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CINCINNATI (6.24.13) – On Thursday June 27th, join Gain and other fellow Salsa lovers at Fountain Square as they attempt to break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORD for “Most Salsa Dancers” at Salsa on the Square—and smell amazing while doing it. In order to reach this remarkable achievement they need 2,000 people to participate, and that is where you come in!
Registration for this FREE Salsa extravaganza begins at 6pm. Upon signing in, participants will be eligible to receive free samples of Gain, register for prizes, and pick up a free fantastically-fresh smelling T-shirt to dance the night away. Read more
Photo by Jonathan Robert Willis
with Beth Current, Mike Mains & The Branches
June 14, 2013
Fountain Square, Cincinnati, OH
Free, All Ages, 8 pm show
Started by brothers Aaron and Ryan Morgan in ’04, Seabird generated a simmering street buzz with their EPs Spread Your Broken Wings and Try and Let Me Go On. Signing with Credential Recordings/EMI, the band made its national debut with ‘Til We See the Shore (2008) and its lead single “Rescue,” which spent multiple weeks at No. 1 on MTVU’s “Most Wanted,” appeared on mtvU’s “The Freshmen” and became the soundtrack for the lead promos of ABC’s 12-time Emmy-nominated “Pushing Daisies.” Read more
CINCINNATI (June 10, 2013) – The Freaky Friday events on Fountain Square continue this week with the Camp Washington Chili Coney Eating Contest on Friday, June 14. Come down to the square from Noon to 1:00 p.m. for some good old-fashioned fun.
In the contest, twelve people complete against each other in a timed event. The object is to eat as many cheese coneys as possible in three minutes. The record is thirteen.
One of the original chili parlors in the city, Camp Washington Chili has been in business on the same Colerain Avenue corner since 1940, five minutes from downtown off the Hopple Street exit. They have been recognized nationally in Bon Appetit Magazine as one of the top 10 chili parlors in the United States. Three different shows on the Travel Channel featured Camp Washington Chili: Man v. Food, Chili Paradise, and 101 Places to Chow Down in America. The Food Network’s “Al Roker on the Road” has featured Camp Washington Chili, and the restaurant has won a James Beard Award. Read more