CINCINNATI, OH – October 3, 2022 – The highly anticipated Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market is back and even bigger this year with 325+ vendors for its 22nd annual show.
One of the largest of its kind in the Midwest, the Cincy Holiday Market features 325+ vendors with everything you need to make your season bright. This is the premier holiday shopping event of the season with hundreds of local boutiques and specialty stores all in one place, one weekend only, November 11-13 at the Duke Energy Convention Center.
This beloved Cincinnati holiday tradition boasts an expansive variety of unique holiday gifts, décor, apparel, toys, handmade treasures, gourmet food and baked goods to delight the senses and spark joy into your life as you get into the holiday spirit. The show returns with several new features, a new charitable partnership and an abundance of giveaways. Show features include:
VIP ACCESS + DISCOUNTS
Shop VIP style on Friday from 8-11:00 a.m. before the general public! VIP ticketholders receive exclusive early access, a VIP bag, special discounts, and more.
Free general admission* for active military, veterans, police, fire and first responders on Friday, Nov. 11 with valid ID. *Please note, this offer does not extend to family members and is only valid during regular show hours 11:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.
PACKAGE CHECK FOR A CAUSE (new this year!)
The Cincy Holiday Market has partnered with the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana to support critically ill local children, their families and their caregivers. When you check packages at the hold area, be sure to give them a tip or donate to make more local wishes come true this holiday season!
CINCINNATI ZOO PHOTO OPP (new this year!)
Say hello and snap a pic with some of Cincy’s favorite zookeeper friends at the entrance!
FREE GIFT WRAPPING (new this year!)
Stop by the Cincinnati Open Box Outlet booth to have your gifts wrapped for free!
PHOTOS WITH SANTA
Snap your Santa selfie during select hours throughout the weekend. Donations to the Butler County Special Olympics are welcome.
GIRLS NIGHT OUT
Grab your gal pals for a glorious evening night out with shopping, wine, more. Discounted tickets are available for Girls Night Out both Friday and Saturday from 4-7:00 p.m.
MERRY MONEY DRAWINGS
Show guests can enter to win hourly drawings for $50 in Merry Money redeemable at any one vendor during the show weekend only.
WINE + APPETIZER LOUNGE
Take a break from your holiday haul to grab a bite and a glass of wine! Enjoy a variety of cheeses, jams, chutneys, hummus, artisan crackers and breads to complement your wine.
Snag unique giveaways from vendors on the official Cincy Holiday Market Facebook page leading up to and on-site at the show. Giveaway items include jewelry, tasty treats, artisan candles, holiday décor and so much more!
More Information and Tickets
“We are so excited to welcome Cincinnati’s passionate holiday shoppers back this year to sip, shop and sleigh their holiday gift lists,” said Rosanna Hrabnicky, Marketplace Events Ohio Group Manager. “The Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market truly kicks off the holiday season for the Queen City, and we are bringing you more holiday fun and festivities than ever before. We are so proud to showcase so many local and regional boutiques, artisans and exhibitors, and can’t wait for you to join us for a weekend full of joy, shopping and holiday cheer!”
Visit the Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market’s official social media for the latest updates, exclusive specials, discounts and giveaways @cincyholidaymarket on Facebook and Instagram.
Find more information, view the full schedule and buy tickets at cincinnatiholidaymarket.com. Buy online to save $2 on general adult admission tickets courtesy of General Electric Credit Union.
About Marketplace Events Marketplace Events creates vibrant expositions connecting enthusiasts with experts, products and services in dynamic face-to-face environments. The company produces more than 75 consumer shows in North America including home, garden, holiday and wedding shows. The 75+ combined events, in 35 markets, currently attract 22,000 exhibitors, 2 million attendees and another 3 million unique web visitors annually. The company produces some of the most successful and longest-running shows in North America, including market-leading shows in Minneapolis, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal—some of which have thrived in their markets for more than 75 years. For a full list of upcoming events visit marketplaceevents.com
In the heart of Over-the-Rhine is a charming walkway filled with a variety of colorful art that has an incredible amount of detail to discover at every angle! Imagination Alley is a delightful place to join together with friends and family to experience the beauty that thrives within the city of Cincinnati. This reimagined space has been transformed into a creative hideaway for the community to engage in. The whimsical art that is permanently on display was made by a collaboration of local artists and residents to encourage everyone to enjoy the environment around them.
The Art of Imagination Alley
At the entrance is an amazing archway to walk under and around with mosaic tiles and inspirational messages. The words, “Imagine Peace and Unity”, are at the top of the arch to welcome people into the space. Along the walls and on the ground are more mosaic pieces depicting images in nature with inspiring phrases to uplift and bring a sense of joy. Lead artist and project manager Suzanne Fisher worked with local community centers and art clubs such as The Art Academy of Cincinnati and Peaslee Neighborhood Center to bring the design to life. The installation of the mosaic works of art throughout the alley were developed by hundreds of people and remain a cherished part of OTR.
Another awesome element to this space is the huge mural stretching across one of the buildings that brightens up the bricks and brings joy to all who encounter it. Its captivating movement leads you down the alley with a vibrant design that displays endearing qualities of shared sentimental moments.
Events and More
The “pocket park” has a series of Pop – Up Play sessions that are fun and educational for neighbors and visitors alike. Artisans, educators and nearby businesses host DIY events for people of all ages to learn something new. Not only is this unique environment a way to admire the city, but it cultivates an opportunity to connect with others, with nature, and the art itself. Imagination Alley is Located at 1317 Vine Street Cincinnati, OH 45202.
Imagination Alley’s Moto:
“Everyone is welcome here
Black lives matter here
People homeless matter here
For some, this is our yard in the city
It’s a gathering place for quiet, for conversation, for family fun
We want everyone to be respected, safe, and culturally embraced
The peoples’ art and creativity can flourish here
We are family, all part of the beloved community.”
Fall is here and we’ve got so many wonderful ways to celebrate the month-long occasion full of flannel and cool weather.
For all of your fall 2022 needs—scares, tricks, treats, crafts, corn mazes, festivals, and more—check out the list below of the many fun goings on over the next few months. All events are linked to a site with more information regarding admission costs, dates and times, and location.
For admission information, dates, and more details about the events, click on the corresponding link below.
September 17–October 31 Online ticket purchase is required to attend Fall on the Farm. Admission includes hayrides, Pumpkin Bounce Pad, corn maze, mini corn maze, bee train, play area, Barnyard 500 Trike Track, farm animals, Spookley, and more! The Beer Garden is open on the weekends. Tickets start at $5.95 and must be purchased online. Leashed pets are allowed.
Saturdays and Sundays, September 24–October 30, 10a–6p (weather permitting) Pumpkins, corn stalks, mums, gourds, apple cider, animated pumpkin land characters, games, food, music, farm animals, crafters and more. Admission is $14 per person (children 2 and under are free; ages 65 and older are $10)
Weekends in October Corn maze, skid maze, Halloween scavenger hunt, locally grown apples, crawl-thru straw tunnel, corn pool, and weekend hayrides to a pumpkin patch and sunflower field (when in bloom).
September 10–October 30 General admission is free and includes kiddie corn maze, sand tunnels play area, hay pyramid, and farm animals. For an additional cost, you can experience U-pick pumpkins, hayride, and much more.
Last weekend in September and all October weekends, 11a–5p Pumpkins and hayrides, corn maze, bakery (with apple fritters, pies, cinnamon-cider donuts, cookies, and more!), market and store, apples, and special events. Click here for a coupon for $1 off purchase of $10 or more
September 24–October 31 Indoor, kid friendly maze as well as friendly ghosts, skeletons, and more. Each child will receive a bag of trick-or-treat candy, plus new Halloween mini scenes and a Halloween themed train display.
Saturdays (11a–6p) and Sundays (12–5p), September 25–October 23 Activities include pumpkin jump pad, pedal tractors, pedal implements, farm animals, make your own animal feed, corn maze, corn barn, hay tower and slides, pumpkin launcher, and more! $14 per person general farm admission (includes all activities, kids 2 and under free)
Select days, September 25–October 30 Admission includes one-of-a-kind fall festival with amazing food, activities, live entertainment, more than a dozen trick-or-treat stops, costume contests, crafts, games, seasonal merchandise, and access to the park’s rides and attractions. Tickets starting at $29.99; military discounts available
September 16–October 30; Fridays and Saturdays 10a–10p, Sundays 11a–7p Admission includes: hayride around the Farm, picnic shelters, bonfires, games, The Great Pumpkin Express Rides, 5-acre Corn Maze, Kinman’s Carnival Tent, live bands, tricycle ride for the little ones, and laser tag. New this year: tunnels slides, dirt mound climbing, and straw pyramid. Everyone gets a pumpkin to take home, too! Open daily, but activities take place on the weekends.
Every weekend in October, 12–6p McMonigle Farms offers the most affordable and unique pumpkin patch in Middletown, Ohio. Admission includes: U-pick pumpkins, hayrides, one-acre clueless corn maze, cow train rides, arm animals, FREE straw maze, large play area, and seasonal treats.
September 23–October 31 (more info) There’s something for every member of your family: horse-drawn wagon rides, crafters and artisans, live music, home cooked food by Four Mile Pig, wine tastings by local wineries, homemade ice cream, pumpkin patch, 3+ acre corn maze, kids corn play pit, toddler corn maze, farm stand, petting zoo, barrel train, model train display. Weekend activities admission (10a–6p): $5 (ages 3 and up); weekdays (9a–6p): free Leashed pets are allowed
September 23–October 30 Thursday 6–9p (group reservations only during the day), Friday 4–9p (concessions available after 6), Saturday 11a–9p, Sunday 1–6p Tickets include: 4-acre corn maze, hayrides, kids tractor play area, wagon ride, human foosball, duck races, pipe swings, climbing hill, jumping pillow, and so much more! $15 general admission wristband must be purchased for children 2 and above (children under 2 are free) and includes access to all activities. Tickets are available here.
Weekends in September (starting the third weekend) through October 31, 9a–6p (Monday–Saturday), 9a–5p (Sunday) Huge corn maze with a kid-friendly treasure hunt, two interactive playgrounds, and horse- and tractor-drawn hayrides through the scenic countryside. General admission is free. Click here for activity pricing information and to purchase tickets.
Haunted Houses, Trails, and Attractions
Cincinnati goes all out for haunted houses; many of which include extraordinary makeup, spooky settings, and animatronics. Here’s a list of haunted houses and trails to visit this Halloween season:
All Hallows’ Eve (Williamsburg) Fridays and Saturdays, September 2–November 5, 7p–12a Admission starts at $30 to Terror Town (Ultimate Horror and Weekend Passes are also available)
Brimstone Haunt (Wilmington) Friday and Saturday nights September 24 through October 31 Admission for a combo admission pass to the Haunted Hayride ($XX), Forgotten Forest ($XX), Psychosis ($XX), and Zombie Assault ($XX) to be determined. Fast Pass also available. Click here to purchase your tickets online. (Save by buying online. A $2 fee will be added to each ticket purchased in person.) Parking costs $3 cash at the door
The Dent Schoolhouse (Dent) Weekends, September 16–November 5, and all Thursdays in October General admission starting at $20, with options for fast pass and front of the line options also available (view ticketing options here) Family friendly Lights On Tour will be Sunday, October 23, 4–6p
Select nights, September 23–October 29 Bone-chilling scare mazes and scare zones, sinister live entertainment, and hundreds of horrifying creatures lurking in the fog and hiding in every corner of the park. Haunting Halloween activities plus some of the most exhilarating night rides in the country. Not recommended for children under 13. No re-entry after 6p. Tickets starting at $44.99; military discounts available
Friday and Saturday nights, 7p–1a, September 9–October 30 Five premium haunted houses, including Dysphoria, Dr. Psycho’s Haunted Estate, Phobia, Temple of Terror, and The Killer Klown House, plus other attractions and entertainment. Food and drinks available for purchase. Click here for ticketing information.
Mt. Healthy Haunted Hall (Mt. Healthy) Friday, Saturday (8–11p), and Sunday (7–9p) from September 30–October 29 (closed October 30) Entry is $12 (click here for information about available discounts), Fastpasses available for $18, no discounts Lights Up Night will be Sunday, October 23, 6–6:45p (cost is $5 per child, free for adults)
Sandyland Acres (Petersburg, KY) Friday and Saturday nights (8p–midnight) from September 16–October 29 (closed October 30) Hayride ($15), Haunted Barn ($12), or a combo for $25. Cash only, free parking. Click here for more information.
USS Nightmare (Newport, KY) September 17–18, September 24–November 6 (closed Mondays and Tuesdays) Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday, 7–11p Friday and Saturday, 7p–1a General admission prices from $18–30, with Fast Pass admission being $28–50. Front-of-the-line and season passes also available.
Click here to view all ticketing options. Lights On Matinee, October 24, 4–6p
Do you favor the paranormal over costumes and actors? Don’t worry, there are several options for paranormal and haunted ghost tours in greater Cincinnati.
Bobby Mackey’s Music World Paranormal Tour (Wilder, KY)
$35 per person for a two-hour tour
Two-hour guided tours, private group investigations, and public event hosting at one of the most haunted nightclubs in the country.
Looking for gifts this holiday season? What about decor to spruce up your home? Shop local at one of many art festivals and craft fairs this fall. For information regarding the event and admission, click on the corresponding link.
December 17 and 18: The City Flea Holiday Market at Washington Park
Have any questions about what’s going on this fall? Just ask!
Written by: Linsey Kraeling – Woman, wife, and mother about town, proud millennial, and lifelong Cincinnatian with an invested interest in community involvement and having a full plate—literally and figuratively. Follow along with and read more about eating like a sophisticated six-year-old, supporting local, and acting like a tourist in her own city at instagram.com/linsinnati and tourdecincinnati.com.
Cincinnati Magazine is inviting guests to ENTER their First Ever ‘Great Bake-Off’ Competition!
Cincinnati’s artistic and imaginative baking community will be taking center stage this October in Cincinnati Magazine’s inaugural ‘Great Bake-off’ confectionary competition. Both professional and at-home bakers are invited to apply NOW to participate in the following categories:
Celebrate Cincinnati Cake Decorating
Pies to Die For
Gimme Gimme Cookies + Brownies
Knead More Bread
Professional and amateur bakers will compete throughout the Great Bake-off week followed by a sweet and savory celebration of all the baked goodness as the winners are announced!
Baker applications accepted NOW through September 26.
Participants will be announced September 28.
Entries will be judged October 16-19.
The public is invited to purchase tickets to the Great Bake-off ceremony and celebration on Thursday, October 20 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Great Bake-off judging and the public celebration will be held at the Midwest Culinary Institute.
Why let the Brits have all the fun?! It’s time for the Queen City’s best bakers to show up and show off their confectionary creations in this ultimate baking battle, followed by an epic party!
Both professional and amateur bakers are invited to apply to participate. The entire community is invited to purchase tickets and attend the party on October 20.
If you’ve ever considered living downtown, Cincinnati Magazine’s Downtown Living Tour 2022 is for you!
This exclusive, self-guided tour is designed to showcase the perks and sights of living downtown including modern conveniences, luxurious living spaces, historic sites, whimsical hidden gems, and more. The tour is set for Saturday, October 8 from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Whether you want to learn more about downtown neighborhoods or fall in love with your new downtown home, the 2022 Downtown Living Tour is an unforgettable experience for everyone.
Tickets are just $20 and include a swag bag of goodies, tour map, program, snacks and drinks. You will also receive exclusive access to the common spaces, amenities, and living spaces of luxury properties including Shillito Lofts, Avril Lofts, The Renaissance and more.
Attendees will get a behind-the-scenes look at some of downtown’s most popular spots and businesses. These include places such as: 21C, Maverick Chocolate, Revel Urban Winery, Northside Distillery, Shires’ Cafe, Churchill’s Fine Teas, and More!
“Downtown Cincinnati has so much to offer. From quaint cafés, to stylish bars, and gorgeous murals, to artsy meet up spots, this year’s tour was designed to highlight some of the Queen City’s best things to eat, see and do,” said Ivy Bayer, Publisher of Cincinnati Magazine. “The best part of living downtown is everything is just outside your front door. As the city’s magazine, we are proud to partner with so many stunning downtown properties and businesses to showcase the luxury of living downtown.”
Registration and the easy self-guided tour starts at On The Rhine Eatery located at 100 E. Court St. above the Kroger store. Easy access parking is located in 3CDC garage at the Kroger store.
The 2022 Downtown Living Tour is sponsored by 21c Museum Hotel, Kroger, Downtown Cincinnati, Inc., F. Gavina & Sons, Santa Margherita, and Don Francisco’s Coffee.
Doing good never tasted so good! Brighton Center’s 15th annual Wine Over Water fundraiser will take place on September 24 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on the Purple People Bridge in Newport, Kentucky. Wine Over Water is an evening of tasting exquisite wines, local beer, spirits, and delectable foods all while raising funds to support a vital community resource – Brighton Center.
Wine Over Water will feature exceptional food and drinks from a variety of locally-owned establishments, including Better Blend, Carabello Coffee’s Analog Bar, CENTER TABLE, Catering with a Purpose, City BBQ, Gee’s Caribbean Style, Little Spoon Bakery & Café, Lumpia Queen, Mama Afrique Nigerian Cuisine Food Truck, New Riff Distilling, Old 502 Winery, One Stop Liquors, The Party Source, Stonebrook Winery, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Uncorked, and West Sixth Brewing.
Guests will enjoy spectacular views from the bridge and live entertainment from Seanti-Aeris.
General Admission tickets are $40 each and include six tasting tickets for food and six tasting tickets for drinks, with a complimentary tasting glass.
VIP admission is $250 for a table for two and $500 for a table for four. The VIP area is sponsored by Jim’s Fine Wine & Spirits and includes specially selected wine, a private table for the entire evening in a tented VIP area, appetizers catered by Brighton Center’s CENTER TABLE, Catering with a Purpose, specially selected items by Urban Stead Cheese, and a complimentary wine tumbler along with general admission tasting tickets for food and drinks from vendors on the bridge.
New this year is an exclusive sold-out lounge area. Guests will enjoy a relaxing lounge area on the bridge, complete with casual seating opportunities, where they will receive an individual graze box by Peace. Love. Charcuterie, additional wine tastings provided by Jim’s Fine Wine & Spirits, as well as the general admission tasting tickets for food and drinks from vendors on the bridge.
“Wine Over Water is a unique fundraiser that supports our more than 40 distinct programs and services at Brighton Center, all aimed at helping individuals and families on their path to self-sufficiency. Everyone who purchases a ticket to this event is playing a part in supporting our mission and the thousands of lives we impact throughout the region,” said Wonda Winkler, President & CEO of Brighton Center.
We are grateful for the generous support of our sponsors Biller & Kimble, LLC, Celanese, Newport Racing & Gaming, Turfway Park Racing & Gaming, and Truist. To see a full list of sponsors, please visit www.brightoncenter.com.
About Brighton Center
The mission of Brighton Center, Inc. is to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education, employment, and leadership. Brighton Center impacts the lives of thousands of infants to older adults through over 40 programs across all of Northern Kentucky and beyond. For more information about Brighton Center, visit www.brightoncenter.com
The Bengals are BACK baby! As much as we love Summer and are sad to say goodbye, Fall comes with too many goodies to not be excited about. Pumpkin patches, Halloween, great weather, and most importantly, football! If you like being out and about on game days, this blog is for you. We have a list of great spots to catch the game where you can cheer on the Bengals with a crowd of fans.
Bircus Brewing Covington
Bircus is showing the games in Covington all season! Eat some pizza and drink great beers while cheering on the Joey B Show!
Braxton Barrel House
Every Sunday, football will be going on every TV and the audio will be on!
Every Sunday, football will be going on every TV and the audio will be on!
Every Game Day, football will be on, live DJ before all games, and beer buckets for purchase!
Dave and Busters
Huge TV’s, fresh wings, and fun games for halftime.
Play football while watching the game! Game will be on multiple TV’s, a huge screen, and audio will be ON. You can bring your own food, full bar available + beer bucket specials, and you can win prizes throughout the game!
Galla Park Gastro
Every Sunday, football will be going on every TV and the audio will be on!
Holy Grail Tavern
Stop by for the pre-game show or stay for the whole game! Cold beers and the game on.
In Between Tavern
Steps away from the Bengals stadium, this is the place to be before, during, and after any game!
Keystone Bar and Grill
Kick off game DEY in the Cov – All-you-can-eat buffet including hot dogs, sliders, wings, buffalo chicken dip, and more!
Specialty cocktails like the $6 Shooter McPherson, $7 The Griddy, $8 Joe-to-‘Marr-g, and $18 domestic buckets.
Garage will be open and there will be drink specials, a shot table, swag giveaways, and MORE!
Watch the game on the TVs, or swing through before heading to the game!
Enjoy the Game on all TV’s with sound.
Food specials, signature cocktails, sweet merch, and fan-favorite giveaways.
Moerlein Lager House
Amazing pre-fest party before every game – enjoy a bounce house, live DJ, fowling, a photo booth, and more!
Stay for the game and enjoy our full menu of food and drinks.
Newport on the Levee
Game will be on the big screen. Enjoy live music, food and drink vendors, and activities for the whole family.
O’Bryans Bar and Grill
Enjoy cold beers, fresh food, and the game on every TV.
O’Malley’s in the Alley
Steps away from the Bengals stadium, this is the place to be before, during, and after any game!
Avoid the crowds and head to OTR StillHouse before, during, or after any Bengals game. Free parking, craft beer, and house made cocktails.
Join Streetside for every Bengals game this season – cold beer, cocktails, and food from Black Dog Grille
Touchdown Shots, ‘Jungle Juice’ Cocktails, and the game on every TV!
Hundreds of Cyclists Hit the Road to Bring World-Class Cancer Care to Cincinnati
Hundreds of Greater Cincinnati bicycle enthusiasts, cancer survivors and their families, the UC Health Barrett Cancer Center, John and Eileen Barrett, Dr. William Barrett
The 16th annual Ride Cincinnati bicycle event benefiting life-saving local cancer research at the Barrett Cancer Center at UC Health and partner health systems. To date, the ride has raised more than $5.5 million for cancer research and funded 57 grants that benefit local families. The 2021 ride raised a record-setting $1 million!
This year’s ride features new routes that will begin at Yeatman’s cove and remain on the Ohio side of the river. Food, water and restrooms will be provided on the course.
Yeatman’s Cove, Cincinnati, OH
Friday, September 16, 2022 – Kickoff party at Top of the Park at the Phelps for riders and guests starts at 5 p.m.
Saturday, September 17, 2022
Late registration and packet pickup begins at 6:00am
100 miles – starts at 6:30 a.m.
50 miles – starts at 8:30 a.m.
20 & 28 miles –starts at 9:30 a.m.
15 miles –starts at 10:00 a.m.
8 miles – starts at 10:30 a.m.
ABOUT RIDE CINCINNATI
Established in 2007, Ride Cincinnati is an annual bicycle event for all abilities held at Yeatman’s Cove. Funds raised through Ride Cincinnati benefit all cancer research at the UC Health Barrett Cancer Center and local partner health systems. For more information visit www.ridecincinnati.org.
Riders are encouraged to connect with Ride Cincinnati on social media using hashtag #RideCincinnati on the following sites:
Once the turkey is eaten and the parade is over, what can you do with the rest of your holiday weekend? How about a fun and challenging scavenger hunt that takes you exploring through four Northern Kentucky neighborhoods?
The Finders Keepers Thanksgiving Weekend Scavenger Hunt is perfect for a family, couple or group of friends. With your Code Kit, you’ll have everything you need for up to four players. You can do the hunt any time between Thanksgiving morning and the evening of Sunday November 27th.
What the Hunt Entails
Put on your spectacles and thinking caps because the puzzles require sharp eyes and a clever mind. There are four neighborhoods included in the hunt: downtown Covington, MainStrasse Village, historic downtown Newport and Bellevue’s Fairfield Avenue entertainment district. Each neighborhood has several puzzles to solve, mostly based on the public art and architecture you’ll encounter.
You’ll find clues, crack codes and test your brain as you solve the puzzles and do the photo challenges. Submit your answers when you’re done, and you could win art from local artists and prizes from NKY businesses.
The puzzles are intended for smarty pants adults and kids ages 12 and up. Younger kids can help spot the clues and play in the park and open spaces included on the hunt.
Registration for Finders Keepers closes on November 18, so don’t delay. Reserve your Code Kit here. Proceeds help support the arts in NKY.