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Man Attempts to Chug a 25-Year-Old Beer (VIDEO)

Originally posted 06/22/2014 03:35AM

Hey, remember the Cincinnati Bengals' Super Bowl-themed beer from the late '80s? No? Well, there's probably a reason for that.

Beer blogger Danny Spears recently offered his readers a challenge: If his Facebook page could get 1,000 Likes, he would chug one of the old HuDey beers in his possession.

Produced to honor the Bengals' trip to Super Bowl XXIII in January 1989 – their last championship game, it turned out – the cans had remained unopened for more than 25 years. What sort of hoppy magic lurked inside? Spears's Facebook fans couldn't wait to find out.

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UpdatePosted 05/19/2014 04:45PM

90-Year-Old WWII Vet Graduates from College, Calls It 'The Culmination of My Life'

Originally posted 05/19/2014 02:30PM

In the 1940s, Walter Bunker was, like many other college students, unsure of what kind of future he wanted for himself. Bunker was attending Cincinnati's Xavier University on a violin scholarship, but the prospect of graduating filled him with dread.

"So I decided to put it off for a little bit," he told FOX19. "And that became 70 years."

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Sarah Jessica Parker Shops for Her Twins in Cincinnati | Sarah Jessica Parker

UpdatePosted 10/23/2012 06:00AM

Sarah Jessica Parker Shops for Her Twins in Cincinnati

Originally posted 10/23/2012 06:00AM

Sarah Jessica Parker and True Blood's Alfre Woodard stepped out in Cincinnati on Saturday to campaign for President Barack Obama – but Parker managed to squeeze in a little shopping, too.

The actresses – who were encouraging women to vote in the upcoming election – stopped into Sloane Boutique in Over-the-Rhine, Ohio.

"Sarah was so nice and so pleasant to be around," the boutique's owner tells PEOPLE. "Very humble and very down-to-earth."

The I Don't Know How She Does It actress tried on Veda leather jackets and bought some bracelets for her twin daughters, Loretta and Tabitha.

"She told me she couldn't wait to come back and shop again," the boutique owner added.
– Emily Strohm

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