Everyone We Saw at the 12th-Annual Cincinnati SantaCon

The annual hibernal holiday pub crawl (or horror show, depending on whether or not you appreciate 10,000 drunk Santas on the streets)…

By CityBeat Staff

Everyone We Saw at the 12th-Annual Cincinnati SantaCon
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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…

By CityBeat Staff

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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