore more, hop on the streetcar and head toward Findlay Market where you can start your journey on the city’s Brewing Heritage Trail, which celebrates the city's storied past as a beer-producing capital with a series of guided tours and a free walking trail. The trail stretches about three-fourths of a mile between Findlay Market and Grant Park. You can start at either end; just follow embedded medallions in the sidewalk to discover historic buildings, brewing sites, public art and more. Washington Park: 1230 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine; Brewing Heritage Trail: 1801 Race St. to 73 E. McMillan Ave., Over-the-Rhine.
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