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Comedy: Al Jackson

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Al Jackson performs at Go Bananas.  

Event: Oktoberfest Zinzinnati

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 16, 2014
This weekend, a stretch of Fifth Street will transform into a lederhosen-laden gala as Cincinnati draws on its rich German heritage to host the biggest Oktoberfest celebration in America.   

Event: The Sidewalk Project

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Park(ing) Day, held the third Friday in September, is an open-source global event where citizens, artist and activists collaborate to temporarily transform metered parking spacing into public spaces.   

Halloween: USS Nightmare

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 16, 2014
The USS Nightmare just had its opening weekend. Let the haunting begin.   

Art: Flooded 2014: A Gig Poster Exhibition

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The 21c Museum Hotel hosts an atmospheric evening of live music and art during Flooded 2014: A Gig Poster Exhibition.  

Event: Cincinnati Comic Expo

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 16, 2014
If you love comics, heroes or action-adventure in general, Cincinnati is doing it big. Vendors fill more than 100,000-square-feet of the Duke Energy Convention Center this weekend with everything from comics and art to costumes, cards and collectibles.   

Music: moe.

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Acclaimed progressive rockers moe. (described by Rolling Stone as a “legendary jam band”) are approaching their 25th anniversary, and the group is showing no signs of letting up any time soon.  

Event: World Peace Festival

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The United Nations’ theme for the 2014 International Day of Peace is “The Right of Peoples to Peace.”   

Event: Fall Harvest Festival

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 16, 2014
The Heritage Village Museum, a living history museum depicting life in Southwestern Ohio through the 19th century, hosts a Fall Harvest Festival with wagon rides, a donut-eating contest, old-fashioned games, pumpkin painting and more, including Annie Oakley doing trick shooting.  

Art: Regional Roundtable/Conversations Around American Gothic at the CAM

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Perhaps the only thing that trumps the experience of seeing Grant Wood’s “American Gothic” in person is having a conversation around the issues raised by the Regionalist painter in his work.  

Literary: Chuck Klosterman

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Everyone’s favorite New York Times Magazine ethicist and pop culture expert on sex, drugs and Cocoa Puffs comes to Miami University Hamilton for “Stranger Than Fiction: An Evening with Author Chuck Klosterman.”   

Event: The Big Dinner: Autumn Equinox

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Celebrate the autumn equinox with Modern Makers and nourish cincinnati — a community-centered wellness education and experiential initiative surrounding healthy food — as they prepare a five-course, all plant-based tasting menu.   

Event: Second Sunday on Main

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Celebrate the vibrant Over-the-Rhine community at Second Sunday on Main, an eclectic, family-friendly street festival.   

Art: Building Pictures: Architectural Photographs by Édouard Baldus

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 10, 2014
A great advantage of early photographers using buildings as subjects instead of people is that buildings hold still. No messy business of a smile gone wrong or an inadvertent cough; a building can maintain a lengthy pose. 
  

Film: Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 9, 2014
It is unofficially Wiley Week in Cincinnati, with opportunities to see internationally acclaimed artist Kehinde Wiley on screen and in person.