C Ted Karras gets a tattoo of the Cincinnati hat logo during his St. Patrick’s Day event on Sunday, March 17, 2024.
C Ted Karras receives a tattoo of the Cincy hat logo for his St. Patrick’s Day event on Sunday, March 17, 2024.

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Jason Renie, the man who brought us to Ted Karras’ spectacular St. Patrick’s Day carnival in the sprawling building that is the Fowling Warehouse in Cincinnati’s Pleasant Ridge neighborhood, put it up best Sunday with the sagacity of a middle-aged man who lives alone.

“Incredible. Amazing. Crazy,” says Renie, brother of Cincy Hat architect Matt Renie, and son of Colleen Renie, founder and executive director of the Village of Merici, the Indianapolis initiative that offers and campaigns for housing

C Ted Karras gets a tattoo of the Cincinnati hat logo during his St. Patrick’s Day event on Sunday, March 17, 2024.
C Ted Karras receives a tattoo of the Cincy hat logo for his St. Patrick’s Day event on Sunday, March 17, 2024.
Jason Renie, the man who brought us to Ted Karras’ spectacular St. Patrick’s Day carnival in the sprawling building that is the Fowling Warehouse in Cincinnati’s Pleasant Ridge neighborhood, put it up best Sunday with the sagacity of a middle-aged man who lives alone.

“Incredible. Amazing. Crazy,” says Renie, brother of Cincy Hat architect Matt Renie, and son of Colleen Renie, founder and executive director of the Village of Merici, the Indianapolis initiative that offers and campaigns for housing

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