The rain over Pendleton | credit: Tim Jeffries

indypendenthistory: Circa 1909. “Cincinnati from Mount Adams.” Bridges over the Ohio River to Kentucky and, foreground, a section of the Mount Adams Incline Railway. 8×10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Cincinnati: 1909) Old Cincinnati

jeremykramerphoto: Woodward and Main.  View down Main from Woodward

cityandskylines: Cincinnati Winter Skyline by Magicked on Flickr. Cincinnati where the river bends!

Bockfest kicks of Friday, March 1! It’s a big, fun, authentic, affordable, raucous, community-inspired, quirky and authentically Cincinnati celebration all weekend long. Parade starts at the city’s oldest bar, Arnold’s, heads up through OTR on Main Street and ends in Bockfest Hall in the OTR Brewery District. New additions to the revelry include the Bockfest

atomic10: Working on our spring look book! (at Washington Park) Chillin’ at Washington Park

Precipitation Retaliation tonight at Milton’s Bockfest 2013 is almost here…

Elm Street #thisisotr #cincinnati #ohio

benmullins: The walk in this morning: Alleyways and double skywalks #cincinnati #downtowncincy

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