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One Hundred Years Ago, The New Year Began With . . . A Fox...

While several hundred Milford residents joined the hunt, the remainder of Cincinnati’s residents were apparently nursing hangovers.

Oral History: Dan Reed

Dan Reed talks about why Sudsy Malone’s mattered, and still does.

Oral History: Mike Montgomery

Mike Montgomery talks about why Sudsy Malone’s mattered, and still does.

Oral History: Randy Cheek and Wesley Pence

Randy Cheek and Wesley Pence talk about why Sudsy Malone’s mattered, and still does.

Oral History: Patrick Hennessy

Patrick Hennessy talks about why Sudsy Malone’s mattered, and still does.

Oral History: Dana Hamblen

Dana Hamblin talks about why Sudsy Malone’s mattered, and still does.

Cincinnati Relied On A Time Ball Long Before New York City’s New Year’s Drop

It just isn't New Year's Eve until we see that luminous ball drop, a tradition dating back to Cincinnati's early history.

Living in Cin: Happy Old Year!

We're celebrating Cincinnati—the 1922 version—only a century late, but just in time.

Why Does Santa Claus Live At The North Pole? Blame A Crackpot Cincinnatian

How the ”Hollow Earth" theory and Cincinnati are tied to the icy residence of a certain jolly old elf.

Dr. Know Examines Mysterious Queen City Symbols

The good doctor investigates symbols of Cincinnati, from the Bengals' new stripes to the numbers on our iconic bridges.

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