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Comedy: Johnny Beehner

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 “I’ve been told that after two or three years of marriage, a lot of couples decide to have babies,” comedian Johnny Beehner told an audience on The Late Show with David Letterman.  

Onstage: One Man, Two Guvnors

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Ready to laugh your ass off? Cincinnati Shakespeare Company has everyone doing just that with this contemporary version of Carlo Goldoni’s 1743 comic masterpiece, The Servant of Two Masters.   

Event: Urban Wine Festival

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Wine isn’t for snobs. At least that’s the concept behind Over-the-Rhine’s first Urban Wine Festival, which is presented by 1215 Wine Bar & Coffee Lab and takes place in their adjacent parking lot.  

Event: A Taste of Duveneck

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One of Cincinnati Art Museum’s most popular fundraisers, A Taste of Duveneck, celebrates its 25th anniversary Thursday in the museum’s courtyard and Great Hall.   

Event: Sayler Park Sustains

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In an effort to foster neighborhood engagement and educate residents in sustainable earth-first practices, Sayler Park Sustains features plenty of food trucks, local beer, vendors and raffles, along with music by The Tillers, Mamadrones and The Part-Time Gentlemen.  

Music: Flogging Molly and Gogol Bordello

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If you want to work up a sweat to some high-energy music this summer concert season, your best bet is coming up this weekend as the Flogging Molly/Gogol Bordello tour steamrolls into town.   

Film: Through A Lens Darkly

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The Cincinnati Art Museum is partnering with the Cincinnati Film Society to present a free screening of Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People.   

Event: Clambake in the Park

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Get your grub on, Louisiana style.  

Event: A Cosplay to Remember Leelah Alcorn

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The Diverse City Youth Chorus, Cincinnati Pride and the Cincinnati Comic Expo are bringing a one-day-only cosplay celebration (where you dress up as your favorite anime, video game, cartoon, comic book, etc. character) to Over-the-Rhine.  

Event: Second Sunday on Main

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Everyone’s favorite Over-the-Rhine block party returns  

Event: Margarita Madness

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Frozen or on the rocks? Either way, celebrate summer’s official cocktail at CityBeat’s annual Margarita Madness party.   

Music: PHOX

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Baraboo, Wisc.’s previous claims to fame have been as the birthplace/onetime operational base of the Ringling Brothers Circus (and other similar outfits, leading to its nickname, Circus City) and as  

TV: Orange is the New Black

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After a heavy second season that had many viewers wondering if drama would be a more appropriate genre designation than comedy (particularly for television awards), the ladies of Litchfield Penitentia  

Music: Broncho

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Over the past five years, Broncho has ridden its love of ’70s Punk and ’80s Indie Rock to a press kit full of praise and the kind of fairly high-profile song placements that couldn’t help but broaden its loyal fan base.   

Music: The Happy Maladies

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Even a cursory listen to The Happy Maladies’ slim but impressive Chamber Folk-meets-Indie-in-Jazztown catalog reveals a certain thoughtful deliberation.