Tag: Washington Park

Culture FIX: June 12-18

Jazz reigns this week with performances inside and out. Who can resist jazz at the American Sign Museum? Or jazz in the park, on the square or at The Redmoor? Cincy Fringe ends its annual run. Cincinnati Opera raises the curtain on Mozart’s bad-boy opera, “Don Giovanni.” And a contemporary “Fun House” opens at Solway Gallery. Treats all around.

Culture FIX, June 5-11

Get those picnic baskets and lawn chairs ready. This week’s Culture FIX is loaded with summer outdoor arts/entertainment series that are kicking off their seasons during the next few days. Also, Cincinnati’s annual celebration of classic cars, Concours d’Elegance, revs up again at Ault Park.

Culture FIX: May 22-28

We’re at that sweet spot in the calendar where it might not be summer officially, but you certainly can feel it: No more frost advisories. The May Festival wrapping up. Outdoor concert series sprouting throughout the area. And partying with 500,000 of your closest friends at the Taste of Cincinnati. Yep, we’re headed for summer – come what May.

Culture FIX: May 8-14

CSO Music Director Louis Langrée conducts his final concerts this week. Our fair city offers up plenty of other cultural gems for your review, though: the close of the Ballet’s 60th season, urban-inspired art, several flavors of jazz, wildlife lectures, Appalachian culture and more. Enjoy!

Culture FIX: April 10-16

There are no ghost lights burning in Cincinnati theaters this week. A full slate of opening nights awaits. Especially good bar music is plentiful to accompany your brews. There’s plenty of Beethoven, too. And Art on Vine for that perfect somethin’ somethin’ for your empty wall. Get out and enjoy!

Culture FIX: March 27-April 2

We’re springing ahead with an eventful week highlighted by once-a-year celebrations – Easter Sunday, the Cincinnati Reds Opening Day and the Cincinnati Zoo’s festival of flowers. But there are other options for those of us seeking a cultural fix, including several tasty musical treats.

Culture FIX: Feb. 28-March 5

Quick quiz: Which of these things does not belong with the others? Jazz harp. A sharp-eared fox. An extra day. Thirsty goats. A Sausage Queen. A pot of stew. A pile of food cans. And plenty of beer … Answer: They all belong, of course, in this week’s Culture FIX of varied, intriguing and sometimes unpredictable events.

Culture FIX: Oct. 4-10

This week’s FIX choices are pretty music-heavy. Still, there’s plenty of variety here, and some of these music events appeal to various other senses, even the sense of smell. You read that right.

Culture FIX: Sept. 13-19

Here at Movers & Makers, we like to focus on the area’s top cultural and philanthropic happenings, and that often means pretty sophisticated events geared for grown-up audiences. But how about the kids? And how about that party with 700,000 of your closest friends?

Culture FIX: Sept. 6-12

It’s easy to assume that, with the last blast of Labor Day Weekend behind us, fall has arrived. Well, not quite. The weather is saying otherwise, and the autumnal equinox doesn’t arrive until Saturday, Sept. 23. Let’s not rush things.