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Category : October 2019

0October 2019

A Giant Leap for Mankind

“Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission,” an exhibition that showcases the daring and teamwork behind the first moon landing, takes center stage at the Cincinnati Museum Center Corinne Minard Everyone knows the story of the first moon landing. We know that Ohio’s own Neil Armstrong made the first step, that he made that now-famous quote [...]

0October 2019

5 Places to Enjoy the Fall Weather

Kevin Michell 1. Ohio Renaissance Festival – Waynesville This medieval-themed September and October event is celebrating its 30th year! Spend time browsing the period-appropriate wares of artisans, check out stage shows like full-armor jousts on horseback and enjoy some mead, turkey legs and other delicious food and drink. Runs through October 27. 2. Blooms & [...]

0October 2019

A City Lit Up Anew

Blink returns for its second iteration Oct. 10-13 with another celebratory weekend of art, light and communityKevin Michell In the weeks following Oct. 15, 2017, Cincinnatians were aglow with city pride following the first-ever Blink light and art festival. Over a million people visited downtown that weekend and the buzz throughout the city continued long [...]

0October 2019

A Downtown Staple

Hathaway’s Diner still going strong after 63 yearsWill Jones Open for over 63 years, Hathaway’s Diner has been a staple for those who work in Carew Tower and throughout downtown for decades. “Hathaway’s is an iconic place, and a historic place,” says Kate Hempleman, marketing manager for Hathaway’s Diner. Originally started by Lloyd and Vera [...]

0December 2019October 2019

From Homebrew to Hard Seltzer

The true story behind Braxton Beer, the brewery’s family ties and VIVELiz Engel Stop if you’ve heard this story before. Hometown kid with a passion for beer starts homebrewing in his garage. A few years later, and he and his brother have turned that hobby into a bustling craft brewery. It sure sounds like a [...]

0December 2019October 2019

Leading a Hospitality Renaissance

The Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel offers large-scale amenities with a neighborhood feelKevin Michell As the city of Cincinnati looks to continue downtown’s growth by becoming more of a destination for conventions, hoteliers are lining up to renovate buildings in the Central Business District into trendy places to stay. But one boutique hotel—the Renaissance, a Marriott [...]

0December 2019October 2019

Protecting Digital Assets

GBQ Partners’ Doug Davidson provides insight into the importance of cybersecurity in today’s worldKevin Michell We live in an era when cybersecurity is a real and pressing concern for individuals and businesses alike. That’s why a firm like GBQ Partners—one that most might associate with accounting and finance services—has expanded its scope to include helping [...]

0December 2019October 2019

Shaking Up the Company Holiday Party

Local entertainment and venue options are helping companies bring something new to the annual holiday partyCorinne Minard The annual holiday party is a time-honored tradition of many a company. It’s an opportunity to thank your employees for all their hard work with good food, good drink and, hopefully, some good fun. The holiday party is [...]

0December 2019October 2019

Cincinnati’s Greatest Boondoggle

Our city’s biggest mistakes are in the eyes of the beholderDon Mooney The dictionary defines a “boondoggle” as a “work or activity that is wasteful or pointless, but gives the appearance of having value.” Over at COAST (the Coalition Opposed to Additional Spending and Taxes), a local anti-tax group with a hyperactive Twitter feed, there’s [...]