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Does Debating a 'Good Kill' Make for a Good Movie?

· May 20, 2015 11:49 am

This isn’t real life, Good Kill, this new movie from writer-director Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, Lord of War), about Major Thomas Egan (Ethan Hawke), a long-serving and highly decorated pilot who now “flies” drone missions from a trailer in the Nevada desert and bombs targets in the Middle East.
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End of an Era

· Apr 1, 2015 08:26 am

Like a film femme fatale from that era, Mad Men lured audiences in with the idealistic beauty of men and women who dressed up every day to go out into a picturesque world that seemed so different from ours — something perfectly embodied by the impossibly handsome and charming Don Draper and the advertising industry in general. ...

'Lambert & Stamp': Sign of the Changing Times

· May 13, 2015 09:22 am

The birth of the DIY movement, it could be argued, arrived when Christopher Stamp and Kit Lambert stumbled upon each other and discovered their shared dream of becoming filmmakers. ...

'Maggie': Fighting the Dying of the Light

· May 6, 2015 08:51 am

Cultural fatigue looms over every frame of Maggie, the new release from director Henry Hobson and screenwriter John Scott 3, setting up a seemingly monumental obstacle for the newbie feature filmmaking team to overcome. ...

The Struggle Is Real

· May 6, 2015 08:45 am

Early into the second season of Silicon Valley (10 p.m. Sundays, HBO), data compression startup Pied Piper is experiencing growing pains. ...

 
 
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Shaky Knees Festival: No Puns Necessary

Despite some limitations, Atlanta's Shaky Knees offered an enjoyable music fest experience

· May 21, 2015 10:20 am

I'm swirling a 24 oz. PBR tall-boy around 2 a.m. at a bar fashioned from an old church in a neighborhood I can't quite figure out. Is it up-and-coming like our own Over-the-Rhine? Or are we "on the wrong side of the tracks"? I don't really care at this point. I've already gotten drunk once today...

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U.S. AG visits Cincy, city budget still light on human services funding, Reds stadium probably won't catch fire again

· May 20, 2015 09:46 am

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch visited Cincinnati yesterday on a tour of cities implementing innovative police practices. During a roundtable event at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Lynch said Cincinnati’s approach is a model for other cities to follow. Via

Leftovers: What We Ate This Weekend

ReUse-apalooza! Brunch at The Palace. Waffles with gelato. Cheese coneys by a flaming smokestack at GABP.

· May 18, 2015 12:11 pm

Each week CityBeat staffers, dining writers and the occasional intern tell you what they ate this weekend. We're not always proud — or trendy — but we definitely spend at least some money on food. Ilene Ross: Friday night’s ReUse-apalooza! at Building Value in...

 

Summer TV Preview

· May 20, 2015 01:19 pm

Check out these new seasons and series debuting this summer. ...

'Lambert & Stamp': Sign of the Changing Times

· May 13, 2015 09:22 am

The birth of the DIY movement, it could be argued, arrived when Christopher Stamp and Kit Lambert stumbled upon each other and discovered their shared dream of becoming filmmakers. ...

Hypothetical Endings for the 'Mad Men' Series Finale

· May 13, 2015 09:14 am

Throughout its seven seasons, Mad Men has remained as elusive as its complicated lead character Don Draper. Audiences never quite knew what the heavy-drinking, handsome ad man would do next, much like the story itself. ...

'Maggie': Fighting the Dying of the Light

· May 6, 2015 08:51 am

Cultural fatigue looms over every frame of Maggie, the new release from director Henry Hobson and screenwriter John Scott 3, setting up a seemingly monumental obstacle for the newbie feature filmmaking team to overcome. ...

The Struggle Is Real

· May 6, 2015 08:45 am

Early into the second season of Silicon Valley (10 p.m. Sundays, HBO), data compression startup Pied Piper is experiencing growing pains. ...

 
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