Brandon Diamond is wanted for Burglary. Officers say Brandon was banging on the victim’s apartment door and the victim told him to leave. However, he had made a duplicate key to her residence without her knowledge. He entered the victim’s apartment and took her cell phone without permission while the victim was upstairs with her child. Brandon Diamond is a male black, 28 years old, 5’7” tall, and 232 lbs. Brandon’s has an extensive criminal history that includes carrying a concealed weapon, firearm in a motor vehicle, and multiple drug related charges. He was last known to live on Roe Street in Madisonville.
A Chorus Line, November 8 to 16
Jarson Kaplan Theater at Aronoff Center for the Arts, 650 Walnut St.
Cincinnati Music Theater presents the Pulitzer Prize winning musical A CHORUS LINE through November 16. Set in an empty theatre, on a bare stage, casting for a new Broadway musical is almost complete. For 17 dancers, this audition is the chance of a lifetime. It's what they've worked for - with every drop of sweat, every hour of training, every day of their lives. It's the one opportunity to do what they've always dreamed -- to have the chance to dance in a Broadway show. The show is a fusion of dance, song and compelling human drama. It’s a musical for anyone who’s ever had a dream and put it all on the line. First appearing on Broadway in 1975.
For tickets, call 513. 621.2787 or visit the Aronoff Center Box Office at 650 Walnut Street
Make it Dinner and a Show with Palomino’s Pre-Theater Dinner
For $25 per person, enjoy a four-course meal before the show at Palomino at 505 Vine Street. Start with Bruschetta or French Onion Dip with flatbread followed by Portobello Mushroom Soup or Maytag Blue Cheese Salad, along with simply grilled Salmon, four cheese penne, or chicken parmesan. Dessert choices include tiramisu and warm chocolate cake.
Call 513-381-1300 for reservations
Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market – November 15 to 17
Duke Energy Convention Center, 525 Elm Street
Ready to get into the holiday spirit this season? Then visit the Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market at the Duke Energy Convention Center where you will find aisle upon aisle of unique, one-of-a-kind boutiques and specialty stores from around the greater Cincinnati area as well as out of state offering you an unparalleled selection of gourmet food, home décor, specialty clothing, personal accoutrements, and countless other wonderful items for a truly exceptional gift buying experience!
Seminars will be offered too. On November 15 at 1 pm, watch cookie decorating by the BonBonerie and at 4 pm learn why we mull our drinks by Colonel De from Findlay Market. On November 16 at 1pm learn about cake decorating from the Queen City Cake Decorating Club. On November 17 at noon learn how to make jam from the Jam and Jelly Lady.
Friday, November 15
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturday, November 16
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday, November 17
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
CITY FLEA SMALL MALL – November 17 from noon to 6 pm
21c MUSEUM HOTEL at 609 Walnut Street
32 of your favorite small businesses under one roof at the "Small Mall".
21c SHOP - DOWNTOWN - 609 WALNUT ST
ARTICLE - OTR - 1150 VINE ST (just opened in OTR)
ATOMIC NO 10 - OTR - 1306 MAIN ST
BROADHOPE ART COLLECTIVE - WESTWOOD - 3022 HARRISON AVE
BRUSH FACTORY - BRIGHTON - 2019 CENTRAL AVE
CAC STORE - DOWNTOWN - 44 E 6TH ST
CASABLANCA VINTAGE - NORTHSIDE - 3944 SPRING GROVE AVE
COFFEE EMPORIUM - OTR - 110 E CENTRAL PKWY
DANDY HABERDASHERY - PLEASANT RIDGE - 6030 RIDGE AVE
DISTRICT 78 - COVINGTON - 33 W PIKE ST
FERN STUDIO - COLLEGE HILL - 6040 HAMILTON AVE
FLOW FOR MEN - COVINGTON - 621 SCOTT BLVD
FRAMESHOP - OTR - 1317 MAIN ST
HI-BRED - E WALNUT HILLS - 2807 WOODBURN AVE
HINGE - WALNUT HILLS - 711 E MCMILLAN
HODESH - PLEASANT RIDGE - 6106 RIDGE AVE
INDIGENOUS - O'BRYONVILLE - 2010 MADISON RD
IT'S ONLY FAIR - NEWPORT - 911 MONMOUTH ST
LEFT COAST MODERN - DOWNTOWN - 323 W FOURTH ST
MiCA12/V - OTR - 1201 VINE ST
MUSTARD SEED BOUTIQUE - CLIFTON - 311 LUDLOW ST
NVISION - NORTHSIDE - 4577 HAMILTON AVE
PARK+VINE - OTR - 1202 MAIN ST
PARLOUR - E WALNUT HILLS - 2600 WOODBURN AVE
POWERHOUSE FACTORIES - NEWPORT - 33 E NINTH ST
ROCK PAPER SCISSORS - OTR - 1301 MAIN ST
SLOANE BOUTIQUE - OTR - 1216 VINE ST
THE SPOTTED GOOSE - OAKLEY - 3048 MADISON RD
STEAM WHISTLE LETTER PRESS - OTR - 1342 MAIN ST
STREETPOPS - OTR - 1437 MAIN ST
SUBSTANCE - OTR - 1435 MAIN ST / COLUMBUS - 783 N HIGH ST
TIGERTREE - COLUMBUS - 787 N HIGH ST
A Night in South America – December 4 at 6:30 pm
Boi Na Braza, 441 Vine Street
Enjoy this special tasting of wines from Concha Y Toro and a signature menu of appetizers from Boi Na Braza, a Brazilian steakhouse. $27 per person. Call 513.421.7111 to make a reservation.
Three Exhibits at Main Library, 800 Vine Street
The Book Art of Will Hillenbrand – to January 6, 2014
The Drummer Boy of Shiloh: Illustrated Sheet Music of the Civil War – to December 31
Navigating the River – to November 17
Select illustrations from local author and illustrator Will Hillenbrand will be on view through January 6, 2014 in the Main Library’s atrium. His beloved children’s books include such favorites as Kite Day, Mother Goose Picture Puzzles, and Sleep, Big Bear, Sleep.
Whether it was on the battlefield or on the homefront, music played an important part in the lives of people during the Civil War. Sheet music from this era is on display through December 31 at the Main Library in exhibition cases located in the Popular Library and next to the second and third-floor elevators in the South Building. “Drummer Boy of Shiloh” features vibrant chromolithographs on sheet music covers from 1861-85. Images and themes include Abraham Lincoln, African Americans, grand marches in honor of generals, tributes to Ulysses S. Grant, children of the battlefield, mothers of military sons, and patriotic tunes. Of special note are items related to Cincinnati, such as “Squirrel Hunter’s March” featuring the unfinished Roebling Suspension Bridge and “Cincinnati Rover Guards Quick Step.”
The Ohio and Mississippi rivers played a major role in the development of countless cities and towns along their banks. Not only were they used to transport much needed goods but brought many of our immigrant ancestors to their new homes. Even today, barges loaded with coal can be seen making their way along the Ohio. This exhibit features maps, charts and personal logs used to navigate these waters. Several charts were hand-drawn by the river pilots themselves, showing hazards like shoreline rocks and snags. The exhibit will be on view in the Cincinnati Room until November 17.
The Cake Boss – November 18 at 7:30 pm
Aronoff Center for the Arts
Aronoff Center for the Arts
March 12 11:30
Nick's American Cafe
248 South Miami Ave.
Cleves Ohio 45002
www.maps.google.com for directions