Presented by the Good People Festival, 30 bands — locals plus out-of-towners Charlie Mars, Will Kimbrough and Jason Wilbur — will perform over two nights in honor of WNKU radio station’s 30 years on the air.
If you ever get the feeling you’ve got too much going on in your life, give yourself a reality check with a glance at Evan Weiss’ resume. The Into It. Over It. frontman (often only man) has been a music fan since elementary school, falling hard for Emo in seventh grade after getting a taste of Sunny Day Real Estate.
Pets can be great companions. But as Dan, grieving the loss of a longtime lover, and Betty, a solitary divorcée, discover in Christian O’Reilly’s humorous tale of a pair of lonely hearts in an Irish town, human contact is essential and sometimes unexpected.
Julian Stanczak, a former Art Academy of Cincinnati instructor whose precisely geometric and brilliantly colorful abstract work has been hailed as the ideal for Op Art, will show a portfolio of color inkjet prints from 1993 at the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Gallery 212.
What do you get when you cross the name of a czarist Russian Woody Allen/Diane Keaton comedy — Love and Death — with vodka? “Love, Vodka, Death,” CityBeat’s la petite mort Friday the 13th Valentine’s bash.
Traditionally New Orleans is the party capital of Mardi Gras, but New Orleans better keep an eye out because the 19th annual MainStrasse Village Mardi Gras has all the beads, Cajun food, Big Head parades and live music you need.
Multidisciplinary Cincinnati-based fine artists Sean Mullaney and Justin West collaborated on creating a sensory environment in one space at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center for the exhibit Chiaroscuro.