Looking for something fun to do this weekend? 9 On Your Side has teamed up with CityBeat to bring you the top nine picks!
1. Peter Frampton and the Ballet
It's the last weekend you can catch the Cincinnati Ballet and Peter Frampton team up to let loose in this unconventional performance. This show's unique choreography offers perspectives on Frampton's storied music career, and his life.
So even if you're not a fan of the ballet, you have to love Frampton. Do you feel like we do?
Need a little noir in your week? You'll find a stylish dose onstage at the Cincinnati Playhouse this weekend.
Double Indemnity is the story of a disillusioned insurance agent who takes up with a sensuous, philandering woman. They concoct an elaborate plan to murder her husband and collect on an insurance windfall.
Your Cincinnati Cyclones are in the second round of the 2013 ECHL playoffs, and are in town Friday and Saturday nights.
The team is playing well, and tickets are still extremely reasonable to get down to U.S. Bank Arena and catch some high-octane, playoff hockey. Need more incentive? How about $3 Summer Shandy drinks on Friday?
Antonio Adams joins forces with Pam Kravetz, a radical and resourceful genius, to create not just an art exhibit, but a supercharged spectacle with a funhouse visual narrative that adds props, sculptures, and gewgaws.
The result will be an installation that merges art with science fiction, puppet-shows with game-shows, an eye-opening, fun-loving pageant and performance.
Looking to go green, even in your closet? VogueVert, a curated global conscious luxury goods provider founded by Cincinnatian Kathy Hamm, brings the most talented green designers to one place online — and now in person.
VogueVert is hosting their second trunk show in the region and first fundraiser at The Carnegie in Covington.
Mt. Lookout's new restaurant, Wurst Bar in the Square, could in fact be the best bar/restaurant you've been to lately.
The restaurant has 15 tricked-out sausages showcasing local meats from Wassler's Meat Market, along with vegetarian dogs from Avril-Bleh. Ground sausage is stuffed into natural hog casings, while veggie dogs receive a rice paper casing treatment, lending them a natural snap with every bite.
Mix all that with some great craft beer and mixed drinks, you've got yourself an evening.