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This podcast is about you: The Cincinnatian. Let The Enquirer's Jason Williams and Sharon Coolidge make the complicated local issues affecting your daily life easy to understand. And have more than a little fun in the process. On the ballot or in the streets, we are here to help you out. Because that's SO Cincinnati.
 
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The Flying Pig is back, albeit it with a smaller field of racers and later in the year than usual. But it will still be the same community-driven event that it was before the coronavirus pandemic forced Cincinnati races to be virtual last year, said Iris Simpson Bush, executive director at Flying Pig Marathon, Inc, which runs the marathon and sever…
 
American soccer veteran Geoff Cameron is always outspoken about something. A few years ago, it was about his support of Donald Trump. Nowadays, though, it's more about how much he loves Cincinnati and the city's soccer fans. Cameron, in his first season with FC Cincinnati, spent time on his off day to chat with The Enquirer's "That's So Cincinnati"…
 
After throwing years of popular LGBTQ-friendly tea dances, Richard Cooke embarked on opening a bar in Over-the-Rhine, which he envisioned as a place to "dance in a safe and welcoming place." The pandemic hit as the Procter & Gamble alum readied to open the bar. But there was only one thing to do, Cooke said: Stay the course. e19 Lounge Bar & Discot…
 
No one knows the history of University of Cincinnati football better than Jim Kelly, a member of the school's athletics hall of fame and long-time radio analyst. Whether as a player, broadcaster, son of a former assistant coach and athletic department administrator or fan, Kelly has attended nearly 500 Bearcats football games in his lifetime. None …
 
Findlay Market CEO Joe Hansbauer highlights the improvements made to the market over the last 20 years on The Enquirer's "That's So Cincinnati" podcast this week. The market house was re-done and is bustling. The nearly 18 storefronts along Elder Street, are nearly full. There is Findlay Kitchen, a non-profit food business incubator, where 60 busin…
 
In this episode, Kelsey Conway and Charlie Goldsmith break down the cuts made to get to 53 and potential practice squad players. Lastly, Jason Hoffman gives NFL future picks for the Bengals this season.Von Cincinnati Enquirer
 
Britney Ruby Miller wasn't just handed the keys to her father's steakhouse empire in spring 2020. She earned it – and her experience of having worked her way up from server to CEO of Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment immediately paid off as Ruby Miller tackled head on the challenges of the pandemic had on the restaurant industry. Ruby Miller was not…
 
3CDC's Steve Leeper says the next major Downtown development priority needs to be the area around the Duke Energy Convention Center. The aging convention center is surrounded mostly by blighted properties and surface parking lots. The old Millennium Hotel is in the process of being demolished, but there's no plan for a new convention center hotel. …
 
Two years ago when Hamilton County Commissioner Stephanie Dumas voted against putting $1.3 million in earnest money toward purchasing the Millennium Hotel for redevelopment purposes, the Democrat faced criticism for standing in the way of progress. The deal got done anyway in a 2-1 vote. Today, as the hotel comes down with no plan to replace it wit…
 
Cincinnati restauranteur and bar owner Bob Deck, a managing partner at Four Entertainment Group, joined The Enquirer's That's So Cincinnati podcast this week to chat about: Jeff Ruby's impact on Deck's career 4EG's role in the revitalization of Downtown and Over-the-Rhine The struggles of being a bar and restaurant owner during a pandemic Expansion…
 
Bengals punter Kevin Huber has been an All-American and an All-Pro in his football career. Big awards, no doubt, but they’re not his most unique accomplishment. Huber is the rare athlete who’s been able to play every level of football in his hometown. Huber talks about his journey from McNicholas High School star to University of Cincinnati All-Ame…
 
Fifty West Brewing founder Bobby Slattery talks about growing his company into Greater Cincinnati's family friendly brewery; expansion into Southeast Ohio and West Virginia; and whether the region is oversaturated with breweries.Von That's So Cincinnati
 
Legendary college basketball coach Bob Huggins is introspective in a wide-ranging, in-depth interview with "That's So Cincinnati" podcast. Ahead of his return to Cincinnati on June 14 to raise money for cancer research, the West Virginia University basketball coach discussed: His late mother's legacy and the effort to honor through the Norma Mae Hu…
 
The folks who select the Pro Football Hall of Fame classes will be calling Anthony Munoz soon. And the Bengals' only member in the Hall of Fame will tell them the same thing he always does. "I always pivot when I'm talking to senior selectors, and I say, 'Let's talk about Ken Anderson,' " Munoz said. "I dominate the conversation because I'm one of …
 
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