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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Tue May 20, 2014

Food Trucks Now Popular in Town

Food trucks are becoming a more common sight in Cincinnati

  The sight of food trucks is relatively new in town, but over the last few years the number of trucks and carts serving a variety of foods, from Korean tacos to pizza to grilled cheese, along with ice cream, crepes and waffles has grown. Cincinnati is now home to more than 30 mobile food operators.

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Cincinnati Edition
7:10 am
Sun May 18, 2014

Easing the Stress of Downsizing

"Letting go" of possesions accumulated through the decades can be an overwhelming experience.

 

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Cincinnati Edition
7:10 am
Sun May 18, 2014

Ken Griffey, Sr., Big Red

Ken Griffey, Sr. talks about his life, family and career in baseball in his new book.
Credit Provided, Triumph Books

 

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Cincinnati Edition
7:00 am
Sat May 17, 2014

Food Trucks are booming in Greater Cincinnati

Food trucks during lunchtime on Fountain Square

If you've spent time downtown or at any large event around the area, you've no doubt seen the large number of food trucks that are now operating, offering a wide variety of dining options. There's even a Cincinnati Food Truck Association now.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Fri May 16, 2014

Founders and Famous Families of Cincinnati

New book by Wendy Hart Beckman tells the stories the men and women who built Cincinnati
Provided, Clerisy Press

Local award-winning freelance writer and editor Wendy Hart Beckman joins us to discuss her latest book, Founders and Famous Families Cincinnati, a Who's Who, and a When and Where, of Cincinnati's origins. John Cleves Symmes, President Benjamin Harrison, Nicholas Longworth, Founders tells their stories and more, including details about our city’s many firsts, from the first professional baseball team to the first concrete skyscraper. On Wednesday, May 28 as part of the Cincinnati Museum Center's Insights Lecture Series, Ms. Beckman will be presenting: A Glass of Wine, a Loaf of Bread and Wow!: Nicholas Longworth’s Many Contributions to Cincinnati. For more information, click here.

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