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Literary: Marji Mendelsohn

0 Comments · Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Compelled by the Christian Right’s role in the 2004 presidential election, local author Marji Mendelsohn (who writes under the pen name K.C. Boyd) embarked to know more about how religion has become intertwined with politics.  

The Ghost Wolves with Leggy

Thursday • MOTR Pub

0 Comments · Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Asked in a recent interview with Sound Dessert about who they’d like to tour with, The Ghost Wolves dropped this collection of luminaries: “JEFF The Brotherhood, The Kills, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Black Sabbath, Kadavar, The Black Angels, Jack White, Diarrhea Planet, Drivin’ N Cryin’ — those are some of the tops. We wish The Cramps were still around, that would’ve been fun. We love Poison Ivy!”  

White Hinterland with Fathers

Saturday • MOTR Pub

0 Comments · Tuesday, June 17, 2014
The first minute of White Hinterland’s new album, Baby, features nothing but the voice of Casey Dienel. “Circle the block in my car/Gotta keep it down/The world is so full of noise/It’s easy to go unnoticed,” she sings in an assertive, slightly vulnerable and quite noticeable delivery.   

Literary: Jennifer Weiner

0 Comments · Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Mondo-selling author Jennifer Weiner’s just-published new novel, All Fall Down, centers its narrative on Allison Weiss, a wise-ass wife, mother and writer whose seemingly perfect life is altered by an addiction to prescription painkillers.  

Ray LaMontagne with The Belle Brigade

Saturday • PNC Pavilion at Riverbend

0 Comments · Tuesday, June 10, 2014
“Drive-In Movies,” the last song on Ray LaMontagne’s latest album, Supernova, is a nostalgic ode to the past in an album teeming with retro flourishes: “I miss those drive-in movies/I spent all my childhood years wishin’ that I looked like a movie star.”   

Music: Ray LaMontagne

0 Comments · Tuesday, June 10, 2014
“Drive-In Movies,” the last song on Ray LaMontagne’s latest album, Supernova, is a nostalgic ode to the past in an album teeming with retro flourishes.  

Visions of Cincinnati

The Cincinnati Anthology looks at our rapidly changing city in myriad ways

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Cincinnati is changing. Nowhere is this fact more apparent than in our once-sleepy downtown. From The Banks to Over-the-Rhine, from Fountain Square to Washington Park, the urban core is alive with activity.
  

Men At Work

Brooklyn’s The Men show a different side on their fifth album in five years, Tomorrow's Hits

0 Comments · Thursday, May 29, 2014
The Men are busy. Formed in Brooklyn in 2008 by co-frontdudes/guitarists Mark Perro and Nick Chiericozzi, the current five-piece has dropped five albums in the last five years, the last four for its hometown label Sacred Bones.
  

Blitzen Trapper with The Parkington Sisters

Monday • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 28, 2014
“Feel the Chill,” the first song on Blitzen Trapper’s latest, 2013’s succinctly titled VII, finds the Portland, Ore., outfit in new territory — it sounds like Kid Rock doing Mellow Gold-era Beck covers, its funky beats, harmonica flourishes and Southern-fried guitar lines almost enough to inspire dance-floor movement.  

Literary: Kimberly A. Hamlin

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Kimberly A. Hamlin’s new book, From Eve to Evolution: Darwin, Science, and Women’s Rights in Gilded Age America chronicles the works of several Darwinian writers who sought to prove that woman are not inferior to men.