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‘Ides’ Opens No. 2 At Box Office
“The Ides of March” opened No. 2 at the box office last weekend with $10.4 million, behind Hugh Jackman’s “Real Steel” robots ($27.3 million). USA Today calls the $10.2 million a “solid debut” for George Cloney’s political thriller set in the Cincinnati...
Posted: 10/11/2011 8:38 AM in TV and Media Blog
Birds of a Feather
Mark Obmascik’s book The Big Year, the story of three top contenders in a year-long bird-watching competition, comes to the silver screen on October 14. The three obsessed men — a roofing contractor seeking to break his own record, a corporate executive...
Posted: 10/11/2011 8:20 AM in Off the Shelf @ CCPL
Bootsy Jams with Yo Gabba Gabba
Cincinnati born and bred legend Bootsy Collins is known for his collaborations, from James Brown, George Clinton and Deee-Lite to more recent (and more unusual) hookups, like William Shatner, Charlie Daniels and Dr. Cornel West. But his latest collabo...
Posted: 10/11/2011 1:00 AM in CityBeat Blogs - Music
Crab Carnival
Washington Platform’s annual Crab Carnival runs from Oct. 21 through November 12. They’ll be featuring streamed or chilled Alaskan King Crab legs, steamed Dungeness crab, chilled Florida stone crab claws and snow crab legs. They’ll also serve a wide variety...
Posted: 10/10/2011 5:41 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Craft Spells : The Fog Rose High :: Room 205
[] New romantics Craft Spells conjure a hazy, live version of "The Fog Rose High" courtesy of the lovelies in Room 205.... Read more..
Posted: 10/10/2011 5:38 PM in Ventvox
Turquoise now open
Turquoise is now open downtown. This Turkish/Mediterranean restaurant is owned by Levant Kurucay, who used to be one of the owners of Cafe Istanbul. This new restaurant has many of the same items that were on the menu there: appetizers such as shepherd’s...
Posted: 10/10/2011 5:28 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Belgian on Vine
I won’t actually review Taste of Belgium’s new cafe on Vine St. until they start serving dinner. But I did drop in for lunch the other day. For some reason, my opinion was that it was better than I expected. I don’t know why I say that–the waffles and...
Posted: 10/10/2011 4:20 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Investigating That Controversial Civil War Photo
Cincinnati auctioneer Wes Cowan truly plays history detective on PBS this week explaining the controversial Civil War “Chandler tintype” photograph showing two uniformed Confederate soldiers, one white and one black, holding weapons. Tonight PBS repeats...
Posted: 10/10/2011 4:05 PM in TV and Media Blog
Cafe Mediterranean new opening date
Cafe Mediterranean in Blue Ash is now scheduled to open on Friday.
Posted: 10/10/2011 3:33 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
CCM concert to remember student Andrew Howell
The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music plans to honor the memory of Andrew Howell with a concert on Oct. 23 in Corbett Auditorium. Howell was a CCM student and a French horn major when he died suddenly last year. CCM is also establishing...
Posted: 10/10/2011 2:34 PM in Arts in Focus

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