Telehope & T-Bone suplexes

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COVINGTON, Ky. - If one of your New Year’s resolutions was to get out more and try something new, we have a few ideas this weekend in LoveTheCov:
 
Righteous tuneage
Go to just about any Covington pub or nightclub this weekend (places like Smoke Justis, Wunderbar, Strasse Haus, Molley Malone’s), and at least one night you’ll find a singer-guitarist sitting on a corner stool or a band letting it all hang out with some more reckless riffs.
 
Or ... you could go to Madison Live! and see a more formal music offering, with Telehope with Golds this Friday, HERE ... and The Unlikely Candidates with The Orphan The Poet this Sunday, HERE.
 
Year-round market
The Covington Farmers Market is like a good friend - always there for you. So here it is, another year with another great selection at your favorite local market.
 
This Saturday, peruse and take home foods, fancies, and favors from regional vendors. And for now, the Covington Farmers Market is indoors at Braxton Brewing Co.
 
Info, HERE.
 
Figure fours & people’s elbows
She’s “small and mean,” but early last month “Mean” Salena Dean met Nikki Victory in the ring with Hall of Famer Miss Callie as a special guest referee.
 
Plans went, er, awry. (Namely, stuff happened ... things were smashed ... and bad blood ensued.)
 
So Saturday it’s time to settle the grudge: This time, Nikki Victory and Miss Callie are joining forces to take on Salena Dean and Ella, and it’s happening in Covington.
 
What in the world are we talking about?
 
Wrestling! ... Specifically, the Northern Wrestling Federation, bringing its high-flying matches to town, including “Wildcat” Chris Harris and more.
 
Info, HERE.
 
On ice
The Pucks N’ Pints Pub Crawl 2020 starts at 11 a.m. Saturday at Agave & Rye and ends up at the Cincinnati Cyclones match that evening.
 
So if you like hockey and like to watch it in a relaxed state of mind - (the better to see the whizzing puck and cheer on the “enforcers”) - this event is for you.
 
Info, HERE.
 
Oh Christmas tree ...
This isn’t an event per se so much as a helpful hint: If this is the weekend you take down Christmas decorations, and you have a natural tree ... we have two ways to recycle it.
 
Arrange to have it picked up on your weekly collection day, or drop it off at one of three locations, including this weekend.
 
(Note from Santa: Do this. Save landfill space. Make mulch.)
 
Details: HERE.
 
Miscellaneous
And then ... there’s BOGA (bulldog yoga) Sunday at Braxton Brewing Co., HERE ... the Winter Solstice Healing Circle on Saturday at Warrior Spirit Wellness, HERE ... and the last weekend for the Holiday Traditions display (including the toy trains and Dickens’ village) at Behringer-Crawford Museum, HERE.
 
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