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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Tickets Still Available for Annunciation Gala on Saturday

This morning your roving reporter had a chance to catch up with Claudia Taylor, the very enthusiastic chairperson and organizer of the event. The first and most important question I asked was…

Annunciation Gala April 28 (This Saturday!)

Tickets still remain for the Fifth Annual Annunciation Gala taking place this Saturday at Annunciation School, located at 3545 Clifton Ave. Today I asked the school principal, Cindy Hardestry, a few questions about the event.

Cleanup Corryville Saturday Morning

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I had a great walk today. The weather was beautiful (sunny, blue, warm), and when I walked through Burnet Woods folks were out fishing in force. Passing a young black man, I decided to make it clear just how unimpressed I was with his production thus far.

Shiny and the Spoon at Tunes & Blooms

“Free concerts every Thursday in April from 6 – 8:30pm!” reads the website for the Cincinnati Zoo, and on Thursday, April 19 the concert will feature The Tillers  as headliners with Shiny and the Spoon opening. Although The Tillers are an impressive Americana act, you should definitely also check out Shiny and the Spoon, who combine solid […]

Record Store Day!

The fifth annual Record Store Day will be taking place this Saturday at independent record stores in Cincinnati. More than 200 vinyl records, including LPs, 10-inches, and 45s, will be on sale that day. Every year Record Store grows larger, with more to choose from and a broader selection as well. By itself, Record Store […]

Farmers Market in Northside

Every Wednesday from 4 pm to 7 pm there’s a Farmers Market in Northside. Being as I’m kind of a hard-nosed reporter—picture a grumpy guy with a cigarette dangling out of the side of his mouth and a crooked tie as he barks out questions in an old black and white movie—I recently posed some […]

Sharon Van Etten at Mayday April 27

I’m not sure if there’s anything more frustrating than discovering after the fact that a musician came to town who you would have seen if only you’d known…Often the surprise element comes because you hadn’t dialed in some venues that bring in names that you wouldn’t expect in such a small venue – and as […]

Loft-Style Apartment For Rent on Ludlow Avenue

(Update) This loft-style apartment is currently occupied, but Gaslight Property wants apartment seekers to know that it has apartments for rent in several buildings in the Gaslight District in Clifton. Those buildings include the Jonathan at 451 Ludlow; Tudor Court Apartments, also on Ludlow Avenue; Whitfield Gardens, at 3242 Whitfield; Lafayette Hills, at 880 Lafayette […]

Bohemain Hookah Cafe (Part 2)

You may recall me mentioning in Bohemain Hookah Cafe Part 1 that a band was slated to perform one evening, although I had no idea who they were. When I slipped inside I came to learn that they were the Last Boppers (what a great name for a band), who I’d heard of but never […]

Bohemian Hookah Café (Part 1)

Partly because there were no windows in front and the outside was pretty nondescript, even though the gay bar called the Golden Lions was in the heart of the Clifton business district it was easy to forget it was there—and I’ll bet ya that even lots of Cliftonites have no idea that it closed. What’s […]