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Attractions: Downtown Cincinnati Public Art Map

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Downtown and Over-the-Rhine streets, parks, walls and other spaces have so much public art that it's worth a special walking tour — or five.  

Event: Newport Italianfest

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Join more than 100,000 fellow Italian food and culture enthusiasts on the Newport riverfront to celebrate (and stuff yourself with) Italian food and fun all weekend long at Italianfest.    

Event: The Original Creative Festival

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The Original Creative Festival, Quilt, Sew and Fiber Expo features a display of more than 300 quilts from around the world.   

Onstage: Carmen

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Cincinnati Opera kicks off its season with Carmen, a rep mainstay about a gypsy woman who lives by her own rules.    

Comedy: Mike Stanley

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When he was younger, Mike Stanley wasn’t sure how one became a comedian. “I thought you had to live in New York or Los Angeles and be a movie star,” Stanley says.  

Music: Julian Velard

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Friday’s debut concert at the DownTowne Listening Room features acclaimed Piano Pop singer/songwriter Julian Velard.  

Event: Jungle Jim's International Beer Fest

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It’s not summer until there’s barbecue and binge drinking, and Jungle Jim’s is providing more than 350 different beers from more than 100 breweries — national and international — at its ninth annual International Beer Fest.   

Comedy: Bill Cosby

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Iconic comic (and everybody’s favorite TV dad) Bill Cosby will make a rare appearance at the Aronoff Center.  

Art: Collaborate at Galaxie Skateshop

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Galaxie Skateshop presents Collaborate, a group show featuring artwork by Jaclin Hastings, Tory Keith, Chris Luessen, Doug Korfhagen, Joel Blazer, Amber Bowers and Dave Ackles, among others.  

Event: Juneteenth Festival

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In 1988, Cincinnati’s Juneteenth tradition began as a neighborhood festival in Kennedy Heights, celebrating Emancipation Day and drawing close to 1,500 people to Daniel Drake Park for picnicking, games and historical reenactments.   

Event: Queen City Invitational Baseball Festival

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Since 1869, Cincinnati’s been a baseball city — the first professional one, in fact, thanks to the Cincinnati Red Stockings. And the Cincinnati Vintage Base Ball Club is putting those red stockings back on for a day of old fashioned baseball.   

Event: MainStrasse Village Goettafest

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If there’s anything Cincinnatians love more than enjoying their ancestors’ loving gift of breakfasty goetta goodness, it’s absolutely nothing.  

Onstage: League of Cincinnati Theatres Awards

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Since last August, representatives of the League of Cincinnati Theatres have attended shows and identified productions and performers to be considered for their annual awards.  

Event: Mercantile Library Harriet Beecher Stowe Lecture

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas will speak at the Mercantile Library’s Harriet Beecher Stower Lecture on Tuesday.  

Event: Margarita Madness

0 Comments · Tuesday, June 10, 2014
CityBeat hosts its second annual Margarita Madness party, presented by Milagro tequila.