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  • Music - Articles and News
    singer will provide vocal accompaniment to a screening of the silent film Nanook of the North at Cincinnati s Woodward Theater this weekend Music Hello Newman Brian Newman divides his talent between playing with his own Jazz combo and backing old friend Lady Gaga Brian Baker 0 Comments Wednesday January 20 2016 There aren t many career paths that include studying at the University of Cincinnati s College Conservatory of Music and working for a boss in a meat dress Music Instruments of Mass Construction Zac Little utilizes a veritable orchestra of instrumentation to create Saintseneca s AltFolk Rock brilliance Brian Baker 0 Comments Wednesday January 13 2016 After listening to Led Zeppelin a teenaged Zac Little came to the conclusion that if banging on four instruments was interesting three times that many would be exponentially incredible Music Common Law Northern Kentucky band Common Center s constant evolution is evidenced on its Jam centric debut Gypsy River Brian Baker 0 Comments Wednesday January 6 2016 Over the past five years through several iterations Common Center has plied its Psych Groove Prog wares around Greater Cincinnati amassing a loyal fan base while tweaking its Indie Jam sound Music Dream Werks The Werks roar back with their fourth and best album the conceptual Inside a Dream Brian Baker 0 Comments Tuesday December 29 2015 From the outset The Werks have been content to be impressive contributors to the Jam scene earning adoration from their loyal fan base and respect from the community s critical arbiters Music The Year in Local Recordings A look back at some of our favorite 2015 releases by Greater Cincinnati music makers CityBeat Music Staff 0 Comments Wednesday December 23 2015 As always numerous albums EPs and singles by musical artists from Greater Cincinnati caught our ears in 2015 But know that the list you are about to read is just a snapshot Music Sincerity Now Mike Tittel s New Sincerity Works is poised for enshrinement in the pantheon of Cincinnati Pop Brian Baker 0 Comments Wednesday December 16 2015 Mike Tittel is soft spoken self effacing and unassuming but like the soft spoken self effacing unassuming and wildly talented singer songwriters before him Tittel saves his Big Statements for the studio and stage Music The Sky Has No Limits Dos the second album from Cincinnati s Lemon Sky is a masterful contemporary spin on Rock classicism Brian Baker 0 Comments Tuesday December 8 2015 Based on their name inspired by a Kevin Bacon movie that was based on Lanford Wilson s play the members of Cincinnati s Lemon Sky refer to their particular genre as Citrus Rock Music There s Still a Riot Going On Sleater Kinney returns after a decade long absence with its best album ever No Cities to Love Brian Baker 0 Comments Tuesday December 1 2015 It seems slightly inaccurate to describe the past decade without the ebullient adrenaline rush of Sleater Kinney as a hiatus Music Straight Outta Lockland Inspired by the

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  • Expression Georgia quartet Mothers delivers more interpretation than influence on its full length debut Sound Advice Those Darlins Tuesday Northside Tavern Sound Advice Alan Doyle and the Beautiful Gypsies Monday Live at the Ludlow Garage Sound Advice Keeps with The Yugos and Orchards Saturday Southgate House Revival Sound Advice Steve Forbert Wednesday Southgate House Revival Sound Advice Nick Moss Band at Winter Blues Fest Friday The Phoenix Music Brian Newman Sound Advice Marianas Trench with Secret Someones and Mainland Tuesday Bogart s Hello Newman Brian Newman divides his talent between playing with his own Jazz combo and backing old friend Lady Gaga Sound Advice Steve Forbert Wednesday Southgate House Revival Music Steve Forbert Sound Advice Luke Wade Friday Live at the Ludlow Garage Music Luke Wade Sound Advice Those Darlins Tuesday Northside Tavern Music Those Darlins Music Brian Newman Sound Advice Keeps with The Yugos and Orchards Saturday Southgate House Revival Music Keeps Music Mothers of Expression Georgia quartet Mothers delivers more interpretation than influence on its full length debut Brian Baker 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 The Athens Ga quartet plays a combination of rattling Indie Math Rock and soothing Chamber Pop topped off by Leschper s quirkily compelling voice Sound Advice Sound Advice Mike Stud Friday Bogart s Brian Baker 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 As a general rule adopting the name Stud as a Hip Hop handle would be little more than chest thumping braggadocio But for Mike Seander aka Mike Stud it s more or less a factual declaration CityBeat Recommends Music Mike Stud Brian Baker 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 As a general rule adopting the name Stud as a Hip Hop handle would be little more than chest thumping braggadocio But for Mike Seander aka Mike Stud it s more or less a factual declaration Sound Advice Sound Advice Nick Moss Band at Winter Blues Fest Friday The Phoenix Brian Baker 0 Comments Wednesday February 3 2016 If you happen to be born in Chicago the Blues is in your DNA like the genes that determine your hair and eye color Such is the case with guitarist vocalist Nick Moss Sound Advice Sound Advice Marianas Trench with Secret Someones and Mainland Tuesday Bogart s Brian Baker 0 Comments Wednesday February 3 2016 Frontman Josh Ramsay envisioned a Pop Rock concept piece that bowed in the direction of 80s coming of age fantasy adventure films particularly The Goonies CityBeat Recommends Music Nick Moss Band at Winter Blues Fest Brian Baker 0 Comments Wednesday February 3 2016 If you happen to be born in Chicago the Blues is in your DNA like the genes that determine your hair and eye color Such is the case with guitarist vocalist Nick Moss CityBeat Recommends Music Marianas Trench Brian Baker 0 Comments Wednesday February 3 2016 Frontman Josh Ramsay envisioned a Pop Rock concept piece that bowed in the direction of 80s coming of age fantasy adventure films particularly The Goonies Sound Advice Sound Advice Keeps

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  • Spill It - Articles and News
    in February to promote great new EP 123456 Spill It Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Party on Sunday Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday January 27 2016 This year s CEAs features another solid lineup of some of the area s best set to perform The 19th annual CEAs take place this Sunday at 7 p m at Covington s Madison Theater Spill It Lazy Heart Celebrates Stunning Debut Release Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday January 20 2016 Engaging Indie Pop trio Lazy Heart celebrates its debut EP release Cincinnati s music scene loses a remarkable player and Josh Eagle plays one more show before relocating to New York Spill It Royal Holland Leggy and Evening Redness Unveil New Releases Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday January 13 2016 Royal Holland the exhilarating alter ego project from Cincinnati singer songwriter Matt Mooney is concluding the Unfolded trilogy of EP releases this Friday with Vol 3 Program Spill It Happy Blues Year Cincy Blues in 2016 Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday January 6 2016 The Cincy Blues Society is gearing up for another big year in 2016 with the Winter Blues Fest just around the corner the announcement of the national headliners for this summer s Cincy Blues Fest and a call to local artists to play this year s Cincy Blues Challenge Plus Arnold s launches a new weekly music series Old Time Mondays Spill It Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Voting Opens Mike Breen 0 Comments Tuesday December 29 2015 On Jan 31 2016 the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards winners will be announced at the 19th annual ceremony show party at Covington s Madison Theater Today we are happy to announce the nominees for the CEAs which are presented by CityBeat and honor Greater Cincinnati s rich and eclectic music scene Spill It Umin The Z G s Celebrate Latest Releases Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday December 16 2015 This Saturday Northern Kentucky sonic sculptor Kevin Poole is throwing a party in honor of his latest project under the umin moniker a full length titled line Spill It Cannon Ball Local Music Showcase Debuts Plus news on The Cliftones Kevin Donahue Strangetunge Dallas Moore and more Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday December 9 2015 This weekend Multimagic launches the first of what it intends to be a bi annual local music showcase called The Cannon Ball Plus The Cliftones score a record deal artwork by the late great Kevin Donahue The Pariahs goes on display for one night only local jazzers join Dan Radank for a Sinatra tribute Strangetunge releases two new EPs and Dallas Moore hosts a Honky Tonk Holiday concert Spill It Jess Lamb Expands Her Sound with Free Mike Breen Nick Grever 0 Comments Tuesday December 1 2015 This Friday Cincinnati based singer songwriter Jess Lamb will showcase a new EP and musical direction with a free release show at MOTR Pub Plus Wonky Tonk hosts a local release party for her Stuff We Leave Behind full length Kenny Ozzfest returns with another

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  • Trump mistakenly asserts white people don t get BET Awards Cheers to Big Joe Killer Spin Doctor Plus Metallica tribute band gets lawsuit threat then apology and a street artist sues over music video exposure Sound Advice Seratones with Orchards Friday Woodward Theater Lazy Heart Celebrates Stunning Debut Release Killer Spin Doctor Plus Metallica tribute band gets lawsuit threat then apology and a street artist sues over music video exposure Music Bear Medicine Music Otis Galapagos Island in the Sun Rivers Cuomo locked in for weird trip Neil deGrasse Tyson takes on B o B flat earth theory and Donald Trump mistakenly asserts white people don t get BET Awards Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Party on Sunday Sound Advice Scott H Biram with Strahan The Good Neighbors Sunday Southgate House Revival Music Scott H Biram Stumping and Singing Plus Pantera singer Phil Anselmo is down with white wine power and everyone is repsonsible for the Guns N Roses tour In With the New New faces and hometown pride dominate the 19th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Spill It Cheers to Big Joe Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 Legendary Blues Boogie Woogie pianist Big Joe Duskin passed away in 2007 but thanks to the Big Joe Duskin Music Education Foundation his legacy is living on and helping to build the future Plus Comprador plays The Comet and releases a new single ever Tuesday this month Kathy Wade brings out the romantic Jazz for Valentine s Day and the benefit concerts Autism Rocks 7 and the Tie Dye Ball return this weekend Sound Advice Sound Advice Turkuaz with Ghost Note Thursday Madison Theater Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 Brooklyn nine piece Turkuaz is a musical powerhouse that takes cues from throughout Funk s history and mashes them together with its own personalized groove and vibe Sound Advice Sound Advice Seratones with Orchards Friday Woodward Theater Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 Meeting through musical peers in different projects the group members started out as friends attending Punk shows together in Shreveport Minimum Gauge Star Wars Goes Electro Plus priceless guitar gets smashed in Tarantino film and Trump keeps using Adele s music Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 The new Star Wars EDM album will sound silly in 40 years the Martin guitar company vows to never again lend instruments for use in film after a priceless one is smashed in The Hateful Eight and though he s stopped using male musicians music at rallies when asked Trump ignores Adele s similar request CityBeat Recommends Music Turkuaz Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 Brooklyn nine piece Turkuaz is a musical powerhouse that takes cues from throughout Funk s history and mashes them together with its own personalized groove and vibe CityBeat Recommends Music Seratones Mike Breen 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 Meeting through musical peers in different projects the group members started out as friends attending Punk shows together in Shreveport

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  • Visual Art - Articles and News
    Gallery in December it was with the promise of a lighter more open environment Visual Art Phyllis Weston Mastered the Art of Friendship Kathy Schwartz 0 Comments Wednesday January 6 2016 Phyllis Weston relished bringing together art and people from all backgrounds A classic lady and a modern woman the gallerist and arts advocate died Dec 6 at age 94 Visual Art Historicism in Paint Maria Seda Reeder 0 Comments Wednesday December 30 2015 Currently on display at the Taft Museum of Art is Heroism in Paint A Master Series by Jacob Lawrence featuring the world renowned painter s first venture in creating a series of historical paintings Visual Art Modern Living Finds Fun Amid Function Kathy Schwartz 0 Comments Wednesday December 16 2015 At The Carnegie s Modern Living Objects and Context curators Matt Distel and BLDG present two types of environments for considering artists household inspired sculptures and design firms tables lamps and more Visual Art Todd Pavlisko Collects Punk Loving Pals for Gimmie Kathy Schwartz 0 Comments Wednesday December 9 2015 Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie is curator Todd Pavlisko s homecoming potluck for misfits with contributions from six artists and 10 local collectors attracted to contemporary works outside the mainstream Visual Art Lost and Found Charley Harper s Space Walk mural is unveiled at the Convention Center after being hidden for decades Steven Rosen 0 Comments Wednesday November 4 2015 The interest just keeps growing for Charley Harper the late Cincinnati artist whose work has become recognized as a colorfully stylized pinnacle of mid 20th century Modernism Visual Art Follow the LEGO Brick Road Attorney turned artist fosters creativity and inner peace piece by piece Kathy Schwartz 0 Comments Wednesday October 28 2015 After puzzling over a clever whatthebrick campaign in August that featured oversized LEGO bricks around town what the heck should we make of The Art of the Brick exhibition now that it s at the Cincinnati Museum Center Visual Art Raphael s Mona Lisa Zack Hatfield 0 Comments Wednesday October 28 2015 The Cincinnati Art Museum s new show Sublime Beauty marks the very first time Raphael s Portrait of a Lady with a Unicorn has visited the United States itself a reason for celebration it was loaned by the Galleria Borghese in Rome which acquired the painting in 1682 Visual Art Cincinnati Art Museum Springs into Fall Tony Johnson 0 Comments Wednesday October 14 2015 Usually when one says a work of art is alive it s a figure of speech the expression typically acknowledges a natural connection between artist and observer But next weekend the Cincinnati Art Museum will be giving a new meaning to the phrase living art Visual Art ArtsWave Launches New Cincy Arts Guide Calendar Rick Pender 0 Comments Wednesday September 30 2015 There are a lot of ways to stay on top of what s happening in the arts in Greater Cincinnati like reading arts and culture coverage in CityBeat every week But finding a comprehensive calendar that covers

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  • Music X X Art Asylum at Edison Art Gallery Sound Advice X X with Obnox and All Seeing Eyes Saturday MOTR Pub Music X X NYC Tenement Museum Sets Example for OTR Event Experimental Music at the Library Lecture Museums as Vehicles for Social Change Film Winter French Film Series Film Moving Images Thomas Struth and Thomas Ruff Event Listen to This Remembering David Bowie Northern Light Tanya Tagaq s music is a singular mixture of the traditional and avant garde CAC to Begin Free Admission Visual Art Space Travel Do Ho Suh explores transitional areas in Passage Steven Rosen 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 Only a few of us can travel in space like Neil Armstrong or Yuri Gagarin but we all travel through myriad spaces in everyday life CityBeat Recommends Art Tiny Tomes at the Library Steven Rosen 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 Tiny Tomes features 71 of the library s smallest books on display in six cases through March 13 CityBeat Recommends Art Passage Steven Rosen 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 Only a few of us can travel in space like Neil Armstrong or Yuri Gagarin but we all travel through myriad spaces in everyday life It s so common we rarely even think about it CityBeat Recommends Art Ji Hyun Kwon The Guilty at Iris BookCafé Steven Rosen 0 Comments Wednesday February 3 2016 Iris BookCafé has extended its current photography exhibition Ji Hyun Kwon The Guilty through Feb 12 CityBeat Recommends Music Cincinnati Soundbox Steven Rosen 0 Comments Wednesday February 3 2016 The new chamber music series Cincinnati Soundbox which presents music of our time in an accessible way showcases the works of four young composers Thursday CityBeat Recommends Art Asylum at Edison Art Gallery Steven Rosen 0 Comments Wednesday February 3

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    On Second Thought Curmudgeon Notes Living Out Loud CEAs Music Home Music Blog MidPoint Music Fest Live Music Events Spill It Minimum Gauge Arts Home Arts Blog Art Events Visual Arts Onstage Curtain Call The Big Picture Dance Lit Culture Film Home Movies Blog Movie Reviews Television Eats Home Reviews Features Cooks in the Kitchen The Dish Drink Local Restaurants Local Happy Hours App All Blogs News Music Arts The Morning After CityBeat Staff Picks Event Calendar Music Calendar Arts Calendar Submit a Listing CityBeat Events Best of Cincinnati Party 20th Anniversary All Star Weekend The Beer Issue Menu Title Annual Manual Best of Cincinnati Camp Guide CEAs Cool Issue Dining Guide Drinking Issue Election Coverage Fall Arts Preview Focus On Education FotoFocus Fringe Festival Green Issue Hibernation Guide Holidays Love List MidPoint Music Fest MPMF Visitors Pride ScaryBeat Summer Guide Year in Review Sign up for E mails WHAT SHOULD I BE DOING INSTEAD OF THIS SEE ALL CALENDAR Home Articles Top Articles from Library s Tiny Tomes Adds Up to a Big Hit Library s Tiny Tomes Adds Up to a Big Hit No articles in this sections Places Restaurants Clubs and Bars Music Venues Galleries Museums Parks

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  • Television - Articles and News
    Heyday Television Vinyl Is an Ode to 70s Rock Heyday Jac Kern 0 Comments Wednesday February 10 2016 When Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger team up to transport viewers to the 1970s New York music scene in Vinyl Series Premiere 9 p m Sunday HBO you know it s gotta be good Television Duplass Approved Animated Series Takes Flight Jac Kern 0 Comments Wednesday February 3 2016 What started as a silly office pastime evolved into a festival circuit comedy project that makes its television debut this week Television O J Simpson Trial Captivates Viewers 20 Years Later Jac Kern 0 Comments Wednesday January 27 2016 Created and written by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski American Crime Story The People v O J Simpson recounts the murders of Simpson s ex wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Lyle Goldman and the game changing trial that followed Television Zach Galifianakis Keeps Things Weird Jac Kern 0 Comments Wednesday January 20 2016 The Between Two Ferns host created new comedy Baskets Series Premiere 10 p m Thursday FX with Louis C K Louie and Jonathan Krisel Tim Eric Portlandia basically a trifecta of absurd comedy gold Television Jillian Bell From Workaholics to House Arrest Jac Kern 0 Comments Wednesday January 13 2016 Workaholics Jillian Bell and writing partner Charlotte Newhouse co created and starred in a web series for Comedy Central in 2014 and this week it graduates to television Television The Rise of Anthologies Jac Kern 0 Comments Wednesday January 6 2016 The anthology series format in which a show presents a different story and characters in each season or even episode is all the rage on TV right now as seen in American Horror Story Black Mirror Fargo True Detective and now American Crime Television Ringing in 2016 and Recovering Accordingly Jac Kern 0 Comments Wednesday December 30 2015 Counting down the year from your couch Here s your guide to the growing number of televised New Year s Eve celebrations Television For Your Holiday Viewing Pleasure Jac Kern 0 Comments Wednesday December 16 2015 Most series wrap up or go on hiatus over the next couple weeks making plenty of room for seasonal specials Television Winter TV Preview Jac Kern 0 Comments Wednesday December 9 2015 Look out for these new returning seasons series premieres and specials as the days get shorter and the temperature drops lower Television Netflix and Bill Jac Kern 0 Comments Wednesday December 2 2015 Bona fide cool guy Bill Murray has been spending some time in Cincinnati lately as his son serves as assistant coach to the undefeated Xavier men s basketball team With Murray always crashing the party it s only fitting that we kick off the holiday season by crashing one of his Television Popping Bottles and Memorizing Flashcards Jac Kern 0 Comments Tuesday November 24 2015 Uncorked captures the stress skill and excitement that goes into preparing for a test only about 8 percent of folks pass The new

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