Zoo gets the Halloween shivers

October 8, 2018 by  

There’s always a lot going on at the Cincinnati Zoo, but during October, the place is especially busy, as the popular HallZOOween event takes place.

The zoo has [Read more]

Cincinnati police chief wants more officers

October 8, 2018 by  

Eliot Isaac, Cincinnati’s police chief, has asked for more police officers, even as the city grapples with budget problems, and has pushed back the latest class of recruits.

Chief Isaac sent a [Read more]

Cincinnati changes parking policy

October 8, 2018 by  

The Cincinnati City Council recently passed two significant changes to core neighborhood parking policies: developing parking permits for residents of OTR; and eliminating the requirement for [Read more]

Cincinnati set to be spellbound

October 8, 2018 by  

Cincinnati residents may find themselves in the Wizarding World soon, as a pop-up event with a Harry Potter theme makes its way to the city.

Wizardfest, a production of [Read more]

Superheroes (and villains) on their way to Cincinnati

September 18, 2018 by  

People will be able to cheer for their Marvel heroes and boo those they love to hate when Marvel Universe LIVE, a live-action arena show, comes to Cincinnati.

The show is a [Read more]

Ferris wheel calls in at Cincinnati

September 11, 2018 by  

SkyStar, a Ferris wheel that towers 15 stories into the sky, is now open in Cincinnati for a limited time. The wheel is portable, and has been erected in Cincinnati to celebrate the [Read more]

Nippert Stadium to get new turf

September 10, 2018 by  

FC Cincinnati will be moving into a brand new stadium in a few years, but in the meantime they will play at Nippert Stadium on the University of Cincinnati campus, and are putting in new turf for their last seasons at [Read more]

Cincinnati to find comfort in Misery

September 1, 2018 by  

‘Misery’ is on its way to Cincinnati, but despite the name, the chances are it is going to bring thrills and suspense, as the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park opens its new season with Stephen King’s thriller.

When Paul Sheldon, a [Read more]

Top Cats making a comeback

August 31, 2018 by  

A familiar live music venue is returning to Cincinnati soon, according to an article on Cincinnati.com.

Top Cats, a rock room popular between about 1990 and 2010, is reopening with a new owner, but in the same 2820 Vine Street location. Tony Engel bought the place and plans to operate under the original business model: live music. He has also bringing back the name. Most recently, the premises housed 86 Coffee Bar & Concert Venue.

Engel says there are still some minor construction issues to finish before he can open, but most of the work is straightforward. When completed, which it should be sometime this month, the space will hold 700 patrons – 350 inside, and 350 more on the patio.

Engel believes his patrons will consist of both live music fans and UC students. He says Top Cats is first and foremost a live music spot, but he intends to have college nights as well. He envisions having College Nights on Thursdays, then live music on Fridays, and at other times during the week. He adds he could start Saturdays off with a band, then switch to a DJ hosting a dance night.

Although the venue is on campus, Engel says:

“I’m not going to survive from UC’s campus alone. We need live music in there to get both groups of individuals.”

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Sugar Rush coming to Cincinnati

August 8, 2018 by  

Those Cincinnati residents who have a sweet tooth also have a reason to smile: Sugar Rush is coming soon to the Cincinnati Art Museum, so attendees can combine their taste for sugar with their love of art.

There will be [Read more]

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