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by Hannah McCartney 03.28.2012
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Tedx Around Cincinnati, Explained

Several events, same brand — what's the difference?

There's hardly such thing as too much TED, but its presence in Cincinnati is getting a little confusing. There are a number of different TEDx events popping up this spring, each with a different theme and set of speakers. Each of the three impending events are to follow the same format as the original TEDTalks, but the TEDx Cincinnati events are independently organized and executed, although each procures a license to do so from TED. (The "x" constitutes an independently organized TED event — find others all over the world here.)For audience members looking to juice up their noggins, this is a good thing. More events means more opportunity for thought-provoking discussion and debate, and more chances to examine critical issues affecting Cincinnati populations and otherwise.  With TED's presence looming around Cincinnati this spring, there's no excuse to not visit at least one TEDx talk. Open your mind, feed your soul, tickle your conscience. Be aware, though, that each event requires either an RSVP or a request for tickets, so it's best to start thinking about it early. Various TEDx events around Cincinnati are as follows. What peaks your interest? TEDxCincinnatiChange - Saturday, April 7, St. Michael’s Art SanctuaryTheme: "Big Picture, Small Details," set to examine issues with global and local impact and zeroing in on small details to make big ideas work. This a satellite event of a national TEDxChange, which marks a partnership between TED and the Melinda Gates Foundation. The Cincinnati event will kick off with a live streaming of a TEDxChange talk from Berlin. Click here for a current list of speakers or to nominate a worthy candidate. Speakers are still being selected and finalized. Find the application for a TEDxCincinnatiChange ticket here. If you're selected (there's somewhat of an application process), you'll be invited to purchase a ticket on a sliding scale from $20-$100, based on what you can afford. * This branch, TEDxCincinnati, is also set to host a TEDxYouth and TEDxWomen discussion in December. Other TEDxCincinnati talks are still in the works. TEDxXavierUniversity - Thursday, April 26, 1-5 p.m., Cintas Center's Schiff Banquet Hall. Free. Theme: "Touching the hearts and minds of others through innovation, service, and leadership," which will bring together leaders stimulating change in leadership and service for the greater good. Click here for a current list of speakers. RSVPs are being accepted on a waitlist basis. Apply for a seat here. TEDxCincy - Thursday, May 10, SCPATheme: "Plugged and Unplugged: The Crossroads of Technology and Artisanship."Details on this event, including a list of speakers, is expected to be released next week. Check TedxCincy's Facebook page for updates. RSVP information, theme details and price is TBA.
 
 

Best Editorial Ever? Yeah, Right!

1 Comment · Wednesday, February 11, 2009
So I was sorting through a folder of paperwork last weekend in order to get an early jump on my tax return. Taxes, what a joke. Barack Obama ran his campaign on the themes of 'hope' and 'change,' and he was pretty convincing. Hope? Change? Nah, sounds like too much work. I prefer to just sit around, bitch, moan and be cynical. After all, a cynic is never disappointed.  

Don't Change a Thing

Playhouse offers funny, mature look at love and marriage

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 12, 2008
The desire for love is a fundamental urge, but perhaps as basic is the drive to remake the object of your affection. That’s the funny and poignant premise of Joe DiPietro and Jimmy Roberts’ off-Broadway musical I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change. Cincinnati Playhouse staged it successfully in 2000; it’s back for a second run in the Shelterhouse through the holidays.  

Cooling Off Cincinnati

The effects of climate change will end life as we know it in the Queen City

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Don’t expect Cincinnati to be cov ered in a polar ice cap any time soon, but our actions are speed ing us toward a period of global cooling.   

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