The opening strains of Moonbow's debut album, The End of Time, draw you in like the first hill of a monster roller coaster. The off-tune violin and rustic guitar hint of something yet-to-come; and once the drums and bass kick-in, you're over that first big hill, screaming with a combination of thrill and terror. You're gravity's prisoner now, so you best just hold on tight and enjoy the ride.
Rock Paper Scissorsis an art supply and local-music record store coming to Over-The-Rhine in September.
Local artists Adam Petersen and Lindsay Nehls from The Marburg Collective have teamed up with Alisha Budkie of Smartfish Studio & Sustainable Supply to create a shop in the heart of the community (1301 Main Street) that will offer a selection of art supplies, designed to suit the needs of art students, local small businesses, and working and commercial artists. They will also devote a large section of the store to locally-made materials and tools, including handmade charcoals, inks, books, and bags.
Kiki Magazine is a publication for girls who love life, appreciate creativity, and recognize good ideas. Contributors to the magazine are professional women with a wide range of disciplines. Each issue of the magazine offers seven separate "departments" that blend style and artistry with knowledge and creativity.
On July 27 Kiki Magazine is sponsoring Kiki Live! an all-day workshop for girls ages 8-14 who want to build self-confidence and creativity through fashion design. The workshop, which will be held at Seven Hills School, features unique sessions and activities developed to entertain, enrich, and empower.