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Austin’s Agent Ribbons make art and music of old into something new By Gary Spencer There are occasions when music and art inspired by the past are melded together to create something different, new and intriguing.  Such is the case with the two-woman duo Agent Ribbons.  Originally hailing from Sacramento, Calif., but now residing in […]

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Finding true north

Stars support sixth album with Cincinnati stop By Tim Anderl Stars are lovers, not fighters.  And operating under the KISS principle (keep it simple stupid) when it comes to the ingredients of a compelling pop song, Stars’ narratives have long told stories of love, beauty and relationships while the music soars with sweeping bombast.  Remarkably, […]

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Are you experienced?

Cincinnati’s MidPoint Music Festival returns By Tim Anderl Harnessing a hard-fought-and-won, 11-year tradition for bringing hundreds of national and international musical frontrunners to Southwestern Ohio for a days-long, annual event, MidPoint Music Festival returns to downtown Cincinnati this week.  Unparalleled in this part of the country, and taking place in the city’s Over-the-Rhine district Thursday, […]

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Raising the dead

Holy Ghost Tent Revival Does Canal Street By Nick Schwab Holy Ghost Tent revival is a band that started as a sweet and gentle folk band, but has since gotten louder while still retaining their heart and soul. It is the type of music that one can listen to while laying back looking at a […]

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One rhyme at a time

Yellow Springs’ Village Fam lights up Peach’s Grill By Zach Rogers Yellow Springs is certainly a popular place for any Ohioan to visit, due to a variety of different activities and attractions the village proudly offers. Music is without question at the top of this list, but rap music in particular may not be the […]

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No peanut butter here. Just jam!

Werk Out Festival’s third year moves to Legend Valley By Nick Schwab The Wizard of Oz was far ahead of its time with its classic mantra, “There’s no place like home.” Whether the red carpet has been brought out for you like a movie star or royalty, the comfort of “home” is a beautiful thing. […]

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Yes, Virginia, there’s really rock n’ roll in Nashville

Cheap Time rocks South Park Tavern By Zach Rogers The whole “garage rock” revival might be a thing of the past, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t people out there who have forgotten how it should sound. Cheap Time, hailing from Nashville, Tenn., is a band who captures this sort of reckless abandon to perfection. […]

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Playing with fire

Bassel and the Supernaturals heat up behind new release Dreamer By Rusty Pate Bassel Al-Madani sits in his apartment on a seemingly ordinary night. The Kent, Ohio native began recording albums in 2008 and he now finds himself living in Chicago with his latest album, Dreamer, freshly completed with his group, Bassel and the Supernaturals. […]

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Bow down!

Naughty rapper Blowfly brings his “nastiness” to Dayton By Wu W.A.N.G. Sure, many of us might desire to transform into another person or test drive another personality, but to do it in public, in front of an audience? Well … maybe not. For thirty odd years less than a century, Clarence Reid obviously has seen […]

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I gotsta get paid

ZZ Top return with new album, La Futura By Alan Sculley It would appear that one word Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top has learned when it comes to work on the long-awaited new CD, La Futura, by the band is patience. The project has been under way for several years now, and plenty of fans […]

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Homegrown harmonies

National Sing-Off Live Tour in Troy By Tara Pettit Photo: Street Corner Symphony will perform at Hobart Arena as part of The […]

Chew on this: 2/24

Be your own nutrition sleuth By Jayne Powers Photo: Composer Jake Heggie; photo: Art Clarity You may have read the […]

News of the weird: 02/24

By Chuck Shepherd Lead story – Weird news you can use It turns out that a person having a heart […]

Advice Goddess: 2/24

By Amy Alkon Beak experience I recently started dating this new girl. I asked her whether her lips and boobs […]

Under the spell

Yellow Springs Theater Company stages “Godspell” By Gary Spencer Photo: Director Robert Campbell [standing, forefront] rehearses with Yellow Springs Theater […]

The Artsy Adventures of the JafaGirls

Just when you thought you had seen everything By Tor Gregory Simms Photo: Nancy Mellon and Corrine Bayraktaroglu; photo: Scott […]