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Music: Mission Survivable

Breast cancer survivors and their supporters rally together with music

0 Comments · Saturday, January 19, 2008
Interactive slideshow here Dawn Burman has a full plate. When she's not playing drums for two bands -- local Indie darlings Wussy and sassy newcomers the Tammy Whynots -- she's immersed in a t  

Testing Free Agency

Over the Rhine's storied career enters another transitional phase, as the band goes D.I.Y. route

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 29, 2007
It is always with mixed emotion that Cincinnatians relinquish our own to the greater good. We're happy to share with the world the homegrown music that we've adored long before outsiders took notice. But, like heartbroken parents, we part ways on the condition that our babies remember us fondly and visit often. They mostly do us proud, as is the case with Over the Rhine.  

Minnie Driver: Seastories (Zoe/Rounder)

CD Review

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 25, 2007
By a show of hands, how many people suspected that Minnie Driver's deliciously backhanded role as a small-town disc jockey in 1997's Grosse Pointe Blank was a small reflection of her own experie  

Locals Only: : The Frankl Project

Band's sound draws from the many faces of Modern Rock

0 Comments · Friday, June 1, 2007
You can say that Reggae's not your thing, but then you remember those summer deck parties where tanned cuties belted out Marley tunes like true rastas. And it's alright if you don't dig Ska, bu  

Locals Only: : The Rizewelz

Emerging Hip Hop duo is confident and ambitious

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 16, 2007
A pensive Gypsy -- one half of local Hip Hop duo The Rizewelz -- chuckles briefly when asked if he's paid the cost to be the boss in Cincinnati's Rap game. "Those are your words," he says. "  

News: They Remember

Holocaust survivors tell so we don't forget

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Sarah Weiss isn't quiet. There's a lot to talk about as the Center for Holocaust & Humanity Education readies its upcoming observation of the United Nations National Holocaust Remembrance Day on  

Locals Only: : The Lions Rampant

Band roars onto the local music scene with costumes, wit and infectious Pop Rock sound

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 3, 2007
"The lion costumes ... hmm," says Stuart Mackenzie with a wry chuckle. "It wasn't something we planned, you know, we weren't looking for any shtick. But it ended up being fun ... plus, it's   

Cover Story: Time of the Season

Seasonal Affective Disorder can be one of winter's cruelest gifts

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Here in the Midwest, it doesn't take fancy meteorological terms to describe the winter climate. "Sucks" sums it up neatly for most people. We awake to gray mornings and abhor the bald trees, t  

Cover Story: Yes, We Can All Just Get Along

Start with compassion, and that includes business

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 21, 2006
It has been suggested, in the outcome of the most recent elections and based on a remarkable number of offices secured by more temperate members of the Democratic Party, that although Republicans   

Locals Only: : Bleeding Back To Life

Former Lightweight Holiday members refocus and regroup as Northern Southern

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 11, 2006
Trying to follow Matthew Lang's scattered account of the last two years on the road is a little like trying to follow a busload of musicians whose zigzags and pit-stops are strategic only in term