600 Washington Ave. Newport
Springdale Police are looking for Latehia Rice for Identity Theft, Forgery, Auto Theft and Obstructing Official Business. Detectives say that she used another person’s identity to rent a vehicle and never returned the vehicle to the rental company. The crime was discovered and officers were able to locate the vehicle but Latehia Rice fled on foot and managed to get away. Latehia Rice is a black female, 31 years old, 5’7” tall and 160 lbs. She was last known to live on Tanbark Ct in Springfield Township but that location is now vacant. Officers believe she may be in the area of Colerain and North Bend. In addition to the warrants we already talked about, she has 4 felony probation violations for passing bad checks, forgery, theft and 2 counts of identity theft
Week of October 25, 2013
What’s happening Downtown and Over-the Rhine
National Collegiate Boxing Association Opening Invitational – October 26
For the first time ever the Cincinnati Athletic Club will present tThe National Collegiate Boxing Association's 2013-14 Season Opening National Invitational. Miami University is the host school for the showcase of 14 National Collegiate Boxing Association teams, including Xavier University, University of Cincinnati, The Ohio State University, University of West Virginia, University of North Carolina, and more. It is sure to be an evening of quality pugilism.
Cincinnati Athletic Club, 111 Shillito Place, 513.241.0096
Saturday October 26, 2013
Doors Open at 5:30 PM • Bouts Begin at 7:00 PM
Beer, Wine and Cocktails available
Delicious eats from Jeff Thomas Catering
Cincinnati Ballet presents Swan Lake - October 25 to 27
The tragically evocative love story of mistaken identity and retribution, Swan Lake, will be performed by the Cincinnati Ballet along with BalletMet Columbus. The soaring, provocative score, composed by the legendary Tchaikovsky, is brought to life at the Aronoff Center for the Arts by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Carmon DeLeone.
Cincinnati Ballet is pleased to offer Meet the Artists, a pre-performance discussion series where you will have the opportunity to meet choreographers, dancers and members of the creative team. For admission to Meet the Artists, present your ticket at 7:00 PM on October 25.
Aronoff Center for the Arts, 650 Walnut Street. Performances are: October 25 and 26 at 8:00 PM and October 26 and 27 at 2:00 PM.
Downtown Cincinnati Inc. invites public to participate in online Downtown Perceptions Survey – ends November 11
Downtown Cincinnati Inc. invites the public to participate in the online Downtown Perceptions Survey. Share opinions and feedback about downtown by visitingwww.downtowncincinnati.com and clicking the link next to the red survey box on the homepage.
A direct link to the survey is also available at
An independent research firm, LaVerdad Marketing & Media, is conducting the study on behalf of DCI. The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and will be available online through November 11, 2013. Results from the survey will be available in December and will be used by DCI to track perceptions about safety, cleanliness, parking, hospitality and other factors.
Bow Tie Cause Cocktail Party at Mercantile Library
October 30, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Check out the new Mercantile Library bow tie, created in conjunction with Bow Tie Cause on October 30. The evening will culminate in a bow tie tying competition. The prize is a free ticket to next year’s Niehoff Lecture. The Mercantile Library tie is emblazoned with the names of notable speakers brought to the city by the Mercantile during its rich 178-year history as the literary center of the region.
Bow Tie Cause was founded by former Cincinnati Bengal Dhani Jones after a close friend was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, in order to help raise awareness of the disease. Since then, Bow Tie Cause has worked with over 50 non-profits to create distinctive bow ties, which are sold for $57 – Jones’s NFL jersey number – to benefit the organization.
Ties will be available for purchase at the event. Mercantile Library, 414 Walnut Street
Reservations are requested – 513.621.0717
Cabaret at Playhouse in the Park
Now to November 16
What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play. The excitement of big, Broadway musicals returns to the Playhouse with the Tony and Oscar-winning masterpiece, Cabaret. Take your seat at the decadent Kit Kat Club as performer Sally Bowles and novelist Clifford Bradshaw enter into a stormy romance against the backdrop of rising Nazi influence in pre-war Berlin. Cabaret features an irresistible combination of show-stopping choreography and unforgettable songs. Willkommen!
Playhouse in the Park is located at 962 Mt. Adams Circle. 513.421.3888
Halloween Costume Contest on Fountain Square – October 31
11:30 to 1:00 PM
Fountain Square’s seventh annual costume contest is back. Come to the Square dressed in your funniest, scariest or most creative costume at noon on Thursday, October 31. Bring a friend and dress as a couple or bring the whole office and dress as a team!
· Best Individual Costume Category (18 & Up): one-night stay at the 21c Museum Hotel
· Best Team Costume Category: catered lunch from Chipotle Mexican Grill for you and up to fifteen coworkers.
· Best Youth Costume Category (17 & Under): $100 Gift Card to King Arthur’s Court Toys
Halloween ComicFest at Main Library
October 26, 2:00 to 4:00 PM
Stop by the atrium at the Main Library between the witching hours of 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM on
Saturday, October 26 for Halloween ComicFest. Members of the “skeleton staff” will hand
out free comic or spooky books. The Halloween ComicFest also features snacks, drinks,
graphic novel displays, and a scavenger hunt with prizes. All ages are welcome. Costumes are encouraged (but not necessary).
Main Library is located at 800 Vine Street. Call 513.369.6900.
Music in the Museum Concert Series – October 28
Cincinnati Museum Center
The E.M. Skinner Symphonic Organ has been called one of the finest in the world. Hearing it in the lush, reverberant acoustics of the Cincinnati Museum Center rotunda is an experience unlike any other. Isabelle Demers with the Xavier University Concert Choir performs on October 28 at 7:30 PM. The Cincinnati Museum Center is located at 1301 Western Avenue. 513.287.7000