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Comedy: Craig Ferguson

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Ferguson — talk-show host, hyper-Scotsman, stand-up comedian and naturalized American citizen — has been credited by many media commentators as being more innovative and substantial than his late-night counterparts, and the ratings have been catching up. He performs at the Taft Theatre.  

Craig Ferguson's Wee Small Hour

Comedian continues to carve out a cozy niche in late night talk

0 Comments · Monday, April 19, 2010
"It's a great day in America," bellows Craig Ferguson every weeknight five minutes after David Letterman's show fades out. The talk-show host, hyper-Scotsman, stand-up comedian and naturalized American citizen has been credited by many media commentators as being more innovative and substantial than his late-night counterparts, and the ratings have been catching up.   

Comedy: Lewis Black

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 1, 2009
There is much going on in America that’s well-suited to Lewis Black’s comedic style of jaw-clenching exasperation. When he strolls into Cincinnati this week, the main topics on his mind will be health care reform and Sarah Palin. 7:30 p.m. at the Taft Theatre.  

Hitting the Right Marx

Comedian Lewis Black knocks politics to the mat with a (far) left hook

0 Comments · Monday, November 30, 2009
Lewis Black recently turned 61 and, like many of his generation, was influenced by the social comedy of George Carlin, Lenny Bruce and Richard Pryor. It was worth asking if Black felt that stand-up comedy was still evolving or if, like Rock & Roll, it had played itself out and was searching for an identity.   

Together Again

Cheech and Chong finally reunite for 'Light Up America' tour

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 28, 2009
"Misunderstanding" is a word that crops up a lot when discussing legendary comedy duo Cheech and Chong, whether it's the reason behind their original breakup, what their comedy is really about or the U.S. government's 2003 decision to send a SWAT team to arrest a then-65-year-old Tommy Chong for selling bongs over the Internet.  

Comedy: Cheech and Chong

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 27, 2009
“Misunderstanding” is a word that crops up a lot when discussing legendary comedy duo Cheech and Chong, whether it’s the reasons behind their original breakup, what their comedy is really about or the U.S. government's 2003 decision to send a SWAT team to arrest a then-65-year-old Tommy Chong for selling bongs over the Internet. But the duo is back together at the Taft Theatre for their "Light Up America" tour. 7:30 p.m.  

Fernald Checks Out, and So Do I

1 Comments · Tuesday, September 9, 2008
My time as a lab rat is now officially over. Growing up near the Fernald Uranium Processing Plant has allowed me a special privilege.   

Music: God's Warriors

Unabashedly Christian, Demon Hunter strives to save souls with Metalcore

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 18, 2008
It was a surreal moment calling up Demon Hunter vocalist Ryan Clark for our interview. Not only is his Metalcore band a prominent fixture of Tooth and Nail Records, but he's also employed as the  

Music: Bad Religion

Dimmu Borgir connects the darkness of the past with today's bleak times

0 Comments · Friday, May 2, 2008
Last year, Norwegian symphonic black metalists Dimmu Borgir released In Sorte Diaboli, it's ninth studio album and first ever concept album. However, those who thought of the concept album in th  

Music: The Soundtrack of Their Lives

The humble and 'frumpy' members of Motion City Soundtrack get therapeutic on new album

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 12, 2007
It's not a big deal, but Motion City Soundtrack guitarist Joshua Cain would like the public to know that the "Autobots" reference on "Calling All Cops," the fifth track on their third full-l