Carrie Blackmore Smith, Enquirer

Carrie Blackmore Smith


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Carrie:

How to ride on Cincinnati's 'invisible gorilla'

Paddlefest is just around the corner. Now, there is a new way to know more about what you see from any boat on the mighty Ohio. → Read More

A different kind of Big Red Machine is back

Dessner has an album coming out with what appears to be a very Cincinnati reference. → Read More

You don't see this every day: Group travels to Louisville from Cincinnati

A lot can happen over 133 miles in 33 hours floating down the Ohio River. Come along for the ride! → Read More

Coney Island injury results in the closure of diving boards at some Hamilton Co. pools

Diving boards had been "grandfathered in" for years. But not any more. → Read More

Your ultimate guide to Cincinnati's 2018 Bunbury Music Festival

You're there for the music. Maybe the food, too. This guide can help you save time and get the most out of Bunbury. → Read More

Cincinnati is offering these Mother's Day deals

The Cincinnati Zoo. Rookwood Pottery. Lots of places are offering great deals for you to do something special on Mother's Day. → Read More

ArtsWave raises over $12 million – for the fifth year in a row

Forty thousand of you donated money to Greater Cincinnati's arts promoter. → Read More

Ornamental pear trees are beautiful but they've got a dark side

Just look at those pretty white blooms on that pretty little tree in springtime. What?! They're really awful? → Read More

Will two guys and a podcast help mend a fractured biking community in Cincinnati?

New podcast out of Cincinnati looks to tackle challenges facing the bike community. But this is more than a podcast for mountain bikers by mountain bikers. → Read More

Avengers assemble: Clark Gregg (aka Phil Coulson) a special guest at Cincinnati Comic Expo

Which Marvel characters will grace the expo at Duke Energy Convention Center this September? Oh, and a "Game of Thrones" character is coming, too. → Read More

EPA head Scott Pruitt in Cincinnati

Pruitt sat down with Greater Cincinnati Water Works officials. What is he doing here? → Read More

Ohio women experience 23 percent pay gap compared to men

The pay gap exists in all states in America, but Ohio's ranks a rather dismal 38th. → Read More

New study: Concussions are a problem in a surprising field

I'll give you a hint: There's always a stage involved. → Read More

'Human error' caused barge to crack in half and spill fertilizer into the Ohio River

Southern Towing denies that it polluted or degraded the water when a barge owned and operated by the company buckled near Cincinnati. → Read More

3-year quest to safeguard Cincinnati parks money results in a deal

For decades, money donated to Cincinnati Parks wasn't tracked like other government spending. That will now change, under a Parks Board decision. → Read More

Lululemon partners with Fleet Feet Sports Cincinnati and you can get in on the party

Community run planned Tuesday in Blue Ash before shopping. And beer! → Read More

West Chester native appeared on 'American Idol.' There, he got to meet an idol of his own.

West Chester native and Lakota West graduate Eric Ellis calls "American Idol" a "humbling experience." → Read More

Over-the-Rhine loses a matriarch, Cincinnati icon Maynie Tucker of Tucker's Restaurant

She could peel a mean potato and taught a couple generations of visitors to her Over-the-Rhine greasy spoon about generosity and love. → Read More

There are two Cincinnati Reds Opening Days this year. Which one is for you?

We get it. Folks are pissed that the parade and the first Reds game aren't on the same day. But let us walk you through all your options this year. → Read More

'We are doing holes in these rifles before the rifles make holes in us'

For Saturday's March for Our Lives Cincinnati, a group of artists made flutes like you've never seen before. → Read More