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Food, Music and Black Beans!

Food, Music and Black Beans!

You can stuff your face sample tons of great food from all over the Tri-State this weekend at Taste of Cincinnati. Just beware of the black bean! Oh yeah, there’s lots of great music too. Here’s everything you need to know.MORE

Brian Demay’s Wine Wednesday: Murrieta’s Well The Spur

Brian Demay’s Wine Wednesday: Murrieta’s Well The Spur

The Livermore Valley wine region is literally where the California wine industry started. It’s where Spanish missionaries planted the first wine grapes in the 1760s. Then in the mid-1800s, Robert Livermore planted the area’s first commercial vineyards. A few years later, winemaking pioneer C. H. Wente arrived and established California Chardonnay in the region. James…MORE

I Won’t Forget THAT About Graduation

I Won’t Forget THAT About Graduation

Something memorable always happens at graduation. Who got dumped, who made money and who crowd surfed? Jim or Amanda? Make your guesses and then listen to see if you’re correct.MORE

Saturday, June 8th

Saturday, June 8th

The Tri-State’s premier country music festival is back!  Summitfest Country Music Festival – Saturday, June 8th at Blue Ash Summit Park.  Free local entertainment brought to you by Parkers Blue Ash Tavern, and a FREE CONCERT from national country artists Lee Brice and Tyler Farr.  New this year – Axe throwing, Fretboard beer, and the…MORE

Win a Row at the Rob Lowe Show

Win a Row at the Rob Lowe Show

You’re about to have the best girls night ever…Warm 98.5 is sending you and your gal pals to see ROB LOWE LIVE!MORE

This Could be the Best Graduation Song Ever!

This Could be the Best Graduation Song Ever!

Allison Bishop did a great job writing a fun song about graduation. The Warm 98.5 family supplied the lyrics and she wrote it and sang it on #MusicTheoryThursday.  Follow Allison on Instagram.MORE

Brian Demay’s Wine Wednesday: Justin Cabernet Sauvignon

Brian Demay’s Wine Wednesday: Justin Cabernet Sauvignon

I am becoming more and more a fan of Paso Robles, along California’s Central Coast. I have mentioned on this blog before how important it is for grapes to be able to cool down at night to preserve freshness and acidity. The term for this is called diurnal shift, and Paso Robles offers the widest…MORE

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