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Comedy: Tyrone Hawkins

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Comedian Tyrone Hawkins has been bouncing back and forth between Seattle and his hometown of Cincinnati for a few years.  

Event: Response Project

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For Response Projects, creatives prepare and share a 10-minute response to a work of art.   

Onstage: A Hundred Minus One Day

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For two summers, John Leo Muething has presented Stone on a Walk, his low-budget theater company offering “short, sweet and cheap” shows.   

Event: Cincy Brew Ha-Ha

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If 50 comedians performing over the span of three days doesn’t get you laughing, the annual Cincy Brew Ha-Ha beer and comedy festival has just what you need to give your silly streak a pulse: beer.  

Event: Indie Craft Market

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Love shopping local? Love handmade goodies?  

Event: Shake It Up Cocktail Festival

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Jungle Jim’s is a wonderland of exotic food and booze, and their new Shake It Up Cocktail Festival celebrates the end of summer with just that.  

Event: BootYard Bash

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OTR goes Country for Washington Park’s inaugural BootYard Bash.   

Event: Best Friends and Brews

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A night filled with everyone’s two favorite things: furry friends and beer.  

Event: Bonsai Show and Competition

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 19, 2015
The Bonsai Society of Greater Cincinnati descends on Krohn Conservatory for its annual weekend-long fall bonsai show and competition, Nature in Miniature.  

Event: An Afternoon with the Beer Barons

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum has been the final resting place of many a famous Cincinnatian, from lawyers and politicians to our beloved beer barons.  

Art: Bookworks XVI Artists Walk-Through at the Cincinnati Public Library

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In an age dominated by digital media, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, in conjunction with the Cincinnati Book Arts Society (CBAS), hosts an annual Bookworks exhibition in the atrium of the downtown public library featuring the work of local area book artists to remind readers of the tangible and artistic qualities of books.  

Event: Cincy Summer Streets

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Now in its second year, Cincy Summer Streets blocks off a neighborhood’s main drag to cars and traffic for a day of biking, skateboarding, yoga, cornhole, Frisbee, chalk art, giant Jenga and much, much more.   

Art: Under 30 at C-LINK Gallery

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 12, 2015
C-LINK Gallery at Brazee Street Studios hosts Under 30, an exhibition of artwork featuring local artists under the age of 30.   

Music: Ancient Warfare

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Lexington, Ky.’s Ancient Warfare are veterans of Cincinnati’s MidPoint Music Festival (among other regular area visits) and will return in late September to perform at 2015’s MPMF.  

Music: Bobby Long

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Clichés are truths that are almost predictably repeated, and one of life’s consistently quoted gems is, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” That’s not to say that Bobby Long would never have become a break-out star without a little assistance from a famous friend, but it certainly helped jumpstart the British singer/songwriter’s career by way of a very passionate fan base.