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Music: Goodbye June with Mamadrones

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 18, 2015
There’s a distinctively rootsy Americana vibe that snakes its way through the Hard Rock volume of Goodbye June, like a lazy southern river.   

Music: Drive-By Truckers with Eric Church

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Drive-By Truckers’ 10th studio album, 2014’s English Oceans, finds the prolific Georgia-bred Roots rockers rolling down the same dusty highway that has made them one of the singular acts of the last 15 years — twang-infested, Skynyrd-esque guitars, modest yet affecting vocals and lyrics that illuminate the lives of everyday Southerners.   

Music: Red with Islander, 3 Years Hollow and Seven Circle Sunrise

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Since its 2004 formation, Red has had a rather chameleonic presence.   

Music: Galactic with The Record Company

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 18, 2015
New Orleans is of course known for its musical history and for producing funky jams amidst the joyous chaos of the city.
  

Music: Vince Gill & Friends

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Although Vince Gill is not yet 60, he is already in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Known as a singer with many No. 1 hits over the years, he is considered a musician’s musician and his varied  

Onstage: Detroit '67

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 17, 2015
It was a hot time in Detroit nearly 50 years ago when race riots were destroying inner-city neighborhoods.  

Lit: M.O. Walsh

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 17, 2015
The opening chapter of M.O. Walsh’s debut novel, My Sunshine Away, deftly sets the scene of what’s to follow, a narrative that centers on a piercing event in the life a 15-year-old girl.   

Comedy: Michael Malone

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Craziness never stops for comedian Michael Malone.  

Art: Albano Afonso: Self Portrait as Light at 21C

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Brazilian multimedia artist Albano Afonso’s first solo exhibition in the U.S. will also be the first exhibition co-curated by the Contemporary Arts Center (Steven Matijicio) and 21c Museum Hotel (Alice Gray Stites), two neighboring arts institutions with similar missions but different approaches.  

Event: Monty Python and the Holy Grail

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Monty Python is blithely ridiculous, side-splittingly hilarious and arguably one of the best comedies of all time.   

Event: Mozart's Requiem

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 17, 2015
This week, resident choreographer Adam Hougland brings Mozart’s Requiem to life in an exploration of mortality displayed in vignettes.  

Music: Helmet

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 17, 2015
While Nirvana was bringing attention to the sound of many bands on the independent label Sub Pop in the early ’90s, Helmet was the first band to break wide with the sound of another important underground label of that era — Amphetamine Reptile.  

Onstage: Classical Roots: Journey of Faith

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Join the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Classical Roots Community Mass Choir and Take 6 as they bring a blend of Gospel, Jazz, R&B and Pop to the stage.   

Event: Celtic Lands Culture Fest

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 17, 2015
March 17 might be the big day for the Irish, but don’t write off Celtic celebrations just yet because on Saturday the Cincinnati Museum Center is holding its annual Celtic Lands Culture Fest for the 16th year running.  

Event: Hate Crimes in the Heartland

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Rachel Lyon’s 2004 documentary Hate Crimes in the Heartland explores current and past hate crimes that have been committed in America by studying two that occurred in Tulsa, Okla. — the 1921 Race Riots and the 2012 shootings that targeted African-Americans.