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The Garage OTR Offers Epic Cincinnati Segway Tours

Updated May 24, 2019

By: Kirsten E. Silven

As the official home of Segway of Cincinnati, there are a wide variety of exciting tours offered at The Garage OTR. With ¾ time options daily and a total of several weekly routes to choose from, there is literally a tour and time to suit all explorers, ages 14 and up, regardless of experience. Whether you’re purchasing, renting, taking a tour or are simply interested in learning more about Segway products, The Garage OTR can help!

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Chart House Restaurant in NKY Serves Up Fresh Seafood and Stunning Ohio River Views

Chart House Restaurant in NKY Serves Up Fresh Seafood and Stunning Ohio River Views

Updated May 24, 2019

By: Kirsten E. Silven

If you’re craving a delicious dinner with a spectacular view, look no farther than Chart House restaurant, which lies just across the Ohio River from downtown Cincinnati in Northern Kentucky. Serving up the freshest seafood and creative craft cocktails, this local favorite also offers free valet parking, so every guest enjoy celebrity treatment from the moment of arrival! SCROLL TO BOTTOM FOR PHOTO GALLERY!

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Music Hall and Washington Park from Above

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra's New Project 'Look Around' Coming to Washington Park

Updated May 24, 2019

By: Kirsten E. Silven

When the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO) announced its impressive 2019-2020 season lineup, it became immediately apparent that the orchestra’s 125th year will be a very special one! Featuring a diverse array of musical offerings and guest artists that is nothing if not extraordinary, the introduction of late-summer outdoor extravaganza “Look Around” in Washington Park promises to be one of the season’s main highlights.

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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Posted May 20, 2019

The Cincinnati Symphony was established in 1896 and is the sixth oldest symphony orchestra in the United States. At that time, Haydn and Beethoven were still living and Cincinnati was only a small village surrounding Fort Washington. The Cincinnati Orchestra gave its first concert in December of 1872 and the nucleus of that group eventually went on to become the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra that we know and love today.

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Relax and Unwind at the Best Spas Near Cincinnati

Relax and Unwind at the Best Spas Near Cincinnati

Updated May 9, 2019

Everyone needs a break from the hectic pace of daily life and Cincinnati offers some of the most luxurious, trend setting spas and salons to be found in any U.S. metropolitan area. Cincinnati’s top spas and salons offer the most current and highest quality services available and are always ready to cater to your every possible need The best spas and salons in Cincinnati regularly service a wide variety of celebrity types, including professional athletes and high-level executives, so rest assured that you’ll be treated and pampered like a star as well!

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Best Restaurants, Shops & Entertainment in Historic Mt. Adams, Cincinnati

Best Restaurants, Shops & Entertainment in Historic Mt. Adams, Cincinnati

Updated Apr 29, 2019

Mt. Adams is one of Cincinnati’s favorite and most charming neighborhoods. The neighborhood’s distinctively narrow and winding streets combine with spectacular views of downtown Cincinnati, the Ohio River and Northern Kentucky to create a breathtaking and memorable visit every time for locals and visitors alike.

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Cincinnati Music Hall

Cincinnati Music Hall

Updated Apr 15, 2019

Cincinnati is well known for its historic architecture and its support of the fine arts. One of the city’s best examples of this featuring a combination of both is Cincinnati Music Hall. The Music Hall, located just north of downtown in Over The Rhine is one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks and is home to the Cincinnati Symphony and Pops Orchestras as well as the Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati Ballet and the annual May Festival, which is the longest-running choral festival in the Western hemisphere.

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Civil Rights Quilt Exhibit Coming to Freedom Center in Cincinnati

Civil Rights Quilt Exhibit Coming to Freedom Center in Cincinnati

Updated Apr 3, 2019

You’ve never seen quilts like this before…The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center will host a new months-long Civil Rights exhibit April 6-July 12. Titled “We Who Believe in Freedom,” the exhibit features a variety of remarkable quilts that depict detailed imagery of the African American experience. Curated by Cincinnati artist, historian, lecturer and author Carolyn Mazloomi, the new exhibit will be on display in the museum’s Skirball Gallery.

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The Key at BB Riverboats in Cincinnati is Having Fun!

Updated Mar 9, 2019

For an authentic Cincinnati experience that comes with an opportunity to really get to know the city’s personality and history, BB Riverboats is the answer! BB Riverboats’ cruises provide a tangible understanding of the city’s long riverboat history and how the city’s success is tied to the Ohio River while having maximum fun!

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Prost! Cincinnati Offers Authentic German Traditions at Hofbrauhaus Newport

Updated Mar 9, 2019

You’ve probably already heard that Cincinnati has a rich and longstanding beer-brewing history... One of the strongest in the nation, as a matter of fact. 

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