Contrary to popular belief, the NCAA has only ever truly enforced a nationwide prohibition on payments to athletes for three years—from 1948 to 1951. Prior to that, there was no NCAA-wide rule on scholarships at all, meaning that the full flowering of the popularity of college football prior to World War II was…
Severe weather is expected in much of the Midwest tonight, and that includes Cincinnati, home of the All-Star Game and tonight’s Home Run Derby. There’s the possibility of lightning, damaging winds, and downpours like the ones that rolled through this afternoon:
Happy Tax Day to all those who observe. Thank you for helping keep the roads paved and the schools open. Your service is greatly appreciated, and as such I will try not to be judgmental about your personal choices today. But please tell me you're not reading this on your phone as you stand in line at the post office.
Last Thursday, thousands of people across the country participated in Turkey Trots before returning to their homes to eat turkey. Except in Cincinnati, Ohio, where participants at the Thanksgiving Day 10K Race stripped finish line refreshments like a biblical plague of locusts.
We've previously alerted you to the greatness of Andrew McCutchen, and last night he made us swoon once again. Even though his team lost 3-0 in the opening game of a series against the Cincinnati Reds, McCutchen gave us the highlight of the game when he took an Aroldis Chapman fireball square on the arm, and then…
The yearly chili debate tournament known as the Crosstown Rivalry (Cincinnati representing the classic Skyline brand while Xavier speaks on behalf of Gold Star) was brought to a premature end with this brawl in the final seconds—possibly due to a third party agitator arguing on behalf of the traditional Price Hill…
Oktoberfest Zinzinnati got underway in Cincinnati yesterday. In addition to "music from Bavarian band Musikkapelle Hopfenblaesers" and "The World Bratwurst Eating Championship," there was revelry and there was dance.
The CBS affiliate in Cincinnati only yesterday canceled their long-scheduled "Bengals Playoff Special," which was set to air tonight.
As you may recall, the wife of former Cincinnati basketball coach Andy Kennedy is claiming that a pending lawsuit against a cab driver is so traumatizing that it's affecting the couple's sex life.