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by Jac Kern 08.15.2012
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Your Wednesday To Do List

Gerald Norman Springer is a man of many titles. He is the former mayor of Cincinnati, that dummy who bounced a personal check at a "massage parlor" and a pioneer of trashy television gold. Tonight, Jerry Springer is the special guest at the Ohio Democratic Party's LGBT/Young Professionals reception, hosted by City Council's Chris Seelbach. Admission is $35 and includes one drink. The event runs 6:30-8 p.m. at Know Theater. See if you can strike a pose with the "Ringmaster" in Flashbox's photo booth. Jerry! Jerry! Jerry! Alanta's Joe Pettis is a self-proclaimed "level 14 comedian wizard," so it's kind of a big deal that he's performing a free show at Mayday tonight. Pettis has been featured on comedian Doug Benson's podcast, Doug Loves Movies and "Today's Riff" on TBS.com. Swing by the Northside bar around 9 p.m. to check him out alongside local comics Justin Schafer, George Allen and Tom Schmidlin. Be sure to grab a delicious Mayday hotdog for dinner! The Western & Southern Open continues today. Gates open at 5 p.m. for the evening matches and men’s and women’s middle rounds begin at 7 p.m. Tonight’s special events include Saks Fifth Avenue’s Night on the Runway. The fashion show, featuring the Lafayette 148 New York collection, takes place in the grandstand tent at 5:30 p.m. Guests will enjoy dinner, a cash bar, make-up demos and more throughout the show, which will wrap up just in time for the evening session matches. Ongoing events: Reggae Wednesday on Fountain Square with The Ohms; Hofbrauhaus beer stein-holding competition; Sexy Time Live Band Karaoke at Northside Tavern; Apollo @ the Greenwich; Bandstand Bluegrass at Washington Park with Moonshine Drive.
 
 

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