5 things to know to start your week: Bengals playoff win, MLK Day, Cincinnati history

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Here's what to know to start off your week.
Here's what to know to start off your week.

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Bengals beat the Raiders for the team's first playoff win since 1991

The Cincinnati Bengals held off the Las Vegas Raiders' fourth-quarter rally to earn their first playoff win since Jan. 6, 1991, advancing in the NFL postseason with a 26-19 victory at Paul Brown Stadium.

Burrow makes history: Bengals finally advance in postseason with win over Raiders

The Bengals are undefeated in the postseason with quarterback Joe Burrow as their quarterback. In the win over the Raiders, a franchise and the largest ever crowd at a Bengals home game followed his lead.

Dinner with Joe Burrow last March set the tone for winning this season

On March 18, 2021, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was running late for dinner hosted by Bengals head coach Zac Taylor at Jeff Ruby’s The Precinct Steakhouse in Cincinnati.

Paul Daugherty on playoff win: Let's say it again, Bengals fans. Cincinnati 26, Las Vegas 19. Amen

The dinner gave Mike Hilton, Chidobe Awuzie, Larry Ogunjobi and Trey Hendrickson the opportunity to celebrate signing their free agent contracts with the Bengals.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day events in Cincinnati area

With the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases around Cincinnati, many of the celebrations planned for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday have changed from in-person to virtual-only. Here's a list of local events honoring the Civil Rights leader this year.

MLK DAY: What's open, what's closed around Greater Cincinnati on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

New series a game changer for dance coming to Cincinnati

The Mutual Dance Theater will perform the renowned PHILADANCO! Jan. 21-22 the Aronoff Center.

Cincinnati arts: New series a game-changer for the dance you'll see in Cincinnati

Hank Williams recorded classics at Herzog studio

Nashville has the rightful claim as the capital of country music, a city where countless hits were recorded in its legendary studios. But Cincinnati doesn’t get much credit for its role in the development of country music as well.

Cincinnati history: Hank Williams recorded classics at Herzog studio in Cincinnati

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