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Chamber Music Cincinnati

Downtown

Approximately 0.36 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Chamber Music Cincinnati

Downtown

Approximately 0.36 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Founded in 1929 Chamber Music is the country’s third longest-lived chamber music organization, the only one in our region that exclusively presents international touring... Read more

Founded in 1929 Chamber Music is the country’s third longest-lived chamber music organization, the only one in our region that exclusively presents international touring chamber musicians who are at or approaching the pinnacle of their art. They present six concerts annually by artists ranging from soloists to octets.

Beyond the Bricks: Outdoor Building Tour of Cincinnati Music Hall

Downtown

Approximately 0.36 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel
Music Hall - Beyond the Bricks Tour

Beyond the Bricks: Outdoor Building Tour of Cincinnati Music Hall

Downtown

Approximately 0.36 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Join us for a 90-minute outdoor walking tour of this National Historic Landmark. The Friends of Music Hall’s knowledgeable guides take you “Beyond the Bricks” for a 360... Read more

Join us for a 90-minute outdoor walking tour of this National Historic Landmark. The Friends of Music Hall’s knowledgeable guides take you “Beyond the Bricks” for a 360 degree, around-the-building view of Cincinnati Music Hall’s history and fabulous architecture.   Learn about Music Hall’s design construction, architectural styles and the cultural neighborhood of 1878. Historians, architecture... Read More

Music Hall

Downtown

Approximately 0.37 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel
Music Hall in the fall (photo: Abby Erwin)

Music Hall

Downtown

Approximately 0.37 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Located in Over-the-Rhine overlooking Washington Park, Music Hall is home to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati... Read more

Located in Over-the-Rhine overlooking Washington Park, Music Hall is home to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Opera, and May Festival Chorus among other local performing arts organizations. Built in 1878 with private money raised from what is believed to be the nation’s first matching grant fund drive, this classic entertainment venue is... Read More

Tenement Life South of Liberty

Downtown

Approximately 0.37 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel
North of Rhine (photo: Over the Rhine Museum)

Tenement Life South of Liberty

Downtown

Approximately 0.37 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Have you ever wondered what changed when Cincinnatians stepped over the canal and into Over-the-Rhine? Our South of Liberty tour weaves visitors through the stories of... Read more

Have you ever wondered what changed when Cincinnatians stepped over the canal and into Over-the-Rhine? Our South of Liberty tour weaves visitors through the stories of Over-the-Rhine's earliest residents between the Miami-Ohio Canal (now Central Parkway) and Liberty Street. Starting in the early 1800s with stories of German immigrants, we'll explore how different people lived in this neighborhood... Read More

Backstage and Beyond: Indoor Building Tour of Cincinnati Music Hall

Downtown

Approximately 0.37 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel
Music Hall (photo: Mark Lyons)

Backstage and Beyond: Indoor Building Tour of Cincinnati Music Hall

Downtown

Approximately 0.37 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

The Friends of Music Hall presents a 60 min indoor building tour of a world-class historical landmark that goes backstage and beyond with a trip through a variety of... Read more

The Friends of Music Hall presents a 60 min indoor building tour of a world-class historical landmark that goes backstage and beyond with a trip through a variety of private and public spaces and Cincinnati history. The tour speaks to guests of a wide range in ages and interests. If you have a particular interest in history, music, theater, architecture or Cincinnati culture, this will be a real... Read More

Toko Baru OTR

Downtown

Approximately 0.37 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel
Toko Baru OTR (photo: Anna Condren)

Toko Baru OTR

Downtown

Approximately 0.37 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Cincinnati-based boutique offering an eclectic assortment of carefully curated gifts, baby goods, home decor, jewelry, and more! Follow us @tokobaru_otr & @... Read more

Cincinnati-based boutique offering an eclectic assortment of carefully curated gifts, baby goods, home decor, jewelry, and more! Follow us @tokobaru_otr & @iluvthatstore on Instagram for gift ideas, outfit inspo & more!

Own Lane Shoes

Downtown

Approximately 0.37 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Own Lane Shoes

Downtown

Approximately 0.37 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Owned by Mortar grad student Chanel Scales, her love of fashion shines through in her very own boutique filled with name brand shoes, and accessories in all sizes and... Read more

Owned by Mortar grad student Chanel Scales, her love of fashion shines through in her very own boutique filled with name brand shoes, and accessories in all sizes and styles. 

Switch Lighting and Design

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Switch Lighting and Design

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Switch Lighting & Design is dedicated to the idea that light has a unique power to liven the senses and elevate the spirit. Lighting is a modern art that must be part... Read more

Switch Lighting & Design is dedicated to the idea that light has a unique power to liven the senses and elevate the spirit. Lighting is a modern art that must be part of everyday living in our homes and public spaces. The lighting showroom in downtown Cincinnati was “switched on” in 2008 by Drew Dearwester and Bertie Ray III. They now serve clients from around the region and in cities from... Read More

The Candle Lab OTR

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

The Candle Lab OTR

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Columbus based company with a location in Over the Rhine. The Candle Lab offers the unique experience of choosing your own scent and creating a personalized candle.

Columbus based company with a location in Over the Rhine. The Candle Lab offers the unique experience of choosing your own scent and creating a personalized candle.

Koch Sports

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Koch Sports

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Koch's has been in business since 1888 and is family owned and operated, it is Cincinnati's oldest and largest sporting goods store. They offer a large selection of... Read more

Koch's has been in business since 1888 and is family owned and operated, it is Cincinnati's oldest and largest sporting goods store. They offer a large selection of sporting goods products including team equipment and uniforms. Koch's services the Cincinnati Reds, Cincinnati Bengals, as well as many local College, High School, and Youth Sports Teams. 

Fettner-Friedman Furs

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Fettner-Friedman Furs

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Fur and leather service

Fur and leather service

Bromwell's

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Bromwell's

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Bromwell's is the city's oldest business and has been serving Greater Cincinnati since 1819. They offer the finest selection products for the fireplace, as well as an... Read more

Bromwell's is the city's oldest business and has been serving Greater Cincinnati since 1819. They offer the finest selection products for the fireplace, as well as an excellent selection of fine home furnishings, including custom order upholstery, accessories, and fine art.

BrickOTR

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

BrickOTR

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

BrickOTR allows brands to create temporary shops to get their names out there and pitch new products in a pop-up shop atmosphere. Stop in and find a new business, and keep... Read more

BrickOTR allows brands to create temporary shops to get their names out there and pitch new products in a pop-up shop atmosphere. Stop in and find a new business, and keep up with who will be selling via their Facebook site. 

Main Auction Galleries

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Main Auction Galleries

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Auction house featuring a wide and vast selection of tools and fine furniture.

Auction house featuring a wide and vast selection of tools and fine furniture.

The Betts House

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

The Betts House

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Built in 1804, the Betts House, Ohio's oldest brick house, is located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District near downtown Cincinnati.  The Betts House offers... Read more

Built in 1804, the Betts House, Ohio's oldest brick house, is located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District near downtown Cincinnati.  The Betts House offers exhibits and public programs on architecture, historic preservation, and building technologies. Tours of the house showcase its history and construction.  An ongoing exhibit explores the history of the house and its neighborhood. Betts... Read More

Gronauer Furs

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Gronauer Furs

Downtown

Approximately 0.38 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Cincinnati's finest furs.

Cincinnati's finest furs.

Portaluca

Downtown

Approximately 0.39 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Portaluca

Downtown

Approximately 0.39 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

New and gently used clothing for women.

New and gently used clothing for women.

Elm & Iron

Downtown

Approximately 0.39 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Elm & Iron

Downtown

Approximately 0.39 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

A mix of new and vintage industrial home décor and accessories.

A mix of new and vintage industrial home décor and accessories.

Leftcoast Modern Cincinnati

Downtown

Approximately 0.40 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Leftcoast Modern Cincinnati

Downtown

Approximately 0.40 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

Retro used furniture from the 1950s-70s.

Retro used furniture from the 1950s-70s.

Old St. Mary's Church

Downtown

Approximately 0.40 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel
Old St. Mary's Church

Old St. Mary's Church

Downtown

Approximately 0.40 miles from from We Were Living in Cincinnati: A Punk Panel

On July the 3rd, 1842, St. Mary's Church was dedicated to God, under the title of the Annunciation, on which feast day the cornerstone was laid. It was the largest church... Read more

On July the 3rd, 1842, St. Mary's Church was dedicated to God, under the title of the Annunciation, on which feast day the cornerstone was laid. It was the largest church thus far erected in the Mississippi Valley, being 142 feet long, 66 feet wide, the tower reaching the height of 170 feet. The architectural style of St. Mary's is eclectic. The engaged pilasters and classical entablature are in... Read More

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