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  1. Planned Parenthood Ohio Sues Ohio Over Abortion AccessRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio filed a federal lawsuit today against the state of Ohio, charging that "hostile policies" passed by the state in the last few years greatly restrict women's access to abortions. The suit comes after new restrictions were slipped into Ohio's budget earlier this year.

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  2. Spoonful of Cinema: No EscapeRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat

    It's surprisingly better than I would have suspected, but I'm not recommending it. The action is tense but the story is flat.

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

    16 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Seelbach won't back executive session amendment; Pendleton affordable housing to get makeover; Rowan County Clerk still not doing her job because liberty Good morning all. Here's the news today.

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  4. Cincinnati at the VMAsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    This year's spectacle-of-an-awards-show on MTV had some Cincinnati flavor courtesy of Eric Nally and Walk the Moon I tried to watch last night Video Music Awards on MTV, but it was such an awkward and confusing clusterfuck, I couldn't take much of it, flipping through for a few moments before moving on out of embarrassment for the people on the screen. I usually like when awards shows are a little chaotic .

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

    Friday Aug 28 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Mothersbaugh Mania officially kicks off in Cincinnati on Friday when Mark Mothersbaugh - the co-founder of the great Post-Punk band DEVO, as well as an accomplished visual artist who studied his craft at Kent State University - appears at Woodward Theater for a concert sponsored by the Contemporary Arts Center. Friday's show will begin with a small orchestral group playing DEVO covers and Mothersbaugh's scores for Wes Anderson movies, followed by a short "onstage dialogue," and will conclude with him conducting an ensemble in "Music for Six Sided Keyboard" .

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  6. I Just Can't Get EnoughRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Serena was in town competing in the Western & Southern Open; Drake came to watch. The two celebrated Serena's finals win with dinner at Sotto downtown and, apparently, a little mouth-on-mouth action.

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  7. Walking Dead' Spinoff Explores New TerritoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    With the undeniable success of AMC's The Walking Dead , it makes sense that the network would produce a spinoff. Fear the Walking Dead promises zombie-apocalypse action in the fictional universe fans have come to love, with a different setting, cast and timeline.

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  8. Crack Open - The Diary of a Teenage Girl' at Your Own RiskRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    I live in a house with a pair of teenage girls, so the idea of having access to their diaries or their unfiltered thoughts frightens me to no end, especially after watching The Diary of a Teenage Girl . It's the debut feature of writer-director Marielle Heller, who in 2012 earned both a Screenwriting Fellow and a Directing Fellow at the Sundance Institute along with snagging the Lynn Auerbach Screenwriting Fellowship and a Maryland Film Festival Fellowship.

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  9. Kennedy Heights Arts Center ExpandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    The Kennedy Heights Arts Center, one of the best and most ambitious in the region, takes a great leap forward this weekend when it opens its new 10,500-square-foot annex in a portion of an old Kroger grocery store. The overall site has been christened the Kennedy Heights Cultural Campus because the building also holds the Kennedy Heights Montessori School in addition to the arts center's Lindner Annex.

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  10. You Can't Be What You Can't See'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    This Saturday, the St. Bernard branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is honoring a historically underrepresented group in comic book culture: black writers, illustrators and readers. It's part of an event called Queen City Black Comix Day, which was organized by Aiesha Little of the Midwest Black Speculative Fiction Alliance .

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  11. Making ConnectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Mussman had recently launched the Creative App Project, or CAP513, a project dedicated to registering community members as app developers in the Google Play store. Kickstarted by a $10,000 grant from philanthropic organization People's Liberty, Mussman knew he wanted part of his class to work with a nonprofit.

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  12. That Which Divides UsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Gus Whitfield has seen Cincinnati's racial tension up close, having grown up in the West End then moving to Avondale and Pleasant Ridge. Today, he's back living in his old neighborhood.

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  13. On SerenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    In the mid-1990s when Venus and Serena Williams were teenagers, when the jangle of beaded scalp-tight cornrows and silver braces on their teeth long preceded waist-length weaves and fake painted fingernails, and just about the same time a CablanAsian kid named Tiger turned professional, whacking his way across the whitest golf greens, neither blacks specifically nor America generally knew exactly what we were looking at when we looked at the Williams sisters.

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  14. Worst Week Ever! Aug. 26-Sept. 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Calculators were invented long ago because humans realized that math is stupid. Once our species figured out how to handle our numbers-related needs by pushing a few buttons rather than using brain power and discipline to do so on our own, we freed up additional memory capacity to focus more on reality television and celebrity gossip.

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  15. Upper DeckerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    "There's a math behind Pop music," Cincinnati singer/songwriter Jane Decker says of her love for creating Pop songs. "It's really difficult, but it's so rewarding when you get your own song stuck in your head."

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  16. Farming in a Strip MallRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    It's certainly not the most bucolic of settings, which is normally where you would expect to find a farm, lush with bright-green produce. But then again, Greener Portions Aquaponics isn't your traditional farm, and Casey Miller isn't your typical farmer.

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  17. Get Folked Up at Whispering BeardRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    The Whispering Beard Folk Festival , which was founded in 2008 and continues to grow in popularity and draw based mostly on word of mouth, returns this week to the small town of Friendship, Ind. . The four-day-festival books top-shelf headliners each year, and it is also a great place to check out some of the finest Roots/Americana/Folk acts from Greater Cincinnati's music scene.

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  18. Third Cincinnati-Related Film to Screen at New York Film FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    "Double Negative" by Michael Heizer , from 'Troublemakers' - Photograph by Sam Wagstaff, 1970. The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles .

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  19. Your Weekend Playlist: August VibesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    This hand-clapping, shoe-tapping goodness is by far one of the best new jams I've came across, making it impossible to skip when it comes up in my track library. It's upbeat, it's joyful, and you'll find yourself singing the final phrase, "I feel it all in the center of it all, you're the love of my life - the love of my life" over and over again because it's so damn catchy.

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  20. Stage DoorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Theater slows down this time of year as most local companies are readying to launch their 2015-2016 seasons in September. You'll find two newish productions on local stages - Company at The Carnegie in Covington and 9 to 5 at the Incline in East Price Hill.

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