Brian Mains, WCPO

Brian Mains

WCPO

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent:
  • WCPO
Past:
  • WFTS
  • 7NEWS
  • KNXV
  • WPTV
  • 10 News San Diego
  • Knoxville News Sentinel

Recent articles by Brian:

Agave & Rye Tequila and Bourbon Hall in Norwood sets opening date

Agave & Rye Tequila and Bourbon Hall will open its fifth location in the Rookwood shopping center on Sept. 20. → Read More

Nation Kitchen and Bar Westwood location announces opening date

Get ready, Westwood. Nation Kitchen and Bar will open its second Cincinnati location on Oct. 1. → Read More

Rebel Mettle Brewery opens on West Fourth Street in Cincinnati

Fortune favors the daring -- that is the motto that drove the founders of Rebel Mettle Brewery as they opened their brewery on West Fourth Street, Downtown on Saturday. → Read More

Braxton Brewing Company opens first Cincinnati location

Covington's own Braxton Brewing Company opened its first Cincinnati location at noon Saturday. → Read More

New Riff Distilling hosting 'Riff Top' popup bar tastings

From 1 to 9 p.m. every Friday and Saturday in September, up to 70 people will be able to sip craft cocktails made with New Riff spirits in the third-floor banquet space usually reserved for private parties. → Read More

Minority-owned Esoteric Brewing Company opens in Walnut Hills

Nearly three years in the making and amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Esoteric Brewing Co. is ready to open its doors in Walnut Hills. → Read More

'American Idol' goes virtual with 'Idol Across America' auditions

Starting at 10 a.m. Monday, "American Idol" will hold virtual auditions for Idol hopefuls in Ohio through Zoom, the online video conferencing app. → Read More

West Side Brewing's Braille Ale helps raise awareness for blind and visually impaired

"As far as we're aware no brewery has ever put Braille on an actual beer can." → Read More

New Ivory House restaurant offers fresh cuisine, a nod to Westwood's history

Ivory House is a restaurant with a chef-driven kitchen focused on seasonal dishes made with fresh, locally-owned ingredients. → Read More

Samuel Adams plans significant Cincinnati plant enhancement project

The Boston Beer Company announced on Monday plans to expand its Over-the-Rhine production facility in the coming months. → Read More

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center reopens Friday

Although the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center has been closed to visitors for months, its staff has been hard at work promoting equality and social justice. → Read More

Celebrate the Fourth of July with these virtual and in-person events

While the coronavirus pandemic has curtailed many large annual Fourth of July gatherings throughout Greater Cincinnati, it doesn't mean that communities have given up on celebrating America's independence this weekend. → Read More

Taft Museum of Art prepares for reopening during coronavirus pandemic

The Taft Museum of Art will open to the public on July 11 and 12 and to members on July 10. → Read More

Like Mom's Only Vegan bake shop opens at Findlay Market

Three generations of women running family business → Read More

Paddle for a Purpose re-imagines Paddlefest during COVID-19 pandemic

This Saturday thousands of people were scheduled to gather at the Schmidt Boat Ramp in the East End for the15th annual Ohio River Paddlefest. → Read More

Braxton Brewing to reopen with hopes to ramp up to last year's growth

Last year was very good for Braxton Brewing Company. This one arrived laden with setbacks. → Read More

Fitton Center for Creative Arts to offer in-person summer camp

This was not a typical school year for most children throughout Ohio. → Read More

Downtown Cincinnati's Mercantile Library reopens while continuing to cater to members' needs

If walls truly could talk, those of the Mercantile Library would have quite the story to tell. → Read More

Clifton Cultural Arts Center secures lot for new $8.5 million facility

After searching for nearly two years, the Clifton Cultural Arts Center is a step closer to finding a new permanent home. → Read More

St. William Church serving up special drive-thru fish fry

The St. William Church community in West Price Hill has experienced more than a few ups and downs within the past 12 months. → Read More