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Miss Lonelyhearts, Artonmony, Herculaneum, Muskies on the march and much more

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0 Comments · Friday, February 8, 2008
WEDNESDAY 2/6 ART: MIAMI UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM Even though the exhibition runs until May 10, get yourself out to the explosive installations, photographs and prints by Sally Heller in Bloom N  

Menopause: The Musical, Mardi Gras, new library, human rights films, chamber music and more

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0 Comments · Thursday, January 31, 2008
WEDNESDAY 1/30 ONSTAGE: MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL If you're older than 50 and female, perhaps the subject of "the change of life" brings you together with friends. If so, you might find yours  

Frank X Walker reads, Cincinnati Shakespeare doubles up, Roz G. is right and much more

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0 Comments · Wednesday, January 23, 2008
WEDNESDAY 1/23 LITERARY: FRANK X WALKER Affrilachian poet Frank X Walker spends his time making the invisible visible using his words, not magic. His latest collection of poems, When Winter C  

Weighty art, library books for sale, Colin Powell speaks and much more

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0 Comments · Sunday, January 20, 2008
WEDNESDAY 1/16 ART: UC's REED GALLERY It's hard to find art that attends to issues of an artist's own healing, or else monitors our society's ability to cope, without seeming cliché.  

Wicked Broadway fun, free dance classes, women's art and much more

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0 Comments · Tuesday, January 15, 2008
WEDNESDAY 1/9 ONSTAGE: WICKED "Something wicked this way comes" wails Shakespeare's second witch in Macbeth. This week most of the wailing will be about the shortage of tickets for Wicked,  

One World Wednesday, tree recycling, monster trucks, Arctic art and more

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0 Comments · Saturday, January 5, 2008
WEDNESDAY 1/2 EVENTS: ONE WORLD WEDNESDAY Is winter getting you down? Skip airport security, flight delays and an expensive vacation and head south with One World Wednesdays at the Cincinnati   

MainEvent: Brüder

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 26, 2007
Satiating the Soul The Southgate House Gallery serves up a hearty collection of paintings in Jarrod Becker’s exhibit Brüder. Like a Russian borsch on a stormy night, these works satiate the s  

Main Event: The Nutcracker moves out of its comfort zone

0 Comments · Thursday, December 20, 2007
Out of the Comfort Zone To every thing there is a season. When you see dancing mice, Sugar Plum fairies, a flying sleigh bed and international dolls springing to life, you know it's Nutcrack  

MainEvent: Catacoustic Consort offers sounds of the season

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Ancient Sounds of the Season As the artistic director for the CATACOUSTIC CONSORT, Annalisa Pappano is like Mission: Impossible's Jim Phelps. Her mission, which she has chosen to accept sinc  

Main Event: 'A Christmas Carol' leads parade of holiday productions

0 Comments · Thursday, December 6, 2007
'Tis the Season Holiday shows are the bread and butter of most theater companies -- put on something good and it will support a lot of other kinds of work throughout the year. There are some  

MainEvent: 1305 Gallery offers Yuletide show

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Hot Fun in the Wintertime Sometimes artists just want to have fun. No heavy messages, no serious stuff at all. Lily Mulberry's 1305 GALLERY on Main Street gives these impulses full bloom in   

Main Event: Cincinnati World Cinema

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Year-end films seek to do so much more than simply entertain. They want to compel and preach about the state of the world, especially this year, when it seems as if Iraq War fallout lands in the   

MainEvent: Dayton Contemporary Dance Company

0 Comments · Friday, November 16, 2007
DCDC Will Rock Your Socks and Your Soul DAYTON CONTEMPORARY DANCE COMPANY, based just a short hop away from Cincinnati, returns to the Queen City this weekend for a pair of performances in th  

Main Event: Caught in the Flow at the CAC

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 7, 2007
If you've walked by the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) lately, you've probably noticed the steady transformation of the stark white lobby walls into their present kaleidoscopic state. "FLOW,"  

MainEvent: Brink shows off best of the area's new music

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 31, 2007
On the Brink For the past seven years, CityBeat has presented BRINK: A NEW MUSIC SHOWCASE as an addendum to the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards' music program. While the CEAs are a party int