Saturday, September 04, 1999
GET TO IT
A guide to help make your day
Triple bill: Today at Firstar Center, it's Cher, Julio Iglesias Jr. and Michael McDonald, who has replaced Cyndi Lauper, 7:30 p.m.$25.25-$75.25. 562-4949.
Cabaret evening: Frank Klingensmith, cabaret star from Pittsburgh, joins Peggy Kennedy 9 p.m. today at the Cabaret in Over-the-Rhine. Followed by Andrew Smithson. $5. 665-9100.
Punk-O-Rama: Today at Bogart's (Corryville). Music by Bouncing Souls, H2O, US Bombs, Straight Faced and Union 13, 7 p.m. $10. 562-4949.
Big band dance: WSAI presents the Pete Wagner Band today at Coney Island's Moonlite Pavilion, 8 p.m.-midnight. $7. 241-6565.
Free fun: The WAKW Family Festival offers free music, food and rides for the family, 10 a.m.-dusk today, Butler County Fairgrounds. Christian concert with Anointed, Nichole Nordeman and Layton Howerton, 5:30 p.m. $1 to park. 542-9393.
Quilts and arts: Grailville's Quilt and Fiber Arts Show starts today, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and continues Sunday, with craft demonstrations, tours, lunch and displays. At Grailville in Loveland. $3. 683-2340.
Wash your dog: The League for Animal Welfare will give your dog a bath at the ninth annual Dog Wash, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Complete PetMart on Five Mile Road in Anderson Township (across from Beechmont Mall). All dogs must be on a leash. $7.
TV picks: Yes, he was The Greatest. NBC turns back the clock for When We Were Kings, a documentary about the 1974 heavyweight title bout in Zaire between champion George Foreman and underdog challenger Muhammad Ali (9-11 p.m., Channels 5, 22).
TV Critic John Kiesewetter also notes that NBC airs a National Geographic Explorer special (8 p.m., Channels 5, 22) with Matt Lauer to promote the show's move to CNBC from TBS. It features rattlesnakes, sharks and mountain climbing.
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Flaming ideas: Thinking about a new fireplace this winter? Or maybe just dressing one up a little? Call (800) 835-4323 for Hearthwarming, a free 86-page guide to hearth products from the publishers of Hearth & Home, Casual Decor and At Home magazines. The guide covers wood and gas stoves and fireplaces, pellet heaters, fireplace enclosures and accessory items.
Tickets go on sale: 10 a.m. today for Ekoostik Hookah, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 8 at Bogart's. $12 and $14. 562-4949.
A day away: Lace up your running shoes and get to the Cincinnati Zoo for the Cheetah Run, 8 a.m. (arrive by 7:15 a.m.) Sunday. There's a 2.5-mile course, Fun Run for kids and awards ceremony. $10 advance, $13 race day. 474-1399.
48 hours out: The Blue Ash Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Paul Stanbery, gives its annual free Labor Day concert, 6 p.m. at Blue Ash Towne Square. Dancers from Ballet Tech will accompany the orchestra. 891-5216.
72 hours 'til Tuesday: The Cecil Young Orchestra plays the final Tuesday Concerts in the Park, 7:30 p.m., Blue Ash Nature Park Amphitheatre. 745-8550.
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