by Jac Kern
42 days ago
It’s no secret
that Northside is the city’s premiere taco destination. The neighborhood welcomes its third taco
joint Friday with the grand opening of Barrio Tequileria. This latest addition
comes from the folks behind popular food truck Taco Azul and will specialize in
authentic Mexican/L.A.-style street food, tequila and mezcal. Doors open Friday
at 5 p.m. and they’ll be serving up tacos and drinks until 2 a.m. Check them
out on Facebook.
installment of Macy’s Art Sampler Weekend takes place Saturday. Enjoy free art
activities and performances all day in venues across Greater Cincinnati,
including: tours and music at the Contemporary Arts Center, Hip-Hop, spoken
word and crafts at the Taft Museum of Art, belly-dancing, toe-shoe performances
and Kung-Fu at the Cincinnati Ballet and an Amazing Arts Race from ArtsWave
Young Professionals. The sampler send with a Sock-Hop in Washington Park
featuring Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati's Marvelous Wonderettes. Look up the full
schedule by event, venue or category here.
Theater celebrates 40 years of bringing modern dance to Cincinnati with the
FORTY40Gala Saturday. The evening includes music and dance performances,
retrospective displays and videos, a silent auction, complementary drinks and
hors d’oeuvres, all in the historic Emery Theatre. Go here
to read our interview with CDT’s founder, Artistic Director and CEO, Jefferson James.
Have you been
waiting for the opportunity to let you inner Maverick shine? Well, grab your
aviators, zip up that jumpsuit and fly on out to SkateTown USA’s Top Gun-themed “Roller SK80s” party
Saturday. Whether you’re a regular rollergirl or you haven’t skated since the
actual ‘80s, there will be enough fun to go around with music, a photobooth and
an all-you-can-drink bar (dangerous much?). Admission is just $10, which
includes skate rental and drinks, and proceeds benefit Disabled
American Veterans. The party runs 10:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. and word is there will
be a shuttle to a hotel after-party. Go here
for details, directions and tips on
finding some prime ‘80s garb.
Museum Center wraps up its Passport to the World series with this weekend’s
Asian Culture Fest. Visitors will travel across China, India, Japan, Korea,
Taiwan, Vietnam and Nepal via cultural displays, hands-on workshops, music and dance
performances, an authentic Asian marketplace and much more. The fest runs
Saturday-Sunday. Find a full event schedule here.For more stuff to
do this weekend, check out our
To Do page or full
calendar and Rick Pender’s Stage Door
for weekend theater offerings.
1 Comment · Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Unlike the action junkies
chopping up the battles to pile on more frames helter-skelter, Tony Scott
would actually slow the moments down, to let us see the beauty of
stillness before the clash. He gave us a chance to breathe and steady
How can Hollywood get grown-ups back in theaters?
0 Comments · Wednesday, March 23, 2011
If you're reading this section of the paper, odds are you're a) someone over the age of 18 and b) someone who is interested in what's going on in movie theaters. Congratulations on being a survivor in a species on the verge of extinction. It's no breaking news story to anyone who follows the movie industry — or anyone who looks occasionally at the movie listings — that mainstream movies are directed overwhelmingly at teenage boys.