Cincinnati rockers take over Final Friday

CityBeat staff

There are several can’t-miss events in Over-the-Rhine this Final Friday.

First, stop by Smartfish Studio & Sustainable Supply’s event “Hello Goodbye” as the boutique evolves into Rock Paper Scissors, a new store featuring sustainable art supplies, workshops, music releases and merchandise from Cincinnati bands.

Smartfish owner Alisha Budkie joins forces with Lindsey Nehls and Adam Petersen of The Marburg Collective, a home-grown, communally powered DIY record label and events production center, to create a flexible, community-centered partnership still specializing in Budkie’s footwear and art supply concept, but also building upon it. “Hello Goodbye”: 6-11 p.m. Free. 1301 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, facebook.com/smartfishsupply.

Down the street another collaborative concept is born when PB&J creative studios merges with Zach Darmanian-Harris and Alex Aeschbury, formerly of Such + Such Design Studio, to form a design, industrial design and public relations firm.

Celebrate the move and take home a PB&J curated magazine. PB&J party: 6-9 p.m. RSVP at rsvp@makepbj.com. 1417 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, makepbj.com.

Finally, end the night at Japp’s Annex as local rockers DAAP Girls celebrate the release of their second music video, “Molly,” off their album Tape Songs with a screening of the video at 10 p.m. as well as a live performance. DAAP Girls music video release: 6-11 p.m. Free. Japp’s, 1305 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, japps1879.com.

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