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Sunday Jazz Brunch in the Park

Jan. 9 * Sharon Woods

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Every Sunday through March the Hamilton County Park District is hosting themed brunches complete with live performances by the Chris Comer Trio. The brunches alternate weekly at Sharon Woods and Woodland Mound and offer three serving times: 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. (late risers rejoice).  

Events: Sunday Jazz Brunches in the Park

2 Comments · Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Get jazzy in the park — seriously. Every Sunday through March the Hamilton County Park District is hosting themed brunches complete with live performances by the Chris Comer Trio. The brunches alternate weekly at Sharon Woods and Woodland Mound. What could make this event even better? A buffet of course! This all-you-can-eat spread includes a carving station, omelet bar, fresh salads, pastries, desserts and other "Sunday Funday" fare.  

Onstage: Nativity the Pop Opera

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Aren't the holidays are all about giving? Well, 'Nativity the Pop Opera' is your chance to give back and get a little something this holiday season. The lighthearted show commemorates the Christmas story through the eyes of the angels. Written and founded by J. Todd Anderson (who has worked with the Coen brothers and George Clooney — you've heard of them, right?), the show is sure to impress.  

Events: SantaCon

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 7, 2010
What does Santa do those other 364 days of the year? Pub crawls, of course. Dress up in your favorite Santa Claus suit and join others in spreading holiday cheer at SantaCon. This Saturday, wake up to a text detailing where you will meet up with hundreds of other Santas. Then enjoy getting messages from the North Pole all day that will send you around downtown spreading Christmas merriness. Check in at noon and enjoy 12 venues in 12 hours.  

Events: Winterfair

0 Comments · Monday, November 22, 2010
Forget the gift cards this year. Winterfair has something unique for everyone. The 32nd annual Fine Art and Fine Craft Fair returns to the Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington this weekend. Prices range from $15 to several thousand dollars. You can get one-of-a-kind glass earrings for your grandma and specialty barbecue sauce for your sister's fiancé. From leather purses and silk clothing to pottery and wood-worked pieces, the fair is well worth a visit.  

Events: Taste of the World Wine and Beer Fest

0 Comments · Monday, November 8, 2010
Drink to help others? Sure, why not? Stop by the Newport Aquarium Saturday and enjoy wine, beer and spirits from around the world as well as local cuisine from your favorite restaurants. Take home door prizes or try your luck in a raffle. The fun starts at 7:30 p.m. and ends at 11 p.m., or when people start trying to feed the fish mini sliders. You can pre-order tickets for $85 online or buy them at the door for $95.  

Events: Covington Zombie Crawl

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Calling all Zombies! Covington's second annual Zombie Crawl Saturday is not to be missed. Join artsy ghouls and masked zombies as you make your way through galleries, bars and local hotspots with the spooky streets of Covington acting as the backdrop for the night. Don't have cat ears or face paint? Not a problem. BeConcerned is hosting a Zombification room for those who need a little help in the costume department.  

Events: Carnival Noir

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 19, 2010
The third annual Carnival Noir rolls back into town this Friday with another dark tale of woe. Zahara's Bellydance Fusion & Gothic Bellydance welcome Draconia and Loren the Black's return as your on-screen, devilish guides for a night of voodoo and vice, complete with tarot readers, make-up artists, vendors and more. Special performances by Bollywood Babes, Rhiannon, Karma Geddon and many more.  

Events: RetroFittings Fashion Show

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Obsessed with 'Project Runway' and their challenges that have aspiring designers using garbage or grocery store finds to create ball gowns and swimsuits? Well, the fashion design kids from UC's DAAP program were put to this test for the eighth annual RetroFittings Fashion Show. Students were given $10 to spend at a St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store. From curtains and clothes to bed sheets and tablecloths, these students made it work and created one-of-a-kind looks. Dhani Jones hosts the fashion show Thursday at the Hilton Netherland Plaza Hall of Mirrors downtown.  

Events: Kennedy Heights Arts and Music Fest

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Look, listen, dance, dine, get involved and enjoy your community in a whole new way. Bring friends and family to the third annual "progressive party" in Kennedy Heights/Pleasant Ridge starting at 10 a.m. with free dance classes, art, music and food and running through the evening.