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Music: Grouplove

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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.  

Comedy: Mike Vecchione

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Fresh from a run on this past summer’s Last Comic Standing, Mike Vecchione is back on the road.   

Lit: Don Heinrich Tolzmann

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Local author Don Heinrich Tolzmann has made it his mission to spread Germany’s rich history to Cincinnati and beyond for more than three decades.  

Music: The Pack A.D.

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Guitar/drum duo The Pack A.D. sport the adrenalized power of an unmanned locomotive with the throttle set to “bat out of hell.” 
  

Art: Michael Stillion Ghost in the Machine at the Phyllis Weston Gallery

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Michael Stillion, artist, Contemporary Arts Center preparator and curator of the center’s Shall I tell you the secret of the whole world? will have a solo exhibition of his paintings, drawings, collages and sculpture at Phyllis Weston Gallery.   

Event: MainStrasse Village Oktoberfest

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Head over to MainStrasse Village in Covington for the 36th annual Oktoberfest, a cultural experience that extends more than six city blocks.   

Event: Cincinnati ComiCon

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The aim of Cincinnati ComiCon is to produce a world-class comic book convention in Cincinnati that’s committed to putting the fans first.  

Event: Cincinnati Celtic Festival

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Grab your kilt and a Friendly Son of Saint Patrick for three days of Celtic celebration at Washington Park.  

Music: Ohio River Throwdown

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Showcasing many of the leading lights of the modern Americana movement, the Ohio River Throwdown returns this year for its second annual event.   

Event: Russian Fest

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Stuffed cabbage, piroshkis, nesting dolls — just a few of the cultural classics you’ll find at Russian Fest this Saturday at the St. George Russian Orthodox Church.    

Event: Old West Festival

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Strap on your boots, slap on your chaps and dust off your hats: a little piece of rural Ohio is rolling back in time with the seventh annual Old West Fest.