Arts + Culture Newsletter February 2011
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Vegan Wine Tasting Feb 4!
What makes a wine vegan (or not)? Come and find out! CincyVeg presents a vegan wine tasting with vegan hor's doeuvres, live music and an international theme.
The menu includes mushroom and bok choy potstickers, tofu dolmades, marinated mushrooms, roasted red pepper hummus, marinated olives, Thai eggplant spread and tapenade.
6:30-9 pm Friday Feb 4 at Plum Court Wine Room, 241 W Court St, 45202. $15 includes food, wine and live music by Sylvain Acher. Info at 513-319-5607 email@example.com and www.cincyveg.com
Live Music @ Poco a Poco on Wednesdays
Poco a Poco presents live music on Wednesdays! Featuring a mix of Gypsy Jazz, Bossa Nova, Flamenco, Standards and Originals with The Three Casseroles: Sasha Strunjas, Sylvain Acher & Liz Wu.
Poco a Poco is a beautiful, casual tapas restaurant on Hyde Park Square, where patrons are encouraged to hang out with friends and taste a little of everything. If you're in the mood for a full entree, they have that too!
8-11 pm Wednesday Feb 9, 16, 25 and on Valentine's Day. No cover.
More info on the restaurant at http://www.pococincinnati.com
Acarya EP Release Friday Feb 11!
Acarya is releasing its first EP! This original rock project combines earthy, driving rhythms, thick harmonic textures and powerful vocals for a high-energy performance.
This show will feature an intimate, acoustic set - as well as special guests comedian Mike Cody and singer-songwriter Serenity Fisher.
EPs will be available for $5. 8 pm - midnight Friday Feb 11, Taza 2900 Jefferson Ave. All ages welcome! $5 cover.
More info: http://www.acaryaband.com
Tribal Night @ Leapin Lizard Feb 17!
Join us for one of the hottest events in town - Tribal Night at Leapin Lizard - a monthly evening of dance, drums, drink, food and more!
There will be an open belly dance and drum jam all night, interspersed with short dance performances. Bring a drum or just yourself!
The event goes from 7-10 pm every third Thursday at Leapin Lizard, 726 Main Street, Covington. $5 cover. All ages and skill levels welcome. Open potluck, please feel free to bring an item to share (no drinks please).
MUSE Caberet at Below Zero Feb 19!
Join MUSE - Cincinnati's Women's Choir members and friends as they present their first-ever evening of song and fun in a cabaret on Saturday, Feb 19th. See the talent of MUSE come alive as singers take the stage as soloists. Singers will be joined by the extraordinary talent of pianist Steve Milloy.
Karaoke and raffles! 7:30 pm (doors at 6:45), Below Zero, 1122 Walnut Street. Tickets $15 online at www.musechoir.org or by calling 513-221-1118 or $20 at the door.
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Full Art Spectrum
Are you an artist? Full Arts Spectrum is a group of Greater Cincy artists of all disciplines & neighborhoods, gathering together to share ideas, critiques, inspiration, in a way that builds the artistic community in the region. All artists welcome to join & membership is free!
The gathering is every 3rd Saturday at 7:30 pm at Plum Court Wine Room. For more information, click here
AEQAI is a Cincinnati-based e-journal for critical thinking, review and reflective prose on contemporary visual art.
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