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The magical Shen Yun experience
hen Yun presents five thousands years of Chinese civilization in a live performance on stage. Through classical Chinese dance, breathtaking music, and gorgeous costumes, the show introduces an ancient world once lost. In March, the performance will be returning to Cincinnati. Shen Yun Performing Arts is a nonprofit company based in New York. It was formed in 2006 by artists from around the world who came together with a mission—to show the world what Chinese culture once was. In China, this traditional culture has been devastated over 70 years of communist rule. In fact, Shen Yun is not even allowed to perform in China today. But worldwide the company gave 500 performances in 150 cities last season alone. Across the United States and in Europe, its performances were regularly sold-out. What makes Shen Yun so popular and inspiring? The name Shen Yun means, “The beauty of divine beings dancing.” Some audience members describe it like this: You can go to China and see it with your eyes, but Shen Yun lets you experience the real China with your soul. At the heart of a Shen Yun performance is classical Chinese dance—and this company performs it like no other. This is an ancient art form
with a history of thousands of years. Its explosive tumbling techniques combined with gentle elegance make it exhilarating and beautiful to watch. The performance includes story-based dances, with tales of heroic warriors, colorful figures like the Monkey King, and legends that take place high up in the heavens. Other dances celebrate China’s ethnic groups and dynasties. The live orchestra combines Western and Eastern instruments, creating a refreshing sound different from any other orchestra. Each performance includes hundreds of authentic, handmade costumes. The full theatrical effect is achieved with a dynamic, animated backdrop. It is like looking into a living painting, as the images interact with the dancers and orchestra in pure perfection. Shen Yun’s artists, like the ancients who came before them, believe that art is meant to uplift and inspire. They incorporate meditation and study of traditional culture into their rigorous daily training. In their interviews, they talk about cultivating goodness and virtue. This spiritual grounding comes through in their performance, filling the theater with a sense of anticipation and joy. Shen Yun will be in Cincinnati at Aronoff Center for the Arts, March 18-20, 2020. Tickets: 513-6212787; Shenyun.com/Cincinnati. 7 KEYCINCINNATI.COM
What’s Going On ARONOFF CENTER FOR THE ARTS 650 Walnut Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 An Evening with C.S. Lewis, starring David Payne: 3/1 Baby Shark Live!: 3/7 Sex ‘n’ The City: A (Super Unauthorized) Musical Parody: 3/13 Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood: Scared Scriptless: 3/13 Johnny Mathis: The Voice of Romance Tour: 3/14 CincySings Semi-Finals: 3/15 Shen Yun 2020: 3/18-3/20 The Price is Right Live: 3/21 Pride of Cincinnati Dance Ensemble: One Voice: 3/213/22 ABBAFAB - The Premier ABBA Experience: 3/28 ART BEYOND BOUNDARIES 1410 Main Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-8726 Lucky 13: 3/1-3/13 Crushing Daffodils: 3/27-5/8 BELTERRA CASINO & HOTEL 777 Belterra Drive Florence, Indiana 47020 812-427-7777 Blue Oyster Cult: 3/7 War: 3/28 BOGART’S 2621 Vine St. Cincinnati, OH 45219 513-872-8801 Jim Breuer: 3/3 The Prince Experience: 3/6 LANCO: 3/7 Steve Aoki: 3/10 Moondance: A Love Story in Five Acts: 3/12 Minnesota: 3/14 Anderson East & Foy Vance: 8 KEYCINCINNATI.COM
3/15 Subtronics Cyclops Invasion: 3/18 Eli Young Band: 3/21 Hippie Sabotage: 3/23 Band of Horses: 3/26 Andrew Santino: 3/27 Small Town Murder: 3/28 CINCINNATI BALLET COMPANY 1555 Central Parkway Cincinnati, OH 45214 513-621-5219 Director’s Cut: 3/19-3/21 Family Series: Snow White: 3/28-4/5 CINCINNATI CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 105 West 4th St. Suite 314 Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-723-1182 CCO2GO | CCO at Pride of Cincinnati Dance Ensemble: 3/21-3/22 CCO2GO | CCO and Taft: Global Passport: 3/22 CINCINNATI FIRE MUSEUM 315 West Court Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-621-5553
March CINCINNATI CYCLONES Heritage Bank Center vs. Wings: 3/4 vs. Komets: 3/6 vs. Walleye: 3/7
americUS: 3/1-3/8 Destiny of Desire: 3/1-3/28 Actually: 3/21-3/31 CINCINNATI POPS ORCHESTRA 1241 Elm Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 General Information: 513621-1919 or Box Office: 513381-3300 American Originals: The Cincinnati Sound: 3/7-3/8 CINCINNATI SHAKESPEARE COMPANY 719 Race Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-381-2273 Pride and Prejudice: 3/1-3/28
CINCINNATI MUSEUM CTR. 1301 Western Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45203 513-287-7000 Junior League of Cincinnati: Making a Difference for 100 Years: now to 6/1/20 Maya: The Exhibition: opens 3/14
CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 1241 Elm Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 General Information: 513621-1919 or Box Office: 513381-3300 Beethoven Akademie 1808: 3/1 Classical Roots 2020: 3/6 Handel In Rome: The Delirium of Love: 3/13-3/14 Manny and Mozart: 3/27-3/28
CINCINNATI PLAYHOUSE IN THE PARK 962 Mt. Adams Circle Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-3888 (Box Office)
CINCINNATI ZOO 3400 Vine Street Cincinnati, OH 45220 513-281-4700 Penguin Days: 3/1-3/13
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CONTEMPORARY ARTS CTR. 44 E. 6th St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-345-8400 Sandra Cinto: 1/1-7/24 Vhils: 2/21-7/6 Kahlil Robert Irving: 3/1-7/20
HOLLYWOOD CASINO 777 Hollywood Blvd. Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025 888-274-6797 Little River Band: 3/7 Vince Neil of Motley Crue: 3/28
ENSEMBLE THEATRE CINCINNATI 1127 Vine St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-3555 Pipeline: 3/7-4/4
KROHN CONSERVATORY 1501 Eden Park Drive Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-4086 Bloom & Grow: 3/1-3/8 Butterflies of Bali: 3/21-6/21
FC CINCINNATI Nippert Stadium vs. D.C. United: 3/14 vs. Toronto FC: 3/21
MILLER GALLERY 2715 Erie Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45208 513-871-4420 Sculptural Emergence: The Forms and Vessels of Mark Chatterley: 2/27-3/28
GO BANANAS COMEDY CLUB 8410 Market Place Lane Cincinnati, OH 45242 513-984-9288 Amy Miller: 3/5-3/8 Pete Lee: 3/12-3/15 Kelsey Cook: 3/19-3/22 Sean Patton: 3/26-3/29 HEBREW UNION COLLEGE: SKIRBALL MUSEUM 3101 Clifton Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45220 513-221-1875 Archie Rand: Sixty Paintings from the Bible: 2/18-6/28 HERITAGE BANK CENTER 100 Broadway Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-4111 Cheersport: 3/8 Winter Jam 2020: 3/14 Disney on Ice Roadtrip Adventures: 3/19-3/22 Monster Jam Triple Threat Series: 3/28-3/29
NEW RIFF DISTILLERY 24 Distillery Way Newport, KY 41073 859-261-7433 Bourbon and Bootleggers: 3/14 Blend: 3/15 Cocktails and Conversations: Intentions: 3/19 NEWPORT AQUARIUM 1 Aquarium Way Newport, KY 41071 Wedding Show: 3/5 TAFT MUSEUM OF ART 316 Pike St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-241-0343 Journey to Freedom: Art Quilts by Cynthia Lockhart: 12/13-3/15/20 N.C. Wyeth: New Perspectives: 2/8-5/3
TAFT THEATER 317 E. 5th St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-232-6220 Annie Jr.: 2/29-3/8 Ms. Lauren Hill: 3/10 Hari Kondabolu: 3/11 Whisky Myers: 3/12 Tommy Emmanuel: 3/13 Dermot Kennedy: 3/14 Lucky Chops: 3/18 The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds: 3/19 Tab Benoit: 3/26 Dave Simonett: 3/27 Letterkenny Live!: 3/28 Bill Maher: 3/29 Colin Hay: 3/31 UC COLLEGECONSERVATORY OF MUSIC W. Corry St. and Jefferson Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45221 513-556-4183 The Secret Garden: 3/5-3/8 Transmigration 2020: 3/113/13 WATER TOWER FINE WINES 6136 Campus Lane Mount Washington, OH 513-231-WINE A Saturday Well-Spent: 3/7 WESTON ART GALLERY 650 Walnut St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-977-4165 Todd Pavlisko: Pop Supernatural: 2/7-4/5
Conventions & Special Events Cincinnati Fishing Expo Sharonville Convention Center 11355 Chester Road Cincinnati, OH 3/1
Cincinnati Winter Beerfest 2020 Duke Energy Convention Center 525 Elm St. Cincinnati, OH 3/6-3/7
C&E Gun Show Sharonville Convention Center 11355 Chester Road Cincinnati, OH 3/7-3/8 Cincinnati International Wine Festival 2020 Duke Energy Convention Center 525 Elm St. Cincinnati, OH 3/13-3/14 Jurassic Quest 2020 Duke Energy Convention Center 525 Elm St. Cincinnati, OH 3/13-3/15 Triple Crown Doll Club Sharonville Convention Center 11355 Chester Road Cincinnati, OH 3/14 HorrorHound Weekend Sharonville Convention Center 11355 Chester Road Cincinnati, OH 3/20-3/22 Greater Cincinnati Home Expo Sharonville Convention Center 11355 Chester Road Cincinnati, OH 3/27-3/29
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Archie Rand, The Sacrifice of Isaac, acrylic and marker on canvas, 1992. Private Collection.
Archie Rand: Sixty Paintings from the Bible
he Skirball Museum on the historic Cincinnati campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion invites you to visit its current exhibition, Archie Rand: Sixty Paintings from the Bible. Internationally celebrated artist and Jewish scholar Archie Rand brings a unique blend of expressionistic comic book style and loosely painting imagery rendered in loud, colorful tones to familiar stories from the Hebrew Bible. These visually stunning and thoughtful works are at the same time irreverent and serious, adding fresh perspectives to narratives that have shaped Western civilization. In conceiving this series, Rand turned to two disparate sources: the language of comic books replete with speech bubbles and prints by the somewhat forgotten seventeenth-century Swissborn engraver Matthäus Merian. In the case of a well-known story from Genesis, The Sacrifice of
Isaac, Rand’s interpretation derives humor from distress. Prepared to sacrifice Isaac at the request of God, Abraham holds a knife. An angel bathed in gold hovers in a cloud above the distraught father. Leaning forward, Abraham shouts out “I’m here!” in a desperate effort to catch the angel’s attention, with the dialogue emphasized by large capital letters, an exclamation and double underlining. Rand described the canvases in the series as “old friends of mine and they tip the balance in my art.” He went on to remark that “there’s nothing irreligious about these pictures. I mean, it’s exactly what’s going on, but they’re painted in such a way that they become available.” The exhibition continues through June 28, 2020.
Art Beyond Boundaries Gallery presents ‘Crushing Daffodils’
rushing daffodils is one of two Spring themed exhibits presented by Art Beyond Boundaries this year, which will run from March 27, 2020 to May 8, 2020. This exhibit celebrates the beginning of a new year in the historic Over-The-Rhine arts district on Main Street. It will consist of an eclectic collection of paintings, drawings , photos and sculpture. The opening reception will be March 27, 2020, 6-9pm. Join us and enjoy lite bites, experience compelling original art and meet some of the artists who are featured in the exhibit.
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ltimate Air Shuttle will expand its rapidly growing public charter service from Lunken Airport (LUK), OH. on March 16, offering round-trip flights to and from Nashville via Nashville International Airport (BNA), TN. Ultimate Air will launch five-day-a-week service from LUK. Ultimate Air’s 30-seat Dornier 328 Jet and Embraer 135 Jet will fly Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The price for a round-trip ticket is $548 and a one-way ticket is $274. These ticket prices include all applicable taxes and fees. Ultimate Air Shuttle will offer a special $199.00 one-way fare for weekend travel. Tickets can be purchased at www.ultimateairshuttle.com or by calling 800437-3931, with 24-hour phone support. In addition to beginning service to Nashville, Ultimate Air Shuttle is expanding their service
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NICOLA’S 1420 Sycamore St. Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 513-721-6200 Chic venue presenting contemporary Italian cuisine in a warm space with exposed-brick walls. PRIME CINCINNATI 580 Walnut St., Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-579-0720 Known for its USDA Prime Steaks, exquisite cuisine, extensive wine selectionand outstanding service.
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STREET CITY PUB 580 Walnut St. Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 513-873-7529 Street City Pub offers authentic Irish fare in a pub atmosphere. Full bar with flatscreen TV’s displaying sporting events. SYMPHONY HOTEL & RESTAURANT 210 W. 14th St., Cincinnati, OH 45202 (513)721-3353 The Symphony Hotel and Restaurant offers 3, 4 and 5 course dining in the historic dining room. The lounge offers Scotch, bourbon, wine and port tasing on Friday and Saturdays.
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Central Dining CASA FIGUEROA 6112 Montgomery Rd.Cincinnati, OH 45213 513-631-3333 Casa Figueroa features Latin inspired cuisine with a thoughtful focus on regional, nonGMO, minimally processed seasonal ingredients of the highest quality. CHICKEN ON THE RUN 7255 Ohio Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45236 513-791-6577 Low-key haunt for burgers, sloppy joes & other hearty American eats, plus craft beer & sports on TV. MECKLENBURG GARDENS 302 E. University Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45219 513-221-5353 One of the treasures of historic Cincinnati, the restaurant and bier garten was established in 1865. Priding ourselves on our German heritage, Mecklenburg Gardens stays true to its roots, providing delectable German cuisine and Largers.
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RED FEATHER KITCHEN 3200 Madison Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45209 513-407-3631 A contemporary American farm to table restaurant located in the Oakley neighborhood of Greater Cincinnati. Offering an upscale casual dining experience with an emphasis on classic culinary techniques and slow, careful preparations. Enjoy forty wines by the glass, 200+ by the bottle, house made craft cocktails and a comprehensive list of micro-brewed beers. THE TURF CLUB 4618 Eastern Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45226 513-533-4222 A quirky joint doling out beers and jumbo burgers with adventurous toppings in a neonlit room. SEASONS 52 3819 Edwards Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45209 513-631-5252. A fresh grill and wine bar restaurant. Rotating menu of seasonal American dishes alongside international wines in an upscale setting.
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Kentucky Dining HOFBRAUHAUS 200 E. 3rd. St., Newport, KY 41071 859-491-7200 The first authentic Hofbräuhaus in America, modeled after the legendary 400+ year-old Hofbräuhaus in Munich, Germany! Guests are now able to enjoy many of the traditions from Germany that have made Hofbräuhaus famous. From the traditionally decorated rooms in the building to the beer that is brewed on-site, and of course the excellent German fare. POMPILIO’S 600 Washington Ave., Newport, KY 41071 859-581-3065 Pompilio’s has been serving the tri-state area home-cooked Italian meals for 80 consecutive years! RIVERFRONT PIZZA 617 W. 3rd St. Covington, KY 41011
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Northern Dining BROWN DOG CAFE 1000 Summit Place Blue Ash, OH 45242 513-794-1610 Chef Shawn and his culinary team proudly present an ever-changing, eclectic menu featuring sustainable Hawaiian fish, steaks, wild game, unique appetizers, vegetarian dishes, homemade pastas and desserts. MAGGIANO’S LITTLE ITALY 7875 Montgomery Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45236 Reservations: (513) 794-0670 Carryout: (513) 794-0676 Banquets: (513) 794-0672 Stop by Maggiano’s at Kenwood Towne Centre for season-fresh Italian food in Cincinnati, prepared by Chef Karl Lenz and inspired by Nonna’s traditional recipes. 26 KEYCINCINNATI.COM
THE ORIGINAL MONTGOMERY INN 9440 Montgomery Rd. Montgomery, OH 45242 513-791-3482 Cincinnati’s famous rib joint! WOODHOUSE KITCHEN + BAR 2629 Water Park Dr. Mason, OH 45040 513-466-8170 Executive Chef Matthew Schroeder has created a menu using the finest seasonal produce. Taking inspiration from around the world, dishes are prepared for sharing. Our menu reflects the passions of our community-farm-fresh foods, locally sourced & organic ingredients, and curiosity while maintaining a warm, inviting experience.
Shopping Guide APPOINTMENTS 441 Vine St. #20 Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-7430
Newport on the Levee 1 Levee Way Newport, KY 866-538-3359
Sycamore Crossing/Plaza 7800-7896 Montgomery Rd. Cincinnati, OH 877-225-5337
CINCY SHIRTS 1435 Main St. Cincinnati, OH 513-510-5774 2709 Observatory Ave. Cincinnati, OH 513-832-2125 295 W. Loveland Ave. Loveland, OH 45140 513-340-4373
Northgate Mall 9501 Colerain Avenue Cincinnati, OH 513-385-5600
Tri-County Mall 11700 Princeton Pike Cincinnati, OH 513-671-0120
Rookwood Pavilion 3805 Edwards Road Cincinnati, OH 513-241-5800
Voice of America Centre 7598 Voice of America Drive West Chester, OH 513-792-5000
EDDIE LANE’S DIAMOND SHOWROOM 9301 Montgomery Rd, Montgomery, OH 45242 513-793-4111 UPPER EDEN 1120 St. Gregory St, Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-1120 Deerfield Towne Center 5505 Deerfield Blvd. Deerfield, OH 513-770-0273 Eastgate Mall 4601 Eastgate Blvd Cincinnati, OH 513-752-2294 Florence Mall 2028 Mall Road Florence, KY 859-371-1231
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Area Art Galleries Art Beyond Boundaries 1410 Main St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-8726
Carl Solway Gallery 424 Findlay Street Cincinnati, OH 45214 513-621-0069
Gallery 708 708 Walnut Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-551-8171
The Carnegie 1028 Scott Blvd Covington, KY 41011 859-491-2030 DAAP Galleries 2624 Clifton Ave Cincinnati, OH 45221 513-556-2839 Gallery Veronique The Shops at Harperâ€™s Point 11324 Montgomery Road Cincinnati, OH 45249 513-530-5379 Kennedy Heights Art Center 6546 Montgomery Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45213 513-631-4278
Area Antique Shops Grand Antique Mall 9701 Reading Road Cincinnati, OH 513-554-1919
Bromwell’s 117 West Fourth Street Cincinnati, OH 513-621-0620
English Traditions Inc. 2041 Madison Rd. Cincinnati, OH 513-321-4730
Wooden Nickel Antiques 1410 Central Pkwy Cincinnati, OH 513-241-2985
The Antiques Warehouse Camp Washington Cincinnati, OH 513-319-5405
Ohio Valley Antique Mall 7285 Dixie Highway (Rte. 4) Fairfield, OH 513-874-7855
Ferguson’s Antique Mall 4939 Glenway Ave Cincinnati, OH 513-921-1111
Design Smith Gallery 1342 Main St. Cincinnati, OH 513- 403-2382
Riverside Centre Antique Mall 3742 Kellogg Ave. Cincinnati, OH 513-321-1430
Covered Bridge Antique Mall 7508 Hamilton Ave Cincinnati, OH 513- 521-5739
March Mayhem at Street City Pub Come join us for: • 3/1/20 FC Cincinnati Season Opener • $1 Wings & Kid’s Eat Free! • Official Pub Partner! • 3/17/20 St. Patty’s Day • 3/26/20 Red’s Opening Day Featuring: The Kick Hunger Campaign Supporting the FreeStore FoodBank All Month Long Participate by purchasing specific items increased by $1 for the charity