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MainEvent: Nappy Roots: An Affrilachian Arts Sampler

0 Comments · Friday, October 26, 2007
Roots of 'Affrilachia' Esteemed author/editor FRANK X WALKER knows there is much more to Appalachia beyond the stereotypes. He's the author of three exceptional books of poetry -- Affrilac  

MainEvent: Midnight Ramble documents African-American cinema

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Race on Film Once upon a time, race dominated the cultural conversation. Race music and race films spoke to and about the African American experience in a dialect that, at least initially, be  

MainEvent: Local author Scott Francis is pretty scary

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 10, 2007
The Truth Is Out There Leonard Nimoy's bassy voice kept me fixed on my set as he opened every episode of TV's In Search Of... with a story about the hidden worlds lurking just below the sur  

MainEvent: Isreali Film Festival of Cincinnati

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 3, 2007
Israeli Images We live in a rapidly-evolving age, one in which multiculturalism is both spreading and fracturing at the same time. Humans are now aware of almost everything but know almost no  

MainEvent: Gilgamesh In Uruk: G.I. In Iraq

0 Comments · Friday, September 28, 2007
Same Old Story Any story that's lasted for nearly five millennia must have something to say. That's the premise guiding and inspiring Performance Gallery, one of our city's more innovative  

MainEvent: Cincinnati Ballet offers 'New Works'

0 Comments · Friday, September 21, 2007
Dancing on the Cutting Edge At CINCINNATI BALLET it's not every day you hear a choreographer exclaim, "I'm out here hustlin'!" when he speaks of his work. But the Ballet's annual New Wo  

MainEvent: Michael Tisserand reads from his Katrina memoir

0 Comments · Friday, September 14, 2007
A Katrina Story of Hope, Support and Sugarcane Like a good many responsible adults, MICHAEL TISSERAND strived to put his life in order: He and his wife moved to a specific city neighborhood t  

Main Event: Dracula

0 Comments · Saturday, September 8, 2007
Biting Humor Dracula, as most of us who enjoy being creeped out are well aware, is one of the undead, drawing his vitality from mortals whom he drains of their blood and their independent spi  

MainEvent: Serious Comedy Showcase

0 Comments · Friday, August 24, 2007
Humming Along "I don't get to talk much," says Kristi Lee (pictured), news director of The Bob & Tom radio show. "There's a reason for that. Tom (Griswold) says my best talent is (that)   

MainEvent: Western & Southern Financial Group Masters

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Get in the Swing The initial days of the 109th year of the WESTERN & SOUTHERN FINANCIAL GROUP MASTERS event featured highly engaging qualifying matches and the fiery practice sessions of earl  

To Do List: : Real Pirates

Plus action at Manifest Gallery, Know Theater, Funny Bone on the Levee and more

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 8, 2007
Yo Ho Ho and a Barrel of the Real Thing "Hollywood and Johnny Depp didn't quite accurately portray real pirates," said Douglass McDonald, president/CEO of the Cincinnati Museum Center, at   

Main Event: Divertissement: Everyday Dancers' Stories

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Daydream Believers For most of us, ballet brings to mind a youthful fantasy world: tutus, satin pointe shoes, fairy tales. For the five middle-aged women in Ed Lippman's documentary, DIVERTI  

To Do List: : Radiant Baby

MainEvent: New Stage Collective offers another edgy production

0 Comments · Thursday, June 21, 2007
Oh, Baby There was a time in the mid-1980s when graffiti art was just beginning to rise to public consciousness as a legitimate art form. Keith Haring, a young graphic designer from Pennsylva  

MainEvent: Where Would You Wear That?

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Go Your Own Way Call it fashion, yet it's decidedly anti-fashion. Contemporary clothing becomes fine art as the Cincinnati Art Museum opens WHERE WOULD YOU WEAR THAT? THE MARY BASKETT COLLEC