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I highly recommend you go see “Silent Sky.” It's two hours, including a 15-minute intermission to chug two more gin and tonics. Take a woman in your life and tell her you love her and that you'd never prohibit her from using advanced space-related measurement devices.
If you want to come face to face with your own humanity, you'll not miss "Cabaret" for the world.
If I could, I'd go to every performance of the five-night series. Worth every minute and every penny. You must go to something on or before May 28, which is your last chance to catch music at Music Hall for a long time.
With his absurdly inspiring exhibit, Passage, at the CAC through Sept. 11, Suh pulls us out of our “life is okay” fog and gently wipes the sleep from our eyes. He implores us to take a closer look at two things we see everywhere: string and rooms.
You will laugh, hard, if you pay attention to the quirky details.
If you do anything to better yourself in 2016, go see this exhibit. It's free. Parking is $4. The museum is open every day but Monday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and you have until Aug. 28 to see 30 Americans.
Shakespeare in the Park is a great, free, easy-as-hell thing to do on a summer evening. Pack a picnic, enjoy our beautiful parks and be entertained.
Cincinnati Ballet's season opener was an amazing evening, and if you missed it you should feel bad.
You can redeem yourself, however, as there's some great stuff coming.
Aiesha D. Little