Home · Articles · By Staff

Gadhafi, Randy Newman and Rolling Stone

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Several Pop stars have found themselves in the spotlight recently for performing in service of a restrictive dictatorship … and we’re not even talking about Clear Channel! The New York Times recently highlighted a juicy tidbit from the infamous WikiLeaks cables about how celebrity performers like Mariah Carey, Beyoncé, Usher and 50 Cent all accepted huge paychecks to entertain relatives of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi.  

Central Core

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Central Core AliveOne 941 Pavilion St., Mount Adams, 513-721-6977A hip space for Cincinnati’s YP crowd to socialize and groove to music on the juke.Stuff to do: All bottled beer is $2 on  


0 Comments · Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Downtown Arnold’s Bar and Grill 210 E. Eighth St., Downtown, 513-421-6234A friendly, diverse and historic gin joint, Arnold’s is the city’s oldest bar.Stuff to do: Happy Hour 4-7  


0 Comments · Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Eastside Adonis4601 Kellogg Ave., East End, 513-871-1542Cincinnati’s premiere gay dance club has a pool and it’s sweet.Stuff to do: DJs and drag Fridays and Saturdays.Recommended dr  


0 Comments · Wednesday, February 23, 2011
North Back Porch Saloon 9626 Princeton-Glendale Road, West Chester, 513-874-2432You’re likely to hear everything from classic rock to contemporary hits at this funky neighborhood pub.Stuff  

Northern Kentucky

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Northern Kentucky Arnie’s on the Levee 120 E. Third St., Newport, 859-431-4340Big screens, a dance floor, stage, pool table, jukebox, popcorn machine and year-round outdoor seating make   


0 Comments · Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Westside Boogie Nights (dance club inside Hollywood Casino)777 Hollywood Boulevard, Lawrenceburg, Ind. 888-274-6797A place for boogiers of all type to break loose before or after hitting the sl  

8 Tracks, Grammys and LCD Soundsystem

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 15, 2011
The popularity of left-for-dead formats in some circles makes us wish we had saved that Sha Na Na flexi-disc that came with a box of Tide mom bought in 1977. Vinyl died and then was instantly reborn and had a cult following. A growing network of underground artists and tape buffs have resuscitated the cassette as a hip period-piece/music provider. And now the clunky 8-track tape is getting a second look.  

Fred Durst, Hawaiin Musicians and The Black Eyed Peas

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Given Austin, Texas, reputation as the most hipstery part of the Lone Star state, you’d think they’d know better, but city officials still went to its citizens to find a new name for its Solid Waste Services Department, responsible for things like recycling and garbage collection. The city put up an online poll to decide the new name and the runaway winner so far is the “Fred Durst Society of the Humanities and Arts."  

Swizzle Soiree 2011

Celebrate CityBeat's annual guide to great bars and clubs in Greater Cincinnati

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Join in celebrating the good times at Lunar, Cincinnati's hottest new disco lounge! Ben Davis of Bad Veins and Yusef Quotah of You You're Awesome are laying down the dance grooves. And, yes, there's complimentary Heineken, Absolut and Palomino!