This weekend the
Cincinnati Pops pays tribute to the music of Stephen Foster and other
songs rooted in the American experience with “American Originals,”
performed by veteran and emerging Roots musicians.
If there was a Cincinnati Entertainment
Awards category for pathologically busy musicians who start new projects
to occupy the time normally reserved for sleep or breathing, Prim would
take home the bling.
The test changes — which
implemented the controversial Common Core standards and required the
exam be taken online instead of on paper — have made passing the GED
test more difficult than anyone can remember.
Hamilton County commissioners have long agreed that
something must be done about the cramped, 40-year-old morgue and crime lab — but there is little agreement on what, exactly,
that something should be and how it will be funded.
To help commemorate the significant
moments of our nearly 200-year history, throughout Cincinnati you can
find brown double-sided aluminum plaques, each coated with gold
lettering and its own unique body of text.
Whereas the mainstream media poke and
peck at noteworthy events at single points in time, often devoid of
historical context or analysis, Project Censored seeks to clarify
understanding of real world issues and focus on what’s important.
With Black Friday quickly approaching (aka
Nov. 28, if you’re the type to pretend to ignore capitalism and Walmart
ads), the hive mind of America is focusing in on the holiest of all
holiday celebrations: shopping.
Just by adding the word “Biennial” to its official name for 2014,FotoFocus
— which occurs this month in some 50 venues throughout Greater
Cincinnati — is aiming to raise its importance and artistic