Geodesic Dome Home for Sale in Florence Comes With Golf-Course Views

If you’re looking for an abode with character and easy access to the links, 6201 Doubletree Lane in Florence checks all the…

By Katherine Barrier

6201 Doubletree Lane, Florence
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20 Places in Greater Cincinnati to Take Yourself on a Solo Date

Whether you're single and loving it, thriving in a committed relationship or anything in between, you can still "date yourself." Just like…

By Katherine Barrier

Explore All the Flavors of Cincinnati and Findlay Market with a Streetcar Tour
If you like being single but miss having someone who could drive you around to all the best food spots in the city, this tour can help. Riverside Food Tours’ Cincinnati Streetcar Food Tour + Findlay Market takes you to six places across four different neighborhoods to taste some of the best flavors Cincinnati has to offer. You’ll then ride the streetcar all the way up to Findlay Market where you can eat cheese, chocolate and more to your heart’s desire. You’ll also get to hear stories and learn more about the history of each neighborhood. 155 E. Second St., Downtown.
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7 Things To Do in Cincinnati This Weekend (Feb. 3-5)

It's the second month of 2023 already. Wind down with a serene nature hike or turn up and forget that dry January…

By CityBeat Staff

Cincy Beerfest at Duke Energy Convention Center 
7:30 p.m. Feb. 3; Feb. 4 at 1 and 7:30 p.m.
See yah next year, dry January; you won’t be missed. February is coming in wet with winter Beerfest at the Duke Energy Convention Center. Beer shots! Don’t you just love those mini beer mugs? Throw a pinky in the air and try to identify the hops; there’s no way you can taste them all. More than 100 different beers will be available from local favorites and breweries around the nation. (Don’t forget to work in some hydration, too. You’ll thank us later). Tickets start at $50 presale and $70 day-of. Feb. 3-4. Duke Energy Convention Center, 525 Elm St., Downtown,
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Photos: Inside the Wanton Sinners B&B, an 'Elegant Kinky Escape' in North College Hill

For adults looking to explore the kinkier side of sex and intimacy, a stay at the Wanton Sinners B&B provides a safe…

By CityBeat Staff

Wanton Sinners B&B in North College Hill
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Barn-Inspired Home for Sale in Anderson Township Offers Modern Features in a Park-Like Setting

A mix of modern and nostalgic, 6859 Five Mile Road in Anderson Township offers “magazine-worthy living” and a picturesque lot that spans…

By Katherine Barrier

6859 Five Mile Road, Anderson Township
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Entire Nation Calling Cincinnati Mayor 'Jabroni' After Bengals' AFC Championship Loss

Is Cincinnati's mayor to blame for the Bengals losing the AFC championship to the Kansas City Chiefs on Jan. 29? The answer,…

By Allison Babka

Entire Nation Calling Cincinnati Mayor 'Jabroni' After Bengals' AFC Championship Loss
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These Pics Prove That Joe Burrow Is Cincinnati's Most Fashionable Thirst Trap

Just admit it – Cincinnati residents are completely horny for Joe Burrow. Besides being a genuinely nice guy who minds his manners,…

By Allison Babka

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow wears a plaid jacket and burgundy trousers before the game against the Dallas Cowboys on Sept. 18, 2022.
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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

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.
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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
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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Cincinnati Bengals Fans Are *Pissed* that Zac Taylor Was Snubbed for NFL Coach of the Year

Where's the respect? That's what Cincinnati Bengals fans were asking on Jan. 25, 2023, after the NFL and Associated Press released the…

By Allison Babka

Cincinnati Bengals Fans Are *Pissed* that Zac Taylor Was Snubbed for NFL Coach of the Year
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Everyone Is Remembering Baseball Hall of Famer Scott Rolen's Big Moments With the Cincinnati Reds

In his sixth year of eligibility, former Cincinnati Reds third baseman and eight-time Gold Glover Scott Rolen finally made it into the…

By Allison Babka

Everyone is Remembering Baseball Hall of Famer Scott Rolen's Big Moments With the Cincinnati Reds
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Photos: Inside Chimaek, a New Korean-Inspired Pub in Covington

Covington’s developing dining scene can tally up another win with the addition of Chimaek. The new pub serves succulent fried chicken wings…

By Sean M. Peters

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See Photos of Cincinnati Zoo's Hippo Fiona Throughout the Years in Honor of Her 6th Birthday

You've come a long way, baby! On Jan. 24, 2017, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden welcomed Fiona the hippo into the…

By Katherine Barrier

Fiona through the years
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All the Adorable Kitties We Saw During Purrfect Day Cat Cafe's Pajama Party

Cat lovers donned their best pawjamas on Jan. 21 for the  Adult Cat's Pajamas Party Time at Purrfect Day Cat Cafe in…

By Ashley Moor

Purrfect Day Cat Cafe's Pajama Party | Jan. 21
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Photos: Cincinnati Zoo's Animals Enjoying Their Snow Day

What started out as predictions of 1-2 inches of snow in the Greater Cincinnati area for Sunday, Jan. 22 quickly tripled in…

By Katherine Barrier

Snow day at the Cincinnati Zoo | Jan. 23, 2023
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Reactions to Cincinnati Bengals' AFC Divisional Win and That Overturned Touchdown

The Cincinnati Bengals' 27-10 win over the Buffalo Bills in the AFC divisional round on Jan. 22 had a little bit of…

By Allison Babka

Reactions to Cincinnati Bengals' AFC Divisional Win and That Overturned Touchdown
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Photos: Everything We Saw During the Bigger Than Roe Women's March in Downtown Cincinnati

On Jan. 21, demonstrators took to the streets of downtown Cincinnati to protest their right to an abortion. The event, Bigger Than…

By Ashley Moor

Bigger Than Roe: Women's March Cincinnati | Jan. 21
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These are Some of Greater Cincinnati's Most Beautiful Bars and Restaurants

Cincinnati is no doubt home to an amazing food scene. But apart from offering delicious eats and drinks on the menu, bars…

By CityBeat Staff

Wódka Bar
1200 Main St., Over-the-Rhine
from the team behind cult-favorite Babushka Pierogies, Wódka Bar carries an ambitious selection of vodkas, stocking over 50 types, including Polish and Ukrainian brands that are lesser known in the United States. It also offers a streamlined Eastern European-inspired menu of bites ranging from pierogies to a Polish sausage platter or stuffed cabbage roll. Inside the intimate space, patrons will be enveloped by deep Prussian blues and rich golds, luxe velvet upholstery and distressed plaster walls, elegant wood paneling and all the intricacies of Eastern Orthodox architecture.
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9 Things To Do in Cincinnati This Weekend (Jan. 20 - 22)

Aside from watching the Cincinnati Bengals vs. Buffalo Bills game on Sunday (which is essentially required viewing for all Cincinnatians), this weekend…

By CityBeat Staff

Bigger Than Roe: Women's March Cincinnati
1:30 p.m. Jan. 21
Women’s March Cincinnati begins Saturday at the steps of City Hall with five prominent speakers including Dr. Nicole King of Ohio Physicians for Reproductive Rights and Mayor Aftab Pureval. This year’s movement commemorates the 50th anniversary of  Roe V Wade in solidarity with the National Women’s March on Madison. The March will commence at approximately 2:10, when participants will head toward Fountain Square.  1:30 p.m. Jan. 21 Cincinnati City Hall 801 Plum Street, Downtown,
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We Asked an AI 'Artist' to Create Artworks of Cincinnati and This is What We Got

As artificial intelligence grows smarter and more intuitive, AI generators can now do things like create pieces of writing and artwork. This…

By Katherine Barrier

Welcome to the Quuenny Coiny (Cinnatniis)
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You Can Buy This Nearly 100-Year-Old Former-Bank-Turned-Home in College Hill for Just $429,000

Here’s your chance to own a piece of Cincinnati history: A nearly 100-year-old bank-turned-single-family-home is now for sale in College Hill, and…

By Katherine Barrier

6036 Hamilton Ave., College Hill
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Everything We Saw During the Chili Fest at Findlay Market

Before the big game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens on Jan. 15, vendors lined up to serve the perfect pre-game…

By Ashley Moor

Chili Fest at Findlay Market | Jan. 15, 2023
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Sitcom Suites: Friends- and Seinfeld-Themed Airbnbs Now Available to Rent in Cincinnati

No one may have told you life was gonna be this way, but these two one-of-a-kind Cincinnati apartments you can rent on…

By Katherine Barrier

"The one with the F•r•i•e•n•d•s" Sitcom Suite
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This Funky-Cool Contemporary-Style Home in Mt. Lookout is For Sale for $1.15M

With angles for days and an elevated view of the Ohio River Valley, 641 Chardonnay Ridge in Mt. Lookout is a contemporary…

By Katherine Barrier

641 Chardonnay Ridge, Mt. Lookout
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25 Fast-Food Chains We Wish Would Come to Greater Cincinnati Already

Cincinnati has no shortage of great places to eat, but at CityBeat, we believe there's no such thing as too many food…

By Katherine Barrier

Opened in Corpus Christi, Texas, in 1950 during the “golden age of drive-ins and American automobiles,” Whataburger grew from a burger stand to over 900 stores across the western and southern parts of the United States. Unfortunately, none of the 900-plus restaurants are in the Tri-State area. What are we missing out on? The classic Whataburger comes with a large beef patty on a large bun with tomato, lettuce, pickles, diced onions and mustard. You can also swap the bun for a brioche bun or Texas toast or add American or Monterey cheese, jalapeños, bacon or avocado. Sauce lovers can also ask for their spicy ketchup or famous honey butter, both of which go great with fries. Other all-time favorites include the Sweet & Spicy Bacon Burger, the Whataburger Patty Melt and a Honey BBQ Chicken Strip Sandwich. If none of those are hitting you, the menu, which varies based on location, also lists chicken strips and sandwiches, breakfast options, fries, onion rings and a selection of delicious shakes and malts – including a limited-time Dr. Pepper shake that looks divine, if only because we can’t get our hands on one.
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7 Things to Do in Cincinnati This Weekend (Jan. 13-15)

This weekend, Greater Cincinnati is serving up a perfect antidote to cabin fever with an assortment of fun events. Whether you're looking to…

By CityBeat Staff

Art on Vine at Rhinegeist Brewery
Noon-7 p.m. Jan. 15
This month’s market will be at Rhinegeist Brewery, so support local creatives and do a bit of shopping at Art on Vine. There, you can buy handmade crafts from your neighbors and, being at a brewery, there’s a pretty good chance a beer or two is in your future as well. There’s no shame in getting tipsy to support the arts. Jan. 15. Noon-7 p.m. Rhinegeist Brewery, 1910 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine.
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Project Censored's Top Underreported Stories from 2022

Since its founding in 1976, Project Censored has focused on stories — like Watergate before the 1972 election — that aren’t censored…

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor, Project Censored

Project Censored's Top Underreported Stories from 2022
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Sycamore Township Home For Sale is a Nature Lover's Paradise With a Killer Fireplace

If you’re looking for a stunning, custom-built house with character, lots of light and that’s also surrounded by nature, 10790 Deerfield Road…

By Katherine Barrier

10790 Deerfield Road, Sycamore Township
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