600 Washington Ave. Newport
Phillip Cherrenfro is wanted by Hamilton Police for Kidnapping and Robbery. Police say that on October 20th, 2013, Vinson robbed a drive thru business and forced the clerk into the bathroom. Phillip Cherrenfro is 31 years old, 6’2” tall and 230 lbs. He also goes by the name Phillip Vinson and was last known to live on Seven Mile Av in Hamilton.
Saturday, December 14
Meet on Fountain Square at noon
This year, as many as 1,000 Santas are expected to participate in Santacon Cincinnati, roaming the streets of downtown in their best Santa-wear, spreading Christmas cheer in dozens of venues. Santacon Cincinnati started in 2007 with 27 Santa’s. Last year, almost 800 people dressed in Santa attire. While Cincinnati Santacon is based around a pub crawl, participants say the true appeal comes in spreading the Christmas spirit to everyone they meet. Santacon dates back to 1974 when a Danish theatre group first brought a small army of Santa Clauses onto the streets of Copenhagen. Local participants should sign up for the event at. Santas will receive text messages and Tweets throughout the day, guiding them, on foot, through Cincinnati, from location to location. At each location, the Santas will sing songs, make merry, and generally spread good cheer through the city. (Most locations are bars, so this event is not appropriate for children.) New this year is an online donation component benefitting The Cure Starts Now. Also, there is a sleigh (shuttle) that makes a loop every half hour to the North Pole (Mt. Adams) from noon until 10 p.m. Finally, there is an opportunity to take in the Reindog Parade, Holly Jolly Trolley, CityFlea, Light Up OTR, and Night Owl Market.
The Bird Haus presents DIY holiday workshops at the Main Street Merry Market
Saturday, December 14
Register in advance
INSTRUCTORS: Sarah Finney & Tiffany Tomeo
LENGTH: 1-2 Hrs
MATERIALS: yourself, some holiday cheer, and IF you have a glue gun, please feel free to bring it.
12pm-2pm Workshop #1: Holiday Linoleum Block-Printing w/ Sarah
learn how to create holiday linoleum block prints, create your own wrapping paper, labels, and holiday stationery
2:30pm-3:30pm Workshop #2: DIY Holiday Wreathe w/ Tiffany
learn how to create beautiful holiday wreathes from paper
all materials will be included but feel free to bring in old magazines, books, paper that you aren't afraid of ripping apart
*Sarah and Tiffany will also be selling their work at the pop-up merry market from 11am-4pm so feel free to stop in and out as you please and check out their amazing work.
Final Macy’s Downtown Dazzle on Fountain Square
Saturday, December 14, 6:30 pm
Forget the chimney! Santa rappels down the side of the 525 Vine Building at 6:30 pm, followed by a fireworks show. This free, family fun show lasts about 20 minutes. Come early to hear the Deer Park Show Choir and Band, and the Mount Notre Dame chorus perform at 5:45 pm before the show begins on Saturday.
That’s Entertainment is the theme on Saturday: Join Macy’s and John Morris Russell, the Cincinnati Pops conductor, as we liven up your holiday shopping with a visit from The Nutcracker and a ballerina! With special purchases, you can receive tickets to see a Broadway in Cincinnati show.*
The Cincideutsch Christkindlmarkt at Findlay Market
Findlay Market, 1801 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
FREE! Historic Findlay Market and Cincideutsch present an authentic German Christmas market with featured vendors that will include local artisans, traditional German fare, Glühwein (hot spiced wine), entertainment, and more. This family-friendly holiday event will take place the first two weekends in December at Findlay Market during market hours.
City Flea 'Wrapped Up' Holiday Market
Saturday, December 14
Washington Park, 1230 Elm Street
FREE. 'Wrap up' your holiday shopping and the 2013 City Flea event series in Washington Park under the stars. Find unique gifts for everyone on your list from over 80 local vendors and enjoy live music, hot beverages, and a bounty of holiday cheer. See the City Flea website for times and further details.
Light Up OTR
Saturday, December 14
Light Up OTR is a community-based Holiday party hosted by Agar and PB&J. Guests assemble in Washington Park at 6 p.m. to assemble over 1,000 luminaries, and then distribute them throughout OTR starting at 8 p.m. Once the candles are all lit, all guests are welcomed back for the lighting of the holiday Christmas tree in Washington Park and ensuing after-party.
December 13 and 15
Cincinnati Memorial Hall, 1225 Elm Street
Join the Cincinnati Boychoir, performers from Elementz, and visual artists from the Cincinnati Art Academy for a completely unique reflection on the holiday season: through music, poetry, dance, and visual art, talented young people from all walks of life will come together to find the spark that provides comfort and hope through the darkest time of year. As a bonus, round out your holiday shopping by browsing craft and art displays provided by students from the Cincinnati Art Academy.
Macy’s presents Yes, Virginia in Concert
Saturday, December 13 at 2 p.m.
John Morris Russell conductor
May Festival Youth Chorus
In 1897, an 8-year-old girl named Virginia O’Hanlon inspired the most famous newspaper editorial of all time by asking, “Is there a Santa Claus?” This holiday season, Macy’s presents the world premiere concert version of YES, VIRGINIA with your Cincinnati Pops—a heartwarming new musical that will enchant believers of all ages.
Happy Holidays with the Pops
Friday to Sunday, December 13 – 15
Music Hall, 1241 Elm Street
Christmas and holiday favorites are presented by the widely-beloved and jovial John Morris Russell and the Pops with the chart-topping vocalist Ann Hampton Callaway. The concert will also feature Mr. Santa Clause—come and find out!
Johnson, E. B.
Lujan Grisham (NM)
Luján, Ben Ray (NM)
Sánchez, Linda T.
Serial hacker Samy Kamkar has released all the hardware and software specifications that hobbyists need to build an aerial drone that seeks out other drones in the air, hacks them, and turns them into a conscripted army of unmanned vehicles under the attacker's control.
Dave Agema (R-MI) is a former state representative and currently one of the state's reps to the Republican National Committee.
He also just claimed that "gays only want free health care because they are dying of AIDS."
A jilted fiancée from Georgia has finally had her revenge. At the end of a relationship that lasted over 10 years, a state appeals court has ordered that Melissa Cooper be paid $50,000 towards compensation. Her ex-partner, IT employee Christopher Ned Kelley, was accused of breach of promise to marry.
House Speaker John Boehner went off on outside conservative groups Wednesday morning for pushing against the new budget deal.
"They're using our members and they're using the American people for their own goals," he said. "This is ridiculous."
Paul: This budget deal is worse than a continuing resolution because it actually increases spending by $60 billion in the first two years and we know the history of Congress is that they lie. They don’t keep their word. So after two years, no budget deal is worth the paper it’s written on, it’s only worth something in the first year or two and, mark my words, they’ll go back on this deal also after a year or two and they don’t like it. So we should increase the spending cuts.
Cavuto: I think it is an example of the type of deal — maybe I’m wrong, I don’t want to put deals in his mouth or head — that a Chris Christie would come up with where they get deal done, it might not be perfect to either side but it keeps moving the ball forward. What do you think of that?
Paul: But here’s the problem, it doesn’t. It moves it backwards. It is worse than the status quo. The status quo will spend $60 billion less than the budget deal over the next two years. They do some ledger domain and do some shell games and they want to say that there’s less addition to the deficit, but over ten years, this deal will add $7 trillion to the deficit. It does not significantly alter our course. We’re still on a course for disaster.