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The Best LGBTQ+ Bars in Greater Cincinnati, According to Our Readers

Every year, CityBeat publishes the Best Of Cincinnati®, wherein readers and staffers alike pick which bars are the booziest, which people are…

By Katherine Barrier

Best LGBTQ+ Bar No. 7: Old Street Saloon
13 Old St., # B, Monroe
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Cincinnati Black Music Walk of Fame Honors James Brown, More Icons

The Cincinnati Black Music Walk of Fame announced its third class of inductees at Cincinnati’s Hard Rock Cafe on May 30. New…

By Madeline Fening

Photos: Cincinnati Black Music Walk of Fame Announces 2023 Inductees
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Queen City Music Spotlight: Catch These 10 Cincinnati Concerts Featuring Local Acts in June

Record release celebrations, a label showcase, an all-ages community and sustainability festival, award-winning musicians and performers, additions to a summer tradition — if…

By Brent Stroud

Sayler Park Sustains Festival at Nelson Sayler Memorial Park
This riverside festival on the West Side features a full day of live music, including multi-time Cincinnati Entertainment Award winners for Best Folk and Americana Act, The Tillers; soulful folk from Rae Fisher; roots-inspired harmonies of The Montvales; traditional four-piece bluegrass outfit the Rabbit Hash String Band; and more. It’s billed as an event meant to teach “do-it-
yourself sustainable practices” for daily life and engage the community. In addition to sustainability workshops and music, there will be food trucks, vendors and craft beer on hand.
12-10 p.m. June 10. Free. Nelson Sayler Memorial Park, 6600 Gracely Drive, Sayler Park.
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14 Things To Do in Cincinnati This Weekend (June 2-4)

June is here and that means Pride month everywhere. NKY Pride is kicking off the month's festivities with weekend-long entertainment and celebrations.…

By Katie Griffith, Emily Keller

NKY Pride Y’all Means All
12 p.m. June 4

Northern Kentucky kicks off Pride month with weekend-long events. The main parade and party is Sunday at noon with the official afterparty following it at Hotel Covington. The NKY Pride Parade route begins near Madison Avenue and Third Street; it follows Madison Avenue to West Pike and Ninth Street and ends down Mainstrasse. PrideFest takes place from 12-5 p.m. at Goebel Park in Covington. See NKY Pride’s website for a full list of entertainment and weekend events.

June 2-4, Covington.
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