The SocialPoint app is now available for Free in the Google Play store. With the app you can fully interact with your Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn newsfeeds, post to any or all of them at one time, even search all of the feeds with just one touch. SocialPoint also integrates and manages the Text Message feeds for all AT&T customers. The SocialPoint app is now available for Free in the Google Play store.
On Wednesday, April 29th, The Madeleine Gordon Gift of Life Foundation and Saks Fifth Avenue teamed up to create "Carnivale," a circus-like event under the "tents" inside Saks with zoo animals, aerialists suspended from ceilings, cirque de soliel like contortionists, "Carmen Miranda" beautiful women rolling up and down escalators, martini bars and foods donated by eleven downtown chefs and restaurants, table arrangements of exotic flowers and fruits and feathers created and donated by eight of most venerated designers and florists in town.
The first week in May, all of us who have to cross the Brent Spence Bridge every day to get to and from work, will be given a chance to give our opinion on the latest proposal for the replacement of the bridge.
On Tax Day, April 15, current and former Mayors joined together to discuss the state of the Cincinnati economy and ways in which to deal with the current economic crisis. Over two hundred people were in attendance as Mayor Mark Mallory welcomed former Mayors Gene Ruehlmann, Bobbie Sterne, Jerry Springer, David Mann, Tom Brush, Arn Bortz, Dwight Tillary and Roxanne Qualls. Institute Founder, Mike Ford. Former Mayor Ken Blackwell appeared on pre-recorded video tape, unable to join in the live interchange with the public and University students.
Theres a lot going on around town this weekend. Although The Fountain on Fountain Square is functioning today. The official opening is Saturday, April 4. Its supposed to be beautiful on Saturday. Come down and catch some Spring fever.
Mayor Mark Mallory gave his annual State of the City Address last night and along with the regular topics, he made the controversial $185 million streetcar project a centerpiece of his speech. The Mayor feels strongly that streetcars must be a part of Cincinnatis future and we will make it happen.
If you think dinosaur shows are just for kids, you might want to
reconsider that notion. Promoters of Walking with Dinosaurs: The Live
Experience, are convinced that their show will be fascinating to
Robin Moore was among dozens who stood together in the West End last week pleading for an end to the violence here.Not
that it was ever in question, but it took just hours to remind what an
uphill battle she and the other concerned residents face.
Electronic Art, an interactive agency specializing in custom kiosk
software, kiosk hardware and integrated websites, recently installed
interactive kiosks and custom-designed software at the National
Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati.
City Council agrees a 391 percent interest rate on so-called payday loans is too much. It voted to support passage of Issue 5, which upholds a law putting tight restrictions on that industrys short-term lending.