Where to Catch Live Music

Live Music Sponsored by Lori’s Roadhouse

LRHLive is a full-service restaurant and live music venue located in the heart of Greater Cincinnati. This 24,000 square foot facility features two stages that will showcase live country music from local, regional, and national artists.

Come out and enjoy delicious food, live music, and amazing nightlife as we bring Music City to the Queen City for a one-of-a-kind intimate and memorable experience. Click Here to view their upcoming shows!

Looking for a place to catch live music? We have a list of great venues, bars and restaurants, and establishments to catch live music! Some of these are weekly, daily, or biweekly, so check out their site for more information!

Everything Cincy Clients
  1. Lori’s Roadhouse
    • 10/6: Shoot’EM Strait
    • 10/7: Kevin McCoy Band
    • 10/7: Jesse Cain
    • 10/13: Lanco
    • 10/14: Blake Tyler
    • 10/20: Chris Linton
    • 10/20: Chris Shrader
    • 10/21: Michelle Robinson Band
    • 10/21: Jake Taylor Band
    • 10/22: Dance for their Freedom Fundraiser
    • 10/27: Chase Matthew
    • 10/28: The Last Roadhouse on the Left
  2. 16 Lots Southern Outpost
    • 10/6: Nashville Nights with Jackie Straw
    • 11/10: Nashville Nights with Nicole Boggs & The Reel
  3. All Hallow’s Eve – Terror Town
    • 10/6: DJ Dav
    • 10/7: Deadwood Alley
    • 10/13: DJ Dav
    • 10/20: DJ Dav
    • 10/27: DJ Dav
    • 10/28: The Black Violets
    • 11/3: DJ Dav
    • 11/4: Sons of Liberty Band
  4. Bircus Brewing Co.
    • 10/3: Tuesday Flow Jam
    • 10/12: Blue Wisp Big Band
    • 10/13: 97XtraBeats Type Night feat. DJ Status
    • 10/14: The Village Bicycle
    • 10/28: Halloween with The Cincy Brass
  5. Cincinnati Parks
    • Amped Up Concert Series – Schott Amphitheatre @ Sawyer Point
      • 10/7: Union Son
      • 10/8: Model Behavior
    • Acoustic Lunch Series – Piatt Park
    • Music at the Esplanade – Smale Riverfront Park
      • 8/12: Run Katie Run
      • 8/19: The Traveling Jam
      • 8/26: Gettier
  6. Cock and Bull Public House
    • Saturdays 6-10pm
  7. Element Eatery
    • 10/7: Pete Benoit and Randy Villars Acoustic Blues
    • 10/13: Bobby Crawford
    • 10/20: Ben Levin Band
  8. Fountain Square
    • Jazz Music: Tuesday’s 6-9pm
    • Salsa Music: Thursday’s 6-10pm
    • Indie Music: Friday’s 7-10pm
    • Fifth and Vine Live: Saturday’s 7-10pm
  9. Frankie’s Sips & Savories
  10. Gangsters Dueling Piano Bar
  11. Hofbrauhaus Newport
  12. Juniper’s
    • 10/1: test
  13. Just Brew Coffee House
  14. LouVino OTR
  15. Madtree Alcove
    • Friday’s from 5-9pm
  16. Madtree Taproom
    • Friday’s from 7-11pm
  17. MegaCorp Pavilion
    • 8/9: The Mega-Monsters tour: Mastodon and Gojira
    • 8/16: Tim Heidecker
    • 9/7: The Glorious Sons
    • 9/9: Tash Sultana
    • 9/12: Ween
    • 9/14: CAKE
    • 9/16: Danzig
    • 9/20: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
    • 9/27: Noah Cyrus
  18. Memorial Hall OTR
    • 8/16: Al Stewart with The Empty pockets
    • 8/17: Asleep at the Wheel
    • 8/31: Jaimee Harris
    • 9/7: Julian Lage
    • 9/16: Fleetwood Gold
  19. Moerlein Lager House
    • Rockin’ The Roebling
      • 8/17:Crown Watts
      • 8/24: Positive Vibe Band
      • 8/31: Naked Karate Girls
    • Acoustic Concert Series – Every Friday & Saturday through Sept. 2nd
  20. Montgomery Inn The Boathouse
  21. Northern Row Brewery & Distillery
  22. Shiners on the Levee
    • Live Music every Friday and Saturday 10:30-2:30 am
  23. The Pub Rookwood
    • Saturdays 7-10pm
  24. Tin Roof:
    • 8/9: Joey Fulton
    • 8/11: Super Nash Bros.
    • 8/12: Super Nash Bros.
    • 8/18: Party Down
    • 8/19: Party Down
    • 8/26: Abby Kasch
    • 8/27: Abby Kasch
  25. The Bark Park and Patio
  26. Washington Park
    • Jazz in the Park:
      • 8/14: Noise Police
      • 8/21: Spherical Agenda
      • 8/28: Faux Frenchman
      • 9/11: April Aloisio
      • 9/18: Keigo Hirakawa Trio
      • 9/25: Steely Organ Trio
      • 10/2: Sergio Pamies
      • 10/9: Brad Myers & Mandy Gaines
      • 10/16: Daniel Bennett and The Dirty Shirlies
      • 10/23: Pamela Mallory
      • 10/30: Five Little Bears
    • Reggae in the Park:
      • 8/9: The Flex Crew
      • 8/23: Hurricane
    • Roots Revival:
      • 8/10: Ruby Vileos
      • 8/17: Red Beard’s Revenge
      • 8/24: The Tie Dye Gang
      • 8/31 Rob McAllister
    • Friday Flow
      • 8/11: J Holiday
      • 8/18: Natural Progression
      • 8/25: Tamika Law
      • 9/1: Marla B
    • OTR performs
      • 8/13: Cincinnati Contemporary Jazz Orchestra
      • 8/27: Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
Additional Places To Catch Live Music
  1. Barleycorns
  2. Blind Lemon
  3. Brothers Bar and Grill
  4. Findlay Market
  5. Fretboard Brewing
  6. Ghost Baby
  7. Grassroots and Vine
  8. Keystone
  9. Longnecks Sports Grill
  10. Molly Malones
  11. MOTR Pub
  12. Newport on the Levee
  13. Queen City Radio
  14. Sis’s on Monmouth
  15. Southgate House Revival
  16. Streetside Brewery

Everything Cincy is your one-stop shop to Local Events. Local Deals. Local Jobs.

 Art at Ziegler Park 

                 Artwork by: Dai Williams 

               Photo by: Christen Collins 

In Over-the-Rhine is a wonderful city park that offers a ton of things to do and see!  The park is split into two different sections on the east and west sides of Sycamore Street.  This unique space is just over 4 aches and is a great place to take your family for some fun on the playground or in the pool!  There is a wide-open field that features movies and a variety of workout opportunities to attend, like hot yoga.  They have creative events like “Pop Up Play” hosted by the Cincinnati Public Library with games, neat adventures, and craft making!  Not only is it a beautiful environment to enjoy but it also has a nice collection of incredible artworks by local artists! 



Artwork by: Dai Williams aka Soft Ghost  

Photos by: Christen Collins 

From the walking trail on the west end of the park take the route down a set of colorful stairs with the cutest little ghost worm images along the sides painted by the Printmaker and Street Artist, Dai Williams, also known as Soft Ghost.  They completely transformed a regular staircase into a delightful transition of hues and quirky figures that make your heart and feet a little lighter as you walk up, down, or past them from the street. 



Artwork by: Rebekah Del Matto 

Photos by: Christen Collins 

Across the street to the east end of the park are several murals on walls and on the ground, some are even interactive!  First up are pleasant paintings in the restrooms by Rebekah Del Matto, also known as the Cincy Wallflower.  Shortly after she beautified the bathrooms, she was commissioned to create a piece in the new bar and restaurant, Yoli’s Pool House that just opened and is perfectly placed in the park.  Rebekah is your go to artist for custom murals and has awesome work popping up all over town! 




              Artwork by: Annie Ruth           Artwork by: Antevin Brown    

             Photo by: Christen Collins               Photo by: Christen Collins 

Around the corner is a pathway to a super cool mural by Artist Antevin Brown on the ground that kids can play on together and has an encouraging message that says, “Be Creative”.  There is a second mural by Artist Annie Ruth that features a tic-tac-toe game. Both murals inspire everyone to use their imagination and have fun while doing it! 




 Artwork by: Denise Burge 

 Photo by: Christen Collins 

In Bland Alley nearby is another mural with an influential message that says, “The first step out of oppression is expression.  This piece was made by Denise Burge in collaboration with ArtWorks in a series called, “New Lines” which was to shift perspectives on the power of art. 


Artwork by: Adoria Maxberry 

Photos by: Christen Collins 

Next up is a new piece that people can color in with chalk like a coloring book!  The mural is on the street and was created by Artist Adoria Maxberry, in partnership with Black Art Speaks.  The huge mural extends between buildings going from the black and white fill in section to vibrant colors leading to Main Street.   



Artwork by: Em Sites- Karns Artwork by: Lyndon Probst 

Photos by :Christen Collins.                                                         Photos by :Christen Collins 

On the walls of the surrounding buildings and business are more mural to check out and all have there own unique style! In the alley on Collective Espresso is “Slow Down” by Em Sites-Karns and across the street is the polka dot painting by Lyndon Probst.  In addition at two other murals near Main street.  On one side is a mural of two young children by Brent Billingsley and on the other side is a mural called “Dreams, Art, and Success”, by KéMonté Figgs aka K.J. Figgs. 






Artwork by: Brent Billingsley    Artwork by: KéMonté Figgs aka K.J. Figgs. 

Photos by: Christen Collins 

Savings & Deals in the City (9/19)

Woodhouse Day Spa’s
Fall Seasonal Services
Lori’s Roadhouse
Membership Perks and Discounts
Hoxworth Blood Center
Free Bearcats Sweatshirt for Blood Donors
Hofbräuhaus Newport Brewery & Restaurant
25% Off for 1 Year Anniversary!
Brewing Heritage Trail
20% Off all Tickets
Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week
3 Course Meal Deals
SS Tiki Boat
$100 Off Any Large Boat Tour

Covington, KY History

📜HISTORY & HIDDEN GEMS TOUR💎 featuring Molly Wellmann

Brought to you by Richter & Phillips Jewelers and The BMW Store

Covington, Ky. Covington’s first permanent white settler was Thomas Kennedy. He came from Pennsylvania in 1790. He landed in Cincinnati at first and then purchased 200 acres right on the banks of the Ohio River across from Cincinnati and close to the Licking River. He ran the ferry boat from the Kentucky side. His brother Francis Kennedy ran the ferry from the Ohio side until he drowned. Thomas Kennedy also owned a tavern he called “The Point.”

In 1814, Thomas sold 150 acres to John S. Gano, Richard Gano, and Thomas D. Carneal. They were all veterans of the War of 1812, and they named their purchase Covington after their commander, General Leonard Covington. The general died at the Battle of Chrysler Field in 1813. The three speculators divided the land up into lots to sell. By 1821, Covington had a volunteer fire company, a log cabin schoolhouse that also served as a church and meeting house. They also had a four-man police patrol. There was a general store and a bank owned by Benjamin W. Leathers at the northwest corner of Greenup and Park Place. There was also an entertainment house on Garrard and Second Street owned by Alexander Connelly. Connelly was also one of the first trustees of Covington. The first big factory in Covington was located on the riverfront between Greenup and Scott Streets. It was a cotton mill owned by Charles Macalester Jr. and a Cincinnati merchant named Robert Buchanan. Buchanan also built the Minrikle Rolling Mill in Covington, just west of his cotton mill. Today, this is the site of the Embassy Suites buildings.

By 1836, Covington had many factories, including a nail factory, a sawmill, five tobacco and cigar factories, two distilleries, a brewery, and a rope walk. Covington’s first newspaper was called “The Farmers’ Record and Covington Literary Journal,” and it was published in 1831. Covington’s early public square was located between Court and Greenup Streets and 3rd and Second Streets, just south of Smoke Justice and the Hayden Apartments.

In the early 1850s, Covington’s population and economy boomed. The Covington and Lexington Railroad went through Covington and stopped at Washington and Pike Streets. More and more industry started to move into that area. Some of Covington’s early businessmen included Amos and Vincent Shinkle. Their business was in coal and riverboats. Amos Shinkle also helped with the building of the Roebling Bridge. Robert Hemingrey owned a large glassworks known for making glass insulators for telegraph wires. Milward and Oldershaw owned a huge pork packing factory along the Licking River. On New Year’s Day 1867, the Roebling Suspension Bridge was completed, linking Cincinnati and Covington. The improvement in transportation and the bridge made it possible to locate plants in Covington and do business in Cincinnati.

James Walsh opened a rectifying house and distillery in the old cotton mill on the banks of the Ohio. His offices were located in Cincinnati. In 1885, the New England Distillery opened along the railroad at Pike and Washington, or Russell Streets.

Madison Avenue, between 3rd Street and Robbins Street, is Covington’s central business district. It flourished in the mid to late 1800s, especially when the Covington and Lexington Railroad was built. In 1896, Henry Eilerman opened H. Eilerman & Sons Haberdashery (men’s and boys’ store) at 610 Madison, the northwest corner of Madison and Pike. Eilerman’s was first established in 1882 in Newport or Monmouth. It went out of business in 1973 and is now a U.S. Bank branch. Another notable establishment on Madison was Coppens Department Store. John R. Coppins got his start working for his Pogue Department Store in Cincinnati when he was 24 years old in the late 1860s. In 1873, he leased a space in Covington on Madison Avenue between 4th and 5th Streets and opened his own dry goods store. His brother William Coppin was his partner. They called the store the California Dry Goods Company. Just seven years later, Coppins needed a larger store, so they moved up the street to 538 Madison Avenue to a four-story building. In 1906, Coppins once again ran out of space. Coppin purchased the lot on the corner of Madison and 7th and built a seven-story concrete skyscraper, the first in Covington. The building was designed by Cincinnati architect James Gilmore, who apprenticed under James McGlaughlin. With the new building also came a name change. Instead of California Dry Goods, the firm was officially called the John R. Coppin Company. John Coppin was president, his brother William was vice president, and John’s sons John Jr. and Charles C. Coppin were also involved in the company. In 1910, the store was finally open for business, becoming the region’s largest high-end department store.

John R. Coppin was born and raised in Cincinnati. He was married to Lizzie R. Egolf, and they had four children. They lived on 28th Street in Latonia, between Indiana and Birch Streets, and east to Rodgers Street, extending south to 30th Street. John Coppin was an avid gardener, and the grounds were grand, reflecting his mansion. John Coppin died on December 21, 1913; he was 64 years old. In 1966, Coppins was acquired by Gambles Department Stores, and by the 1970s, Madison’s once-busy shopping district had declined due to shopping malls. Coppins closed in 1988, and the city purchased the building for its city hall. In 2016, the building was renovated into one of Northern Kentucky’s best hotels, along with their restaurant and one of my favorite bars in the Cincinnati area.

Madison and Pike Street came into existence even before white settlers settled here. In the 1700s, buffalo herds marked the general direction of Pike Street on their way to Latonia Springs. During the early 1800s, drovers would drive their cattle and hogs up Madison and Pike to swim across the Ohio River over to Cincinnati. By the 1850s, the railroad came in, attracting retail and commercial business. Pike Street was dotted with its dry goods stores, barbershops, saloons, cigar and liquor shops. John McKay had a dry goods store on Pike between Madison and Pike. John H. Perkins had a saddle and harness shop. Jacob Lehman had a tobacco shop on Madison at 5th Street. There was an inn at the corner of Madison and 6th Street called the Virginia Inn. The Madison House Inn was across the street. Another inn called the Magnolia House was on the east side of Madison between Pike and 7th, and a Drovers Hotel called the Day House. Michael C. Match started his jewelry store in 1857. He moved his store to the northwest corner of Pike and Madison in 1871, and he even installed a beautiful street clock that is still there today. The building on the southwest corner of Pike and Madison was built in 1919 and was the Covington Industrial Club. There were a number of businesses, including Dow’s Drug Store. Today, it’s the Hannaford Bar. On the southeast corner of Pike and Madison was, for a long time, a bank. In 1913, the YMCA Building was built there. A large-tiled swimming pool used to be on the property. Today, where the pool was, is an event space for Hotel Covington. Their bar pays homage to the swimming pool with a tile bar and back bar, and a glass floor cutout in the floor for a peek into the original pool.

At 7th and Madison, across from Coppin’s, on the southeast corner, was Woolworth’s Five and Dime. It boasted a big lunch counter as well. Today, it’s Madison Event Center. Another notable business on the southwest corner was Rich’s Jewelers. It’s now home to Riches Proper. They have awesome food and a great bourbon selection. On Seventh Street between Madison and Washington, there was the 7th Street Market House. The parking lot now sits there. Heringer Butcher, Hoerlein Meats, the George W. Hill Grocery, Sears & Roebuck, Mergard’s Bowling Alley, and the Broadway Theater were all located on this block as well.

In 1900, R. J. Dibowski owned a saloon. R. J. also ran the clubhouse and restaurant at the Latonia racetrack. R. J. closed his saloon at Prohibition, and the storefront became a fur store called Casse Frocks. Casse also had a location in Cincinnati on Main Street at 12th, next to Japp’s Hair Store. Orene Parker was a rectifier in Covington. He also ran a highly successful vaudeville theater for years and introduced the new medium of motion pictures into his offerings. Parker first appeared in the whiskey trade during the early 1870s as the co-owner of a distillery located in Gethsemane, Kentucky, with a man named Francis M. Head. Located on Pottinger Creek, in 1883, Parker sold his interests in this distillery to Minor Case Beam, and about 1885, he joined the Boone Brothers, Charles and Nicholas, in acquiring a distillery located on the farm of R. B. Hayden, two miles southeast of Bardstown, Kentucky. Hayden made a bourbon called Old Grand Dad.

About 1886, Parker also founded a wholesale liquor business in Covington, Kentucky. The offices were located at 25 Pike Street. In 1902, the Orene Parker Co. moved permanently to 12-14 Pike Street. The Boone Brothers distillery provided the raw product for a series of brands issued by Parker’s liquor business. They included “1884 Rye”, “Boone Co.”, “Defiance”, “Mayfield”, “Old Griffin”, and “Old Petoskey.” The company’s flagship brand was “Old Maid Whiskey.”

Like the showman he was, Parker strongly merchandised his Old Maid label. By 1903, Parker appears to have re-entered the distillery trade. Internal Revenue records show him operating a distillery, RD#47 in the 5th District of Nelson County. Under the recently enacted Bottled-in-Bond Act, he made a number of transactions, both storing and withdrawing whiskey from his federally supervised warehouses.

While engaged in the whiskey trade, Parker was also a major figure in Covington show business. He owned the Colonial Theatre, a vaudeville house, on Madison Avenue between Fourth and Fifth Streets. Such theaters displayed live acts, lasting between five to ten minutes each. Because the shows cost only a nickel or dime to get into, they became the dominant form of mass entertainment in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Many “respectable people,” however, refused to enter such premises. Parker oversaw a constant flow of new entertainers each week to make sure that the crowds came back regularly. He apparently ran a tight, and possibly stingy, ship. The story was told that when his manager, one L.B. Wilson, a former vaudeville actor, asked for a raise, Orene refused, and Wilson promptly quit the Colonial Theater and opened his own Covington shop selling cigars.

Parker was one of the first theater owners to recognize the possibilities of film as a popular medium. Early in the 1900s, a few canny impresarios, such as Parker, began to intersperse short films among the live acts, seeing the potential for drawing in larger audiences, including people who would not enter a vaudeville house. Parker became an early member of the Motion Picture Exhibitors of America, and in 1914, he was elected National Treasurer of that organization.

But trouble was on the horizon. The same dry National Prohibition. He was forced to close down his liquor business and distillery in 1920. Moreover, about a year later, his Colonial Theater burned to the ground. Ironically, the vacant lot later was purchased by L. B. Watson, Parker’s former manager. Watson built a new theater on the site, one dedicated entirely to the motion picture.

L.B. Wilson owned the Liberty Theater in the 1920s and ‘30s. He also owned the Rialto, Strand, Hippodrome, and Madison Theaters. L.B. was also the president of Peoples-Liberty Bank, which was adjacent to the Liberty Theater. L.B. Wilson was named with the initials of his mother, Lyda Beall Miles, who died from complications of his birth. Being short in stature, it was often joked that “L.B.” stood for “little boy.” He and his brother, Hansford, were vaudeville actors as youths growing up in Covington. They traveled across Europe with a vaudeville company in their late teens. Hansford would go on to become an actor on Broadway.

In 1911, L.B. got a job working for Orene Parker as manager of the Colonial Theater, a vaudeville house. He left due to feeling underpaid. A couple of years later, Parker invited Wilson to his office at Madison and Pike to offer him a new contract. Wilson refused the offer, saying he was making more money selling cigars (he owned a cigar shop). As he was leaving Parker’s office, he remarked that someday he would build the nicest theater Covington ever had at Madison and Pike. Almost 10 years later, Parker’s building burned down, and L.B., along with department store owner Frank Thorpe, purchased the lot. The bank and theater began construction in 1922, and the theater opened on July 21, 1923.

Another amazing gem in Covington is Revival, located at 5 E 8th St, Covington, KY 41011, owned by Brad Bonds and Covington lawyer Shannon Smith. Revival is a vintage spirits shop and tasting room where you can buy and taste vintage spirits from pre-Prohibition all the way to today! It’s really cool, and Brad is a wealth of information about every bottle in the shop! It’s a must-see in Covington! Stay tuned for more in Covington next month! There is just so much!

By: Molly Wellmann

Job Openings in the City

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
Positions Hiring For: Volunteer Ushers
Over 25,000 patrons come to see a mainstage production at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company every year! We are committed to make every visit a fun and memorable experience. Our dedicated volunteers contribute their time and talents to help us achieve an elegant and friendly atmosphere that keeps our guests coming back to each and every show. Ushers arrive an hour before show time and assist with scanning guest tickets and theater seating. In return, you get to see the show for free! Dates are flexible so your schedule is in your own hands, and you can usher as many or as few shows as you wish.
Click Here to Apply.
Beneficial Talent Source
Positions Hiring For: Multiple 
We strive to offer a blend of opportunities so that we can be a consistent source of jobs that support the local area’s concentrations of skill-sets. We hope you find the opportunity you’re looking for in our list of current openings. Make sure that you stay up to date with our job postings as we have new opportunities everyday.  Beneficial Talent Source is committed to providing great service to both client and candidate and making sure our impact is positive for all that works with us. We are Better Together!
Click Here to Apply.
Cincinnati Metro
Positions Hiring For: Bus Operator 

Metro is seeking talented professionals looking for fulfilling work with fantastic benefits. New Bus Operator Hiring Program Metro bus operators enjoy paid training, competitive pay and benefits. Applicants do not need a commercial driver’s license to apply. Qualified applicants will receive paid training by Metro to acquire their CDL, along with reimbursement for CDL fees.

Click Here to Apply.
St. Vincent de Paul NKY
Positions Hiring For: Communication and Engagement Coordinator
This unique and creative position reports to the Advancement Director. You’ll have the opportunity to create engaging and creative written content which supports the mission-driven good works of the Society.
Click Here to Apply.
Aces Pickleball + Kitchen
Positions Hiring For: Server and Attendant
ACES Pickleball + Kitchen is looking for energetic and outgoing individuals who are excited to provide the best customer service every time! In this position, you are the person guests see and interact with while dining at ACES. Servers and attendants are constantly representing the company through providing excellent hospitality, customer service, and knowledge of our menus. This position is the core of welcoming the guests when they are seated and responsible for taking orders, recommending menu options, offering drinks to pair with their order, knowing in-depth about menu items and any specials, and keeping ACES tidy, clean, and well maintained.
Click Here to Apply.
Cincinnati Art Museum
Positions Hiring For: Graphic Designer
The Graphic Designer oversees all graphic design activity in the art museum, ensuring the design needs of each department are balanced, aligned with the mission of CAM, and met promptly through a combination of in-house graphic execution and use of external resources. This role will manage CAM signage needs and will work closely with D&I on exhibition design, title wall creation and wayfinding. The Graphic Designer also looks to continuously improve the design function through project management, communication, strategic planning and creativity. In addition, the Graphic Designer will manage a part-time graphic designer and use their abilities to best accomplish assigned projects and tasks.
Click Here to Apply.

Jobs in the City (8/15)

Best Point
Positions Hiring For: Early Childhood Assistant Teacher
Love young children and love teaching too? A career in early childhood education could be exactly what you’re looking for. Our early childhood education jobs offer all the benefits of our jobs in other areas of education including career training, comprehensive benefits, PTO, and more — while allowing you to focus on your passion of helping young children thrive.
Click Here to Apply.
Lindner Center of HOPE
Positions Hiring For: Job FairA
At Lindner Center HOPE we are always looking to add to our talented and distinguished staff. Our outstanding reputation for creating a world-class treatment experience revolves around the expertise, kindness, and empathy exhibited by every employee.
Click Here to Apply.
Pink Ribbon Good
Positions Hiring For: Transportation Specialist
Transports clients to and from appointments in a safe, timely manner while supporting the PRG mission and balancing the fear and uncertainty that breast cancer and other women’s reproductive cancers bring to individuals and families. Transportation occurs from door to door. All employees are expected to be courteous, helpful and patient toward clients. Click Here to Apply.
Lebanon Peddlers Mall
Positions Hiring For: Cashier/Customer Service
Peddlers Mall is a family-owned and operated chain of flea markets NOW with 18 locations across KY, IN, OH, & now WV. Peddlers Mall has been in business for over 25 years and specializes in second-hand (vintage, antique, repurposed, thrifted) and new merchandise.
Click Here to Apply.
Woodhouse Day Spa’s
Positions Hiring For: Spa Concierge, Licensed Massage Therapist
Although we are here to be of service to our guests, we also believe in creating an exceptional experience for our team, and for them to create and create exceptional experiences for each other. Nuturing a positive, respectful, and professional environment is part of our team culture and is critically important.
Click Here to Apply.
Tin Roof
Positions Hiring For: Security
Tin Roof, A Live Music Joint, is about giving musicians a place to play and a place to hang when they aren’t on stage. The tasty food, fun, eclectic environment, community of Regulars and friendly Crew have established the Roof as the place to be for musicians and non-musicians alike. Over the years, our stages have hosted the famous, the should have been famous, and everyone in between.
To apply email infocincinnati@tinroofbars.com
Camp Joy
Positions Hiring For: Experiential Educators
We are seeking a passionate and dynamic Experiential Educator to join our Outdoor School Program (OSP) team this fall! As an Experiential Educator, you will play a vital role in developing and delivering high-quality, innovative, and mission-centered programs. Your primary focus will be on Outdoor School Programs, but you will also have the opportunity to engage in a variety of roles, including teacher, actor, ropes technician, customer service provider, and office employee. This is a year-round position with a diverse range of responsibilities and activities.
Click Here to Apply.

The Know Theatre an “Artists Playground”

The Know Theatre is one of the best places to see amazing shows and get involved in the performing arts community in Cincinnati for people of all ages.  They’re also recognized for the featured murals on and near their building.  So next time you’re going to an event at the theater or just in the area, take a walk around to discover several incredible wall pieces that are perfect to take pictures of or with!

“Our goal is to create an artistic playground where artists and audiences can come together to produce and experience work that could not be done anywhere else.” – The Know Theatre

The theater is located in OTR at 1120 Jackson Street, down a block from the Art Academy of Cincinnati.  On the AAC building and in nearby parking lots there are more murals that are just steps away!  

“We want to create a community that includes artists and audience, volunteers, and staff, as well as random passersby who just stop in to say “hello.” – The Know Theatre 

Photos by: Christen Collins

Right across from the Academy are two murals in the parking lot of the theater that are delightful to experience and promote positivity.  The first is known as “Lookin Good” by XYLENE and is painted on the wall of the Know Theatre. This giant painting looks like a glowing neon sign and has an awesome message for everyone to enjoy and feel good about!

Photos by: Christen Collins

The second mural is brought to life for the public by ArtWorks and their team of creatives titled, “Ice Cream Daydream” which is a colorful look into the wonderful world of imagination.  It’s cute, it’s quirk, and will surely make you smile! 

“This fantastical mural brings youthful energy and vibrancy to the district of Over-the-Rhine.” 


Photo by: Christen Collins

On the other side of the building is another parking lot between Jackson and Walnut Street with more huge murals. These works of art are two separate murals that you can’t miss!  One of the murals is a huge happy cat called, “Crazy Cat, Crazy Quilt”, that was also made by ArtWorks. This piece is inspired by the great Edie Harper who attended the Art Academy of Cincinnati when it was in Eden Park at the Cincinnati Art Museum. 

“Sometimes an idea is triggered by a title and its fun-potential.” 

  • Edie Harper 
  • Charley Harper Art Studio

On the south side wall of the theater is a stellar mural that has a surrealist vibe that sends Cincinnati into a dimension that is wacky and wild!  XYLENE creates an alternative universe where aliens have taken over the city!  Spend some time scanning over the painting searching for some of the local wonders and landmarks that appear throughout the piece.  

The Know Theatre is currently playing the sci-fi – dark- comedy, “Sleeping Giant” and is one of the venues for the Cincy Fringe Festival every year.  For more information on their latest showings and events check out their website and follow them on social media to stay up to date on all the exciting new things that are happening in the creative community!

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21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati
Free Month of Dis-Loyalty and Bigger Discounts
Newport Syndicate
BOGO Murder Mystery Dinner
Ohio Weddings
FREE Ticket with Code: every23
Junebug Jewelry Designs
15% Off National Black Business Month Special
513 IV
15% Off for New Customers
Café Alma
50% Off Sleepy Hour
Five Iron Golf
20% Off Events Booked Before September
$150 Lip Flip
Montgomery Inn
$10.99 Wagyu Wednesday
1/2 Priced Bottles on Wednesdays 

Meet the Business: Posh Cincinnati

Photo of Posh Cincinnati's indoor bar

Business Name: POSH Events Cincinnati

What is POSH?
POSH is a private event space located in the heart of downtown Cincinnati. With a focus on elegance, we provide an upscale event experience customized for your guests. Our goal is to create unforgettable moments, achieved through dedicated collaboration with each client. We aim to infuse vibrancy and uniqueness into every event. Our commitment is to craft memories that are memorable and extraordinary. Our event packages are meticulously designed to suit a range of occasions. From private parties and celebrations to corporate meetings, showers, welcome events, and weddings, we offer personalized options that enhance the essence of each event.

Where are you located?
Nestled within the Cincinnati’s market district, POSH is located at 1905 Elm Street, Cincinnati OH 45202, Alongside other entrepreneurial businesses, it is just steps away from the iconic Findlay Market and the bustling Rhinegeist Brewery. Located in this vibrant neighborhood, POSH stands out as a sophisticated hub, enhancing your event with its unique charm and connectivity.

How long have you been open?
Since opening its doors in February 2023, POSH has become a hub for unforgettable experiences. Our elegant venue has hosted a variety of business events, meetings, and birthday celebrations that have left a lasting impression on our guests. The feedback we’ve received reflects their genuine satisfaction, as they’ve found something extraordinary in the ordinary moments we help create.

What is the inspiration behind POSH:
The inspiration behind POSH stems from a desire to provide a distinctive and inclusive event space that elevates the experience for all guests. The founders envisioned a place where sophistication meets accessibility, where upscale events could be enjoyed without limitations.

The inspiration was drawn from the idea that remarkable moments should not be reserved for a select few but should be accessible to a diverse range of individuals and occasions. The founders were also motivated by the bustling energy of downtown Cincinnati and the surrounding entrepreneurial ecosystem.

The aim was to create a space that not only offered elegance and charm but also seamlessly integrated with the dynamic neighborhood, enhancing the overall urban experience. Additionally, the founders were driven by a passion for crafting exceptional memories. The commitment to personalization, attention to detail, and the aspiration to make every event truly special were key factors that shaped the vision of POSH.

In essence, the inspiration behind POSH is a fusion of accessibility, sophistication, urban vitality, and a genuine dedication to providing memorable event experiences that cater to a wide spectrum of guests and occasions.

What is something that stands out about your business?
At our boutique event space, we hold a strong belief in making exceptional moments accessible to everyone, regardless of their budget. Our commitment to inclusivity and flexibility is unwavering, allowing us to cater to a wide range of financial considerations while maintaining high standards of quality.Whether you’re seeking an intimate gathering or a larger celebration, we take pride in providing practical options that cater to your specific needs.

Our space offers a blend of affordability and sophistication, allowing you to create meaningful memories without straining your finances. In a world where real value matters, we invite you to experience our space where genuine affordability meets genuine quality.

What do our guests most like about us as owners and operators of POSH?
These are some of the comments and positive feedback we’ve consistently received from clients:

  1. Attentive and Personalized Approach: Guests value the personalized attention and care they receive when working with us. Our dedication to understanding their specific needs and preferences resonates well, making them feel heard and understood.
  2. Professionalism and Expertise: Our guests often mention our professionalism and expertise in event planning and management. They feel confident in our ability to execute their vision seamlessly and handle any challenges that may arise.
  3. Flexibility and Adaptability: The flexibility we offer in tailoring events to their requirements is highly regarded. Guests appreciate our willingness to adapt and accommodate last-minute changes, ensuring a smooth and stress-free experience.
  4. Creativity and Uniqueness: Many guests find our approach to event design and execution creative and distinctive. They appreciate our efforts to infuse each event with a unique touch that sets their gatherings apart.
  5. Quality of Service: The quality of service provided by our team consistently stands out. Whether it’s the responsiveness to inquiries, the professionalism of our staff, or the overall smooth flow of the event, guests recognize and value our commitment to high standards.
  6. Attention to Detail: Our meticulous attention to even the smallest details has not gone unnoticed. Guests often mention how our thoroughness contributes to a polished and well-organized event.
  7. Warm and Welcoming Atmosphere: The inviting ambiance at POSH is frequently mentioned. Guests feel comfortable and at ease in our space, which adds to the overall positive experience.
  8. Transparent Communication: Open and transparent communication is something that guests appreciate. They find it easy to discuss ideas, concerns, and logistics with us, fostering a sense of trust.
  9. Memorable Experiences: Ultimately, guests value the memorable experiences we help create. From start to finish, they feel that we contribute significantly to the success of their events and the lasting impression they leave on attendees.

What’s the one thing people may not know about POSH?
At the helm of POSH, you’ll find a duo with diverse backgrounds. One co-owner is a scientist, while the other brings a gymnastics instruction background coupled with artistic flair. This combination infuses our venue with a unique blend of strategic thinking and creative execution.

This partnership results in a dynamic approach to event management. The scientific perspective ensures meticulous planning, while the artistic touch from the gymnastics instructor adds a layer of creativity to every detail. This pragmatic yet artistic approach defines the essence of POSH, where events are expertly managed with a dash of imaginative innovation.