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September 24 - 30

0 Comments · Thursday, September 25, 2008
Sexsmith is a classic Pop stylist, writing melodies that transcend the meager tag of "catchy," tickling the soul and seething a timelessness that few capture. He's Brian Wilson, Nick Drake and Paul McCartney all rolled into one.   

Between Rock and A Folk Place

Folk Pop queen Dar Williams flirts with Rock on new album

0 Comments · Thursday, September 25, 2008
But if life as a mother/wife/musician means juggling the demands of home and family with the demands of promoting a tour and new CD comes with an understandable element of chaos, it seems clear that when it comes to the music itself, Williams continues to have things under control.   

Natural's Not In It

Lynda Benglis' printmaking retrospective is a wild dance between nature and decoration

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
They’ve created several amazing wall compositions in which arrays of prints bear strong resemblance to a central sculptural or relief work. Yet there is some degree of irony that Benglis’ art — historically associated with Post Minimalism — would appear so densely.   

Lauren Wells

Inside Artists Heads

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Painter Lauren Wells says, “self-investiga tion is a bi-product of my painting process.” Through her work, she tries to better under stand the motivations behind the external self. “Typically, my stern gaze becomes the focus,” she says.   

Lady of the House

Julie Carpenter brings knowledge and enthusiasm to the venerable Betts House

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Julie Carpenter is still young, but she thinks old is cool. A good thing, too, as her job makes her the public’s interface with the oldest brick house in Ohio, the Betts House Research Center at 416 Clark St., two blocks west of Music Hall.   

Talking Bout a Revolution

Elissa Sonnenberg helps guide UC journalism into its future

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
“I always had an interest in journalism, but it wasn’t until I met Elissa that I thought it was possible to become a journalist,” says McLendon, UC Journalism ’08. “She encouraged me to pitch to national magazines, to take risks and go after big stories.   

Joani Lacy

[cool writer]

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Local writer Joani Lacy’s second novel, Hollister House, is one spooky trip to the exotic, crumbling Southern home of the title. The book’s protagonist, Eve Hollister, is determined to start over by looking to her past when she moves into the Gothic-tinged, long-vacant Victorian homestead that belongs to her father’s family in Juniper, Miss.   

Jessica Flores

[cool contemporary]

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
This month, Jessica Flores begins her important new job as associate curator of contemporary art at the Cincinnati Art Museum.   

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