Northside

Jim Nolan provides a preview of the 2015 Northside Rock 'N Roll Carnival, July 2-4 at Hoffner Park.

A song from local jazz guitarist Brad Myers upcoming CD, Prime Numbers.   Urban Artifact in Northside will host a CD release party on Thursday, June 4 starting at 8pm.

Hoffner Park hosts the annual Northside Art in the Park on Saturday, May 9, and one of the kid-friendly performances that day will be from Cincinnati’s own Wump Mucket Puppets. Puppeteer Terrence Burke (and a couple of friends) joins Anne Arenstein to talk about Wump Mucket and where else they’ll be this summer.

David Mamet’s provocative play Race is the next production of New Edgecliff Theatre, and will be presented in Hoffner Lodge in Northside starting April 9. Jim Stump talks about this play, David Mamet, and the cast with the director, Daryl Harris.

Provided / Stages for Youth

A short film shot in Northside has received an honorable mention in the White House Student Film Festival.  "I Am Urban Art" was produced as part of Stages for Youth.  Frank O'Farrell founded the program last year to teach video production.

Jim and Darren Blase from Northside’s Shake It Records talk with our Frank Johnson about what the shop will be doing on November 28, the infamous Black Friday shopping day.

Cincinnati Magazine

Local photographer Emily Buddendeck has a new exhibit opening at the NVision shop and gallery in Northside that is part of this year’s Foto Focus city-wide celebration of photography and lens-based art. She joins Jane Durrell to preview the exhibit which opens on October 1.

Time to tour some of the unique houses in Northside

Sep 19, 2014

It’s time again for the Northside House Tour, a chance to visit some of the unique and beautiful homes in this historic and burgeoning Cincinnati neighborhood. Co-chairs Sandy Hamilton and Carolyn Gutjahr provide a preview of the September 28 event to our Robyn Carey-Allgeyer.

Jim Stump welcomes in the guest director of New Edgecliff Theater’s first production of the season, Lindsey Augusta Mercer, to talk about The Little Dog Laughed, which will be presented in The Hoffner Lodge in the theater’s new home neighborhood of Northside.

Northside’s Thunder Sky Gallery’s current exhibition honors the 50th anniversary of the death of writer, painter and cartoonist Flannery O’ Connor. Keith Banner, one of the gallery directors, is in the studio with Jane Durrell with some background on the gallery and details on participating artists.

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