at center ice prior to a game in December 1994 in a game against the Long Beach Ice Dogs. Per MLB rules, the one game wild card playoff was held the next day, October 4, at Cincinnati's Cinergy Field. Al Leiter shut down the Reds with a two-hit shutout in a 5–0 Mets victory, sending New York to its first playoff berth since 1988. (As the wild card team, the Mets would be scheduled to play the division winner with the best record. However, since that team came from their own
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States DATE OF DEATH While the song "Sympathy" received some significant radio play, the only official single the band released in the United States was "The One You Want", for which they filmed their fourth music video. The video was recorded in Cincinnati, Ohio over the course of a weekend. They also released Wouldn't Believe It as a Japan-Only single. Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro
). Career The Seniors, Dobkins' backup group, included Keith Ross, Paul Powers and Harry Clifton. The Seniors first met with a common interest in singing at Nast Memorial Methodist Church in Cincinnati. The group sang together for approximately eight years. Dobkins and the Seniors were promoted by Gil Sheppard, a local Cincinnati radio (radio station) disc jockey, who noted the young singer's early high school compositions and a two-song demo (demo (music)) record. This led to a recording contract with Fraternity Recordsm who released their first record. * Filet-O-Fish – A whitefish (whitefish (fisheries term)) fillet with tartar sauce and a half slice of cheese, on a steamed bun. It was introduced in Cincinnati in 1962 when it was discovered that many Roman Catholics chose to eat at Frisch's Big Boy on Fridays and during Lent, as it offered a fish sandwich so they could go without meat. Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro
in Heaven first1 Andrew last1 Keegan first2 Jack last2 Canfield first3 Mark Victor last3 Hansen first4 Kimberly last4 Kirberger publisher HCI Teens year 1998 isbn 1558746161 page The participants can be selected by various methods, such as spinning a bottle, or drawing lots. Limits are established either before the game or by the two participants once alone. Baroque Biology 2007 Cincinnati's Contemporary Arts Center featured works by Rockman and Tony
Matelli in the 2007 exhibition, "Baroque Biology". In ''Romantic Attachments'', Rockman portrays, in an allegorical manner, a male ''Homo georgicus'' together with a female human in a romantic encounter.
romantic-attachments title Romantic Attachments publisher Alexis Rockman accessdate 2010-10-21 The ''Homo georgicus'' dates from 1.8 million years ago, intermediate in the evolutionary timeline between ''Homo habilis'' and ''H. erectus (Homo erectus)''. ref name
was '''Mark Scarlotti''', a recurring foe of Iron Man who debuted in ''Tales of Suspense'' #97 (Jan. 1968) and whose first storyline ended in ''Iron Man'' #1 (May 1968), the first issue of Iron Man's solo title. Scarlotti was an extremely gifted technician at Stark International's Cincinnati branch, but he never received recognition for his hard work or scientific acumen. Jealous of the global renown for Tony Stark's brilliance and the celebrity it granted him, Scarlotti decided to become a costumed supervillain. Adopting the moniker '''Whiplash''', he constructed a metallic, electrified whip capable of rending apart even the strongest of metals. As Whiplash, Scarlotti worked for the Maggia (Maggia (comics)) before becoming an underworld enforcer for shady industrialist Justin Hammer. A splinter of the Revolutionary Workers League (Revolutionary Workers League (U.S.)), the Trotskyist League was the US section of the International Trotskyist Opposition. Its strongest base was in Detroit, where it had some members active as trade unionists in the car industry. Other local groups existed in Ann Arbor and Cincinnati. Members were active in Anti-Racist Action. Ronald Howes died at the age of 83 on Tuesday. Howes was best known for his invention of the Easy-Bake Oven (w:Easy-Bake Oven). As director of research and new product development for Cincinnati (w:Cincinnati)-based Kenner Products (w:Kenner), Howes made his famous invention in the early 1960s. The inspiration came from hearing the sentiment of a Kenner salesman returning from a trip to New York City (w:New York City). Kenner engineers concluded that the safest and most practical method of heating the Easy-Bake would be to use a light bulb. The bulb was later replaced by a heating element (w:Heating element). Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro
Musical Express location UK date November 8, 2009 accessdate May 2, 2011 On October 15, 2009, Kris Allen covered the song for the first time at a concert in Seton High School (Seton High School (Cincinnati, Ohio)) in Cincinnati, Ohio. His rendition received positive reviews.
based on education, government, insurance, banking, fashion, defense, aviation, food, clothes, logistics, steel, energy, medical research, health care, hospitality, retail, and technology. Modern Columbus has emerged as a technologically sophisticated city. It is home to the world's largest private research and development foundation, the Battelle Memorial Institute; CAS, or Chemical Abstracts Service, the world's largest clearinghouse of chemical information; NetJets, the world's
States Census Bureau title Irish-American Heritage Month (March) and St. Patrick’s Day (March 17): 2009 url http: www.census.gov Press-Release www releases archives facts_for_features_special_editions 013130.html work Facts for Features & Special Editions publisher US Census Bureau Press Releases date 2009-01-05 accessdate 1 July 2009 The most Irish American towns in the United States are Scituate, Massachusetts with 47.5
Rockies for part of the season. The hospital grounds were designed by Herman Haerlin of Cincinnati. Some of Haerlin's other landscape designs are seen in Cincinnati's Spring Grove Cemetery and the Oval on the campus of Ohio State University in Columbus (Columbus, Ohio).
enters into agreement with Argyle Television , Business Wire (via HighBeam Research), November 20, 1996. Argyle merged with Hearst Broadcasting in August of that year, creating what was then known as Hearst-Argyle Television. The company renamed itself as Hearst Television in May 2009. In 1998, after the station was purchased by Hearst-Argyle Television, the newscasts were renamed ''Eyewitness News 5'' - returning the "Eyewitness News" format the station previously used from 1974 to 1977. Ohio * Cincinnati, Robert D. Lindner Family OMNIMAX Theater, Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, Cleveland , Cleveland Clinic OMNIMAX Theater, Great Lakes Science Center, as ''Princess'' in 1863 at Freedom, Pennsylvania , the ship was purchased by the Navy from F. Martin at Cincinnati, Ohio, on 3 March 1864; and commissioned on 3 April 1864, Acting Master (Master Chief Petty Officer) Harry T. Keene in command. Most of the 11th Kentucky Cavalry was captured by Union forces (Union Army) at the Battle of Buffington Island on July 17, 1863. Approximately two hundred men, commanded by McCreary, mounted a charge and escaped their captors, but they were surrounded the next day and surrendered. McCreary was taken to Ninth Street Prison in Cincinnati, Ohio, but was later transferred to Fort Delaware and eventually to Morris Island, South Carolina, where he remained a prisoner through July and most of August 1863. In late August, he was released as part of a prisoner exchange and taken to Richmond, Virginia. He was granted a thirty-day furlough before being put in command of a battalion of Kentucky and South Carolina troops. He commanded this unit, primarily on scouting missions, until the end of the war. Johnson, p. 794 In 1871, McCreary was re-elected to the state House without opposition. In the upcoming legislative session, the major question was expected to be the Cincinnati Southern Railway (Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway)'s request for authorization to build a track connecting Cincinnati, Ohio, with either Knoxville (Knoxville, Tennessee) or Chattanooga, Tennessee, through Central Kentucky. Tapp and Klotter, p. 54 The action was opposed by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, a bitter rival of the Cincinnati line. Appeals to the General Assembly (Kentucky General Assembly) to oppose the bill on grounds that an out-of-state corporation should not be granted a charter in the state were successful in 1869 and 1870, and an attempt by the federal Congress to grant the charter was defeated by states' rights legislators there. Tapp and Klotter, pp. 55–56 Moreover, newly elected governor Preston Leslie had opposed a bill granting Cincinnati Southern's request when he was in the state Senate (Kentucky Senate) in 1869. Tapp and Klotter, p. 57 In the lead-up to the 1871 session, frustrated Central Kentuckians threatened to defect from the Democratic Party in future elections if the bill were not passed in the session. Supporters of Cincinnati Southern won a victory when McCreary, a staunch supporter of the bill to grant the line's request, was elected Speaker of the House (Speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives). After approval of a series of amendments designed to give Kentucky courts some jurisdiction in cases involving the line and the Kentucky General Assembly some measure of control over the line's activities, the bill passed the House by a vote of 59–38. The vote in the Senate resulted in a 19–19 tie; President Pro Tem (President pro tempore of the Kentucky Senate) John G. Carlisle—a native of Covington (Covington, Kentucky), through which the proposed line would pass—cast the deciding vote in favor of approving Cincinnati Southern's request. Tapp and Klotter, p. 58 With the will of the people clearly expressed through the legislature, Governor Leslie did not employ his gubernatorial veto. McCreary was again returned to the House without opposition in 1873 and was again chosen Speaker of the House during his term. *Divisional playoffs: San Diego 41, MIAMI 38 (OT) (The Epic in Miami, Kellen Winslow game) (The Epic in Miami); CINCINNATI 28, Buffalo 21 *AFC Championship: CINCINNATI 27, San Diego 7 (Freezer Bowl) (Freezer Bowl) at Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio, January 10, 1982 Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro
In the early 19th century, Cincinnati was an American boomtown in the heart of the country to rival the larger coastal cities in size and wealth, at one point being the 6th largest city in the United States by population, surpassed only by the older, established settlements of the Eastern Seaboard and New Orleans. It developed with less European immigration or influence than eastern cities in the same period; however, it received a significant number of German immigrants, who founded many of the city's cultural institutions. By the end of the 19th century, with the shift from steamboats to railroads, Cincinnati's growth had slowed considerably and the city became surpassed in population by other inland cities, Chicago and St. Louis.
Cincinnati is home to two major sports teams, the Cincinnati Reds, one of the oldest franchises in Major League Baseball, and the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League. The University of Cincinnati, founded in 1819, is one of the 50 largest in the United States.