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America's Worst Politicians

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 23, 2014
King George III was “a Tyrant... unfit to be the ruler of a free people,” Thomas Jefferson wrote in the Declaration of Independence just over 238 years ago. Tommy had it right.
  

Pick a Picnic

Six local parks and nearby places to fill your basket

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 15, 2014
As the sultry, sticky summer days settle in with a vengeance, it might seem all too easy to meet your hunger and entertainment needs by hanging out on the couch in the air-conditioned comfort of your home and ordering pizza — nobody wants to be chained to a hot stove in this weather.   

Attack of the Killer B’s

Local entrepreneur Bill Donabedian follows up his Bunbury Music Festival with the new Buckle Up fest

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 8, 2014
If you saw Bill Donabedian’s weary face in the waning hours of the last day of the first Bunbury Music Festival in 2012, you might have correctly discerned that the promotional genius who conceived the event was a) bone-tired from the months of preparation and the constant on-site troubleshooting involved in the three-day Indie/Alt concert series presented along the Sawyer Point/Serpentine Wall stretch of Cincinnati’s riverfront, and b) going to do it all over again the following year.  

Ten Don’t-Miss Bunbury Music Festival Acts

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 8, 2014
This year’s Bunbury Music Festival lineup is a virtual stacked deck of amazing artists, from the top of the marquee all the way down to the fine-print talent at the bottom of the poster. This year’s topliners — Empire of the Sun, Fall Out Boy, Paramore, Young the Giant, Flaming Lips — are guaranteed to draw huge crowds to the Main Stage, and the local-and-beyond lineup, including Foxy Shazam, Black Owls, Jane Decker, psychodots, Kim Taylor, Heartless Bastards, Austin Livingood and many more, are sure bets to attract hardcore fans and curious newbies, but there are plenty of undercard acts and little known nearly top-of-the-bill names that could prove to be serious highlights in Bunbury’s burgeoning scrapbook.
  

Ten Don’t-Miss Buckle Up Music Festival Acts

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 8, 2014
It seems unnecessary to spotlight droolingly anticipated shows like Willie Nelson, Alabama, The Band Perry, Alison Krauss, Old Crow Medicine Show and Drive-By Truckers, so we’ll stick to some of the lower-tier artists that deserve your attention at the inaugural Buckle Up Festival.
  

Going, Going, Gonzo

Without a label for the first time in nearly a decade, Cincinnati’s Foxy Shazam drops its most ambitious album

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Last fall, a Foxy Shazam interview was convened at bassist Daisy Caplan’s Northside home for the purpose of discussing the band’s tour-ending, two-show extravaganza in Cincinnati — a full production at Bogart’s in Corryville, and an intimate club date at Northside’s Mayday.
  

Double Down

Bunbury Festival to Hit Cincinnati This Weekend, Followed up by New Festival Buckle Up

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Cincinnati, are you ready for two back-to-back weekends of three-day festivals, packed with national acts, local bands and up-and-comers? Get ready for the fest weekends with CityBeat's coverage of the two.   

A Midsummer Festival of Cinematic Dreams

The best thus far and a faraway journey to find more summer fantasies

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Once upon a time, the summer movie season started on Memorial Day, a little more or a little less than a month away from the date heralding the official summer reckoning.    

Ballin’ in Brazil

A dispatch from the 2014 World Cup

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 18, 2014
After an informal survey of the fan base swarming in the São Paulo airport, one wonders how many Mexicans can possibly be left in Mexico.    

Cincinnati Fringe From A to Z

There's truly something for everyone, no matter how weird you are

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2014
It’s almost here for the 11th consecutive year. That’s right, it’s just about time for the Cincinnati Fringe Festival, our annual dose of creativity and zaniness that might move you to laughter or tears.
  

Beautiful Objects, Amazing Environment

Contemporary Arts Center celebrates 75 years of pushing Cincinnati along the cutting edge

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Peggy Crawford didn’t know the group she helped found in 1939 — Cincinnati’s Modern Art Society — would become so long-lived or vital. It is now the Contemporary Arts Center, which on Friday is celebrating its 75th anniversary.  

State of the Cycling Union

The slow train of bike-friendliness rolls on in Cincinnati

1 Comment · Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Cincinnati’s quest to become a bike-friendly city has long been riddled with social and political realities progressive cities moved past decades ago.   

Bikes + Wine = Fête d’ Été

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 6, 2014
What better way to celebrate summer’s nighness than a sun-dappled evening consisting of wine, light bites and a bike tour?   

Tour de Bean

Florence bike shop combines cycling and coffee with community spirit

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Culturally, bikes and coffee go hand-in-hand — just ask the Europeans. Or Mark Ball, owner of Velocity Bike & Bean in Florence, Ky.
  

Bike Month Calendar

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 6, 2014
WEDNESDAY MAY 7 Bike to School Day — National Bike to School Day encourages children to safely ride their bikes to school. walkbiketoschool.org. Ride for Reading — WordPlay, Spun Bicycle