Everyone We Saw at Cincinnati's Margarita Madness on the Purple People Bridge

CityBeat's eighth-annual Margarita Madness returned to the Purple People Bridge on Friday, Aug. 27, bringing boozy sips, bites and views to the…

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Everyone We Saw at Cincinnati's Margarita Madness on the Purple People Bridge
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Inside Krohn Conservatory's Vibrant 'Butterflies of Bali' Show

Butterflies of Bali is now open at Cincinnati's Krohn Conservatory. The exhibit features 120,000 fluttering butterflies and is inspired by Bali's vibrant forests,…

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Inside Krohn Conservatory's Vibrant 'Butterflies of Bali' Show
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All the Greater Cincinnati Summer Food Festivals and Events You Should Taste This Summer

Looking to branch out of your food and beverage bubble? Here's a list of various food festivals happening this summer in the…

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Glier's Goettafest
    This year's Glier's Goettafest will be spread over two weekends and two cities: Newport and Covington. Riverboats will be taking goetta fans from "Goettafest East" to "Goettafest West" throughout the celebration. Events include goetta-themed games, live entertainment, a goetta history booth, goetta toss and a crap-ton of goetta food. Inventive creations range from hand-dipped footlong goetta corn dogs and grilled goetta donuts to goetta mac and cheese and goetta brownies. 
     5-11 p.m. July 29 and 30; noon-11 p.m. July 31; noon-9 p.m. Aug. 1; 5-11 p.m. Aug. 5 and 6; noon-11 p.m. Aug. 7; noon-9 p.m. Aug. 8. Free admission. Festival Park, Newport on the Levee and Covington Plaza, Covington Riverfront.
    Photo: Holden Mathis
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All the Photos From Cincinnati's 43rd-Annual Concours d’Elegance & Hangar Party

Cincinnati's 43rd-annual Concours d'Elegance took over Ault Park on June 13, themed this year as "An Exhibition of Motorsports Excellence." The nationally…

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Ferrari 250LM and Fort GT40
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Sneak Peek of What You Can Try During June's Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week

CityBeat's Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week is once again bringing a local dining experience to the Tri-State. While Virtual Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week took place…

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Goose & Elder
    6 oz. Peppercorn-crusted Ohio Wagyu sirloin steak with watercress, krinkle cut fries, béarnaise
    Photo: Provided by Goose & Elder
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Everyone We Saw at the 13th-Annual Cincy Winter Beerfest

The 13th-annual Cincy Winter Beerfest is back at the Duke Energy Convention Center on March 6 and 7. Beerfest is one of the…

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Everyone We Saw at the 13th-Annual Cincy Winter Beerfest
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All The Horny Folks We Saw at Cincinnati's 28th-Annual Bockfest Parade

Cincinnati's Bockfest is back for its 28th year, and the beer-fueled, goat-filled weekend kicked off with a parade through downtown and Over-the-Rhine. Here’s…

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All The Horny Folks We Saw at Cincinnati's 28th-Annual Bockfest Parade
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Photos of Nearly Naked People from the 2020 Cupid’s Undie Run in Cincinnati

Cupid's Undie Run returned to Cincinnati on Feb. 15 and 100 percent of the net proceeds from the race went to NF…

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Photos of Nearly Naked People from the 2020 Cupid’s Undie Run in Cincinnati
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All the Adoptable Pets We Saw at Cincinnati's Annual My Furry Valentine Event

My Furry Valentine, the area’s largest pet adoption event, returned to the Sharonville Convention Center Saturday, Feb. 15 and Sunday, Feb. 16.…

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All the Adoptable Pets We Saw at Cincinnati's Annual My Furry Valentine Event
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All the Acrobats, Aerial Artists and Dance Troupes We Saw at Rhinegeist's MOVE Event

Rhinegeist's annual MOVE event — first held in 2018 — took over the brewery on Jan. 31, featuring aerial acrobats from the…

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Cincinnati Cirucs Peformance
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Everything We Saw at Cincinnati's 60th-Annual Cavalcade of Customs

The Cavalcade of Customs has been showcasing custom cars, hotrods, motorcycles and trucks for auto enthusiasts in Greater Cincinnati (both casual and…

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Everything We Saw at Cincinnati's 60th-Annual Cavalcade of Customs
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25 Cincinnati Winter Date Ideas That Are Actually Cute

It's cuffing season, y'all. While it may be tempting to stay cuddled up on the couch with your significant other all season…

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Head to the Slopes at Perfect North
    Indiana may not be the most conventional place to ski, but Perfect North is pretty rad. Warning: This suggestion is most definitely an all-day endeavor, so maybe don’t go here on a first date in case it goes south. About a 30-minute drive outside of Cincinnati, you can take to the slopes via skiing, snowboarding or snow tubing. Warm up afterward at The Lodge with hot cocoa or coffee. Food options mostly consist of various sandwiches, burgers and other classic fare — from pizza to chicken tenders to soup.  $50 8-hour lift ticket; group rates and rental equipment available. 19074 Perfect Pl Ln, Lawrenceburg, IN, perfectnorth.com 
    Photo via Facebook/PerfectNorth
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Everything We Saw at Wyoming Meat Market's Wagyu Beef Butchering and Tasting Event

Want to see how an old school butcher slices up a side of beef? The Wyoming Meat Market recently demonstrated how to…

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Full house, full bellies
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All The Festive Good Boys We Saw at the Reindog Parade in Mount Adams

The 30th-annual Reindog Parade flooded the streets of Mount Adams with holiday cheer on Dec. 14. The festive procession featured dressed-up dogs…

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Moses and Mayzie, both Bernese Mountain Dogs, pulled carts carrying gifts in the parade.
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The Most Festive Things To Do in Cincinnati This Holiday Season

The holidays are among us and the Queen City has plenty to do to get in the spirit. From ice skating and…

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Zapf's Christmas Display in North College Hill
    Every Christmas, a slice of suburban North College Hill becomes awash in a glorious twinkling, festive glow. Zapf’s Christmas Display has been lighting up the neighborhood since 1970, originally created by Bill "Santa Z" Zapf. After Bill died in 2008, his son — who has the same name — kept the tradition alive. Roll up to 2032 Galbraith Road and you’ll be greeted by an an array of illuminated figures: reindeer, cheery snowmen, suited-up Santas and candy canes. Twinkling lights pepper trees and line the house’s borders; even an iteration of A Christmas Story’s infamous leg lamp glows in a window. 2032 Galbraith Road, North College Hill
    Photo via Facebook.com/ZapfsChristmasDisplay
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24 Black-Owned Eateries To Try During Cincinnati Black Restaurant Week

Cincinnati Black Restaurant Week returns for its second-annual event, celebrating 24 black-owned and -operated restaurants and offering dining specials across the city.…

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Just Q'in
    975 E. McMillan St., Walnut Hills
    Just Q’in is “committed to the mission of Faith, Love and BBQ,” and offers their smoked brisket, ribs, chicken and more coupled with classic barbecue sides. 
    Photo:  Lindsay McCarty
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