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Marchers of the 2015 Cincinnati Pride Parade carry balloons to spell out pride. The parade marched two miles from Central Avenue to Sawyer Point, Saturday, June 27. The Enquirer/Madison Schmidt

Marchers of the 2015 Cincinnati Pride Parade carry balloons to spell out pride. The parade marched two miles from Central Avenue to Sawyer Point, Saturday, June 27. The Enquirer/Madison Schmidt

Preston Jacobs, 12, of Lawrenceburg, Ind., participates an attempt to break the world record for the largest game of catch in Cincinnati, OH.  Kareem Elgazzar, The Cincinnati Enquirer

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Preston Jacobs, 12, of Lawrenceburg, Ind., participates an attempt to break the world record for the largest game of catch in Cincinnati, OH. Kareem Elgazzar, The Cincinnati Enquirer

Cincinnati Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton (6) runs into the wall after leaping for a fly ball off the bat of St. Louis Cardinals left fielder Randal Grichuk (15), allowing a triple in the top of the third inning of the MLB game between the Cincinnati Reds and the St. Louis Cardinals at Great American Ballpark in downtown Cincinnati, on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015. The Enquirer/Sam Greene

Cincinnati Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton (6) runs into the wall after leaping for a fly ball off the bat of St. Louis Cardinals left fielder Randal Grichuk (15), allowing a triple in the top of the third inning of the MLB game between the Cincinnati Reds and the St. Louis Cardinals at Great American Ballpark in downtown Cincinnati, on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015. The Enquirer/Sam Greene

The Flying Pig Mascots dance at the finish line at U.S. Bank Arena during the Flying Pig Marathon, downtown, Cincinnati, Sunday, May 3, 2015. The Enquirer/Jennifer Koehler.

The Flying Pig Mascots dance at the finish line at U.S. Bank Arena during the Flying Pig Marathon, downtown, Cincinnati, Sunday, May 3, 2015. The Enquirer/Jennifer Koehler.

Garey Faulkner poses with Matthew Medina, 8, from Houston, Texas who has the condition osteogenesis imperfecta. Faulkner, who holds local fundraisers and charity events in Cincinnati, raised money for Matthew and his parents to fly to Cincinnati to fulfill Matthew's dream to visit every NFL stadium in the country, Monday Nov. 16, 2015. Photo credit: Madison Schmidt for The Enquirer.

Garey Faulkner poses with Matthew Medina, 8, from Houston, Texas who has the condition osteogenesis imperfecta. Faulkner, who holds local fundraisers and charity events in Cincinnati, raised money for Matthew and his parents to fly to Cincinnati to fulfill Matthew's dream to visit every NFL stadium in the country, Monday Nov. 16, 2015. Photo credit: Madison Schmidt for The Enquirer.

Sitwells Coffee House and Bar in Clifton. The Enquirer/Cara Owsley

Sitwells Coffee House and Bar in Clifton. The Enquirer/Cara Owsley

Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts marched in the Ft. Mitchell Independence Day parade along Dixie Highway Saturday, July 4. The Enquirer/Madison Schmidt

Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts marched in the Ft. Mitchell Independence Day parade along Dixie Highway Saturday, July 4. The Enquirer/Madison Schmidt

A look from the choir balcony of Old St. George Church in Corryville, where renovations are underway, December 16, 2015. When construction is done, Crossroads will use the church for their UC Campus location. The Enquirer/Madison Schmidt

A look from the choir balcony of Old St. George Church in Corryville, where renovations are underway, December 16, 2015. When construction is done, Crossroads will use the church for their UC Campus location. The Enquirer/Madison Schmidt

In order to celebrate its community development, the Pendleton neighborhood council put on its first Danger Wheels competition where adults raced on big wheel tricycles down a portion of 12th Street, Saturday, July 18. Proceeds from the races will go to buying historical markers for the Pendleton neighborhood. The Enquirer/Madison Schmidt.

In order to celebrate its community development, the Pendleton neighborhood council put on its first Danger Wheels competition where adults raced on big wheel tricycles down a portion of 12th Street, Saturday, July 18. Proceeds from the races will go to buying historical markers for the Pendleton neighborhood. The Enquirer/Madison Schmidt.

Johnny Bench, Hall of Famer and former MLB catcher for the Reds, works with kids Wednesday morning in a youth baseball clinic. To kick-off All-Star week, Bank of America partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati, MLB and the Cincinnati Reds to hold a baseball youth clinic at the P&G Cincinnati MLB Urban Youth Academy. The Enquirer/Madison Schmidt

Johnny Bench, Hall of Famer and former MLB catcher for the Reds, works with kids Wednesday morning in a youth baseball clinic. To kick-off All-Star week, Bank of America partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati, MLB and the Cincinnati Reds to hold a baseball youth clinic at the P&G Cincinnati MLB Urban Youth Academy. The Enquirer/Madison Schmidt

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