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Fu Fighters

'Friday Night Fu' provides TV exposure for undernoticed local bands

2 Comments · Wednesday, May 13, 2009
WKRP (yep, just like the old sitcom) is holding out here in the Tristate. The locally and independently owned station can be found on channel 38 on the old-school TVs and on Insight and Time Warner cable. Their finest two hours might just be a little show called 'Friday Night Fu' (most everyone just calls it 'the Fu'), a cheeky, campy parade of goofy guys, segments featuring Nostradamus-like puppets and, of course, old kung fu flicks. Recently they've added another excellent feature to their program: live performances from local bands.   

CincyPunk Fest VIII (Preview)

A trio of local Punk band reunions highlight annual festival at Southgate House

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 8, 2009
CincyPunk Fest organizer Adam Rosing has a number of reasons for booking what has become one of the area's most anticipated Punk-and-whatever events. "I do it every year because it's a great time and it's a chance to get everyone together." For CincyPunk Fest VIII, the audience will also have the opportunity to catch up with bands they haven't seen in years: Spodie, Pincushion and Saturday Supercade.