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Film: Robin Williams Tribute

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 9, 2014
The Esquire and its sister theaters, the Kenwood and Mariemont theaters, host a series of film screenings in tribute to actor Robin Williams.   

Event: Cincy Beerfest

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Cincy Beerfest is a craft beer block party on Fountain Square with more than 200 craft beers (local and national), local bands and food trucks.    

Art: Bindu: The First Circle

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Mixed-media artist Radha Lakshmi will present a glass installation at Brazee Street Studios’ gallery One One Friday evening.   

Art: Through the Lens: Over-the-Rhine, Our Architectural Gem at Betts House

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Through the Lens: Over-the-Rhine, Our Architectural Gem features photographs of Over-the-Rhine architecture by several photographers  

Music: Louis + Lang Lang + Beethoven

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Heralded as the “hottest artist on the classical music planet,” Lang Lang heads to Music Hall for the gala opening performance of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s 120th season.   

Event: The Taste of India

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The Hindu Temple of Greater Cincinnati hosts this culinary Mela (a Sanskrit word for “gathering” or “fair”).  

Event: Scope Out 2014 Astronomy Fair

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Celebrate astronomy and science all day and night with talks, science demonstrations, hands-on activities, safe sun viewing, environmental education, history exhibitions and a few surprises.  

Art: Lighten Up at Sidewinder Coffee

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Graphic designer/visual artist Matt Cave (as Matt Crave) will show a group of drawings, paintings, digital art, prints and collages in Lighten Up at Sidewinder Coffee.  

Event: Farm to Fork: A Celebration of Women Farmers

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Edible Ohio Valley co-hosts the third annual Farm to Fork: A Celebration of Women Farmers at Grailville.  

Event: Harvest Home Fair

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 2, 2014
More than 150 years ago, a farmer held a fair in Green Township to celebrate his harvest. Now, that same fair is not only still alive but the “biggest little fair in Ohio.”   

Music: Grouplove

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 2, 2014
If you do a Google search for Grouplove, you may get a few hits that aren’t necessarily what you’re looking for (or it may be right up your three-laned alley; I don’t know you), but at least a few should take you to information about the L.A.-based Indie Rock/Electro Pop quintet.  

Music: Ellis Paul

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Ellis Paul is a musician who has hung in there over the years despite the ups and downs of the music business.  

Music: Legendary Shack Shakers

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Originally based out of Paducah, Ky., the wild and woolly band of hillbilly music-twisting punkers is moving forward as its 20th anniversary looms. 
  

Onstage: Hands On a Hardbody

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Hand it to Ensemble Theatre for kicking off its 2014-2015 season with the regional premiere of a recent Broadway musical, Hands on a Hardbody.   

Music: The Piano Guys

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 2, 2014
For one night only, Internet sensation The Piano Guys take over the Aronoff Center’s Procter & Gamble Hall with the band’s innovative blend of Classical and Pop music.