CityBeat - Love List http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/articles.sec-269-1-love_list.html <![CDATA[Love List: Stacey Vest - ]]>

She’s the perfect balance of zany, sugary sweet and artistic genius; her wigs are both a drag queen’s dream and some of the most couture headpieces ever to come out of the Queen City.

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<![CDATA[Love List: Brian Sholis - ]]>

Brian Sholis moved to Cincinnati from his editor post at the Aperture Foundation in New York just over a year ago for his very first museum job as the Cincinnati Art Museum’s associate curator of photography. 

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<![CDATA[Love List: Justin Jeffre - ]]>

Justin Jeffre jettisoned his flashy music career to become a local social justice crusader who fights for those whose voices aren’t heard enough.

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<![CDATA[Love List: Megan Deal - ]]>

She’s passionate about connecting people to make an impact in the cities they call home.

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<![CDATA[Love List: Tamara Winters - ]]>

Tamara Winters is new to Know Theatre, but not to Cincinnati. She spent two years at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati (ETC) a decade ago as a member of the intern company after her 2004 graduation from Ohio University.

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<![CDATA[Love List: Sam Ulu - ]]>

After growing up in Nigeria and spending his childhood learning English by watching movies, Sam Ulu came stateside to pursue an education in aerospace engineering at the Florida Institute of Technology.

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<![CDATA[Love List: Ileana Saldivia - ]]>

Ileana Saldivia’s journey to become a pastry chef is a unique one, to say the least.

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<![CDATA[Love List: Napoleon Maddox - ]]>

The frontman of long-standing conscious local Hip Hop group ISWHAT?!, Napoleon Maddox speaks enthusiastically and deliberately during a recent meeting at Island Frydays on Short Vine.

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<![CDATA[Love List: Andy Gasper, Logan Lautzenheiser, Karl Spaeth, Chris Weir - ]]>

Late night (aka 10 p.m.) the final Sunday of each month, four dudes in lab coats take the stage at MOTR Pub under the moniker Future Science for an hour and a half of absurdist multimedia sketch comedy, complete with human baked potatoes, a variety of props and loosely obtained doctorate degrees.

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<![CDATA[Love List: Allison Hines - ]]>

After cooking up a storm in the Navy, Allison Hines headed straight to the Midwest Culinary Institute on her GI Bill. 


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<![CDATA[Love List: Alex Solin - ]]> For as long as he can remember, music has always been an integral part of Alex Solin’s life. He recalls listening to Van Halen at the age of 2. ]]> <![CDATA[Love List: Christina Getachew - ]]> To Christina Getachew, being fashionable isn’t just about the clothes — it’s a means of human connection and environmental change.]]> <![CDATA[Love List: Kelly and Kari Britton - ]]> For twin sisters Kelly and Kari Britton, the urge to reduce, reuse and upcycle runs in the family.]]> <![CDATA[Love List: Drew Klein - ]]>

After studying electronic media at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music, Drew Klein — also a musician — embarked on some serious globetrotting, gathering industry experience and insight in the process. 


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<![CDATA[Love List: Jacki Jing - ]]> At 6-foot-1 with a wingspan of 6-foot-4, Colorado native Jacki Jing is a little taller than your average morning news anchor. ]]> <![CDATA[Love List: Robert Inhuman - ]]> Robert Inhuman is one of the main volunteers at SoapBox Books & Zines (soapboxbooks.org) in Northside, a nonhierarchical, volunteer-run, not-for-profit infoshop that distributes alternative media to promote independent and critical thinking.]]> <![CDATA[Love List: Blaine Krauss - ]]> Blaine Krauss is a Southern gentleman who radiates energy both onstage and off. ]]> <![CDATA[Love List: Dan Eves - ]]> Dan Eves grew up on hockey. “It’s the oldest thing I can remember doing,” he says.]]> <![CDATA[The Love List 2014 - ]]> Google "What is love?" and Wikipedia will present you with at least nine different songs — including the one from A Night at the Roxbury, which is probably stuck in your head right now, sorry]]>