The "Plum Gorgeous" Fall Floral Show Transforms Krohn Conservatory into a Violet Delight

Cincinnati Parks' Krohn Conservatory's fall floral show is a violet delight. Plum Gorgeous opened Sept. 5 and introduces visitors to an alternative…

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The "Plum Gorgeous" Fall Floral Show Transforms Krohn Conservatory into a Violet Delight
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27 Things To Do in Cincinnati This Week (May 1-7)

This week is jam-packed with things to do in Cincinnati from Cinco de Mayo and Derby parties to Zoo Babies, live music,…

By CityBeat Staff

THURSDAY 02
    EVENT: Salsa on the Square Kick-Off
    Fountain Square’s weekly Salsa on the Square event, featuring live local, regional and national Latin bands playing everything from Cumbia and Samba to Merengue, is back. Things kick off this week with music from Salsa band Son Del Caribe and food from Mazunte, plus beer, wine and limited liquor for purchase. Dance the night away downtown. And if you can’t dance yet, take a class from on-site instructors Salsannati.7-10 p.m. Thursdays. Free admission. Fountain Square, 520 Vine St., Downtown, salsaonthesquare.com.
    
    Photo: Ty Wesselkamper
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What To Do in Cincinnati This Week: Sept. 26-Oct. 2

Cincinnati Moon Festival, Brews on the Block, Newport Oktoberfest, Champ Kind from 'Anchorman,' Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week and more

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FRIDAY 28-SUNDAY 30
    COMEDY: David Koechner
    You know David Koechner from, well, tons of things. He’s most recognized as Todd Packer, Michael Scott’s best friend on The Office, and as Champ Kind from The Anchorman films. Early in his career, though he had steady work, he sought a bit of work stability. “I didn’t ever want to be without a job, so I called my agent and asked, ‘Can you put me on the road?’ ” he says. A week later, she had 11 gigs lined up for him. “They were three months out, so I just worked up an act in town, put a bunch of character pieces together and went out on the road.” These days his set is more family-driven. “I’m married with five kids,” he says. “I call my show Symphony of Chaos, because that’s what my life is.” 
    7:30 and 10 p.m. Friday; 7 and 10 p.m. Saturday; 7 p.m. Sunday. $20-$50. Funny Bone Liberty, 7518 Bales St., Liberty Township, liberty.funnybone.com .
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