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Fischerspooner Is Wonderfully Electric

Avant-garde moxie brings out fantastic pop pageantry

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 27, 2009
If you glanced at the bizarre image located near this text and were confused yet intrigued, Fischerspooner is accomplishing its mission. While its main purpose is to invigorate your body with shimmering Electronica, the band is also here to make you think outside the box. If you’ve gotten this far, you’re already deep into the rabbit hole to Fischerspooner’s fascinatingly synthetic world.   

Jason Wells (Profile)

Releasing two new CDs from the attic with live help from Sleepybird

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Kinda dark. Kinda a sweet relief. Perspective is tricky. And for Jason Wells of for algernon, although his sound veers toward soothing, then leans into the moody side, a focused, optimistic, artistic view is key.  

Get Out

Lots of options and price points for enhancing your outdoor living experience

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Outdoor living allows people to enjoy nearly all the comforts of indoors in a truly open and airy setting. The evolution of weather-resistant products now makes it possible to actually enjoy an outdoor living space without sacrificing style or comfort.  

On the Right Track

Cincinnati’s proposed streetcar system finds support but is still short on funding

1 Comment · Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Streetcars could be rolling along downtown streets in Cincinnati in just a few years. After years of proposals and studies, city officials are lining up financing for the first phase. The plan calls for modern streetcars running on tracks with quiet electric motors that get their power from overhead wires.   

Using Stimulus Money at Home

Your guide to the Homeowner Affordability and Stability Plan

1 Comment · Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Buried somewhere in President Obama’s stimulus package is $75 billion to help Americans buy homes or stay in the ones they own. It’s called the Homeowner Affordability and Stability Plan, and the White House expects it to offer aide to some 9 million people. If you don’t know much about it, you’re not alone. CityLiving attempts to explain the overwhelming plan in 1,000 words or less…  

Don't Waste Your Waste

Tons of ways (and reasons) to recycle around the Tristate

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 13, 2009
A large percentage of material currently occupying landfills could have been recycled if only given the chance. We can all help by using city- and county-sponsored recycling programs and by recycling through independent facilities.  

Muscle Memories

Cincinnati Ballet celebrates 45 years with its audience-picked Greatest Hits

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 6, 2009
From the glut of reality shows and the Peoples’ Choice Awards to blogging and Twittering, now more than ever audience members feel entitled to voice their opinions.   

A Walk in Her Shoes

Marcelina Robledo: local filmmaker, educator and much more

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Marcelina Robledo is a woman of many hats. Or, perhaps more accurately, many shoes. Robledo, 38, has walked the road less traveled, a collection of winding paths that has led her to her present place in life. She is a self-starter who is constantly reinventing herself, rolling with life’s punches and taking risks.  

Why You Should Eat Like the Ancients

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 29, 2009
About 5,000 years ago, the great saints of India downloaded a complete dietary system that can help you lose weight without eating less, achieve balance and serenity and live a longer life. OK, it sounds like an Acai Berry ad, but it’s actually part of the oldest and most authoritative of Hindu texts, the Vedas.  

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