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  1. WARSAW ARTS FESTIVAL IN PRICE HILLWed, 23 Jul 2014 14:07:18 EST
    The Inaugural Warsaw Arts Festival will take place Saturday, July 26 from 1-5, at three locations on Warsaw Avenue in Price Hill. Sponsored by neighborhood redevelopment organization Price Hill Will, the festival is an expansion of the annual MYCincinnati end of summer camp concert. The Warsaw Arts Festival is free to attend. Activities scheduled throughout the afternoon include chalk drawing, instrument petting zoo, a MYCincinnati Concert, live music and a performance by a Wind Ensemble from the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. More...
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  2. LIBRARY ADDS DOWNLOADABLE MAGAZINE SERVICEThu, 17 Jul 2014 14:14:26 EST
    Magazine lovers now have access to thousands of free magazines available to download 24 hours a day, seven days a week as part of a new service offered by the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. The Library recently added the digital magazine service called Flipster, which allows customers to access magazines using their e-readers, computers, tablets or mobile devices. More...
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  3. KROGER AND COCA COLA HONOR THE MILITARYThu, 17 Jul 2014 14:06:55 EST
    The brave men and women of the U.S. military go to bat each and every day to serve and protect our nation. To honor their service, Kroger and Coca-Cola have teamed up with the USO to treat 550 military personnel to a Cincinnati Reds game at Great American Ballpark.The USO will distribute vouchers via lottery, compliments of Coca-Cola and Kroger, to members of the military and veterans. On July 29, recipients will enjoy a day at the ballpark along with a free hot dog and an ice-cold Coca-Cola. More...
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  4. ATLA SALE RAISES $36,000 FOR MOUNT WASHINGTON AND ANDERSON BRANCHESThu, 17 Jul 2014 14:01:02 EST
    Crowds of readers descended upon Nagel Middle School June 27-29 to find books, media, games, puzzles and literary gems during the annual Anderson Township Library Associations summer used book sale. Overall, the ATLA raised $36,000 at the sale.Among the treasures was a German Bible dating to the 1840s, purchased by Jeanine Dooley of Greenhills. Other sale-goers were the lucky winners of the daily raffles. More...
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Round The Square
  1. TRIVIA NIGHT ON THE SQUAREMon, 07 Jul 2014 11:38:17 EST
    C'mon downtown this evening, July 7, for Trivia Night on The Square. From 7-9 compete against your friends for an evening of fast-paced trivia. Bring your own snacks or enjoy full bar and food service from the Urban Grill Food Truck. More...
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  2. CAI INSURANCE FISH TOSSThu, 08 May 2014 11:34:18 EST
    In Seattle fish tossing at Pike Place Market is a top tourist draw. In Cincinnati, its another wacky contest that brings people out to Fountain SquareThis years event will be held on Friday, May 9th from Noon to 1:00pm. More...
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  3. CELEBRATE ST. PATRICK'S DAY ON FOUNTAIN SQUAREWed, 12 Mar 2014 10:44:26 EST
    Celebrate St. Patricks Day with not one, but two FREE parties on Fountain Square! Festivities begin Saturday, March 15, running throughout the day from 10:00am to 10:00pm. Enjoy live music from Celtic rock bands, fun merchandise and, of course, Guinness on tap. Concessions open at 10:00am. In addition to our regular soft drink and draft beer selection, Fountain Square's special beverage lineup will feature Guinness, Smithwicks, Harp and Great Lakes Conway Irish Cream Ale. Revelers can also expect food from Cheeky Meat Pies, cornhole and live music from well-known bands like 9 Castle Close, Roger Drowdy & the Firestarters, Highland Reign and more. See below for the full Saturday performance schedule. More...
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  1. CET CELEBRATES 60 YEARSThu, 17 Jul 2014 14:09:37 EST
    In 1954, Marilyn Monroe married Joe DiMaggio, Dwight D. Eisenhower was president, and America was introduced to the TV dinner. In Cincinnati, the switch was thrown and WCET began live broadcast as the countrys first licensed educational television station with the show Tel-A-Story. More...
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  2. SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM Thu, 03 Jul 2014 11:25:46 EST
    It's hard for children to keep their brains humming when their tummies are empty. In order to fill the nutritional gap of free and reduced-cost lunches provided during the school year, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is partnering with Cincinnati Public Schools and Window Arts Enrichment to provide free lunches during the summer. In addition to providing nutritious lunches to all children age 18 and younger, special programs and literacy-based activities are planned around the lunch serving time to keep kids reading skills sharp all summer long. Lunches are available Monday through Friday, June 9 through Aug. 8, (except Friday, July 4) at these locations: More...
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  3. 2014 HONORARY BAT GIRLThu, 08 May 2014 14:24:44 EST
    Major League Baseball has announced the 31 winners of the 2014 Honorary Bat Girl Contest that recognizes baseball fans who have been affected by breast cancer and demonstrate a commitment to eradicating the disease. The winners for the Cincinnati Reds are Mike Shroder and Patty Stump of Mason, who will be recognized during on-field pregame ceremonies Sunday, May 11 (Reds vs. Colorado Rockies, 1:10 p.m.) at Great American Ball Park. They will receive complimentary game tickets for their family, commemorative Reds jerseys and pink wrist bands. More...
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  4. LIBRARY OFFERS E-BOOK TITLES IN SPANISHFri, 02 May 2014 08:40:24 EST
    Happy Cinco de Mayo! The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is pleased to announce that Overdrive, a provider of e-books for Library card holders, now offers titles in Spanish. Card holders can simply go to the page cincinnatilibrary.lib.overdrive.com/ to create an Overdrive account. More...
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Local News
  1. Man accused of using dead kids' IDs to file false tax returnsFri, 25 Jul 2014 03:37:50 GMT
    A federal grand jury has indicted Christopher Smith, 28, of Cincinnati, alleging that he used the names and identifying information of dead children to file false income tax returns and claim tax refunds. More...
  2. Man, 91, suffering from dementia found safeFri, 25 Jul 2014 03:28:21 GMT
    Investigators in Brown County have found a missing man. More...
  3. Man wearing Captain America shirt saves drowning boy from poolFri, 25 Jul 2014 03:21:43 GMT
    A man says it was divine intervention that helped him save a boy from drowning. More...
  4. Judge lets Julie Hautzenroeder end sexual battery sentence earlyFri, 25 Jul 2014 02:47:47 GMT
    A former Colerain High School teacher has been allowed to leave prison early. More...