Cincinnati's underground scene is coming together this weekend for a first of its kind event in Ubahn Music Festival , featuring A-list acts in one of the most unique venues in the city -- the transit tunnel underneath Second Street.
The much-anticipated Ei8ht Ball Brewing is set to open its doors to the general public on Nov. 23 and 9beer's partner BrewProf has an inside look at the finished product and the brewery's first two beers.
We wanted to see what happens to the humor and characters when you strip away accents and Americanize the text performed in a British play.
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Looking for something fun to do this Halloween weekend? 9 On Your Side has teamed up with CityBeat to bring you the Top 9 picks!
How many ghosts have they seen and how much fake blood do they use at the Dent Schoolhouse?
If your taste in movies tends towards heroes in capes and giant explosions, Cincinnati has a race just for you.
Cincinnati’s ninth annual Bosom Ball for Breast Cancer, hosted by radio station Q102, will kick off Thursday night and feature famous music artists from across the country.
Washington Park has quickly become the scene for artists, movers, shakers and makers since its 2012 rebirth. The park is a constant staple for everything artistic, from the City Flea to outdoor music festivals. This weekend is no different.
The Gaden Samdrupling Monastery and Cultural Center is a community center for Buddhist study, practice and culture -- a tiny corner of Tibet on the West Side of Cincinnati.
The Heritage Village Museum, Cincinnati’s premier 19th-century living history village goes from historical to haunted for six nights of fright and fun.
John Steinbeck’s literary classic of enduring friendship in the face of unendurable hardship in Depression-era America is the next offering at the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company.
Nashville natives Those Darlins are set to bring their indie pop rock to the Northside Tavern.
Take a break from Oktoberfest brews with something a bit more grapey at the Northern Kentucky Wine Festival.
Comedian Marina Franklin is making a triumphant return to Cincinnati to headline her own show at the Go Bananas club.
Organizers want to showcase the redevelopment of the neighborhood, while offering families an array of food and entertainment.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? 9 On Your Side has teamed up with CityBeat to bring you the top nine picks!
The Ensemble Theatre today: Where an armed security guard is now a concierge.
Prepare to be delightfully scandalized Cincinnati as the SuicideGirls bring their Blackheart Burlesque Tour to Oakley's 20th Century Theater.
Come visit the Cintas center for an afternoon of delectable desserts, dynamic demonstrations and chocolate -- lots and lots of chocolate -- for the fourth annual Cincinnati Chocolate Festival.
Cincinnati is a beer-drinking city. At one point in our city’s history, the average Cincinnatian consumed two-and-a-half times more beer than other citizens in the country. All that beer history is now on display at the Betts House.
Started in 1970, the Ohio Sauerkraut Festival served 528 pounds of sauerkraut to about 1,500 visitors on its first go-round.
Folksy, rootsy, internationally acclaimed singer/songwriter Daniel Martin Moore is doing a handful of shows in his beloved Kentucky this weekend, including a stop at Molly Malone’s Saturday.
Head down to the 2700 block of Vine Street to celebrate the rebirth and renewal of one of Cincinnati’s most historic neighborhood centers: Short Vine.