There's an underutilized transit center beneath the streets of downtown Cincinnati, so why not use it for the city's first underground music festival? That question is actually happening this weekend.Full Story >
There's an underutilized transit center beneath the streets of downtown Cincinnati, so why not use it for the city's first underground music festival? That question is actually happening this weekend. Full Story >
This week started with snow flurries.
It looks like the week will end with temperatures in the 60s. Classic.
So while you're busy choosing between a winter coat or shorts, check out the fun happening around town this weekend:
There's an underground hip-hop and electronic music festival in downtown Cincinnati this weekend. Ubahn Fest is literally under the ground in the Regional Transit Center beneath Second Street. A-TRAK and Mike Posner are headlining. Purchase tickets here: http://ubahnfest.com/
In Cincinnati, there are two simple questions:
1) East Side or West Side?
2) Where did you go to high school?
That stuff matters here. That's what makes the #2Moeller-#7 Elder round-two match up awesome. Kickoff is 7 p.m. at Nippert Stadium (And let me just say, GCL fans take high school tailgating to new levels).
Between Silicon Valley and Silicon Alley, you'll find Cincinnati, Ohio: Home to ten companies on the Fortune 500 list with a bunch of tech startups scattered about. It's Startup Weekend Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Covington. If you've ever wondered what it takes to be an entrepreneur, or perhaps, you'd like to pitch a startup idea and get some feedback, this is you. Registration is required. Read the full schedule of events here: http://cincinnati.startupweekend.org/events/startup-weekend-cincinnati-1113/
The quickest way to turn that smile into a frown is by shopping at Kenwood Towne Centre during the holidays. Avoid the long lines and hours of circling the parking lot by checking out City Flea Small Mall this Sunday at 21c Museum Hotel. Plus it's all local vendors, which means your gifts will be the best under the tree!
Another way to get into the holiday spirit is the Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market this weekend at the Duke Energy Convention Center. There are aisles of gourmet food, home décor, clothing and other gifts. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $8 for adults, but you can get $3 off by purchasing at Kroger. Kids 13 and under are free!