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Events: Cincinnati Unchained

0 Comments · Monday, November 15, 2010
Shopping. Some love it, some hate it and some just get on Amazon and do it in their underwear. But if there was ever a reason to put on your sweat pants and roll out of the house, Cincinnati Unchained would be it. This Saturday, more than 50 local stores and websites will be hosting specials to entice shoppers out for a day of shopping bliss. But Cincinnati Unchained is more than just a day of deals; it will also help the local businesses and community.  

Music: Iron Fest

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 26, 2010
There is more to Rock & Roll than just sex, drugs and partying. Sure, those are big parts of the experience and a hell of a lot of fun, but in between all the obvious benefits a community is built. Sadly, Cincinnati's Rock & Roll scene has lost one of its members, "Iron" Mike Davidson. To celebrate his memory, Dandelion Death, Banderas, Corpus Christi, Valley of the Sun, Arlis Perry, The Mudpies, Smoke Signals and more local acts will be performing at Iron Fest Saturday at the Southgate House.  

Events: Addams Family Gay BINGO

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 19, 2010
What do you think of when your eyes pass over the word bingo? If you haven't fallen asleep already, you're probably close. What bingo needs is a little shot in the arm, a little pizazz, a little spark. Maybe a game with an Addams Family theme perhaps? How about easily accessible alcohol during the event? Now we're talking. And luckily for us potential bingo card jockeys, Cincinnati Gay Bingo has just the event for us.  

Onstage: Your Negro Tour Guide at ETC

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Kathy Wilson doesn't pull punches or waste time being nice or sugar-coating her opinions. Perhaps it's because this writer, University of Cincinnati adjunct professor and former CityBeat columnist has no time to be tactful. But far more likely it's because her thoughts need to be heard and there are only so many hours in the day. The one-woman play version of her book of columns, both titled 'Your Negro Tour Guide,' runs at Ensemble Theatre Oct. 17-25.