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Event: Sayler Park Sustains

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Cincinnati’s “Western gateway” park is hosting another kid-friendly, mother-earth-approved celebration of sustainability and conscious living.   

Event: OTR Performs/Hip Art in the Park

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 27, 2014
In promotion of street art that’s also street smart, Elementz Urban Arts Center is presenting a Hip Hop and R&B concert by Elementz artists and the Cincinnati Boychoir.   

Attractions: Opening Day at The Beach

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2014
The Beach Waterpark returns from its offseason with more improvements, boasting a brand new zip line and new kids play areas.  

Event: Local Fest

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2014
In celebration of green grass, good food and the Cincinnati community, the Grailville Retreat and Program Center is hosting its second annual Local Fest — a day marked by the artwork, food and music of the city’s inhabitants.  

Event: Taste of Cincinnati

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2014
The nation’s longest-running culinary arts festival returns this weekend with the Taste of Cincinnati.  

Event: Bike Prom

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2014
The Cincinnati Hardcourt Bike Polo players are asking you to prom, so prepare to ride in formal style.  

Event: Mount Auburn Tours

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Every Sunday in May, park rangers have led 90-minute guided walks through Mount Auburn’s National Historic District to introduce visitors to the history and architectural variety that make Mount Auburn one of Cincinnati’s core communities.
  

Event: Kehinde Wiley Documentary Film Screening at 21c

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Portraitist Kehinde Wiley’s paintings of contemporary persons of color in classical poses reflect his desire to deliberately place this group within the context of traditional Western painting.  

Onstage: Hello, Dolly!

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Cincinnati Landmark Productions no longer presents a summer season on board the Showboat Majestic, but fear not: They’ve scheduled a season of shows at the Covedale Center that are the kind of fare Showboat audiences have loved for more than two decades.  

Literary: Greg Iles

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Mississippi-based author Greg Iles nearly died in car wreck during the initial writing of his new novel, Natchez Burning, an experience that couldn’t help but make its way into the finished book.   

Comedy: Dan St. Germain

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 20, 2014
It’s not a matter of figuring out where you’ve seen Dan St. Germain before, it’s more like where haven’t you seen him. He has appeared on Comedy Central, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Best Week Ever, John Oliver’s New York Stand-up Show, The Electric Company(!) and loads more.  

Music: Glue

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Indie Hip Hop supergroup Glue hasn’t performed in more than five years, but on Friday two-thirds of the crew will reassemble for a Glue reunion show in Northside.  

Art: The Moon Show

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 20, 2014
This Saturday semantics gallery in Brighton hosts the opening of a show curated by the new artist collective Near*By.  

Event: Bikes in Bloom

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Take a drive through Milford in the next few weeks to see bikes used as garden art instead of transportation. Take a drive through Milford in the next few weeks to see bikes used as garden art instead of transportation. Bicycles and tricycles will be adorned with flowers and plants during Milford’s fourth annual Bikes in Bloom event.  

Onstage: Peter Pan

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 13, 2014
As a kid in the 1950s, I watched a memorable TV broadcast of a Broadway musical, Peter Pan, starring Mary Martin as the spritely leader of the Lost Boys — flying high above the stage, singing “I’ve Gotta Crow” and doing battle with Captain Hook.