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  1. Morning News: City budget shortfall could mean cuts for departments;...Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Morning News: City budget shortfall could mean cuts for departments; Park Board fight continues; Mandel spends tax payer money on ads featuring... Mandel State law allows the Treasurer's office to create marketing efforts for programs, but doesn't say that Mandel has to have a prominent role in big-money TV ads or that Ohio State University football coach Urban Meyer should co-star in them. City of Cincinnati officials are facing a $25 million budget deficit, and city departments are being asked to make cuts.

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  2. Your Weekend To Do ListRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat

    But he's giving at least double his usual effort to Maddox's multimedia piece, part of CAC's Black Box Performance Series, retells the story of his great-grandaunts Millie-Christine McKoy, conjoined twins who were born into slavery in 1851 in North Carolina. First sold to a showman before they were a year old, and later kidnapped, the sisters became known as "The Eighth Wonder of the World" and "The Two-Headed Nightingale" while touring the United States and Europe as a circus act.

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  3. LISTEN: Cincinnati Music Releases - " February '17 PlaylistRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat

    This weird year sounds like it's off to a good start - if you're listening to the music coming out of Greater Cincinnati, at least. Even if the Apocalypse is just on the horizon, we can go down with a great soundtrack in the background.

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  4. What a Week! Feb. 15-21Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Chris Rock surprised audiences at the Aronoff Center by bringing on Adult Swim comedian Eric Andre; Skyline changed its crackers and people have feelings; Lifetime continued its assault on all that is sacred with its Britney Spears original movie. Sometimes, a local news story comes along that takes importance over all national and global matters.

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  5. Legion' is a psychedelic, psychiatric rompRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Legion is the mutant alter ego of David Haller , who audiences meet here prior to his X-Men days as a 30-something struggling with schizophrenia. Employing an unreliable narrator is a popular technique in TV and film, especially lately - think Rami Malek's Elliot in Mr. Robot or Emily Blunt's Rachel in The Girl on the Train .

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  6. Morning News: Cranley launches re-election bid; work begins on Wasson ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    The city needs to help create a "truly progressive and better public transportation system," Cranley said, endorsing a countywide sales tax boost proposed by the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority to expand bus service in Greater Cincinnati. Last night, Mayor John Cranley officially kicked off his re-election bid with an event in Price Hill.

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  7. Predicting This Year's Oscar Winners and Their Place in HistoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    As the Academy Awards season nears its end with Sunday night's ceremonies, I find that I have been curiously drawn to Blind Vaysha , writer-director Theodore Ushev's Best Animated Short nominee. It perfectly encapsulates the dilemma critics and discriminating film fans face every year when preparing to make Academy Award predictions.

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  8. The 25th-annual Bockfest descends on Cincinnati March 3-5.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Last week, Cincy got another craft brewery - Brink Brewing Co., College Hill's first - but at the end of the month, the city will lose one when Ei8ht Ball inside Northern Kentucky's Party Source pours its beers for the final time. To celebrate our long-standing brewing heritage and its ebbs and flows, the 25th anniversary of the world's largest bock festival, Bockfest, takes place March 3-5 at various venues in Over-the-Rhine, including the main Bockfest Hall at the Christian Moerlein Malt House Taproom.

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  9. Two new Contemporary Arts Center exhibitions confront politically charged topicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    While 'Blak Origin Moment' dissects police brutality, rape culture and the limits of socially prescribed black male identity, 'Womxn Workers of the World Unite!' tackles issues of trans liberation, labor equity and immigrant rights. he two separate exhibitions currently on view at the Contemporary Arts Center - one by artist Noel Anderson and one by Andrea Bowers - are timely reminders of the power art can wield to catalyze social change.

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  10. Billy Chace (left) has the title role in Cincy Shakes' production.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Shakespeare's Richard III , written in the early 1590s, has been produced continually for more than four centuries. The power-mad royal who died in battle in 1485 at the end of the War of the Roses was Shakespeare's first great villain.

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  11. Child's suit of armor at Cincinnati Art MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    With a title like Dressed to Kill: Japanese Arms & Armor , you might think this is purely a warlike exhibit, aiming for throngs of young men rushing to the Cincinnati Art Museum through May 7 to imagine themselves in battle with the weaponry on display. And there may be that aspect to it.

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  12. Wonky Tonk's new two-song release, "Love Detox."Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Issued by Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Leesta Vall Sound Recordings , the release features just two tracks, but they show the breadth of Wonky Tonk's unique gifts and her ability to jump off from a traditional "Country music" base and take the listener into new and unexpected territory. "Peter Pan from Brooklyn" is an ominous, sweeping dirge laced with ghostly back-up vocals, crackling, distorted guitars and storm-like atmospherics, while "Four Letter Word" is a more direct and minimal acoustic-and-strings tune.

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  13. An evening of tall tales and homemade tartar sauce at the Old Timber InnRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Owner Elmer Ferguson makes everything fresh himself, including the restaurant's signature fish logs, thick slices of savory cold-water Atlantic cod fried to a perfect crisp. Old Timber Inn proprietor Elmer Ferguson makes each order of fish logs - a thick slice of fried cold-water Atlantic cod - from scratch.

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  14. Inspiration Times TwoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    But he's giving at least double his usual effort to Maddox's multimedia piece, part of CAC's Black Box Performance Series, retells the story of his great-grandaunts Millie-Christine McKoy, conjoined twins who were born into slavery in 1851 in North Carolina. First sold to a showman before they were a year old, and later kidnapped, the sisters became known as "The Eighth Wonder of the World" and "The Two-Headed Nightingale" while touring the United States and Europe as a circus act.

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  15. Last Days for the Dennison?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Contractors have begun dismantling the Dennison Hotel building at 716 Main St. The building was designed by famed architect Samuel Hannaford's firm and constructed in 1892. atches of sky were visible through the top-floor windows at the back of the 125-year-old Dennison Hotel the morning of Feb. 20, and a thick, drifting fog enveloped the building in downtown Cincinnati's Main Street Historic District.

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  16. Big Gigantic continues its ongoing practice of raising money for charity on its current tour.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Against all odds, EDM/Synth Pop/Soul duo Big Gigantic is striving to steer its fans away from despair and back toward the light of hopefulness. The twosome's message is blazingly apparent in the title of its latest album, last year's "Everything is so crazy right now, we're trying to do what we can.

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  17. Sound Advice: Frontier RuckusRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Frontier Ruckus plays Folk music for Indie Rock fans at the Southgate House Revival. As has often been noted, much of today's commercially successful Country music seems to simply be Pop music with the light addition of fiddle, banjo or some other instrument so crucially tied to the genre.

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  18. Sound Advice: Ne-Hi with Cross CountryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    "Offers," the title song on Ne-Hi's freshly minted second album, is a brief, slow-burn Psych rocker heavy on atmosphere and light on words . It's a curious left turn for a band known for the jangly, upbeat approach present in songs like the album's opener, "Palm of Hand," which brings to mind early R.E.M. fronted by Buzzcocks' Pete Shelley instead of a mumble-mouthed Michael Stipe.

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  19. Sound Advice: Jason Ringenberg/Farmer JasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    When events are advertised as "fun for the whole family," that typically means they are considerably more enjoyable for the shorter members of the clan and at least tolerable for the taller ones. When a Jason Ringenberg appearance is the event, you can believe the hype.

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  20. Good Samaritan HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is asking a federal judge to order TriHealth Inc. to disclose the name of a business client that forces its employees to tell what drugs they take and why they take them. Such a requirement, charged EEOC Commissioner Chai Feldblum in March 2016, violates the Americans with Disabilities Act because it isn't job-related and isn't "consistent with business necessity."

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