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100 Hot Days of Summer: August-Sept

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 15, 2011
August Monday, Aug. 1 Get out of the house and do some climbin’. ROCKQUEST is fun for everyone of all ages, you don’t have to be an athlete, you just need a desire to try something n  

2011 Festival Guide

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 15, 2011
The 2011 summer festival season is already upon us. Here's the lowdown on enjoying three months' worth of cultural celebrations all over town.  

Hot Summer Eats: Outdoor Dining

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 15, 2011
The good thing about being near a giant river during the summer is not the opportunity to go swimming — too dangerous, plus swimming pools are cleaner. What the Mighty Ohio will offer all summer  

MPMF11 Tickets Now on Sale

Limited number of VIP Passes and 3-day wristbands available

0 Comments · Monday, June 13, 2011
Advance ticket sales are underway for the 2011 MidPoint Music Festival Sept. 22-24 in downtown Cincinnati and Over-the-Rhine. A limited number of 3-Day VIP Passes and 3-Day Wristbands are available online, at local retail stores and at the Indie Summer Series on Friday nights at Fountain Square.  

MidPoint Announces First Round of 2011 Headliners

Cut Copy, Okkervil River, The Joy Formidable, Kaki King and The Low Anthem among 20 acts confirmed

0 Comments · Saturday, June 11, 2011
The MidPoint Music Festival has announced the first performer confirmations for the 10th edition of the downtown festival happening Sept. 22-24, 2011. Artist highlights will include Cut Copy from Australia, Austin-based Okkervil River, UK rockers The Joy Formidable, Rolling Stone guitar god Kaki King, The Felice Brothers, The Album Leaf, Gang Gang Dance, Those Darlins, The Low Anthem and Jessica Lea Mayfield.  

Bono, Cassettes and LaBelle

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Did you know Bono put himself in the position to be murdered by a Canadian serial killer recently? Having clearly not seen enough horror movie thrillers, Bono found himself (and a buddy) in the middle of a downpour while taking a walk around town in Vancouver. Instead of just ducking under one of those orange traffic cones, the U2 singer was rescued when he was able to flag down a motorist.  

Photophobia, Sppeling and Grammy Protests

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Concert venues were very strict with policies regarding taking photos or recording video or audio during a concert. We once had a Bic pen confiscated from us after being frisked on our way into a show (clearly an effort to stop us from selling our unauthorized pen sketches of Insane Clown Posse on the street after the concert).  

MidPoint Indie Summer Series Announces Acts

Headliners include Maps & Atlases, Ted Leo, Bad Veins, Margot and the Nuclear So & So's and The Greenhornes

0 Comments · Friday, May 27, 2011
The MidPoint Indie Summer Series returns to Fountain Square on Friday evenings through Sept. 2. For the third consecutive year, MidPoint presents national, regional and local acts for free on downtown's main public square. Headliners include Maps & Atlases (June 17), Pomegranates (July 1), Big Freedia (July 8), Ted Leo & the Pharmacists (July 29), Bad Veins (Aug. 19), Margot and the Nuclear So & So's (Aug. 26) and The Greenhornes (Sept. 3).  

Gaga, iTunes and Suing Zombies

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Somebody sure wanted a blockbuster No. 1 opening weekend for their new album. Along with the months-long promotional lead-up to Lady Gaga’s Born This Way album, sales for the release received an extra boost when Amazon made it available for 99 cents.  

Bragging Rights

Nine local, independent restaurateurs describe what they do best

0 Comments · Thursday, May 19, 2011
Cincinnati has 320 reasons to be proud of its dining scene — that’s the number of local restaurants in CityBeat’s annual Dining Guide. We’ve got amazing Asian cuisine, bodacious burger joints, fantastic fine dining and even delicious dives. You name it, we’ve got somebody who does it, and does it well.