- Mark vs. Food is gaining traction. Buffalo Wild Wings (right next to Raniero's in Cold Spring) will be donating 10% of all food sales to The Brighton Center Sunday, after our eating challenge. It's a great start, but we are still looking for a corporate sponsor for this feature so we can really help out our local charities in a big way. If you have any ideas, please don't hesitate to get in touch with me.
Cincinnati Bengals and Fort Thomas resident, Andrew Whitworth, I'm challenging you to bring your appetite and your Foundation, BigWhit77 to the forefront for this effort!
- Highlands United Methodist Church celebrates 40 Days of Love.
- All of the City Council seats are up for election in 2012. Any new council candidates or incumbent members who'd like to announce their intentions, I can think of no better platform than here.
- Fort Thomas Schools offer free parents' seminar on anxiety, depression and suicide.
- Planet Fitness (in the old Sears' Hardware) is going to give Fitworks a run for its money. With the supposed raised rents in the Newport Shopping Center, and the deal that Planet Fitness is offering ($1 down, $10/month, $29 annual membership fee), you have to wonder if the next tenant to be on the move will be Fitworks.
- Fort Thomas police are asking the public's help in finding a thief who's been taking catalytic converters from cars in the area of Gettysburg Square apartment complex.