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CINCINNATI – MidPoint Music Festival organizers announced Friday that they have canceled the outdoor stage for the festival, scheduled to take place Sept. 23-24.Organizers have added another indoor venue, the YMCA Ballroom Stage, that will be located inside the Cincinnati Masonic Center Grand Ballroom.The Masonic Center's ballroom joins MidPoint's three other indoor venues: Taft Theatre; the Ballroom at the Taft; and the Masonic Cathedral inside Cincinnati Masonic Center.MidPoint's outdoor...
CINCINNATI – They call John Harrell the "Chicken Man" for good reason.“This will be my 21st year selling chicken hats at Oktoberfest Zinzinnati,” said Harrell. “I can’t believe it’s going to be that long.” RELATED: Here's everything you need to know about Oktoberfest Zinzinnati 2017Since 1996, Harrell has shouted bad poultry puns while selling his chicken-shaped hats, which he makes out of felt and adorns with googly eyes and feathers. John Harrell selling chicken hats at Oktoberfest Zinzinnati.
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Selecting a term
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