Sayler Park Victorian Home For Sale Combines Craftsmanship of the Past With Modern Features

Built in 1885, 82 Topinabee Road in Sayler Park combines the craftsmanship of the past with a spectacular renovation of today. The…

By Katherine Barrier

82 Topinabee Road, Sayler Park
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11 Things To Do in Cincinnati This Weekend (Nov. 11-13)

This weekend boasts several ways to get into the holiday spirit, including sprawling markets chock full of artisanal gifts, ice skating and…

By Sean M. Peters

Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market at Duke Energy Convention Center
11 a.m.-7 p.m. Nov. 11; 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Nov. 12 and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 13
If you’re feeling a bit “bah, humbug” this year, that’s understandable. But, according to the bazillion Lifetime Christmas movies that have been made, maybe you just need to find the holiday spirit inside yourself by diving into the season with yuletide fanaticism the second Halloween is over – so, don you now that stupid sweater and go shopping at the Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market at Duke Energy Convention Center. There you can find artisanal gifts of all kinds and even a chance to win cash prizes. Santa will be there, so, if you haven’t been too naughty this year, stop by.11 a.m.-7 p.m. Nov. 11; 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Nov. 12 and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 13. Duke Energy Convention Center, 525 Elm St., Downtown.
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'There Go My Rights': Twitter Reacts to Ohio, Kentucky 2022 Midterm Election Results

Midterm elections in the United States are vital to shaping the city, region, state and country, but they typically don’t involve tons…

By CityBeat Staff

DRAFT: election reax
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This Anderson Township Home Can be Your Own Live-In Vacation Retreat

If your home is your sanctuary and you’re looking for a zen place where you can be surrounded by nature in a…

By Katherine Barrier

680 Nordyke Rd., Anderson Township
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All the $9 Pizzas You Can Buy During Cincinnati Pizza Week

Cincinnati Pizza Week is back from Nov. 7 to Nov. 13, and all week long you can enjoy special pizzas from participating…

By Katherine Barrier

Strong’s Brick Oven Pizzeria
336 Monmouth St., Newport
1990 N. Bend Rd., Hebron
1 E. High St., Lawrenceburg
8794 Reading Rd., Reading
10336 US-42, Union
Pizza Alla Vodka: A 10-inch pizza with Strong’s famous vodka cream sauce, mozzarella, seasoned mushrooms, spinach and prosciutto.
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21 Spots to Grab a Drink on the West Side of Cincinnati

Whether you're a lifelong West Sider or an East Sider looking to "stamp your passport" and explore new parts of Cincinnati and…

By Katherine Barrier

West Side Brewing
3044 Harrison Ave., Westwood
The aptly named West Side Brewing was the West Side’s first brewery. Since opening its doors in 2017, the brewery has offered a spot for the community to grab a drink, catch up with old friends (or make some new ones) and spend time with family of all ages. West Side offers a wide selection of its craft beers and cider that are rotated out seasonally, including some experimental IPAs. And with a packed event calendar and visiting food trucks, you can spend your whole day here!
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This House For Sale in Mount Adams Has Been Featured in Architectural Digest

A library, multiple levels of outdoor space, a mini lap pool and sweeping views of the city: 1247 Ida Street in Mount…

By Katherine Barrier

1247 Ida St., Mount Adams
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Zombified Cincinnati Bands Perform Halloween Covers Gig at Northside Tavern

Your favorite bands were back from the dead at Northside Tavern for “Eat Your Heart Out,” a two-night Halloween concert featuring cover…

By CityBeat Staff

Cincinnati bands and fans gather for the final evening of the "Eat Your Heart Out" covers concert at Northside Tavern on Oct. 29, 2022.
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Photos: Somerset's Halloween Party Took Us All Back to the '90s

Somerset in Over-the-Rhine threw it back to the '90s with its annual Halloween party on Oct. 30. Siobhan and her five-piece band…

By Katherine Barrier

Somerset's '90s-Themed Halloween Party
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Photos: Rosie's Italian in Downtown Cincinnati Debuts Makeover and New Menu

In September, Crown Restaurant Group reopened one of its downtown eateries after the former Rosie's Cocktails & Pies  temporarily closed. After a…

By Katherine Barrier

Rosie's Italian
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Northside Estate Once Belonging to Jergens Co-Owner is on the Market for $1.1 Million

Back in the day, the corner of Hamilton and Bruce avenues in Northside was known as Millionaires’ Corner. The homes on that…

By Katherine Barrier

Jergens Estate: 4354 Hamilton Ave., Northside
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Cincinnati Bengals Players Play Games With Fans at Dave & Buster's on Day Off

The Cincinnati Bengals have been on a winning streak on the field – and also at the arcade. Bengals Mike Hilton, Eli Apple,…

By Allison Babka

Fans and members of the Cincinnati Bengals gather at Dave & Buster's in Springdale on Oct. 24, 2022.
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This 1892 Fort Thomas Home Once Owned by a Former Civil War Colonel is For Sale

Featuring a charming covered porch, original woodwork, beautiful arched windows, custom period fixtures and soaring ceilings, the home at 1 Greene Street…

By Katherine Barrier

1 Greene St Fort Thomas
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16 Things To Do in Cincinnati This Weekend (Oct. 28-30)

From haunted houses and Halloween pub crawls to dog costume contests and glowing pumpkins, Cincinnati is in for a spooky weekend. 

By CityBeat Staff

Pumpkin Glow
6-9 p.m. Oct. 26-29
A short jaunt up to Caesar Ford Park in Xenia reveals an illuminated Halloween attraction. The trails of the park have been lined with black-light-reactive painted pumpkins for Pumpkin Glow. Get a black light flashlight on loan and take a stroll to see what spooky masterpieces you can uncover. There will also be food vendors and ghostly music playing. Free admission. Caesar Ford Park, 520 S. Stringtown Road, Xenia.
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Photos: All the Spooky Things We Discovered at Newfields' Harvest Nights

Each October, Newfields in Indianapolis comes alive with the spooky (but not too scary) sights and sounds of Harvest Nights. At this…

By Katherine Barrier

Newfields Harvest Nights | Oct. 22-23
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The Best Cincinnati Spots for Listening to Taylor Swift's Catalog Now That 'Midnights' Is Released

Taylor Swift fans and stans, rise up! Midnights was released Oct. 21, 2022 at, well, midnight, and it’s time to celebrate by…

By Madeline Fening

The Best Cincinnati Spots for Listening to Taylor Swift's Catalog Now That 'Midnights' Is Released
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26 Famous People Buried in Cincinnati Cemeteries

Over the years, dozens of local and national celebrities have hailed from Cincinnati – and many of them are now buried within…

By Katrina Eresman

Dr. Henry Heimlich
Spring Grove Cemetery, 4521 Spring Grove Ave., Spring Grove Village
You know his name, whether or not you know his story. This medical researcher and thoracic surgeon is credited with inventing the Heimlich Maneuver. He first explained the maneuver in 1974, and since then it’s saved an estimated 100,000 lives in the U.S. alone. If you’ve ever relied on Heimlich’s technique to reverse choking and want to pay your gratitude and respects, head to Spring Grove Cemetery. He’s buried in Section 143-B, Lot 60.
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Photos: Inside Uncle Leo's, the New Bar Located in Former BarBar OTR Space

A short-lived Over-the-Rhine bar is getting new life under new owners. Married duo and veterans of the industry, Leroy and Jamie Ansley,…

By Brian Cross

Uncle Leo's
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Photos: Ohio's Bigfoot Basecamp Weekend with 'Finding Bigfoot' Star Matt Moneymaker

According to the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO), Ohio has the fourth-highest number of credible Bigfoot sightings. That's exactly why Pleasant Hill…

By Allison Babka

A person in a Bigfoot costume and their dog, Trevor, hitch a ride on a golf cart during Bigfoot Basecamp in September 2022.
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15 Things To Do in Cincinnati This Weekend (Oct. 21-23)

From fall-themed fests and haunted houses to a Bengals tailgate and the Midwest's largest coffee festival, there's plenty of things to do…

By CityBeat Staff

USS Nightmare
7 p.m.-1 a.m. Oct. 21 and 22; 4-6 p.m. lights-on matinee Oct. 23
The USS Nightmare features some fantastic freaky characters including evil Captain Mitchell, as well as his daughter, Anna, and her demented clowns; the "lady in red;" and the ruthless galley cook. The experience delves deeper into the history of the haunted boat and explores its sadistic lore, including mysterious accidents and deaths that occurred on board, and possible crew exposure to radioactive chemicals. There are multiple ways to experience the USS Nightmare, including a lights-on event for kids and people who hate haunted houses taking place this Sunday. $23-$30 general admission; $36-$50 fast pass; $50-$70 front-of-line. 101 Riverboat Row, Newport.
See a list of 9 other haunted houses to freak yourself out in this Halloween.
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Stonelick Township Man Displays More Than 100 Vintage Halloween Blow Molds

The "crazy light guy" is at it again. Just as he does for Christmas, Jason Dunham is celebrating Halloween by lighting up…

By Allison Babka

Jason Dunham's collection of vintage and reproduction Halloween blow molds are on display in his Stonelick Township yard in October 2022.
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Here's Everything We Saw During BLINK Cincinnati 2022

From Oct. 13-16, the BLINK festival converted 30 blocks of downtown Cincinnati, Over-the-Rhine and Covington into a lineup of literally and figuratively glowing…

By Maija Zummo

BLINK Cincinnati | Oct. 13-16, 2022
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BLINK Cincinnati 2022 Gets Mixed Reviews on Social Media

The BLINK art and light festival took over 30 blocks of Downtown Cincinnati, Over-the-Rhine and Covington from Oct. 13-16. Back for its…

By CityBeat Staff

The 2022 BLINK Parade
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Fans Celebrate FC Cincinnati's First Playoff Victory with Party at TQL Stadium

FC Cincinnati will continue its quest for the MLS Cup. In the club's first-ever playoff game, the Orange and Blue defeated the…

By Allison Babka

FC Cincinnati holds its first-ever playoff watch party for fans at TQL Stadium as the team takes on the New York Red Bulls on Oct. 15, 2022. FC Cincinnati won 2-1 and advances to the Eastern Conference semi-finals.
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Photos: Everything We Saw During Cincinnati's BLINK 2022 Parade

Last night, on Oct. 13, the BLINK festival officially kicked off a weekend full of visual, auditory and kinesthetic encounters with an illuminated…

By CityBeat Staff

The 2022 BLINK Parade
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31 Halloween Costume Ideas Only Cincinnati Residents Will Understand

Cincinnati has plenty of weirdness that's begging to become the most niche Halloween costumes ever. Turn these Queen City landmarks, personalities and…

By CityBeat Staff

Glier's Goetta Tube
If goetta is good enough for its own festival, it's good enough for a Halloween costume. Bonus: you probably won't have to worry about anybody else wearing the same getup!
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Inside Architects of Air's Otherworldly Walk-Through Luminarium at BLINK Cincinnati

One of the most popular installations of BLINK festivals past has returned for 2022. The Architects of Air "TIMISIEN" luminarium will take…

By Katrina Eresman

Architects of Air "TIMISIEN" luminarium at BLINK 2022
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The 15 Worst Kroger Stores in Greater Cincinnati, According to Reddit Users

While Greater Cincinnati offers its fair share of grocery shopping options, no store is quite as trusted as Kroger. Kroger’s popularity is…

By CityBeat Staff

Newport (130 Pavilion Parkway)
 “Bad food handling (leaving trucks out too long, zero hand washing, eating while preparing food with no gloves, mice everywhere, workers who would pull the dead mice off the traps and reuse them.)” - Roesty79, current employee.
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Twitter Roasts Middletown Native J.D. Vance after Debate with Tim Ryan for Ohio's U.S. Senate Seat

Twitter is reacting to the acrimonious Oct. 10 debate between Ohio’s U.S. Senate candidates Republican J.D. Vance and Democrat Tim Ryan. During…

By Madeline Fening

Twitter Roasts Middletown Native J.D. Vance after Debate with Tim Ryan for Ohio's U.S. Senate Seat
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