Cincinnati

What is Cincinnati known for?


good nature

-in-the-Fields in London, was abuzz with publicity, and thousands of people, drawn both by the uncommonness of the spectacle and the disarming good nature of the pair, tried to attend. Queen Victoria (Victoria of the United Kingdom) herself gave them two extra-large diamond-studded gold watches as wedding presents. The airport contains one terminal, the Lieutenant Paul Baer Terminal. Passenger service is offered to five larger airline hubs of Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas-Fort Worth (Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex), and Detroit, annually serving approximately 650,000 passengers. Fort Wayne-Allen County Economic Development Alliance - Airport Development. Retrieved on 2008-04-30. The airport has a Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro


bringing contemporary

fax hours 12:00 - 7:00 Tues-Friday, 12:00 - 5:00 Saturday price Free content The so-called "Neighborhood Gallery for the World", Manifest Gallery holds year-round international calls for exhibition, bringing contemporary art to the small neighborhood of East Walnut Hills. Check the website to see what's up at the gallery, as there is some downtime in between exhibitions. Parks thumb 250px Gazebo at Mirror Lake in Eden Park. (Image:MirrorLake-EdenPark.jpg) With more than 100 parks and green spaces covering an area of over 5,000 acres, Cincinnati has the most extensive and highest regarded park system in the nation. In addition to offering respite from the urban landscape, the parks also offer scenic views, hiking areas, floral landscapes and picnic facilities. * Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro


promoting play

as a modeling compound, the product was reworked and marketed to Cincinnati schools in the mid-1950s. Play-Doh was demonstrated at an educational convention in 1956 and prominent department stores opened retail accounts. Advertisements promoting Play-Doh on influential children's television shows in 1957 furthered the product's sales. Since its launch on the toy market in the mid-1950s, Play-Doh has generated a considerable amount of ancillary merchandise such as The Fun Factory. In 2003, the Toy Industry Association named Play-Doh to its "Century of Toys List". thumb Objects made of Play-Doh. (Image:Play dough 04799.jpg) The non-toxic, non-staining, reusable modeling compound that came to be known as "Play-Doh" was originally a pliable, putty-like substance concocted by Noah McVicker of Cincinnati-based soap manufacturer Kutol Products; it was devised at the request of Krogers Grocery (Krogers), which wanted a product that could clean coal residue from wallpaper. ''"Accidental Brands", from Under the Influence (Under the Influence (radio documentary series))'', by Terry O'Reilly (Terry O'Reilly (broadcaster)), on CBC.ca; first broadcast March 17, 2012 Following World War II, with the transition from coal-based home heating to natural gas and the resulting decrease in internal soot, and the introduction of washable vinyl-based wallpaper, the market for wallpaper cleaning putty decreased substantially. McVicker's nephew, Joseph McVicker, joined Kutol with the remit to save the company from bankruptcy; he subsequently discovered that the wallpaper cleaner was being used by nursery school children to make Christmas ornaments. In 1881, while performing at Cincinnati, Gillette was hired as playwright, director and actor for $50 per week by two of the Frohman brothers, Gustave and Daniel. The first play he wrote and produced was ''The Professor''. It debuted in the ''Madison Square Theater (Madison Square)'', lasting 151 performances, with a subsequent tour through many states (as far west as St. Louis, Missouri). That same year, he produced ''Esmeralda'', written together with Frances Hodgson Burnett. Frohman, Daniel, ''Daniel Frohman Presents An Autobiography'' (Claude Kendall & Willoughby Sharp, 1935), pg. 51; Gerzina, Gretchen, ''Frances Hodgson Burnett'' (Chatto & Windus,2004), pgs. 89, 93–95, 99; Gillette, William, ''Esmeralda'' in ''The Century'' Magazine, Vol. XXIII, New Series VOL I, November 1881 to April 1882 (The Century Co., 1882), pgs. 513–531; ''Hartford Courant'', “Amusements, ‘Esmeralda’”, November 6, 1882, pg. 3; ''New York Times'', “Mrs. Burnett's New Play”, October 30, 1881, pg. 8 - Cincinnati Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro


year television

. Many consider ''Fun House'' to be the best representation of the Stooges, as the main goal of the album was to capture the manic energy of their live performances. On June 13 of that year, television captured footage of the band at the Cincinnati Pop Festival. While performing the songs "T.V. Eye" and "1970", Pop leapt into the crowd, where he was hoisted up on people's hands, and proceeded to smear peanut butter all over his chest


covers quot

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.


highly eclectic

of women in the congregation of the Lord". Priesand wept when Gottschalk spoke with her as she was handed her ordination certificate. In 1945, he put together his own band, the Showboys, who quickly became one of the most popular outfits in the Texas Louisiana area with a mix of country music, Western swing, and Mullican's wild piano playing and singing. Although their style was highly eclectic and included country ballads, some of their music clearly foreshadowed what


basketball history

) Xavier University (Cincinnati), the Duquesne University Department of Athletics retired the jerseys of five of its all-time greatest players, including Nixon's #10 (also retired: Chuck Cooper (Chuck Cooper (basketball)), Sihugo Green, Dick Ricketts and Willie Somerset). Duquesne University Men's Basketball History: "Retired Jerseys". - Duquesne University Athletics


career low

Europe. While in Europe, Sara and her sisters Hoytie and Olga sang together at high-class assemblies. Upon returning to the United States, the Wiborgs spent most of their time in New York City and, later, East Hampton (East Hampton (village), New York), where they were one of the first wealthy families to build a home. In Leiter's first season as a Met, he reached a career high in wins going 17–6 and a career low in ERA finishing with a 2.47 ERA. In , when the Mets were tied


metal cover

location United States publisherid year 2005 Swedish humorist heavy metal band Black Ingvars covered the song for their 2000 album ''Kids Superhits''. The same year, British death metal cover band Ten Masked Men included a rendition of the song on their '' Return


physical development

Indiana: Its Physical Development and Aesthetic Heritage to 1920'' by Cornell University architectural historians, Michael and Mary Raddant Tomlan, was published by the Indiana Historical Society. Particularly notable buildings are the 1902 Pennsylvania Railroad Station designed by Daniel Burnham of Chicago and the 1893 Wayne County Court House (Wayne County Courthouse (Indiana)) designed by James W. McLaughlin of Cincinnati. Local architects of note include

Cincinnati

'''Cincinnati''' (

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.

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