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3CDC Hopes to Revive Downtown Parks with a Fresh Lineup of Spring Events

Fountain Square and Washington Park are at the center of a new effort to drive foot traffic in downtown Cincinnati.
Cristian and Nicola Pietoso

Cristian Pietoso Takes Over Nicola’s

Restaurateur Cristian Pietoso carries on his father’s legacy in Pendleton as Nicola’s celebrates 25 years in business.

Rico Grant Launches Cultural Barbershop and Art Gallery

As an intentionally inclusive space, Gallery at Gumbo in Over-the-Rhine is a hub for community building and artist empowerment.

Ensemble Theatre Streams Plays Online, Including a New Commission

Young playwright Isaiah Reaves’s new show based on his grandmother’s experiences as a 1960s Freedom Rider will stream on ETC’s website April 19 to May 2, 2021.

Spring Has Sprung, and So Have Cincinnati’s Cherry Blossoms

These five outdoor locales in and around Cincinnati offer prime viewing for the spring cherry blossom season.

Music Hall’s Mighty Wurlitzer Is Bringing a Silent Film Concert to Your Family Room

Friends of Music Hall will stream “Girl Shy” and the accompanying original score from April 9 through April 25.

Will DORA Lead the COVID-19 Recovery Efforts at The Banks?

Patrons flocking to the opening of the 85-acre Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA) is a good sign to business owners.

Outdoor Summer Opera Returns in July

A year after cancelling its 100th anniversary season due to the pandemic, Cincinnati Opera will present a slimmed-down summer season at Summit Park in July.

Cincinnati Dinner Train Rides Again After COVID-19 Hiatus

Enjoy a four-course meal and entertainment that takes guests back to a bygone era on the Cincinnati Dinner Train.

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