All vinyl nights — select evenings at bars
and other venues where people come to spin and listen to vinyl records —
have their own distinct personality and all are responses to the
ongoing revival of interest (and sales) in vinyl records.
After years of playing in Cincinnati bands and touring with various bands as a sound man and guitar tech, Steve Schmoll decided to put his energy into the all-vinyl Northside record shop, Black Plastic.
Agriculture made the first cities possible — urban agriculture dates back to the first cities formed in Mesopotamia around 3500 B.C. — so it’s fitting that this ancient concept is now shaping urban areas of the future.
Is RAW:natural born artists on the cutting edge of artistic empowerment, or is it
profiting off the idea that inclusion in its network is the next step to
artistic relevance in exchange for a one-time fee? The reality likely lies somewhere in between.
Leaders at the Freedom Center are celebrating the institution's 10-year
anniversary with a new president, a revised budget, a growing number of
national and international partnerships and big plans for the future.
The CEAs are a much bigger production
than people might assume, and while it might appear that some of us up
there were winging it at times (definitely true), we think that’s part
of what makes the event great.