19 Greater Cincinnati Hiking Trails Perfect For Social Distancing

These Greater Cincinnati trails, parks and paths are perfect for a socially distant stroll and some sweet ole' time with Mother Nature.…

By CityBeat Staff

Withrow Nature Preserve
    7075 Five Mile Road, Anderson Township
    The Trout Lily Trail in the Withrow Nature Preserve is a moderately difficult 1.7-mile nature trail through verdant green woods, bushes and grass. This trail is rarely crowded so it makes for a great peaceful walk.  
    Photo: Paige Deglow
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Y'all Forgot How to Social Distance According to These Twitter Reacts to Cincinnati Patios Reopening

May 15 was the date set in place for Ohio bars and restaurants to reopen their outdoor seating. And as most of…

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Y'all Forgot How to Social Distance According to These Twitter Reacts to Cincinnati Patios Reopening
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Cincinnati Filmmaker Biz Young Explores COVID-19 Crisis Through Photojournalism

Cincinnati filmmaker Biz Young uses her lens as a tool to tell the stories that sometimes go unseen or heard, often focusing…

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Cincinnati Filmmaker Biz Young Explores COVID-19 Crisis Through Photojournalism
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These Cincinnati Restaurants and Bars are Opening Their Patios This Weekend

As part of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's Responsible RestartOhio plan, restaurant and bars are permitted to open their outdoor dining spaces starting…

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Incline Public House
    2601 Eighth St. W., East Price Hill
    Incline Public House, located in East Price Hill's Incline District, is opening its patio at 11 a.m. on Friday, offering impeccable views of the Cincinnati skyline. No reservations are available. 
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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Important Things We've Learned During Cincinnati Quarantine (and Hope to Remember Moving Forward)

Chances are, if you are a human on the planet Earth, you’ve recently spent the last four to six weeks (or more)…

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John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge
    Between Covington and downtown Cincinnati
    Originally conceived as the Cincinnati-Covington Bridge, the Roebling Bridge officially opened to traffic, connecting the two riverfronts, on January 1, 1867. At the time, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world. For over 150 years — after much upkeep and refortification — the castle-like columns have stood tall on the Ohio River and have since become a trademark of the city’s skyline. Pedestrians are free to cross the bridge and admire the craftsmanship along the way to their destination.
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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Inside Look at Life Behind the Mask During Cincinnati's Coronavirus Pandemic

The novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 continues to sweep across the country and, as of April 30, Hamilton County had seen more…

By CityBeat Staff

Trenia Crawford, health care worker
    “I’m in health care. I just came from taking care of a female with MRDD disabilities and another female recovering from surgery. It’s been more stressful during this time, for me and for the clients. I try to make my clients as comfortable as possible during the pandemic. I try to stay busy. It keeps me balanced as well,” Crawford says. 
    “I’ve been wearing the mask for a couple weeks. It’s a very uncomfortable adjustment; it makes it hard to breathe and fogs your glasses up. I’m just trying to take it day by day, go with the ebb and flow of it. What can we do other than take the precautions that we’ve been guided to take and be as healthy and safe for ourselves as possible so we don’t take anything to our families? We’re still here and still blessed, we still have this chance to continue on in our lives. That’s what I’m choosing to do.”
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Support Cincinnati Small Businesses By Bidding on These One-of-a-Kind Experiences

Cincinnati-based property auction company Everything But The House is utilizing their online bidding system to offer a way to support locally owned…

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Private Party in Longfellow's "Other Room"
    
    A private party for you and up to 15 friends in Longfellow’s “Other Room” for 2 hours on any open date of your choosing. Fridays and Saturdays excluded. Snacks, cocktails, beer and wine included.
    Photo via ebth.com
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Carry-Out Specials to Savor at Home During Virtual Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week

CityBeat's Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week will once again bring an exclusive, local dining experience to the Tri-State — but with a twist.…

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Prime
    10 oz. prime New York strip steak
    Photo: Provided by Prime
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A Step-by-Step Guide for Making a Simple No-Sew DIY Face Mask

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently updated its prevention protocol regarding the spread of COVID-19 to recommend the public start wearing…

By CityBeat Staff

Here's your step-by-step guide for how to turn household items into a no-sew face mask to protect yourself and others:
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25 Things We Miss From Cincinnati Life Before the Coronapocalypse

It may seem like the end of times, but brighter days are on the horizon — so long as we keep our…

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Getting day-drunk in celebration of Cincinnati’s favorite holiday — Reds Opening Day.
    
    
    Photo: Paige Deglow
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