Covington

Holiday Events & Activities
12:30 am
Fri November 9, 2012

Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center

The Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center in Covington is host to a myriad of classes, performances, and special events, and with the holidays fast approaching, they have an exciting schedule coming up. Lee Hay welcomes in the center’s executive director, Ray Kingsbury, to talk about the center’s mission and what all is coming up in the next couple of months.

Covington hotel
4:13 pm
Wed October 24, 2012

Covington planning a $25 million boutique hotel

The City of Covington is preparing to officially announce a possible new development downtown.


The public relations firm handling Thursday's announcement confirms plans for a 25-million dollar boutique hotel in downtown Covington.


Channel 9 reports the hotel, pending state funding, would be located in the Covington city building. City government would move elsewhere. The structure, on the northeast corner of Madison and 7th was built in 1910 and housed the Coppin Department Store.

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In the new Cincinnati Magazine
1:30 am
Fri September 28, 2012

"An Abandoned and Malignant Heart"

Cincinnati Magazine - October 2012

Cincinnati Magazine’s Associate Managing Editor Amy Brownlee has a fascinating article in the October issue about the 2009 murder of 17 year-old Travis White in Covington, and his 14 year-old girlfriend, Emily Ball, who was found guilty for arranging the murder. Mark Perzel and the writer discuss the background of this case and what may happen in early October when Ball, who is now 18, has a state-mandated resentencing hearing.

The Carnegie presents
3:00 pm
Sun August 12, 2012

Xanadu

Xanadu, the stage musical, coming to The Carnegie in Covington

Xanadu, the wonderfully cheesy 1980’s movie musical has been adapted for the stage, and The Carnegie will present the first local production, under the direction of Alan Patrick Kenney. Jim Stump talks roller skating, muses and Gene Kelly with Carnegie Theater Director Joshua Steele.

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