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Samwise, Sharknado and more at Cincinnati Comic Expo. Photo: Thomas Wells, 2, from Hamilton as Han Solo aboard The Millennium Falcon, actually his stroller, seems unaware of the presence of Storm Troopers from the same Star Was adventure. Costumes were on display at the Cincinnati Comic Expo at Duke Energy Center downtown. The Enquirer/Michael E. Keating

The old Price Hill Incline, Cincinnati, OH, was built in 1874 and originally operated with steam, but in 1928, it switched to electricity and remained the only one in the region to operate with this form of energy. It broke down in 1943 and was abandoned. My dad was old enough to remember this.

Long hidden at CVG, murals closer to coming home. Photo: Artist Winold Reiss' mosaic mural of worker John A. Hentz at American Oak Leather, which hangs in the gate area of the closed Terminal 2 at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The Enquirer/Glenn Hartong

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Fall Festivals and Halloween Things to do in Cincinnati

54 Cincinnati buildings transformed by love letter. Photo: A mini-mural by local graphic artist James Billiter, who works at LPK, that is part of CincyInk project is on 12th Street at Vine Street. The Enquirer/Carrie Cochran

Things to do this week: Aug. 24-30. Photo: Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto scores. The Enquirer/Kareem Elgazzar

Cincinnati Museum Center has received accreditation by the American Association of Museums, one of less than 5 percent of museums nationally which hold the U.S. museum world’s “Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval.”