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An artful panacea for the blues of March

“Fancy Free,” Cincinnati Ballet

T.S.Eliot called April “the cruelest month.” That may be true for London, but here in Cincinnati it must be March. We all need some inspiration to get through those raw, lingering, gray days with highs in the 30s. For many, it’s the transformative power of the arts. Here are some special arts events to nourish your soul in the weeks to come.

What to Do/See/Hear | Jan. 10-16

Now that we’ve been reminded that the thermometer does register above 32, it’s time to crawl out from under our blankets and see what’s going on in the area. As it turns out, there’s quite a lot. Here are a few highlights…

What to Do/See/Hear | Jan. 3-9

Andrew Davis

The holidays are officially over, and 2018 isn’t exactly giving us a warm welcome, but not all the area’s organizations are in recovery mode. For those willing to brave the arctic chill, there are activities to coax you out. If the cold snap has finally put you in the holiday spirit, you’re still in luck; several seasonal offerings still have a few days to run.

What to do/hear/see…Oct. 4-10

Cincinnati Music Hall revitalization. Photo by Matthew Zory.

After more than a decade of angst and 16 months of anticipation, Music Hall reopens this weekend with a pair of concerts by the Cincinnati Symphony and an extensive housewarming event Saturday hosted by ArtsWave. Take advantage, and be a witness to history. Plus, there are lots of other events upcoming…read on.

What to do/hear/see | Sept. 13-19

Heather Britt leads a New Works rehearsal (photo by Mark Roberts)

Yes, fall is technically a week away, but the crisp air can mean only one thing: fall festivals. They can range from a region-wide downtown extravaganza to afternoons in the park. Get outside and enjoy one this weekend.

What to do/hear/see | Aug. 9-15

The fact that this week does not feel like August makes me want to hold on to it even more tightly. Squeeze every drop out of summer, I say. So here are a few more drops for you to savor, into the weekend and beyond…

What to do, hear, see | April 5-11

“Kismet” by Eric Standley

Spring fever must be in full flower this weekend, as two shows are already sold out: Richard Thompson at Memorial Hall and the KSO’s live accompaniment of “Amadeus.” Better make your plans fast. Here’s our somewhat-shortlist…