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Music: Johnnyswim

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The success of duo Johnnyswim has come gradually and organically.   

Music: Family and Friends

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When Marcus Mumford and his multi-talented Sons hit the trifecta of artistic integrity, critical acclaim and mainstream success, a good many similarly inclined groups climbed on the stomp-and-chant Folk/Rock carousel and made a grab for the same brass ring.  

Event: Sugar Rush

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We’ve all heard the phrase “Like a kid in a candy store,” but you don’t have to be a child to indulge in a smorgasbord of sweets.  

Event: Great Inland Seafood Festival

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While there might not be any lobster in the Ohio River, there will be 10,000 of them — imported from Maine — on the banks of the Ohio all weekend for the 28th-annual Great Inland Seafood Festival.  

Comedy: Dan St. Germain

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“I am recently single,” comedian Dan St. Germain explains to an audience.  

Music: Joe Bonamassa

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Guitarist/singer Joe Bonamassa says his new DVD/album, Muddy Wolf at Red Rocks, captures a concert that will always stand out as a highlight of his musical life.  

Sports: Western & Southern Open

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Cincinnatians freaked out last month when Major League Baseball’s superstars descended on the Queen City for the All-Star Game. This month, the best of the best of another major sport will come to town when the Western & Southern Open kicks off in Mason.   

Music: Streetvibes Music Fest

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The Cincinnati Homeless Coalition is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its newspaper, Streetvibes, by throwing a music fundraiser this weekend.  

Event: Party in Plaid & Paisley

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With the mission to provide a safe environment and supportive services for those living with HIV/AIDS in the Tristate, nonprofit Caracole hosts the third-annual Party in Plaid & Paisley.   

Onstage: Company

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The Carnegie is staging Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s musical that broke the mold back in 1970, opening a new direction with a concept about friends advising a 35-year-old bachelor about the virtues and challenges of marriage.   

Onstage: The Food of Love

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Kick off the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra’s Summermusik series in style at Food of Love: Fête, an elegant Art Deco-inspired soirée preceding Summermusik’s opening concert Saturday.  

Event: Midwest Regional Black Family Reunion Celebration

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Started in 1989, this weekend celebration is wholeheartedly dedicated to showcasing and reinforcing the strengths, values and historic morals of the Black Family.   

Art: Matt Morris Gallery Talk

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Matt Morris, the Chicago-based artist/curator whose show The Perfect Kiss (QQ)* *questioning, queer is at Contemporary Arts Center, will be there himself Sunday to give a gallery talk and sign his new exhibit-related book.  

Art: Bail or No?

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Bail or No? The Impossible Tricks Show is the latest unusual exhibition from the Near*By curatorial collective.  

Event: 1940's Weekend

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Men, strap on your fedoras, and ladies, put on your favorite shirtwaist, because it’s time to Lindy Hop back in time and experience a little living history at Union Terminal’s 1940’s Weekend, a celebration of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.