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Furloughs, job eliminations and suspended print publications – the stay-at-home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic have impacted Greater Cincinnati media companies in various ways.

Here's what's happening to local radio and print outlets. I'll do the same for TV stations next week.

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Rick Pender's second edition of 100 Things to Do in Cincinnati Before You Die is a guide to exploring almost everything in the city. 

CityBeat celebrated its 25th anniversary with a special retrospective issue in November.

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The Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation, better known as 3CDC, is used to getting its own way when it comes to downtown matters.

This time, though, 3CDC may have bit off more than it can chew.

The First Amendment to the Constitution to be specific.

John Fox, former City Beat editor and Soapbox Cincinnati managing editor, has been named editor of Cincinnati Magazine.

He replaces editor-in-chief Jay Stowe, who was let go with four other staffers in a downsizing three weeks ago.

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Cincinnati's news and entertainment weekly CityBeat releases its 21st-annual Best of Cincinnati© issue today. Each year CityBeat readers and staff pick what they consider to be the best of the Tri-state, the people places and things that add to the vitality and character of our region, in hundreds of different categories.

25 Years Of Covington's Metropolitan Club

Aug 2, 2016
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Known for its panoramic view of downtown Cincinnati, the Metropolitan Club is a renowned private business club that has brought together diverse members throughout the years. 

Thank You CityBeat Readers!

Apr 1, 2015

We are very grateful to the readers of CityBeat Cincinnati for voting WVXU Best Radio Station and for naming Maryanne Zeleznik as #2 Radio Talk Show Host in the city.

You can read the entire list of The Best of Cincinnati 2015 here.

The 87th Academy Awards show airs this Sunday with host Neil Patrick Harris, his first time hosting the awards show. There are eight nominees for best picture, a diverse list which includes Selma, American Sniper, The Imitation Game, Birdman, and Boyhood

Mike Breen, the music editor for CityBeat, recently visited our studio to talk with Jim Nolan about the nominees for the 18th Annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards. The awards will be presented on Sunday, January 25 in a ceremony/concert/party at Covington’s Madison Theater.

  Summer movies tend to come on strong...at least the trailers and hype usually shout “blockbuster.” But what can we expect from the films being released this summer? And what is the ultimate summer movie experience: hitting an IMAX; piling the family in the car and finding one of the few drive-ins still in operation; being able to enjoy dinner during the show; or will any multiplex do? Contributing Film Editor for Cincinnati CityBeat and Dayton CityPaper, tt stern-enzi, and WVXU Entertainment Contributor Larry Thomas take a look at what’'s in store for movie-goers this summer. For more movie reviews and information, check out the Movie Review Query Engine.

As expected, CityBeat's 2014 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards resulted in an amazing evening of fun, great times and incredible music.  Covington's Madison Theater was packed with musicians, artists and supporters of the local music community.