The Hyde Park Square Art Show celebrated its 52nd year last Sunday on Hyde Park Square at Edwards Road and Erie Avenue. The largest one-day art show in Greater Cincinnati featured more than 200 artists representing media from painting to sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, photography, multimedia and more.
A sold-out crowd of participants capped off the 2018 TQL Beer Series last Saturday by running the six-pack anniversary of the Hudy 14K/7K Brewery Run served up by the Flying Pig Marathon to benefit the Brewery District.
Cincinnati and Flying Pig Marathon celebrated Global Running Day with “The Big Run,” presented by Fleet Feet Sports. More than 600 participants took to the streets of Blue Ash to run either one, three or six miles.
Last weekend, millions of eyes were on Monaco, home of the Formula 1 Grand Prix. Since 1950, celebrities, royalty and the wealthy elite assemble for the three-day event considered the ultimate in racing.
The Flying Pig Marathon held the inaugural PIGGY awards presented by P&G last Thursday evening at the Aronoff Center for the Performing Arts to pay tribute to those who have made the race successful over the last 20 years.
City Club Apartments LLC celebrated the Grand Opening of City Club Apartments CBD Cincinnati, the luxury apartment, furnished short-term, penthouse and mixed-use community, with a ceremony hosted this evening by Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley and City Club Apartments Chairman and CEO Jonathan Holtzman.
A capacity crowd enjoyed Savor, a new event hosted by Cincinnati magazine at Pinecroft Mansion on the Crosley Estate, last evening. The five-course meal prepared jointly by Chef Danny Combs of Boca, and Sotto and Chef José Salazar of Mita’s and Salazar benefitted Cincinnati International Wine Festival and the Cincinnati Preservation Association.
As the Greater Cincinnati film industry continues to grow, we've seen this area play diverse neighborhoods for movies: 1950s New York, Compton in the 1990s, and more. In the latest Emilio Estevez movie made in Cincinnati, the Queen City plays itself.
Some 4,000 participants supported the Disabled American Veterans in their annual DAV 5K last Saturday at Sawyer Point, including Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis. The DAV 5K is a run, walk, roll and motorcycle ride that thanks those who served and raises awareness of the issues our ill and injured veterans face every day.
The Anthony Muñoz Foundation is now accepting nominations for the 2018 Offensive and Defensive Linemen of the Year Award, which rewards outstanding students who show success not only on the football field, but also in the classroom and in their community.
Congratulations to the first place winner of the go Vibrant Million Step Neighborhood Challenge: Avondale coming in with over 66 Million Steps and nearly 1,000 participants and second place was earned by Pleasant Ridge a very close runner up with 62 Million Steps. For the details and breakdown on all of the neighborhood results go to www.govibrant.org.
For the 14th year, the Cincinnati Bengals, along with United Way of Greater Cincinnati and the Marvin Lewis Community Fund set aside a day to give back to the community at the annual “Hometown Huddle” effort.
Some 600 guests attended last Saturday’s Patty Brisben Foundation Gala at Greenacres and were treated to a beautiful evening at the Copacabana with festive decorations and music. More than $240,000 was raised for the Foundation and its mission to fund educational programs supporting sexual health and well-being research projects and educational initiatives.
A sold-out crowd attended the 16th Annual Dress for Success Fashion Show last week at JACK Casino. SAKS Fifth Avenue presented fashions by Max Mara while clients of Dress for Success shared their inspirational stories.
Actor/director Emilio Estevez and rapper and songwriter Che Smith are among the stars expected to attend Film Cincinnati’s 30th Anniversary Gala, “Backlot 30,” scheduled for Saturday, September 23 in Over-the-Rhine.
Congratulations to the Santangelo Family for producing another successful Cincinnati Music Festival!
The 2017 Cincinnati Music Festival presented by P&G saw the largest attendance in its 55-year history this past weekend with headliners Mary J. Blige and Usher. The total attendance for the three-night festival was 91,200.
Last weekend, I beat the heat and enjoyed a Sunday afternoon visit to the Cincinnati Art Museum. We are a very fortunate city to have such a beautiful and extensive museum. Having worked at the CAM for five years in the late 90s, I also look forward to a visit to see “old friends hanging on the walls.” This time, I focused on Cincinnati People hanging on the walls and installed throughout the galleries. Enjoy the tour of Cincinnati People.
Eight locations are hosting Cincinnati Bengals 50th Anniversary statues to mark the golden anniversary of the NFL franchise. One statue was installed this week at Liberty Center and will remain there for 50 days.
This week, the 88th edition of Major League Baseball’s All Star Game was hosted by the Miami Marlins for the first time. Cincinnati Reds Zach Cozart and Joey Votto represented the Queen City in the All Star Game. The festivities were spread throughout the tropical city with the Fan Fest at the Miami Beach Convention Center and the Home Run Derby and Game at the Marlins Stadium about 15 minutes away.
After coming in second or third in the Flying Pig Marathon for the last six years, the seventh time proved to be the charm for Anderson High School cross country coach Kerry Lee, who finally won the women’s division of Sunday’s 19th annual Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon. The total registration for all weekend events was 37,244 participants representing all 50 states and 20 countries.
The Delta Gamma Lambda Foundation threw an exquisite Kentucky Derby Party fund-raiser on Saturday at Anderson Pavilion at Smale Riverfront Park. The Foundation is the philanthropic side of the Delta Gamma Lambda chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Last year, the Foundation awarded $19,000 in scholarships to local students.