CCM's 'Moveable Feast' returning|
The College-Conservatory of Music revives its hit "Moveable Feast" benefit on Jan. 31 with mini-performances (20 minutes) and mini-noshing all over the University of Cincinnati complex.
Enquirer's Feb. 9 'Footlights' will be cabaret at Carol's
The Cincinnati Enquirer's next Footlights event will be the Shakin' the Winter Blues Away Cabaret and Show Tune Sing-along on Feb. 9 at Plush, upstairs at Carol's (825 Main St.)
Dance Notes: Year of bravos, anniversaries
Before we move on to pressing business facing the local dance community this year, here are a few bravos to shout.
DAUGHERTY: 45 brings calls for wisdom
Forty-five is neither here nor there. When you're 45, you're too old to be young and too young for the hotel discount.
Roosters rule the roost at White house
Who: Dave and Sally White of Middletown display about 1,500 rooster-related items, including figurines, salt and pepper shakers, a cookie jar, dishes, needlepoint pieces, toys, candles and jigsaw puzzles.
Talkin' up the power of art
Not that he lies or anything, but most people just roll their eyes when Robert O'Neal promises: "I'm doing too much. I'm going to slow down really soon."
Life is good now for Bake-Off 'veteran'
A year ago, Cindy Schmuelling was ecstatic about competing for $1 million in the Pillsbury Bake-Off. But she was also understandably worried about undergoing cancer surgery later in the year.
KENDRICK: Specialized conferences can educate, energize
Whether you're a person with a disability, a caregiver, advocate or professional, there's nothing like the occasional energy and information gleaned from a single-focus conference.
MARTIN: Are you a food snob or slob?
In truth, we all fall somewhere between the pretentious gourmand and low-brow feeder. But in case you're not sure where you (or your friends) stand, here are some sure signs.
Fast-food wars whittle burgers to just a buck
Where to eat this week for $1:
Serve it this week: Swiss chard
History: Noted vegetable book author Elizabeth Schneider writes in Vegetables from Amaranth to Zucchini (Morrow; $60) that, "after 25 years of futile probing,'' she can find no reason why chard is called "Swiss chard.''