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Man caught on camera attacking person in car in Greendale

GREENDALE, Ind. (WKRC) - Police in Indiana are asking for help tracking down a motorcyclist involved in an assault Sunday. Lawrenceburg police sent a this video. The video shows a motorcyclist stop at the intersection of US 50 and Hollywood Boulevard and attack the driver of a black BMW. This...
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'It's so lovely to be here': The Who remembers 1979 tragedy, while rocking Cincinnati show

Pete Townshend might be the quickest-witted and least-filtered quote machine in rock, but he admitted to being somewhat at a loss for words at this moment. On Sunday, Townshend’s band The Who took the stage in Cincinnati for the first time since Dec. 3, 1979, when 11 people were killed before the rock group’s show at Riverfront Coliseum. ...

Thomas More University graduates 340 students, honors students, faculty, confers honorary doctorate

In a break from the walk-through in-person ceremonies Thomas More University held during the height of the pandemic, 2022 marked the first traditional ceremony since 2019. The University honored their newest alumni with a day of commencement fun, as more than 340 students gathered in the Connor Convocation Center with family and friends in attendance to celebrate their hard work.

Volume 8, Episode 7 – 16 Lots, The Southern Outpost And Evolution

16 Lots is fresh off not only their first big barrel-aged bottle release but also the massive announcement that they are going to be opening up a second location in Newport Kentucky, right at the Levy. It sounds like a great time to sit down for another episode of the Brewcast, right?

Pompilios Italian Restaurant saves Giminetti Baking Co. from closing after 37 years in business

CINCINNATI — Owners of Pompilios Italian Restaurant have stepped up to save a Cincinnati bakery after the wholesale bakery announced its closure after 37 years in business. One week ago, owners of Bread Bar at Giminetti Baking Company posted on Facebook saying it was their last day in business on Gilbert Avenue. They said they've sold their building on Gilbert Avenue to a known charter/trade school in the community.

One of Cincinnati's largest restaurant groups opens downtown cafe

CINCINNATI (Cincinnati Business Courier) – One of Cincinnati's largest restaurant groups has opened its 14th venue, a downtown cafe in a $67 million apartment project. Ignite Entertainment, owner of venues like Pampas Argentinian Gatropub and Che Empanadas y Mas, is hosting the grand opening of Shires' Cafe at the City Club Apartments downtown on May 14.

Top 4 Most Popular Jamaican Restaurants in Sunnyvale, California

This list is based on prior customer reviews. There's almost always a long wait here, so be sure to make a reservation beforehand. Because they're known to run out of food quickly, you'll want to arrive there earlier rather than later and try not to go too hungry. If you're planning on going right after your tour, we highly suggest that you eat light since there are many delicious things on their menu! They also offer free parking for anyone who drives there!
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Pompilio’s owner saves Giminetti Baking Company from closing

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - The Giminetti Baking Company has new life after being bought by a longtime customer who owns Pompilio’s in Newport. It was a sad day for many when the Giminetti Baking Company owner announced the business would close in April. The bakery has been a fixture in Walnut Hills for many years.

Top 5 Most Popular Restaurants in Palmdale, California

This list is based on prior customer reviews. If you love Thai food and you're craving some delicious Pad Thai or Chicken Satay, look no further than Jasmine Thai Restaurant. The family-run restaurant offers authentic Thai cuisine for a reasonable price. The best part about the restaurant is that you can see how your meal is prepared right in front of you.

Pinocchio sculpture reinstalled outside of Cincinnati Art Museum

CINCINNATI — He's back! After a short spring break, the iconic, 12-feet tall bronze Pinocchio sculpture has returned to the Cincinnati Art Museum. The sculpture, called 'Pinocchio (Emotional),' was temporarily removed from the museum on April 14 for a short spring break but is now back in its original spot. The statue will welcome guests for Art in Bloom, which features artistic floral interpretations of fine art. Art in Bloom runs from Friday through Sunday.