Column: The Echo vibrates with coziness

A local restaurant review By Paige Wilson, Guest Writer Picture yourself in a quintessential diner.  You would most likely see a long, high-top bar with strangers sitting close to one another; waiters and waitresses frantically bussing tables; and white ceramic plates piled high with eggs, bacon and every kind of breakfast potato. If you pictured this, then you have conjured up The Echo in Hyde Park.  I first went to The Echo on a recommendation from a friend who proclaimed it was “hangover food from heaven.” I decided to test the theory, and I am happy to say it did … Continue reading Column: The Echo vibrates with coziness

Cincinnati prepares for the Big Game

Bengals pep rally ignites a week of celebration and anticipation By Kayla Ross, Spencer de Tenley and Lilly Cotton Paul Brown Stadium was aglow on Monday, as the city of Cincinnati rallied together to kickstart Super Bowl week. The Bengals hosted a pep rally to celebrate its team and prepare for their trip to Los Angeles. Over 30,000 Cincinnatians were in attendance after tickets sold out in hours. The night started with an appearance and a few words from the Cincinnati Major Aftab Pureval, which was followed by hype music and a performance from the team’s mascot, Who Dey, and … Continue reading Cincinnati prepares for the Big Game

Some Cincinnati events you won’t want to miss

Check out a few of the upcoming events the Queen City has to offer you By Kate Ferrell, A&E Page Editor Cincinnati is a bustling hub of activity, culture and people. With fall just around the corner, Cincinnati is pulling out all of the stops to keep the people entertained and coming back for more. If you’re looking for something fun to do on your weekends and to take a break from the stress of life and academics, you might want to check out some of these events coming to our very own Queen City.  The Krohn Conservatory Butterfly Show … Continue reading Some Cincinnati events you won’t want to miss