Beyond the Curb-Covington-April 30, 2017
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Buy your tickets today at Wooden Cask Brewing Co., 629 York St., Newport! Historic, yet modern. Vibrant and growing. Welcome to Newport. Newport, Kentucky is a beautiful blend of old and new. Founded in 1795, its tree-lined streets take you past lovingly restored historic homes, with quaint businesses tucked in the neighborhoods. The riverfront is … Continue reading NEWPORT 2017
Eclectic, diverse and vibrant. Welcome to Covington. As Northern Kentucky’s largest city, Covington offers the best of urban living: historic buildings, modern amenities, world-class public art, walkable neighborhoods and, best of all, affordability! Come and explore the iconic architecture, stunning river views and hidden gems tucked into the neighborhoods of Covington. You will be inspired … Continue reading COVINGTON 2017
Classic Americana meets contemporary urban upswing. Welcome to Ludlow. The City of Ludlow, Kentucky is a picturesque river town nestled at the base of forested hills. The community is known for its strong neighborhood school system, beautiful old brick homes and the historic Ludlow Lagoon. In years past, Ludlow could have been described as sleepy, … Continue reading LUDLOW
BELLEVUE Bellevue, Kentucky has that certain something that have visitors flocking to stroll along its Fairfield Avenue Historic District corridor and new families and singles alike settling into its lovely and hospitable neighborhoods. Some simply call it charm, but this storybook setting has a depth of character – passionate local business owners committed to making … Continue reading BELLEVUE & DAYTON
ABOUT NEWPORT Newport, Kentucky is a city rooted in a rich history and colorful past, but it isn’t sitting still. Today, a seamless mix of new and old creates a uniquely vibrant character that is truly unmatched in the region. This small town river city of over 15,000 residents is home to a number of … Continue reading NEWPORT 2015
BEYOND THE CURB | COVINGTON The City of Covington has undergone a dramatic transformation over the last three years, and therefore has created a precedent for urban renaissance in the region. More than $20 million in new development has occurred and another $165 million is in the works that has new residents, businesses, and visitors flocking … Continue reading COVINGTON 2015