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If you actually live by a snow resort, forget this idea and grab some skis.Come see the biggest stars of tennis in action and enjoy food from local restaurants and family-friendly entertainment during the Western & Southern Open.There are major problems in Cincy that may have caused the decline.Violent crime soared following race riots in 2001, and the area is now one of the most racially charged locations in the United States.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I need some advice on places to go in Cincy on a first date, also thought I'd give you all a break from talking about Carson Palmer and West Side vs East Side I'll be driving up on Saturday for a first date with someone.
Located in Avondale, the zoo covers 65 acres in the heart of the city and is famous for its breeding programs, which have included the successful breeding of California sea lions, Sumatran Rhinoceros, Malayan tigers and the rare bonobo, a pygmy chimpanzee and endangered species of ape.The zoo is also well known for holding several records, such as the longest living alligator in captivity (an old gator who lived to 70 years old), and the largest Komodo dragon in captivity, who died in 2005.The zoo holds a number of fund-raising events throughout the year, as well as educational programs, conservation and sustainability projects.In our ranking of the largest 40 metros for single people, Cincinnati came in a dismal 39th, sandwiched between perennial loser Pittsburgh and 37th-place Greensboro, N.C., which even its own residents refer to as "Greensboring." Between 19 Cincinnati lost 13% of its 25-to-34-year-old population, compared with an average loss of 8% nationwide, according to economist Joseph Cortright.