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New Year's Eve Events

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Ring in the 2012 the right way. Cincinnati will be filled with the best parties of the year. Before all those resolutions kicks in, let loose and have fun.
  

The Year in Film and Music

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 21, 2011
In this Year in Film and Music special edition, you'll hear from local writers and musicians about their year. We'll take a look at ambitious movies with inconclusive endings. You'll learn about the loss of two seminal local music venues, and much more.
  

Korn, Megaupload and Pearl Jam

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 14, 2011
The good news for political conservatives — they finally have a somewhat relevant musical act on their side now! The bad news? It’s Korn. With enough paranoid hyperbole to make even Glenn Beck say, “Uh, that’s a little nutty,” Davis told Billboard that Korn’s new song “Illuminati” was inspired by America’s President, who he calls an “illuminati puppet.”  

Gifts Under $25

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 14, 2011
From coffee gifts packs to vegan ice cream, we've got all your small, budget conscience gifts for your holiday needs. Try some award-winning goetta or hand-painted ceramic spice grinders.
  

Gifts Over $100

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 14, 2011
From vases to jewelry. We've got all your high end gifts for your loved ones. Try a lace vace or a Thad Cline Art Deco ring.  

2010 Music Nominees and Winners

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Nominees and winners of the 2010 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards for Music.   

2011 Music Nominees and Winners

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Winners and nominees for 2011 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards for Music.
  

Bon Iver, Motley Crue, Melchior Rietveldt

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 7, 2011
When it was announced that Wisconsin’s Bon Iver (essentially singer/songwriter Justin Vernon) had scored several Grammy nods (including Best New Artist and Record and Song of the Year), Indie music pundits declared Bon Iver this year’s Arcade Fire, the Canadian band that shockingly took home Album of the Year last time.  

Costing Costello, Lyin Ass Bitch and Judas Priest

1 Comments · Wednesday, November 30, 2011
When GOP candidate Michele Bachmann appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, music director/Roots drummer ?uestlove led the band through a version of a song Moore wrote when he was a teenager — the Ska/Punk burner “Lyin’ Ass Bitch” — as her “walk on” music. When the obscure tune’s title was reported, the Bachmann camp latched onto it as another example of the “lamestream” media’s bias, and also called it sexist.  

Black Friday, Occupy and 50/50

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Last week we mentioned Jay-Z’s new $22 T-Shirt for his clothing company capitalizing on the Occupy Wall Street movement (the shirt manipulates the protest’s name so it reads “Occupy All Streets”). But co-opting a movement for your own gain isn’t just about making tons more cash.