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Swimmer John Muenzer Finds Victory on the Open Waves

Just two months shy of his 61st birthday, the Loveland man swam 20.5 miles of rough Pacific current to become the oldest person to complete an open water swimming grand slam.

Celebrate National Chili Dog Day with Free Coneys and More

Celebrate this dog-gone tasty holiday with specials on cheese coneys, a swag giveaway, a chili-themed party, or at your favorite neighborhood parlor. 

Nick Tobler’s Eel Pit Earns TikTok’s Eel of Approval

This Northern Kentucky native became a TikTok and Instagram star almost overnight, thanks to his aquatic friends.

Our Cincinnati Weekend Picks: July 14-17

This weekend is packed with great food and great music.

Thunder-Sky, Inc. In Northside Will Close Its Doors At the End of 2020

The eclectic folk-art gallery, named for iconic artist Raymond Thunder-Sky (a.k.a. the Construction Clown), in Northside has started its curtain call.

Parlor on Seventh Wants to Be the ‘Cheers’ of Covington

The new gastropub serves Southern- and German-influenced bites next door to Braxton Brewing in the former Alto Pizza Kitchen.

Metropole’s Limited-Time Menu Benefits Child Hunger Charity

Proceeds from Executive Chef David Kelsey’s four-day prix fixe menu will benefit nonprofit No Kid Hungry.

Dodecalis Luminarium Dazzles at Blink

This immersive experience, crafted by Architects of Air, is BLINK’s premiere event.

Inaugural Kentucky’s Edge Bourbon Festival Is Like ‘SXSW for Bourbon’

Held in Newport and Covington, Oct. 4 & 5, the event will feature live music, an artisan market, food vendors, and a conference, in what its cofounder calls a “SXSW for bourbon.”

Comfort Station Opens its Downstairs Speakeasy-Style Lounge

The Walnut Hills drinkery features juxtaposed dual themes in its upstairs and downstairs bars.