Main Street Ventures Awards Two Grants to Goldman Sachs 10K Small Businesses Participants at Cincinnati State

CINCINNATI— Main Street Ventures is pleased to announce the recipients of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses pitch competition.

Main Street Ventures provided funding for a collaborative pitch competition for Cincinnati State’s Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program (10K SB) participants. 10 scholars from the 10KSB cohort pitched their growth project to the Main Street Ventures team on May 13th. Two scholars were selected to receive the funding for their projects. This pitch competition provided a great opportunity for the Scholars to practice their pitches and receive industry feedback from the MSV team.

The companies receiving the grant funding are:

  • The Cheesecakery: Located in the heart of Madisonville The Cheesecakery has a cafe, bakery, event space, and two food trucks serving over 100+ fresh and delicious flavors of cheesecake.
  • Indulju Spa: Indulju Relaxation Boutique provides a complete and total relaxation experience by offering spa services which relax, refresh and renew each person who crosses our threshold.
Liz Field – Owner of The Cheesecakery and Nichol Carmichael – Owner of Indulju Relaxation Boutique

“Collaborating with Cincinnati State on this opportunity for the 10KSB scholars was a wonderful partnership to elevate local businesses. We are happy to add two more grant recipients to our community and continue to work with them as they grow their businesses.” said Brianna Dzuricsko, Funding Program Manager, Main Street Ventures.

“Cincinnati State is excited about partnering with Main Street Ventures to provide scholars with real-life experiences in accessing capital.” said Amy Waldbillig, Vice President, Workforce Development and Executive Director of the local Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program.

Cincinnati State is accepting inquiries for its SPRING 2023 cohort of 10,000 Small Businesses now. Visit https://www.cincinnatistate.edu/wdc/training-specialties/10ksb/ to learn more and sign up to be contacted by a program representative.


About Main Street Ventures

Main Street Ventures is working to become the community-funded initiative that makes entrepreneurship possible for everyone in Greater Cincinnati, by supporting entrepreneurs with what they need, when they need it: Capital, Connections, and Education. We look to support all good ideas and founders, but with a particular focus on women and minority entrepreneurs who have been historically under-represented in the startup community.

For more information, visit mainstventures.org.


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Top 10 Things to Do and See in Cincinnati

Whether you live in Cincinnati or are traveling through the area there are plenty of awesome things to experience in the Queen City! We have the top 10 things that you’ll have to put on your to-do list, that you’ll want to keep going back too. So get ready to make more memories that you can share with others!

1. Coney Island and Sunlite Pool

This historic theme park has been around since 1867 and it’s the perfect place to get a dose of nostalgia! There are games, shows and more at this fantastic little theme park that has a huge pool and water slides. This destination appeals to the entire family and there’s a lot of options for things to do near the park like the casino/race track located next door, and various restaurants, bars, and breweries to eat and drink at.

2. Findlay Market

You can’t miss out on taking a day trip to this incredible market that has everything you could possibly hope for or want out of a market. The food is absolutely amazing and so are the friendly people there. Findlay Market gives you a real sense of what the community is like in Cincinnati and highlights what we’re known for. The scent of fresh food is in the air, with live music on the street, plenty of places to sit and eat, and lots of different shops to check out that have locally made goods by local artisans.

3. RiverFront and The Banks

Cincinnati is one of the most beautiful river cities in America and you really get to see that when visiting the RiverFront and The Banks. The park along the water is wonderful, with many activities for the entire family to enjoy. There are sculptures and gardens that are very pleasant to encounter with an excellent view of the city. The Banks is one of the most happening places to be and there’s always a party on the weekends to join in on! When the sun goes down this area is just as beautiful with all of the city lights reflecting off the river, take a walk on one of the bridges to get the full spectrum!

4. Visit the Parks

The parks here are beyond amazing and there are several of them that offer something for everyone. Eden Park in Mt. Adams is the perfect place to have a leisure day and the best place to see views of the city. There are overlooks at the park that give you an amazing view of the river leading into downtown Cincinnati and of Kentucky, making it a great area for taking pictures. Washington Park in OTR is a major place to go to for events, live music, and pure enjoyment! It’s dog friendly and has a patio with refreshments to enjoy on a hot day.

5. Krohn Conservatory

Art, nature, and science come together at the Krohn Conservatory. Krohn is located in Eden Park in Mt. Adams and is truly an enchanting experience. The butterfly shows that they have there are magnificent and really give you the opportunity to connect with wildlife and nature in a way that’s approachable and exciting. There is a waterfall inside that has a creek with fish and turtles inhabiting it, making it feel like you’re in the rainforest. The building has sections for different species of plants and walking from one room to the next transforms a new environment to discover.

6. Cincinnati Zoo

We have one of the top rated zoo’s in the country! A zoo that is not only beautiful but is also educational and fun. The zoo does a great job to help wildlife and nature through their Saving Species program, animal care, and by going completely green with solar power.  There are different events to check out throughout the year and your trip there will feel like you’re on a real exploration of adventure.

7. Live Performances

Cincinnati has always been a hub for music and live performances! There are several venues to check out that offer a variety of different acts that appeal to every type of style and genre.  Music Hall, Memorial Hall, and The Taft Theater are historic venues that are absolutely stunning that feature talent all over the world. We also have the Aronoff and Playhouse in the park for well known shows and a few concert venues that feature locals and bring in big name performers.

https://www.memorialhallotr.com/

https://tafttheatre.org

8. Museums

We have some of the best museums around and there are so many to choose from! Union Terminal is one of the most incredible museums that takes you into a different world of fun and education. The building alone is a sight to see and the inside is breathtaking! There are many art museums to choose from like the Contemporary Arts Center and The Cincinnati Art Museum, which are both free to the public. We also have the American Sign Museum that is a real gem and will have you in awe when visiting!

https://www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org

https://www.contemporaryartscenter.org

https://www.americansignmuseum.org

9. Professional Sports

Go to a game! We are lucky to have major sports teams in the city and no matter what your favorite sport is you’ll be sure to have a great time at any of the games! The Cincinnati Reds baseball team and the Cincinnati Bengals football team play and practice in stadiums right next to each other, with our Cyclones Hockey team in Heritage Bank Center just down the street. And now we officially have a soccer stadium for the FC Cincinnati team!

https://www.mlb.com/reds/ballpark

https://www.bengals.com/news/pbs-history

https://heritagebankcenter.com/cyclones

https://tqlstadium.com

10. Take a Walk Downtown

Take in as much of the city scenery as you possibly can while you’re exploring downtown.  You can take the streetcar, bike, or simply take a walk around to experience some really wonderful things about the city.  You can take a tour or have our own self guided one that focuses on the fascinating architecture, history, and culture of Cincinnati. The food and drinks here are outstanding, so go to as many restaurants and bars as you can. We have tons of events going on and little shops to pop into for all of your shopping needs. OTR and fountain square are places to spend endless amounts of time with everything that the area has to offer.


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Cincy Seltzer Fest Features Eight Local Seltzer Brands Next Weekend

Fowling Warehouse Cincinnati, 2940 Highland Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45212

Cincy Seltzer Fest Flyer

Cincy Seltzer Fest, the first festival of its kind to take place in Cincinnati and the region, is returning to Fowling Warehouse this weekend on Friday, April 29th and Saturday, April 30th for the second year in a row.

Fowling Warehouse Cincinnati in Oakley is hosting the event at their 47,000 square foot warehouse. “The first Cincy Seltzer Fest last year was an incredible success. We hosted over 900 festival goers in one day and had close to a hundred different seltzers on hand for patrons. This year, I am happy to share that the event will be held over two days and will really highlight the local seltzer brands and flavors in addition to the major brands.
MadTree, Rhinegeist, Rebel Mettle, Urban Artifact, Sonder, Third Eye, March First and Karrikin are all bringing some incredible seltzer flavors for everyone to sample”, said Owner of Fowling Warehouse, Joe Frank.

A local seltzer focus and an additional day aren’t the only changes to the festival this year. As part of their FOWLanthropy initiative, Fowling Warehouse and Cincy Seltzer Fest have teamed up with the Pink Ribbon Girls on the event. Five dollars of every ticket purchased will go directly to the Pink Ribbon Girls. In addition, Fowling Warehouse has partnered with Truly Hard Seltzer as a Title Sponsor of the event and KISS 107 as the Media Sponsor of the event. For more event details and to purchase tickets, click here.

Operational Details

Cincy Seltzer Fest will have individual, group and VIP tickets available for each session over Friday, April 29th and Saturday, April 30th. Each ticket purchased will allow festival goers to sample a large selection of local and national seltzers. Each ticket also includes unlimited Fowling for the length of the session.

Interviews & Media Opportunities

Joe Frank, owner of Fowling Warehouse Cincinnati and host of Cincy Seltzer Fest is available for media appearances or interviews. Joe Frank, joe@fowlingwarehousecincy.com , 513-500-7687

The Ultimate Cincinnati Dining Experience Celebrates*5 Years* of Culinary Excellence at a New Venue for 2022

Now in its fifth year, Savor Cincinnati vaunts never before paired chef duos to collaborate in a dazzling new location to craft one-night-only menus for an intimate and extraordinary “chef’s table” experience. 



CINCINNATI – March 30, 2022 – Cincinnati Magazine’s luxury dining series, Savor Cincinnati, returns with a fresh take on the elaborate culinary experience in celebration of the event’s 5th anniversary year.

Savor Cincinnati is an elaborate, multi-evening, upscale dining series featuring custom menus developed by talented local chef duos paired from different local restaurants. The chefs collaborate to design multi-course menus available four consecutive evenings only. This extremely popular dining series is only held twice a year – once in the spring and once in the fall. 2022 marks five years since it began.

Created to celebrate the robust Queen City culinary scene, Savor Cincinnati is truly a lavish dining experience that elevates and showcases our city’s top talent. This highly coveted and exclusive dining event will be held at a new location this spring – The Cincinnati Club – April 26-29. Guests will be awed by the historic and elegant charm of this stunningly beautiful art deco style venue, which has served the Queen City community since 1923.

These exquisite Savor evenings begin with a mix and mingle cocktail hour with hors d’oeuvres served by McHale’s Catering. The chefs will then showcase their culinary collaborations by giving guests a behind-the-scenes look at how they prepare and plate their final dishes. Each course is also matched with a unique and high-end wine pairing, available for purchase at the end of each evening. A different local non-profit is also featured each night and will receive a portion of that evening’s wine sale proceeds.

The all-star lineup for this spring’s Savor Cincinnati series is as follows:

Tuesday, April 26 featuring HER Cincinnati

  • Kayla Robison, Arnold’s Bar & Grill and Newly Crowned “Chopped” TV Show Champion
  • Jessica Baston, Maize OTR

Wednesday, April 27featuring Ziegler Park

  • Brad Bernstein, Red Feather Kitchen and Dutch’s Larder
  • Heather Esterkamp, Heist & Co

Thursday, April 28 featuring Lindner Center of Hope

  • Ramon Alfonso, Latin House
  • Alessandro Urbisci, Branch

Friday, April 29 featuring Meals on Wheels

  • Matt Sweeney, Third & Main
  • Maynor Hernandez, Café Alma

“It is a privilege and a joy for us to be celebrating Savor Cincinnati’s 5th anniversary with our community this year,” said Ivy Bayer, Publisher of Cincinnati Magazine. “The outpouring of support and admiration our patrons have shown for the chefs and our city’s robust restaurant scene through the Savor experience has just been incredible. It truly has become a can’t miss experience for food and wine lovers alike. If you haven’t yet enjoyed a Savor evening, I invite you to please make your plans now to join us to relish in and applaud the unparalleled epicurean expertise our city has to offer.”

Savor Cincinnati is presented by Kroger, The Cincinnati Club and McHale’s Catering with additional support provided by Fiji Water, Maker’s Mark, and KMK Law.

Ticket sales will close three days before each meal, if not sold already sold out.

Each ticket includes admission to one night’s event, including cocktails, food, wine pairings, swag bag and a one-year subscription to Cincinnati Magazine.

The event begins at 6:00 p.m. and ends at 9:30 p.m. each evening of the series.

Tickets are $125 per person and must be purchased online in advance at cincinnatimagazine.com/savor.

A Place to Belong

Giving a Family Hope and Security After the Pandemic

Because You Give…

Naomi is a seventeen year old senior at the Cincinnati Public School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA), living with her family on the West side of Cincinnati. Her family came to the United States from Romania when she was four years old. Her brother, Benjamin, has a rare medical condition and was not receiving proper care in Romania.

While her family’s home branch is the Gamble-Nippert Y, Naomi comes solo to the Central Parkway branch every morning before school. She is training for a half-marathon and eventually a full marathon in May 2022. At the Y, Naomi feels like she is part of a community. “It’s a nice environment. Everyone is friendly. It feels like family.”

Naomi

When COVID-19 hit, Naomi’s family had to give up their membership due to financial difficulties. The Y staff reached out to the family this summer through a Care Call to see how the family was doing. The staff asked if they would be interested in being a part of the Re-Engage Campaign, a free 3-month membership to bring former members experiencing significant financial difficulties due to the pandemic back to the Y. After the 3 months, the family was able to transition to the Y’s Membership For All (scholarship) program. Naomi’s father, Losif, was so enthusiastic about returning to the Y!  Naomi felt “very, very happy. It’s a huge blessing.”

The Re-Engage Campaign and Membership For All programs are only possible because of you. Thanks to you Naomi’s family can continue to achieve goals, build new relationships, and help transform their lives.

Day of Giving Logo

Throughout March, YMCA is celebrating their annual “Day of Giving” all month long. This fundraiser allows the YMCA to give those in need financial assistance for summer camp, swim lessons, and membership! If you would like to help out by giving to the YMCA, visit https://myy.org/give. Anything helps!

YPCC Presents Spring Awakening: Life, Death, and Rebirth

Young Professionals Choral Collective (YPCC) is presenting its spring concert, ‘Spring Awakening: Life, Death, and Rebirth’ at The Carnegie on Tuesday, March 8th at 7pm. YPCC is partnering with MUSE, a Cincinnati’s Women’s Chorus, to celebrate the diverse legacy of LGBT and women-identified composers and poets. This concert will explore both the metaphorical and literal journey of life through the eyes of LGBT artists.

Spring Awakening

YPCC’s Executive Director, Jenny Spring, muses: “After the cold of winter and the solitude of the pandemic, we are ready to welcome Spring! As the New Year unfolds, we will be heading across the river into Northern Kentucky for a concert at the historic Carnegie theater. Our Artistic Director, Danielle Cozart Steele, has collaborated with remarkably talented partners for this multisensory experience we cannot wait to share with our supporters!

Audience members are encouraged to sing-along with some well-loved and well-known music with MUSE and YPCC. Additionally, audience members will hear spoken word poetry from Manuel Iris, poet laureate of Cincinnati.

In partnership with SOS Art, there will be an art exhibit on display in the lobby featuring Inside Out, an exhibit curated by Jay DeFazio, with a multitude of transgender artists paired with local poets. This is a wonderful event to support both transgender and LGBT community members in both art and music.

Tickets are $30 and the experience includes pre-show hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, and admission to the exhibit Inside Out, with an opportunity to mix and mingle with artists from the show. Ticket price will rise to $35 the day of the event.

About YPCC: Young Professionals Choral Collective is an innovative choir of 21-45 year old’s that are all about community, culture, and singing in unique spaces.

About MUSE: Muse is a Women’s Chorus that performs at a variety of venues and areas with diverse community members to promote peace, equality, and justice.

About Inside Art: Inside Out is a community-based art initiative celebrating the strength, beauty, and resiliency of transgender individuals. Their goal is to bring together members of the transgender community to participate in a collaborative and supportive art experience.

About Manuel Iris: Manuel Iris is a Mexican poet and focuses his writing on life, eternity, and the bridges that unite them: beauty and death.

YPCC Rehearsals

YPCC is committed to protecting its singers and audience. For the Spring Awakening concert at The Carnegie, the audience must be vaccinated and masked. Extra masks will be available at the venue. Please see YPCC’s Covid Safety Measures here.

This program is made possible in part by state tax dollars allocated by the Ohio Legislature to the Ohio Arts Council (OAC). The OAC is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally, and economically. This program is also supported by the generosity of more than 1,700 ArtsWave Pride contributors to the ArtsWave Community Campaign and funded in part by a grant from Greater Cincinnati Foundation.

Set Yourself Up For A Successful Heart Mini Marathon

The road running season is in full swing, and the unofficial start of Cincinnati’s race season begins with The Heart Mini Marathon 15k and Half-Marathon coming up on March 12, an event that has you running through the streets of downtown as well as Columbia Parkway.  This race is notorious for being deceptively challenging due to the rolling hills on Columbia Parkway and the long, steep-ish ascent AND descent on Torrence Parkway. In order to help you have an enjoyable race, we’d like to provide some race day tips that will ensure you run this course like a boss!

Familiarize Yourself With The Course

This run course starts downtown and becomes fairly challenging once you leave downtown and travel east on Columbia Parkway. When driving on the parkway, it doesn’t feel like there is a lot of elevation gain/loss but traveling on it by foot proves otherwise. You will not encounter a flat section of Columbia Parkway, and so if you’re not running uphill then you’re running downhill. To add an extra level of difficulty to the 15k and ½ Marathon (there’s also a 1k and 5k), the race course veers up Torrence Parkway, a long and steeper ascent that will require you to run back down it before you make the turn to downtown and the finish (15k) or continue through Kentucky in order to finish back downtown (½ marathoners). Familiarizing yourself with this course is key to creating a race strategy that allows you to run at a sustainable pace as well as utilize running tips that will allow you to be efficient in navigating the hilly portions of the course.

Manage Your Pace Like A Pro

When running a long distance race, the pace you had planned to run on race day may need to be adjusted when external variables are put into consideration. These factors can include wind, air temperature, precipitation, humidity, and elevation profile. In order to prevent “hitting the wall” – ie. running out of energy which leads to considerable slowing of your pace, cramping, feeling ill, or even experiencing gastrointestinal issues – it is important that you not run beyond your energetic capacity. Translation:  Do not run at a pace that gets you out of breath too early in the race or out of breath too many times during the race.

On this particular race course, this means keeping your breath rate at a level in which you’re able to talk to someone without gasping for air. Your breathing can be labored, but you should be able to talk to someone next to you without having to take deep breaths between every few words.

Quick Tips For Managing Your Pace Like A Pro:
  • Slow your pace when running uphill if your breath rate begins to rise too much.
  • Increase your pace when running downhill to make up for lost speed on the uphill.
  • Use the talk test to make sure you’re not overexerting yourself.  You should be able to talk in short sentences without gasping for air or losing your breath further.
  • If it is warmer or more humid, your heart rate and breath rate will rise automatically.  Know and understand that you will not be able to run at the same pace during these types of conditions as compared to cooler, less humid conditions unless you have been specifically training in these same conditions.
Run Up and Downhill Efficiently

Powering your body up and down hills can either be done efficiently or less efficiently.  Doing so in an efficient manner allows you to control your heart and breath rate better (which you now know is very beneficial for managing your pace), and it also reduces your risk of developing a tissue injury–ie. soft tissue strain, bone irritation, and stress fractures.

Running uphill requires more muscular force to push your body up the hill, thus creating an opportunity to strain a muscle. Running downhill magnifies the stresses placed on bone, tendons, and muscles as they work to manage the extra forces placed on the body.  (Learn more about preventing injuries while running on hills.)

Crossing The Finish Line
Quick Tips To Improve Your Running Efficiency On Hills

When running uphill:

  • Lean into the hill slightly by leaning forward at the ankles (not the waist) with a tall posture.
  • Keep your head held upright, and look 4-5ft in front of you. Don’t look directly down.
  • Run with a quicker cadence to help maintain a short step length. This allows you to land underneath your center of gravity, which is much more efficient than if you land further away from your center of gravity.
  • As each foot makes contact with the ground, think about pushing your foot through the ground to propel you forward and up the hill. This allows you to recruit the appropriate hip and thigh muscles without over-recruiting your hamstring and calf muscles.
  • Keep your hands high and use your torso to help swing your arms back and forth at the same cadence as your legs.
  • Smile!  And if the going gets tough, recite an inspirational quote or sing a happy song to yourself. You will feel lighter going up the hill if you do this as compared to grimacing the entire way up.  Guaranteed!

When running downhill:

  • Maintain the same upright posture, but do not lean forward unless you are experienced in running downhill at a higher rate of speed. Leaning forward downhill is a good way to pick up “free” speed (making up for lost time without expending much extra energy), but you must be strong and coordinated enough to handle such speeds. Otherwise, leaning into a hill can set you up for an overload injury. Rather, lean backward slightly into the hill behind you to prevent yourself from picking up too much speed.
  • Maintain a quick cadence so that your step length does not get too far in front of you.  Again, this will improve your efficiency and allow for less impact forces to enter your legs no matter what pace you are running. This will not only allow you to conserve precious energy while maintaining a good pace, but running in this manner will reduce your risk of developing excessive tissue strain that could lead to a significant injury.  [Learn more about running cadence here.]

Mid-March is always an exciting time for the Cincinnati running community because of the start of road racing season. The Heart Mini Marathon is a harbinger of more races to come, and if you manage this race well you can set yourself up for a good spring and summer running season ahead of you. Happy running!

Want even more information to help you become a better runner?  Check out The Runner’s Corral for tons of free content about training, injury prevention, and performance!

By Eric Oliver, PT, Run Coach

WHO DEY ART

It’s a positive time for the city of Cincinnati and everyone is showing their pride for the
Bengals Football Team! The Bengals have influenced a joyous shift in energy in the Queen City this season and what a great time of year it is, being the year of the Tiger!
Our communities are coming together in comradery to support the players of the
Cincinnati Bengals to their championship game and Local Artists all over town are
illustrating their passion for the team! It’s incredible to see the crossover of sports and
arts and Cincinnati is the perfect place to experience it!

Photo by: Christen Collins

The Art Academy of Cincinnati is known for always encouraging creative expression
and has been helping people connect with what inspires them for over 100 years! This
historic school recognizes how much the Bengals going to the Super Bowl has
motivated people to come together and that it shares a sense of history in the making.
The Academy recently changed their “A’ sign on the outside of the building from a blank
orange background to adding tiger stripes to show their support for the team as we
cheer them onto victory!

Photos by: Christen Collins

Right around the corner from the AAC you can find a mural by artist Floyd Johnson that
says, “No matter how much it hurts you have to keep going”. This quote is just one of
Floyds encouraging messages that he provides for the people of Cincinnati and his
current work does the same with the phrase, “Cincinnati Against the World”! This
saying appeared as the Bengals progression picked up speed and recognition. Floyd is
the founder of Ohio Against the World and his new design says it all when it comes to
not underestimating the power of Cincinnati, Ohio! You can purchase garments from
him that have these words on them in an effort to represent the greatness of this area
and the people that are from here! https://www.instagram.com/floydfromohio/

Photos by: Christen Collins
Photos by: Christen Collins

Arnold’s Bar and Grill is known for being a canvas of art outside and within! The family-owned business features a window painting by Bill Humphrey that specializes in
lettering! These diehard fans know how to praise their favorite team with this window
display, cheers to Who Dey! https://www.instagram.com/arnolds_cincinnati/ https://www.instagram.com/billhumphrey1.618/

Design by: Rebekah Del Matto

Even their General Manager, Rebekah Del Matto is getting into the spirit of things with
her whimsical designs as a Mural Painter, otherwise known as the Cincy Wallflower!
Year of the Tiger? More like “Year of the Bengals”! https://www.instagram.com/cincywallflower/

Painting & Photo by: Javarri Lewis

Local Artist Javarri Lewis pays homage to the Cincinnati Bengals by painting the
players portraits as his contribution to the respect he has for them. He first started
displaying these incredible paintings on his fire escape in Over-The-Rhine to give the
community a visual of what representing pride looks like in the neighborhood. Since
then, he has made several paintings of the beloved players and continues to root them
on as they head to the Super Bowl! https://www.instagram.com/javarrilewis/

Photo by: Christen Collins
Photo by: Christen Collins

Two permanent Bengals themed murals that Cincinnati is excited to have, are located
on Central Avenue by the talented Artist, Bunk News also known as Visual Junk. These
clever wall pieces are throwbacks of classic cartoon characters that add to the jovial
vibrations that the city is experiencing right now. With an effort to keep the happy
momentum going, these pieces are truly inspiring and a lot of fun to see!
https://www.instagram.com/bunk_news/ https://www.instagram.com/visualjunk/


No matter if you’re a new fan or have been for your entire life, you can’t help but to take notice of and be moved by the positive impact that celebrating the Cincinnati Bengals has had on the people of Cincinnati. Through art and sports, we can come together on the same ground and have a sense of hope for better things as our Bengals take on their championship game!

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