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0 Comments · Thursday, April 26, 2001
Thursday 26We're all about beds. And we'll definitely be needing nap time what with all the Tristate has to offer this week. So much to do, not enough time, and all that mumbo-jumbo. We have a feeli  

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0 Comments · Thursday, April 12, 2001
Thursday 12Moses made it turn to blood. Usually it's a syrupy drape gray, like the color of Dick Cheney's skin. And now VIRGINIA MORELL is trying to tell us the Nile River is blue. Go figure. Well  

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0 Comments · Thursday, April 5, 2001
Thursday 5We've often suffered a LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT. Here in our office, we commonly refer to it as deadline day. Eugene O'Neill, however, seemed to have a whole other take on it as he c  

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0 Comments · Thursday, March 29, 2001
Thursday 29Who woulda thunk the Oscars would make for such great comic fodder? Maybe it was the poinsettias attacking Sigourney Weaver's neck or Russell Crowe's looks of scorn at host Steve Martin.   

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0 Comments · Thursday, March 22, 2001
Thursday 22He's not one to toot his own horn, but he has gotten a lot of attention for the way he blows. In fact, local sax great NELSON C. BURTON has made one great career playing with the likes o  

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0 Comments · Thursday, March 15, 2001
Thursday 15What's not to like about DINNER WITH FRIENDS? You've got your fine wine, your good conversation, more fine wine, your hearty meal and still more fine wine. Of course, by the end of the e  

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0 Comments · Thursday, March 8, 2001
Thursday 8Maybe you'd think AVENUE X was the street of porno make-believe, where Tracy Lords lives with John Holmes in their white picket fence house with their kids, Neil and Bob. And if you keep   

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0 Comments · Thursday, March 1, 2001
Thursday 1Nothing but the best for us! You wouldn't catch us dead at a rent-a-room-by-the-hour dive motel. We treat our worn-out bodies to the crème de la crème. GRAND HOTEL: THE MUSICA  

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0 Comments · Thursday, January 18, 2001
Thursday 18The students at the School for Creative and Performing Arts AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'. They were brought up proper. Of course, they do tend to burst into song and dance for no apparent reason, wh  

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0 Comments · Thursday, January 11, 2001
THURSDAY 11Kiss a little longer, hold tight a little longer, stay close alittle longer, longer with Patrick Marber's CLOSER, a lovingly brutal tale of just how bad a bad relationship can be, reeking  

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0 Comments · Thursday, December 21, 2000
Thursday 21Antelopes, hippopotami and polar bears! All will be dressed up in Christmas lights for the Cincinnati Zoo's FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS. Orangutans will be covered in tinsel and the giraffes will   

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0 Comments · Thursday, December 7, 2000
ThursdayWe've heard quite a few YULETIDE TALL TALES in our time. And they haven't allowed us to nestle up with visions of sugarplums dancing in our heads. No, instead we lie there tossing and turni  

Critics Picks: Can We Talk?

Chamber orchestra's youthful new conductor is eager to engage audiences

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 22, 2000
Mischa Santora is between appointments. The young conductor has a lot on his mind, and he's only able to give me 20 minutes of his tightly scheduled time for an interview. Santora's voice on the  

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Welch's Finger Prints highlights Cincinnati Ballet's season opener

0 Comments · Thursday, November 16, 2000
We might see some amazing dancing when Finger Prints, choreographed by Australian Stanton Welch, opens Cincinnati Ballet's season at the Aronoff Center, with three additional works: Aquilarco, L  

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Equine artist Lynn Judd went hog wild for the Big Pig Gig

0 Comments · Thursday, November 9, 2000
Artist Lynn Judd didn't just delicately saddle up for The Big Pig Gig: She mounted it full on and galloped away. Not only did she offer to do the very first pig, but Judd, a specialist in painti