Drum Circles, live music, recycling
games, costume contests, furry and scaly critters, parades with
Earth-friendly mascots and lectures — there are countless ways to
celebrate our planet on Saturday at Sawyer Point’s Earth Day
Despite the determination of national
media to proffer Cincinnati as an example of a city that has rectified
all of its problems related to issues of race, the experience of those
affected by our city’s efforts to “revitalize” ground zero neighborhoods
like Over-the-Rhine tell a much different story.
The past five years have been fairly
auspicious for The Roomsounds. The Connecticut quartet began its musical
life as a full-bore Punk band under a different name, which earned the
group a slot on the Warped Tour and scored it a Warner Bros. contract.
“I really just wanted to try and do something nice for a good cause,” says comedian Tabari McCoy, who organized Wednesday’s Laugh Til It Helps benefit show at Go Bananas; funds raised will benefit The Cure Starts Now, in honor of the memory of Lauren Hill.
Dreamy, gauzy Indie Pop outfit Twin Limb
initially began with Lacey Guthrie (vocals, accordion, keys) and Maryliz
Bender (drums, guitar, vocals), who entered the studio with producer
Kevin Ratterman to record an album.
What do Grave Digger, Max D, Scooby Doo,
El Toro Loco, Monster Mutt Dalmatian and Zombie have in common? They’re
all world-famous, 1,500-horsepower trucks you can see at Monster Jam,
which comes to Cincinnati on Friday.