Culture thrives in Cincinnati, in places like the Arts and Backstage District, which is located just north of Fountain Square. In the city, art lovers tend to gravitate to the world-class performances that take place at the Aronoff Center for the Arts, and the Contemporary Arts Center, whose rich programming encompasses several different types of media, and artists from all over the world. Cincinnati features plenty of nightlife if you're young and single, or just young at heart. Entertainment hotspots like Nicholson's Tavern & Pub or Jeff Ruby's offer live music performances many nights of the week, or you can catch a jazz show at Schwartz Point Jazz Club, located in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of the city. Sports fans often choose to live within a short drive of Paul Brown Stadium so they can have easy access to Bengals football games, or they might search for a home near Great American Ball Park, just minutes from Cincinnati Reds baseball. Those who prefer other types of fun like to be close to the Cincinnati Banks Entertainment District, which is situated between the Bengals and Reds' stadiums on the banks of the Ohio River. This area won a "2013 National Planning Excellence Award" and it's where many locals like to go for shopping and dining. Living in Cincinnati means that you've got exciting attractions and activities all around you, but you're also close to Dayton (where you can enjoy the popular annual Dayton Air Show) and Yellow Springs (a fun and funky place to spend a day or a weekend) if you want to get away for excitement. So, if you have work in one of these cities or want to play there, it's a pretty reasonable commute.
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