George W. Bush

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I always enjoyed covering presidential inaugurations.

Except for the time I came within an eyelash of getting arrested at one.

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Food and good places to eat are the one constant of running for public office in Ohio. Every city and town, it seems, has a restaurant, a diner, a hamburger stand that is a candidate-magnet. I've been in dozens of them in every corner of the state. This is part one of a two-part Tales from the Trail on my memories of dining on the campaign trail. Part two will follow next Saturday.

The Maid-Rite Sandwich Shoppe, Greenville

John Kiesewetter

The seats are gone -- removed and sold. The large porcelain CINCINNATI GARDENS letters erected for the 1949 opening have been promised to the American Sign Museum in Camp Washington.

And sometime in the not too distant future the Cincinnati Gardens arena – home of Oscar Robertson's NBA Cincinnati Royals, and the minor league Swords, Cyclones, Mohawks and Mighty Ducks – will be a pile of rubble.

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During this most unusual of presidential campaign years, a number of books have been published about former presidents. 

Provided by Brent Brisben

So how did Moeller grad and former TV producer Brent Brisben end up finding $4.5 million in sunken treasure off Florida's East Coast?

"I could never in my wildest dreams thought, until 6-1/2 years ago, that I'd be a treasure hunter," says Brisben, 48, who stars in "Lost Treasure of the Fleet of 1715" on WCPO-TV Sunday (5 p.m., Channel 9).

John Kiesewetter

What are your favorite memories of the Cincinnati Gardens? We want to hear all about them.

Brian Bull / WCPN

Wednesday President Barack Obama continues a Cleveland tradition - speaking at the City Club. The 3 p.m. speech will be streamed live here.

Other sitting presidents, including Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton, have all had their turns at the podium, often at key points in their political careers.