Art After Dark celebrates the Cincinnati Art Museum’s new exhibit, Unknown Elements,
which highlights anonymous photographs from the museum collection,
paired with contemplative writings from local authors.
Get your fill of cream puffs, dirndls and
Warsteiner at the Germania Society’s 45th-annual Oktoberfest —
Cincinnati’s “original and most authentic Oktoberfest,” full of the best
parts of local German culture, crafts and cooking.
Red Bull — known for hosting relatively
creative and dangerous events like their Flugtag, where people build
their own flying machines and participate in a competition involving
flinging themselves off of tall things — has been bringing the joys of
soapbox derby-ing to Mount Adams for several years.
The third-annual Taste of OTR is a
family-friendly day of food, craft beer and live entertainment in
Washington Park to benefit Tender Mercies, a nonprofit in the heart of
Over-the-Rhine that provides housing to homeless adults living with
mental illness and a variety of supportive services.
The Kennedy Heights Arts Center, one of
the best and most ambitious in the region, takes a great leap forward
this weekend when it opens its new 10,500-square-foot annex in a portion
of an old Kroger grocery store.
It’s been a year and a half since the stratospheric breakout success of Lake Street Dive’s Bad Self Portraits
album and its ubiquitous title track. In a heartbeat, the
Boston-born/Brooklyn-based quartet was getting face time on every
late-night/morning television show, notching adds in every conceivable
radio format and scoring prime real estate in every music and
A lot of bands claim to be Psychedelic
and then just crank up the reverb and write thinly veiled songs about
getting high and transcendentally pondering mystically spiritual subject
matter. Morning Teleportation doesn’t work that close to the surface.