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Lights, Camera, Live-Action

Cult classics come to life at Esquire Theatre

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 16, 2012
At the century-old Esquire Theatre in Clifton, a night at the movies can involve anything from dancing along to a live cast during The Rocky Horror Picture Show, throwing snow as a live choir sings along to White Christmas or reciting the lines to your favorite cult classic with an auditorium full of equally devoted fans.  

FOTOFOCUS 2012

Regional celebration of photograpyhy takes Cincinnati art scene by storm

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 10, 2012
As the name implies, FOTOFOCUS was created with the intention to focus Cincinnati's attention on photography as an expansive, growing and dynamic form of artwork. It's developed into something great  

Creative Expansion

MidPoint celebrates the arts with carnival and film fest components

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 26, 2012
As the MidPoint Music Festival continues to grow, festival organizers are finding new ways to give audiences opportunities to interact with independent creatives in various fields. This year, not only will ArtWorks’ Box Truck Carnival be returning, but for the first time ever MPMF will also include a film festival.  

Riding the Endangered Rails

Cross-country train travel offers unique perspectives

1 Comment · Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Rail trips are sobering in this way and accommodations — both coach and first class — that seem spacious in daylight can feel like hard little boxes at night. There’s a curious mix of comfort and discomfort that comes along for the ride.  

Put An Owl On It

Night Owl Market is a lively addition to OTR nightlife

2 Comments · Wednesday, August 29, 2012
NOM is a unique event in that it serves multiple purposes for late-night visitors — it’s a great place for bar hoppers to stop for some munchies and music, or to keep up the pace after the bars close. But it’s also a fun, booze-free alternative for other nightlifers.   

Fall Arts Picks

Onstage, visual arts and lit

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 29, 2012
FOTOFOCUS might be taking over many local arts venues this fall, but local theaters, galleries, dance companies and others have another full slate of thoughtful entertainment in store.
  

From 'Rocko' to 'Reno'

Comedian Carlos Alazraqui's portfolio bursts with unexpected voice roles

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 22, 2012
The sixth annual Brew Ha-Ha is upon us. Saturday's headliner Carlos Alazraqui is probably best known as Officer James Garcia on Comedy Central’s Reno 911!.
  

Pedaling For A Cause

BikeFest offers participants opportunities to assist and learn about local charities

1 Comment · Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Episcopal Community Services Foundation’s BikeFest is more than a charity ride; it offers riders from a variety of athletic backgrounds — both serious and occasional riders — the opportunity to learn about and engage with the local charities they’re serving.   

We Go Way Back

The rich history of the Northside Fourth of July Parade

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 3, 2012
It's no secret that the Northside neighborhood throws an Independence Day party like nobody’s business. Folks flock from all over the Cincinnati area to spend some time in the city’s hub of all things hip for two full days packed with live music, local food, a family-friendly carnival and, of course, the annual Fourth of July parade. What most spectators and marchers might not know? They’re carrying on a 158-year-old tradition that dates back to the days when Central Parkway was underwater.  

Best of Cincinnati Celebration

5-9 p.m. March 30 at Memorial Hall, Over-the-Rhine

0 Comments · Monday, March 7, 2011
Tickets are available at the door Wednesday for the Best of Cincinnati Celebration, where you'll encounter the city's best people, food, drinks and prizes ... plus a peek at one of the main locations where George Clooney, Paul Giamatti and Ryan Gosling recently filmed their movie 'The Ides of March.' Join us for the best Opening Day Eve ever.  

Swizzle Soiree 2011

Celebrate CityBeat's annual guide to great bars and clubs in Greater Cincinnati

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Join in celebrating the good times at Lunar, Cincinnati's hottest new disco lounge! Ben Davis of Bad Veins and Yusef Quotah of You You're Awesome are laying down the dance grooves. And, yes, there's complimentary Heineken, Absolut and Palomino!   

50 Cool Things [The Fall Event Guide]

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 16, 2009
The fall might be the only time of year when the weather starts getting cooler, but people in Cincinnati spend the entire year being totally cool. Here’s a list of 50 reasons* why the Queen City is cooler than ever this fall. *In no particular order. Be cool, man!  

Events: Face Your Fear

Reviewing the area's best haunted houses

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Halloween has always been my favorite time of year. It's the only holiday that's really for kids. It's all fun: no rituals, no observances, no propaganda. Why aren't more holidays this cool?   

Events: New Year's Eve in Greater Cincinnati

Plenty of options for your big day/night out

1 Comment · Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Bar/Restaurant Packages Tap your toes and raise your glass with Jake Speed and the Freddies at ARNOLD'S BAR AND GRILL, which offers a crawfish/shrimp buffet, music, party favors, sandwich buf  

Events: The Story of Ron

Comedian discusses his 20-year stand-up career

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 18, 2006
Things are going well for comedian Ron White. "Yeah, it's seems to be going pretty well considering that five years ago I was living in my best friend's attic and had just gotten out of a relat