With a mix of Rock and Punk, plus a dash
of Pop sensibility, Mad Anthony has established itself as one of
Cincinnati’s most consistently eclectic and explosive recording artists,
something the group’s energized, fan-winning live show matches.
Long after the protests ended, after the
curfews were lifted and after buildings that had been burned were
rebuilt — in some cases replaced with shining new storefronts — the
fateful shooting in a dark alley just off Republic Street has continued
to have ripple effects.
While it’s a big deal that upstart
candidate Sanders has pulled off once-improbable victories, his
campaign will need much more juice if he is to win the ultimate upset
and take the Democratic nomination.
Abstinence-only sex-ed programs have ruled American classrooms
for the past 20 years despite reams of evidence showing they don't actually delay teen sex or pregnancy. Today, a convoluted federal funding stream is helping religious groups teach it in public school classrooms all across Cincinnati.
The group’s last album, 2014’s Attica!, amped up the noisy elements that have defined the band from the beginning, but Forever Sounds unleashes a sonic arsenal unlike anything in Wussy’s acclaimed catalog.