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Event: Thursday Night Throwdown: Put Rhett Back Together Again Edition

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Rhett Harkins, general manager of Price Hill’s BLOC Coffee Company, plummeted 60 feet from a cliff while hiking Haystack Rock in Kentucky’s Red River Gorge on Dec. 14. The injuries he sustained in  

Digging Deep

Ben Knight and the Welldiggers have stories to tell on their debut album, Divining Rod

1 Comments · Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Ben Knight and the Welldiggers play American music. Kentucky Country music. A noble homage to generations of toil and progress. The songs on the Cincinnati band’s debut release, Divining Rod, are a frighteningly intimate introduction to Ben Knight, the storyteller. He and the Welldiggers earnestly compose new and original tunes that catch your attention with equal parts nostalgia and intrigue.  

Reading, Writing, Rocking

Cincinnati’s Mardou builds steam with exhilarating Post Punk sound

3 Comments · Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Mardou is a young Cincinnati band that’s made a name for itself as an energetic Post Punk quartet. Having played their first show May of 2012, the members of Mardou have released their debut offering of four songs, known as Cardigan EP.
  

A Deeper Shade of Grey

Progressive Cincinnati Doom crew Grey Host is brutal with a brain

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Cincinnati's Grey Host’s take on Doom Metal supports a different kind of headbanging — a calculating and sinister rhythm that makes direct eye contact with strangers at a Metal show even more uncomfortable than usual.
  

Music: Grey Host

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 12, 2013
If anyone makes a documentary about starving to death in a dungeon, they should look no further than Grey Host for the soundtrack. The band’s dark sound is driven by John Sebastian and Jason Nix’  

Natural Mystery

Cincinnati’s SHADOWRAPTR defies easy classification on new release, 'Love a Good Mystery'

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 27, 2013
If it were to be said that Cincinnati's SHADOWRAPTR makes atmospheric music, it would be necessary to be very specific which atmosphere it best represents … and that atmosphere is a spaceship that has stumbled into a whole new solar system.
  

Music: SHADOWRAPTR

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 27, 2013
The quartet known as SHADOWRAPTR has made a great name for itself. Granted, it’s an inexplicable-yet-wonderful kind of name. Heck, that could also be said about their music, too.SHADOWRAPTR, as a wh  

Music: Northside Music Festival

0 Comments · Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Rock & Roll? Booze? Sexy people? Do any of these tempt you to leave that nasty apartment of yours? Northside Tavern (4163 Hamilton Ave.) is hosting its third annual Northside Music Festival, which means shit is about to get nasty in the best kind of way. With notable acts such as The Lions Rampant, The Dukes, The Pinstripes and Shivering Timbers, you know there will be no shortage of sweet loving to go around.  

Events: The City Flea

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 31, 2011
There's always been a certain appeal to flea markets: local smells, questionable meat by-products and absurd deals on forgotten pop-culture memorabilia. An excursion to Trader's World or Turtle Creek isn't necessary this weekend, as The City Flea brings local traders the opportunity to share their wares.  

Events: Fish Toss

1 Comments · Tuesday, May 17, 2011
"Why not?" That's what you should be asking yourself when presented with the opportunity to fling fish in Fountain Square. The city of Cincinnati isn't really known as a fishing spot, but who cares? Get together a team of four people and make sure they are capable of competitive fish-tossing. Why? Fuck it, why not? If you successfully chuck the most fish down the course in 60 seconds, each team member wins a $20 gift card, a trophy and the unmistakable stench of fishy victory.