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Cincinnati Magazine
Cincinnati Magazine

441 Vine St
Cincinnati, OH 45202   Directions

(513) 421-4300


Traditions Continue At Sugar n’ Spice’s New OTR Location
07/07/2020 11:01am

The Cincinnati classic now has a second home with the diners new location in Over-the-Rhine, within the renovated former Joes Diner on Sycamore Street.The post Traditions Continue At Sugar n Spices New OTR Location appeared first on Cincinnati Magazine.

Beauty Boutique Essentiel Opens in Oakley
07/07/2020 10:10am

Walnut Hills High School alumna Stephanie Bamontes new Oakley boutique, Essentiel, offers clean beauty products for effortless style.The post Beauty Boutique Essentiel Opens in Oakley appeared first on Cincinnati Magazine.

The 1974 Tornado That Destroyed Xenia and Prompted Changes to Weather Reporting
07/07/2020 9:36am

The 1974 super outbreak of tornadoes forced updates to weather technology, storm warning systems, and federal disaster recovery.The post The 1974 Tornado That Destroyed Xenia and Prompted Changes to Weather Reporting appeared first on Cincinnati Magazine.

The Last Days of Cincinnati’s Notorious Noodle Factory Saloon
07/07/2020 9:04am

The infamous Noodle Factory saloon brought in a clientele interested in one of two pastimes: fisticuffs or watching fisticuffs.The post The Last Days of Cincinnatis Notorious Noodle Factory Saloon appeared first on Cincinnati Magazine.

This Kennedy Heights Mini-Castle Has a Sweet History
07/06/2020 10:27am

Forget the massive manor. This adorable 1929-built four-bedroom, three-bath mini castle in Kennedy Heights is a sweet dream.The post This Kennedy Heights Mini-Castle Has a Sweet History appeared first on Cincinnati Magazine.

Fox 19 WXIX
Fox 19 WXIX

635 W 7th St
Cincinnati, OH 45203   Directions

(513) 421-1919


The Catholic Telegraph
The Catholic Telegraph

100 E 8th St
Cincinnati, OH 45202   Directions

(513) 421-3131


Catholic bishops join 1,000 faith leaders to oppose federal executions
07/07/2020 11:54am

CNA Staff, Jul 7, 2020 / 10:10 am MT CNA.- Several U.S. bishops, along with clergy and religious brothers and sisters from around the country, have signed a statement opposing federal executions that are scheduled to resume this month. Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, Bishop William Medley of Owensboro, Kentucky,

Catholic parish rallies for young girl hit by truck
07/07/2020 11:49am

by Anna Wilgenbusch Minneapolis, Minn., Jul 6, 2020 / 03:01 pm MT CNA.- Last week, 8 year old Rosie Sajevic was riding her bike a couple blocks from her house in Hibbing, Minnesota, when a FedEx truck hit her, severely damaging her legs. I was riding my bike and I

Spokane bishop responds to Catholic Charities racism video
07/07/2020 11:45am

CNA Staff, Jul 6, 2020 / 04:58 pm MT CNA.- Both the Bishop of Spokane and the leader of a Washington state Catholic Charities organization have spoken out about a controversial video in which the charity leader said that he, his organization, and the Catholic Church are racist, and that

St Xavier High School students helping the community during pandemic
07/07/2020 8:30am

Working at a grocery store, St. Xavier High School senior, Alex Van Pee 21 has noticed that grocery prices are rising, Even the people who didnt need help before are starting to need help from pantries and shelters. It really can happen to anybody. Thursday, June 12th, cars began lining

Live Mass: Tuesday, July 7, St. Peter in Chains Cathedral, 7:00 a.m. EDT
07/06/2020 2:10pm

Pope Francis Wednesday General Audience Pope Francis Angelus

The Cincinnati Enquirer
The Cincinnati Enquirer

312 Elm St
Cincinnati, OH 45202   Directions

(513) 721-2700


COVID-19: Here's how Cincinnati's mask mandate will be enforced
07/07/2020 8:43pm

It wont be armed enforcers trolling the streets for the unmasked.

Today in History, July 8, 1947: New Mexico newspaper reports a 'flying saucer' recovered at Roswell
07/07/2020 8:43pm

On July 8, 1947, the Roswell Daily Record quoted officials at Roswell Army Air Field saying they had recovered a flying saucer, then said it was a weather balloon.

Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich says Trump 'having a meltdown,' says GOP needs to step up
07/07/2020 8:40pm

Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich said on CNN on Monday that President Donald Trump is having a meltdown over poor polling.

Police: Middletown man in woman-in-a-barrel case cut off her fingers and tattoos
07/07/2020 6:32pm

A man arrested after Middletown police said they found a dead woman in a barrel on his property is set to appear in court Wednesday.

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1720 Gilbert Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45202   Directions

(513) 721-7717



1906 Highland Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45219   Directions

(513) 763-5500



1700 Young St
Cincinnati, OH 45202   Directions

(513) 412-5000


Exhausted cities face yet another challenge: a surge in violence
07/08/2020 2:56am

The spike defies easy explanation, experts say, pointing to the stressful mix of issues facing America in 2020.

Cincinnati lawyers call for dismissal of charges against Black Lives Matter protesters
07/07/2020 11:00pm

A group of lawyers and other activists across Greater Cincinnati are calling for the dismissal of charges in cases for more than 500 protesters who were arrested and charged during the Black Lives Matter protests.

Mary Kay Letourneau dies after battle with cancer
07/07/2020 10:57pm

Mary Kay Letourneau, the teacher who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting her sixth-grade student, whom she later married, has died.

Sultry Heat And Storms
07/07/2020 10:46pm

Typical summer weather expected through the end of the week.

'I am not the mask police': Butler County Sheriff says he won't enforce mandatory masks
07/07/2020 10:25pm

Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones said Tuesday afternoon that his office will not enforce any sort of face mask mandate.

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