The Pendleton Street Townhomes development will include 5 new residences on Pendleton Street. The second phase will add 5 more units on Spring Street. More information available at Wright Design.
A new video for this season of City Flea markets created by Blanksmith Collective:
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Inspired by a centuries-old custom originating in German-speaking Europe, Cincideutsch will for the second consecutive year bring the Christkindlmarkt tradition to Cincinnati. This year, the holiday market expands from a single weekend to encompass three consecutive weekends (Nov 29–Dec 1 at Fountain Square and Dec 6-8, 13-15 at Findlay Market). Local vendors will staff half-timbered
Group holds town hall meeting to discuss options and next steps for finishing the Cincinnati Streetcar Who: Small group of concerned citizens, activists, and elected officials. What: A town hall meeting to discuss the repercussions of Mayor-elect John Cranley’s opposition to the Cincinnati Streetcar. Event will feature a presentation on the history of Cincinnati transit, as well as a Q&A session to promote
A glimpse of Over-the-Rhine in 1929 at the corner of Vine Street and McMicken Avenue. The photo is part of the Street Construction and Improvements collection of the University of Cincinnati Libraries’ Digital Resource Commons. Click the image to view a larger version.
Photos from last night’s Malice Ball via instagram. 700 people attended the inaugural masquerade which billed itself as “night of elegant drama filled with twisted energy”.
The Malice Ball is tomorrow at the Christian Moerlein Brewery. Learn more and buy tickets here. A night of elegant drama filled with twisted energy — a masquerade ball in Over-the-Rhine like you have never experienced! The Christian Moerlein Brewery will be transformed into a mysterious spooky hall to host the inaugural Malice Ball. Transcend
Three sure bets for Final Friday: 1. Hello Goodbye | Final Friday: Smartfish Studio and Supply and Rock Paper Scissors are putting on a party in their space at 1301 Main. “Join us for brews by Dave Schuster of Looking Glass Brewing, food by The Belle Jar, and pastries by Brown Bear Bakery!” Check out
Written by Lisa K. Bambach, Cincideutsch Beginning August 23, Cincinnati will kick off its most vibrant festival season. Every weekend through mid-October, blue and white checkered flags will be hoisted, wurst will be sizzling on the grill, taps will be flowing with malty Bavarian-style lagers, and polka music will become commonplace. Cincinnati will be transformed
35,000 vied for space in and around Washington Park to watch the most spectacular light show last weekend. LumenoCity 2013 paired a live orchestral concert with amazing visual elements. Photos by Christopher Dam of A&H Magazine:
Lumenocity 2013 promises to be a world class event at Washington Park at 8:30pm on August 3 and 4. Louis Langree, who is in his inaugural season as the Music Director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, teases the event in the video below: “This orchestra has a glorious history so I think in order to
Article written by Cincideutsch Cincinnati has always touted its strong German heritage, celebrating it in festivals throughout the year. But why wait until Oktoberfest to get your fix on delicious, German cuisine? In the past year, many new business owners have asked the same question, responding by opening new German-inspired restaurants and breweries throughout Greater
“This orchestra. This city. This is the start of something beautiful. I am Louis Langrée, and I am proud to be the next Music Director of your Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.” Watch the full commercial here.
If Over-the-Rhine holds a special place in your heart, show your pride with this special OTR-edition Be Ohio Proud sticker. Purchase stickers here.
It’s Final Friday for May in OTR; here’s your roundup: 6-10pm | Birthday Party | Park + Vine | 1202 Main St. Park + Vine turns 6 years old and will party with a Goetz Alley DJ, chalk art project, La Terza Coffee and so much more. Queen City Bike will be on bike valet all night
When you exist for 25 years as the “World’s Largest Collection of Artists Under One Roof”, you’re bound to have some good stories. We sat down with Pendleton Art Center mainstay Katherine Hurley and newcomer Jens (pronounced yenz) Rosenkrantz to talk about the Center’s uncertain beginnings, how German punks once ruled the third floor