Although Safe House is the title of Keith Josef Adkins’ world
premiere play at the Cincinnati Playhouse, the primitive but neat cabin inhabited by the Pedigrews, a free
family of color in 1843 Kentucky, is a dangerous place.
The convention planning committee for the
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) on
Oct. 17 recommended the Cincinnati for the civil rights organization’s
2016 annual convention.
October is synonymous with Halloween,
haunted houses, harvest festivals and more-sexy-than-scary costume
balls. Whether you plan on being a slutty nurse, a moody John Snow, your
basic zombie or Dracula, the Tristate offers more than enough events
for you to get your freaky on all haunting season.
Can’t decide whether you want to be
chased through cornfields by zombies, encounter Dracula and Wolfman or
explore some of the darkest parts of the city? With this haunted house
preview guide, all you have to do is read, pick your poison and get
ready to run.
MidPoint has become not only a showcase
of adventurous music makers from around the world, it is also a showcase
of the immense progress Cincinnati’s downtown and Over-the-Rhine have
made in a relatively short period of time.