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  1. Stage Door: Fringing, a Free Performance and More Good ChoicesRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Cincy Fringe is hot and heavy right now. If you're planning to attend and want to get the scoop on some shows you might enjoy over the weekend, head to the , where reviews are being posted by a team of writers that I'm managing.

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  2. Foreign Film Friday: The House Is BlackRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat

    In many ways, Forough Farrokhzad's The House Is Black is more of a poem than a film. This may not be particularly surprising, as Farrokhzad today is mostly remembered, if at all in the West, for her modernist poetry, which was controversial, evocative and banned to post-revolution Iran.

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  3. Weekenders: What We're Doing This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Each week CityBeat staffers share their weekend plans: from dinner and drinks or special events to out-of-town concerts and stories we're working on. And some of us just watch TV.

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  4. Morning News and StuffRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    City applies for fed funding for Elmore Street bridge; Big step for Wasson Way soon?; tiny houses catch on in Cleveland Hey all! News time. First, a couple Cincinnati City Council things.

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  5. Cincinnati Fringe Festival 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    That's right - it takes 11 of us to bring you this overnight coverage.

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  6. FringeRead the original story

    Thursday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    The 13th annual Cincinnati Fringe is under way. CityBeat writers will attend the opening performance of every production and provide next-day reviews to help you pick and choose shows to see Fringe veterans might remember the likable Kurt Fitzpatrick from Bromance , performed at the 2014 Fringe line-up announcement party with Tommy Nugent .

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  7. Queer City Spotlight: Judith Iscariot on Cincinnati's Drag SceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    After almost seven successful seasons of RuPaul's Drag Race , drag has been infused into mainstream popular culture more than ever before. Drag, once thought taboo by many, is now becoming widely accepted as an art form.

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  8. Free Downtown, Over-the-Rhine Music Series Heat UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Although summertime doesn't officially begin until June 21, the popular free music series at downtown's Fountain Square and Over-the-Rhine's Washington Park are officially in full swing starting this week. The concerts once again showcase a great mix of bigger-name touring acts and superb locals from a variety of genres.

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  9. Free BirdRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Revolution Rotisserie & Bar started as a small operation selling rotisserie chicken on grilled pita bread at a stand in Findlay Market. It can now be found at its full-service permanent location on Race Street, just a block south of Washington Park in Over-the-Rhine.

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  10. Women of - HACF' Form Mutiny in Season TwoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    With Joe and Gordon commanding much of the first season of '80s tech drama Halt and Catch Fire - which ended quite disastrously for the characters - it only makes sense that this season focuses more on Cameron and Donna. Besides infiltrating the boy's club of the early tech world , the women are building their own gaming startup, Mutiny.

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  11. Modern MakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    The Camp Washington-based furniture maker/interior design team of Hayes Shanesy and Rosie Kovacs, known collectively as Brush Factory, recently finished a year-long, three-floor build out for People's Liberty, a new philanthropic lab from the Haile/U.S. Bank and Johnson foundations, across from Findlay Market in Over-the-Rhine. The project is the first of its kind for Brush Factory.

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  12. Cincinnati Fringe: Community, Camaraderie and PassionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    The 13th annual Cincinnati Fringe is under way. Shows start Wednesday and continue through June 6. CityBeat writers will attend the opening performance of every production and provide next-day reviews to help you pick and choose shows to see.

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  13. Social Improvement by DesignRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    On May 18, in a room equipped with only whiteboards, tables and chairs, branding and innovation consultant Cindy Tripp explains the process she implemented at Procter & Gamble for seven years: design thinking. Typically she speaks to research or marketing firms, but today, it's mostly nonprofits.

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  14. Stop Making SenseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Modern civil rights acts of civil disobedience have run off the rails and become something beyond counterintuitive; it's become far-reaching, obtuse and even ironic. Take, for example, the May 21 press conference at the Great American Ball Park led by a group of respected ministers meant to steal some of the upcoming shine of the All-Star Game to bring greater attention to this country's racial injustices, including the police-related deaths of unarmed black men in Ferguson, Mo., New York, Baltimore and Cleveland.

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  15. Poll PositionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Conservatives in the Ohio legislature are considering new voter ID requirements as the state faces lawsuits over restricted voting hours. - Photo: CityBeat Archives Little more than a month after Ohio settled a lawsuit charging that it engaged in practices that suppressed voters' rights, more battles around the state's voting practices loom.

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  16. Lower Price Hill in FocusRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    The Community Learning Center concept is galvanizing the national consciousness and has catapulted Cincinnati to the forefront of the conversation. For the comprehensive and analytical approach to defining the Community Learning Center model, look no further than the website for the Cincinnati-based Community Learning Center Institute, which has branded the vision: "leveraging public school facilities to become hubs of educational, recreational, cultural, health and civic partnerships, which optimize the conditions for learning and catalyze the revitalization of the community."

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  17. WaterfieldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    The Mercer eloquently tops its scallops with micro red-veined sorrel. Salazar places micro daikon radish on its oyster slider to give it a bit of a kick.

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  18. Camp Washington's Art Is Growing From Its SoilRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    When you think of ways to view Cincinnati's Camp Washington neighborhood, you probably wouldn't consider looking at it using the lens of soil as a starting point. Yet soil is what Erin Colleen Johnson, the first Art Space Is Your Space artist-in-residence at the neighborhood's nonprofit Wave Pool gallery, chose as the filter for exploring the neighborhood.

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  19. Mandolin OrangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    If Robert Earl Keen and Kathleen Edwards formed a Bluegrass/Americana duo and managed to retain their individual identities while combining their collective talents into a distinct third direction, they would sound a lot like Mandolin Orange. North Carolina natives Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz have honed their harmonic gifts into a pretty fair translation of Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris without drifting into slavish hero worship or clinical replication, incorporating all of their varied influences into a familiar yet unique form.

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  20. The Charles Walker BandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Identifying Charles Walker's influences doesn't require prolonged exposure or intense examination. The Milwaukee native grew up with a love of the Blues, Funk, Pop and Motown, as evidenced by his devotion to Luther Allison, Prince and Stevie Wonder, and the sound that he's developed with his latest outfit, appropriately tagged the Charles Walker Band.

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