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Be More Awesome

New foundation awards grants for creatively breaking boundaries, inspiring others

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 26, 2013
In Cincinnati, it pays to be awesome. Just ask Colleen O’Connell, the city’s first The Awesome Foundation grant recipient.
  

Cincinnati Rollergirl 'Big Ugly' Talks Track

1 Comments · Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Cincinnati Rollergirl rookie Sydney “Big Ugly” Greathouse is anything but unsightly. She has an infectious smile to match her peaceful demeanor, which probably has something to do with the fact that she blows off steam by beating up her friends at practice three times a week.
  

Sports: Cincinnati Rollergirls

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Cincinnati Rollergirls face Toronto Roller Derby and The Dire Skates Saturday at the Cincinnati Gardens. Read an interview with Cincinnati Rollergirl rookie Sydney “Big Ugly” Greathouse here  

Creative Takeofff

Contemporary Arts Center brings Barcelona-based culture fest back to Cincinnati

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Cincinnati will be a hot spot on the international creative scene March 6 thanks to the Contemporary Arts Center’s efforts to bring the world-famous creative conference, OFFF, back to the city for round two (OFFF first made a Cincinnati stop in 2011).  

Collective Security

Losantiville artists and designers collaborate to sustain viable small businesses

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Six local companies make up Losantiville Collective, located on Main Street in Over-the-Rhine. The collective is owned by Dixon (Dixon Branded), Chris Heckman and Matt Anthony (co-founder, The LaunchWerks).   

Diamond In The Rough

The Emery Theatre reclaims its spot in the local and national spotlight

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 20, 2012
If the historic Emery Theatre had a voice, it was a distant echo ricocheting off of boarded-up buildings and dissolving into the background, unheard by Cincinnati for the nine years its doors were closed. Lately, however, the Emery is a murmur growing louder among art enthusiasts.  

Lights, Camera, Live-Action

Cult classics come to life at Esquire Theatre

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 16, 2012
At the century-old Esquire Theatre in Clifton, a night at the movies can involve anything from dancing along to a live cast during The Rocky Horror Picture Show, throwing snow as a live choir sings along to White Christmas or reciting the lines to your favorite cult classic with an auditorium full of equally devoted fans.  

From Senate Staffers to ‘Steps’ Satirists

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 12, 2012
The Capitol Steps are on their way to Cincinnati, and they’ll stop at nothing to get audience members laughing as this grueling election year surges forward. The Steps are a group of Capitol Hill staffers turned political satirists, and no party is safe from ridicule when these performers take the stage.
  

Put An Owl On It

Night Owl Market is a lively addition to OTR nightlife

2 Comments · Wednesday, August 29, 2012
NOM is a unique event in that it serves multiple purposes for late-night visitors — it’s a great place for bar hoppers to stop for some munchies and music, or to keep up the pace after the bars close. But it’s also a fun, booze-free alternative for other nightlifers.   

We Go Way Back

The rich history of the Northside Fourth of July Parade

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 3, 2012
It's no secret that the Northside neighborhood throws an Independence Day party like nobody’s business. Folks flock from all over the Cincinnati area to spend some time in the city’s hub of all things hip for two full days packed with live music, local food, a family-friendly carnival and, of course, the annual Fourth of July parade. What most spectators and marchers might not know? They’re carrying on a 158-year-old tradition that dates back to the days when Central Parkway was underwater.