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Locals Only: : Disc-O-Fever

A look at some recent CD releases by Cincinnati area artists

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 4, 2006
· SUCHANUGLYTHING -- THE FEAR EP This album is a collection of illusions, the foremost of which is that this dynamic, experimental Indie Rock outfit consists of only one member, Rob Ford (at l  

Cover Story: Listopia 2005

CityBeat writers & friends remember the year in music in convenient list form

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 21, 2005
Baker's Dozen (Minus Two) By Brian Baker 1. New Pornographers: Twin Cinema This disc could not be pried out of the player from the moment the advance showed up. Carl Newman's ability to s  

Music: Yule Love These CDs

A look at four of the best new holiday-related music releases

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 30, 2005
· JAKE SPEED AND THE FREDDIES -- LOSANTAVILLE (SELF RELEASE) If I was Bill O'Reilly, I would say Losantaville, the new holiday album from local Folk hero Jake Speed and his crew, The Fred  

Cover Story: T.R.O.Y. Lists

Reminiscing over favorite songs

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 23, 2005
Woody Dorsey (Manager, Everybody's Records, Tapes and CDs) "How Could I Just Kill a Man," Cypress Hill "Can I Kick It?" A Tribe Called Quest "DWYCK," GangStarr "Passing Me By," Pha  

Locals Only: : Local Disc-O-Mania

Another look at some locally-spawned CD releases

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 2, 2005
· BEAU ALQUIZOLA -- PLEASE KEEP THE DOOR CLOSED Compelling Cincinnati-based singer/songwriter Beau Alquizola has worked with R&B musicians, acoustic pluckers and rockers in his decade-plus car  

Cover Story: Writing Round-up

More local literary endeavors of note

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 5, 2005
Poetic Insurgency Imagine a weekly poetry open mic as a marketplace, a center where instead of trading on goods and services poets -- comrades, really -- build on concepts of community and ex  

Music: Cincinnati Gets the 'Point

Cincinnatians (and outsiders) made the 2003 MidPoint Music Festival a fully-realized success

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2003
When the MidPoint Music Festival debuted in September of 2002, even some of the local "scenesters" who should have gotten it right away seemed to harbor apprehension and distrust. It's a pre  

Diner: Digesting the Year

Several pleasant recollections of dining in 2002

0 Comments · Thursday, December 26, 2002
Although they spend lots of time checking out the area's many new and interesting dining establishments for CityBeat readers, our restaurant writers have favorites of their own -- some based on m  

News: Same As It Ever Was

Status quo wallops all challengers

0 Comments · Thursday, November 7, 2002
If you were looking for the 2002 elections to bring change to Hamilton County, never mind. Republicans maintained control of the board of county commissioners, held the Congressional seat from  

Music: Point of Good Returns

The inaugural MidPoint Music Festival was a brilliant first step

0 Comments · Thursday, October 3, 2002
"This is the best thing to ever happen to local music." Those were the words spoken from the stage by Saving Ray frontman Kevin Nolan during his group's triumphant performance on Sept. 27 at