Hotel hopping and lobby gazing is a sport at Cannes. The paparazzi are not allowed in most hotels but we found most hotel security is lenient with iPhones and smaller cameras to capture the entrance and departure of celebrities. While we didn’t see any actual celebrities, it was a fun afternoon of people watching.
Bockfest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s brewing heritage and the coming of spring, is ready to “bock and roll” for its 25th annual celebration with a weekend filled with parades, parties, food, and beer from March 3-5, 2017 throughout downtown Cincinnati and the historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.
HART & CRU welcomes Peter Stolpman to Cincinnati on February 7, 6 p.m. at Rhinegeist, 1910 Elm Street in OTR, for a casual talk about the passion for the estate located in Ballard Canyon AVA of Santa Barbara County. The tasting will feature eight wines and snacks provided by Dutch’s Larder. Cost per person is $30 and registration is now available.
This week, we say “Cheers” to the Association of Chief Executives in Sport or ACES as they are known in the Sports Events Industry. This prestigious group representing USA Olympic Governing Bodies such as USA Basketball, USA Swimming, USA Track & Field, to name a few, held their winter meetings this week hosted by the Cincinnati USA Sports Commission.