by Fountain Square today to celebrate Museum Day, an event that brings the
area’s best art and history museums and attractions to one spot. Get
information about your favorite museums and historical sites and discover
attractions you didn’t know Cincinnati had to offer. Participants include the Behringer-Crawford
Museum, The Betts House, Cincinnati Observatory Center, Cincinnati Reds Hall of
Fame & Museum, Fire Museum of Greater Cincinnati, Heritage Village Museum,
Lloyd Library & Museum, Harriet Beecher Stowe House, Taft Museum of Art,
White Water Shaker Village and many more. The free event runs though 2 p.m. on
is the most hilarious Tri-State resident? Each year, Go Bananas
tries to answer that question with the club’s Funniest Person in Cincinnati
Tonight the competition kicks off with semi-pros Dwight Simmons,
Ranaan Hershberg, Jebb Lyons and Lindsay Boling and several amateurs. Five
bucks gets you in the door to check out some of Cincy’s up-and-coming comics.
The competition will continue weekly through August, when the favorite comedian
will be crowned
“The Bloggess” Lawson makes a stop at Joseph-Beth
Booksellers at Rookwood Pavilion tonight — kind of. The Internet superstar will
discuss her “mostly true memoir,” Let’s
Pretend This Never Happened via Skype at the book store. The Bloggess’
literary debut features mortifyingly hilarious anecdotes that helped shape an
awkward girl into a wildly popular writer. The book talk begins at 7 p.m. Admission is free.
Check out our To Do page for art exhibits, theater shows and other events happening tonight and follow our music blog for nightly club shows and concerts.