The action of Hamilton, like its title character, was non-stop. Andy Blankenbuehler, who happens to be a Cincinnati native and a graduate of St. Xavier High School. But it began in with single gray-hued dog painted by collaborative street art group The London Police. They returned in to expand the mural across the entire side of the building and add a series of their bobble-headed lad illustrations. A pastel rosy sun peeks up from the corner, rising eternally. And last fall, thanks to Urban Blooms, the mural entered its third living stage: the bottom of the wall is now bordered by real plants.
The installation is fabricated by what Turner calls a custom system that agrees with the curves of the mural. Fourth and Scott streets, Covington, urbanblooms.
It was a great success, drawing an overall attendance of 2, DMH will partner with the selected winning team to make their idea into reality, culminating in an opening night premiere. In , Lionsgate Premiere released Marauders, his first Cincinnati-filmed movie.
In , Willis returned to the Queen City to shoot another bank heist-type film, Reprisal. The same production company as Marauders produced it. The film took place in Cincinnati and featured aerial shots of the city. Last August, Reprisal briefly played at the Esquire Theatre before fading from view. However, in September , Willis returned for the third time, this time to headline 10 Minutes Gone, about a man who loses his memory after a bank heist how original!
Jenkins knows how to compose characters within a frame. Every color, slant of light, music choice and angle feels carefully orchestrated to evoke the feeling needed. Plus, two actresses in the film have Cincinnati ties: year-old. Humans are losing their lust for large-scale interior expanses of clothing storefronts, food courts and play areas with quarter-machine rockets.
This change in consumer habits is possibly no more real — and ominous — than at the skeletal remains of the Forest Fair Mall aka Cincinnati Mills aka Cincinnati Mall. While it has gone by several names, the basically abandoned 2 million-square-foot, almost year-old structure is like an episode of Ghost Hunters meets Life After People meets The Walking Dead minus the zombies. Today, you can walk the darkened mall and marvel at the eerie shuttered shops, neon debris and empty Orange Julius stands with a gnawing nostalgia and the palpable unease that comes from entering desolate spaces that should be filled with people.
In the s, it was renamed Cincinnati Mills and sold a couple more times. As of , it has only a handful of tenants, including the flagship location of the thriving local Arcade Legacy chain. And while you may get chased out by a mall cop, it is a perfect place to take some achingly Vaporwave and supremely strange photos. With a purple and teal color scheme and cruise ship-meets-Dada Surrealism mobiles and light fixtures, it is of a very specific, very lost space and time in Midwestern American culture. Run by Cincinnatians Jim Jones and A.
Ron Hubbard, the Bald Move podcasting empire has amassed a large cult following with entertaining weekly podcasts. Generally focused on popular television shows as well as the occasional movie , the pair examines episodes week to week with a charming, fan-centric brand of nerd humor and insight. Bald Move began in with a focus on comics and gaming culture, but found its groove the following year when the hosts began dissecting TV favorites like Mad Men and The Walking Dead, soon catching fire with a wildly popular Breaking Bad pod.
Bald Move, baldmove. He chews out his tough-guy New York accent and, when Gotti ages, starts to look like a wax figure under his makeup. It screams out for life. But that all changed in when Cincinnati World Cinema began screening movies again in. Now called the Garfield Theatre, Cincinnati World Cinema has featured a similarly eclectic and esoteric mix of movies, screening everything from the critically acclaimed Oscar-nominated Japanese flick Shoplifters to the music documentary Bad Reputation, about Rock legend Joan Jett. The Garfield Theatre, Race St. Last year, the Cincinnati Art Museum devoted an exclusive gallery to the French-born artist Marcel Duchamp, who — along with Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse — is often hailed as one of the three greatest artists of the 20th-century.
And it has strong Cincinnati connections. It is. Prints Curator Kristin Spangenberg has dramatically placed it in the center of the room, under a giant see-through protective cover. Honestly: We love a graceful, body-posi hippo that can dance. Fiona Mural, Eighth and Main streets, Downtown. I left [Music Hall] glowing. Sacred Beast 3.
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