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Top 9 things to do in Cincinnati (Nov. 7-10)

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Looking for something fun to do this weekend? 9 On Your Side has teamed up with CityBeat to bring you the Top 9 picks!

1. See the slams at Impact Wrestling

Not content with pay-per-view? Need to see the action in person? Then head to the Cincinnati Gardens on Thursday for all the action of Impact Wrestling.

The headline matchup features Jeff “The Charismatic Enigma” Hardy versus Chris Sabin.

The nine-year-old extravaganza is even broadcasting a transmission for Spike TV.

Get ready to make some news and enjoy some macho moves at: http://bit.ly/1a7z3iy

2. Let Greg Warren tickle your funny bone

Former Cincinnatian Greg Warren is bringing his act back to the Queen City.

Warren got his start in comedy while working for P&G.

He’ll be entertaining fans Thursday through Sunday at the Funny Bone on the Levee.

For more information, go to: http://bit.ly/1cRn4pO

3. Everything’s up in the air in Boeing, Boeing

They say that timing is everything – especially in comedy – but one man’s time management skills are put to the test “Boeing, Boeing.”

The College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) Drama team is putting on this Broadway revival about a man who is engaged to three flight attendants.

His plans go awry when Boeing unveils a faster engine that disrupts his delicate timing.

Get the details on the showtimes there: http://bit.ly/1arwfK0

4. Find your favorite vino at Jungle Jim's International Wine Festival

Oenophiles unite! It’s time to indulge in a bit of wine.

Wine lovers and international foodies alike can rejoice as Jungle Jim’s will be overflowing with wine, food and live music.

The event will feature 400 wines from more than 90 wineries from around the world.

You can drink in all the details at: http://bit.ly/HzwfkG

5. Holiday Junction steams into Union Terminal

Let the holiday season begin!

Bring the kids down Union Terminal for the beloved model train display.

You can even catch a glimpse of Duke Energy’s famous holiday trains as they roll through.

It’s all board for kick-off to Christmas at: http://bit.ly/1iMHSjG

6. Annie Sellick brings her Tennessee jazz to the Blue Wisp

Nashville native Annie Sellick is taking over the Blue Wisp for two shows.

Sellick was a latecomer to jazz before growing into a career that has taken her all over the world.

Her next album drops on Nov. 28 so head to the Blue Wisp on Saturday to get a preview.

CityBeat has the scoop at: http://bit.ly/1iMHZMf

7. Raise a glass for special seasonal beers!

The holiday season isn’t just for kids -- it’s a time beer lovers have come to anticipate as well.

The Christian Moerlein Lager House is getting into the spirit with a special festival just for those tasty winter warmers and spiced fall beers.

More than 20 seasonal beers will be on tap and you can even get specially priced tasting flights.

Before you head to the Banks, go to http://bit.ly/17b7oPT for all the details.

8. Taste of the World Banquet

After having all that beer, you might need a break for a bite to eat.

You can take your taste buds on a world tour AND help a good cause by heading across the river for the Taste of the World Banquet.

It’s brought to you by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, presents a worldly assortment of food and beverages.

The Party Source will also be opening the cellars to provide some tasty international wines and spirits.

You can find all the information at: http://bit.ly/1bYkoFN

9. Rock out for charity at The Rusty Ball

CityBeat says it's best when it asks, “What do you get when you mix the area’s best cover band -- The Rusty Griswolds -- more than 160 local charities and ’90s superstar Tiffany?”

You get this year’s Rusty Ball.

Last year the event raised more than $480,000 and organizers hope the city’s favorite party band can help them break that figure.

Get yourself amped up for the show at: http://bit.ly/1dNrSh1

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