This Sunday don’t be surprised to find downtown resembling a scene from Planet of the Apes. Hundreds of runners dressed as our endangered primate relatives will be participating in the Cincinnati Gorilla Run 5K presented by The Gorilla Glue Company.
Join CityBeat in a fabulous celebration of everything that makes the Tristate awesome at the Best of Cincinnati Party, featuring a rich combination of delicious food and drink from more than 40 local vendors, including Django Western Taco, Mynt, 1215 Wine Bar & Coffee Lab, Nada and Coffee Emporium.
Drive-By Truckers’ 10th studio album, 2014’s English Oceans,
finds the prolific Georgia-bred Roots rockers rolling down the same
dusty highway that has made them one of the singular acts of the last 15
years — twang-infested, Skynyrd-esque guitars, modest yet affecting
vocals and lyrics that illuminate the lives of everyday Southerners.
Brazilian multimedia artist Albano
Afonso’s first solo exhibition in the U.S. will also be the first
exhibition co-curated by the Contemporary Arts Center (Steven Matijicio)
and 21c Museum Hotel (Alice Gray Stites), two neighboring arts
institutions with similar missions but different approaches.
While Nirvana was bringing attention to
the sound of many bands on the independent label Sub Pop in the early
’90s, Helmet was the first band to break wide with the sound of another
important underground label of that era — Amphetamine Reptile.