Over the Rhine

Cincinnati Edition - 513-419-7100
4:00 am
Mon July 21, 2014

How Over the Rhine is working to remain an inclusive and diverse community

Over the Rhine (as seen from Mt. Adams)

 

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Washington Park
12:28 pm
Thu July 10, 2014

Celebrate Local Flavors and Sounds at Taste of OTR

The 2nd annual Taste of OTR is Saturday, July 26th in Washington Park.
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On Saturday, July 26th, Taste of OTR returns to Cincinnati's Washington Park.

The Taste of OTR highlights the cuisine, culture and music of one of Cincinnati's most colorful neighborhoods. It celebrates the cultural renaissance going on in the area while also recognizing that there is still work to be done. Taste also benefits Tender Mercies, a local organization that works to provide housing solutions for homeless adults with mental illness.

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Cincinnati Edition
1:47 pm
Sun May 25, 2014

Second Sundays on Main

The first Second Sunday on Main in June 8.
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Second Sunday on Main is an eclectic monthly neighborhood festival presented by the Over-the-Rhine Chamber of Commerce. Free and open to the public, Second Sunday begins its 9th season on June 8 and continues through October 12. Second Sunday on Main organizer Caitlin Behle gives us a preview of what’s in store this year.

Over the Rhine
1:00 am
Fri May 23, 2014

Time for the 11th Annual Cincinnati Fringe Festival

The 11th Annual Cincinnati Fringe Festival kicks off on May 27 with 160 performances of 36 unique productions at 10 different venues in Over the Rhine. Joining Jim Stump for a preview is outgoing Fringe producer Eric Vosmeier.

Boxing
6:00 am
Mon March 17, 2014

OTR Boxing Center helps kids deal with life's jabs

The OTR Boxing Center was converted from an old swimming pool at the OTR Recreation Center.
Ann Thompson WVXU

The Over the Rhine Boxing Center is a hit. The shiny new gym, part of the OTR Recreation Center, is getting kids off the streets and teaching them leadership, sportsmanship and ethics, according to the people who run it.

Last year crews converted an old leaky pool at the recreation center into what may be the largest boxing facility in the Midwest. Buddy LaRosa had a lot to do with it. He said, "Our goal is just to provide a second family atmosphere because most of these young men are not from the traditional two-parent homes."

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