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Music: Andrew W.K.

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 22, 2013
In 2002, I interviewed Andrew W.K. about his debut full length, I Get Wet, famous for its cover shot of his hemorrhaging nose and ubiquitous hit single, "Party Hard." Back then, AWK was trying to br  

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Comedian Tim Northern, AVP Pro Volleyball Tour, Riverfest, Robin Eubanks, New Orleans drawers in Clifton and much more

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 27, 2008
THURSDAY 8/28 ART: CLIFTON CULTURAL ARTS CENTER Thursday marks the opening of the Clifton Cultural Arts Center's first exhibition, the immense project entitled Floodwall by artist Jana Napoli.   

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New art at Melt, Murmur and the Art Museum; VHS or BETA; Maija and her 'Milk Money;' Smarty Pants comedy and much more

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 20, 2008
WEDNESDAY 8/20 ART: MELT The panini-style, vegan-friendly sandwich nook in Northside is dependable for offering sharp, surprising menu items as well as rewarding, low-profile exhibitions that expoun  

Rev Run & Justine Simmons, getting scared by 'Blue Velvet,' Macabre, Black Family Reunion, lots of art openings and much more

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 13, 2008
ART: ART ACADEMY Christa Dalien's newly opened exhibition of works on paper entitled Not Fade Away runs smoothly across the walls of the Art Academy of Cincinnati's Convergys Gallery.  

A really long yard sale, seafood festival on the river, Greg Giraldo, Taste of Colerain and much more

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 6, 2008
WEDNESDAY 8/06 MUSIC: JAKE LA BOTZ gets ready for his third annual tattoo parlour tour at One Shot Tattoo. See Sound Advice preview here.  

Katy Perry, LaVell Crawford, Kanye West, lots of new art and much more

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 30, 2008
MUSIC: KATY PERRY, cheeky former Christian Pop singer, will most likely perform her bi-curious hit "I Kissed a Girl" at the Van's Warped Tour.  

La Traviata, Great Cincinnati Families at Home, tennis in Mason, Pajama Game, Final Friday and much more

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 23, 2008
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Funny puppets, sining along to art, Frog Bog, Barefoot in the Park, 24-Hour Film School and much more

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0 Comments · Wednesday, July 16, 2008
WEDNESDAY 7/16 ONSTAGE: FOREVER PLAID, a dinner musical presented by the Commonwealth Theatre Company, masters tight harmony. See Tom McElfresh's review here. ART: TAFT MUSEUM OF ART allows  

Laser Magic, Juston McKinney, St. Rita Festival, Adrian Belew Power Trio and much more

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0 Comments · Wednesday, July 9, 2008
WEDNESDAY 7/09 ART: WESTON ART GALLERY houses three exhibits (Exodus/Elegy, piece work and Fundamentalism), each featuring either sculptural works or paintings. See Jane Durrell's Exodus/Ele  

Northside Rock 'N Roll Carnival, Cajun comedy, motorcycles in Newport, balloons at Coney Island and much more

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0 Comments · Wednesday, July 2, 2008
WEDNESDAY 7/02 ART: MEYERS GALLERY Midway is currently on display at the University of Cincinnati's Meyers Gallery in the Steger Student Life Center and features sculptural works and drawing  

Feralmade, Mike Armstrong, The Fairmount Girls and much more...

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0 Comments · Wednesday, June 25, 2008
WEDNESDAY 6/25 ART: FERALMADE's latest exhibition, Obsolete, highlights a dying photographic medium: the Polaroid. See review here. ART: CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM David Macaulay can turn anythi  

Terry Gross, 5th Street Gallery art sale, Jitney, a new Happen Inc., WNKU's "power drive" and much more

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0 Comments · Wednesday, June 18, 2008
WEDNESDAY 6/18 ART: 5TH STREET GALLERY Contemporary art expert Danny Brown has collected some of the best work by some of the best artists in our area. Faced by deteriorating health and the r  

William Gibson, ETC's Trailer Musical, Indie Summer, Mates of State and much more

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0 Comments · Wednesday, June 11, 2008
WEDNESDAY 6/11 ONSTAGE: THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL It might seem a tad antithetical to talk about a trailer park and the Tony Awards in the same breath, but thanks to Ensemble Th  

The Cincinnati Fringe Festival, The Cool Kids, and much more"

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0 Comments · Wednesday, June 4, 2008
WEDNESDAY 6/04 ONSTAGE: THE CINCINNATI FRINGE FESTIVAL continues through Saturday evening. See previews here and reviews here. ART: THE ART ACADEMY The Art Academy of Cincinnati's Pearlman   

Bill Bellamy, 'Three' artists, Summerfair, Powerhouse Factories, PKU Walk-a-Thon and much more...

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0 Comments · Wednesday, May 28, 2008
WEDNESDAY 5/28 ONSTAGE: JERSEY BOYS, a good "jukebox musical," continues through June 15. See Rick Pender's review here. FRIDAY 5/30 ART: ARTWORKS GALLERY CityBeat visual arts writer