The WU — April 4-6

The WU — April 4-6

The WU –– April 4-6



There’s so much going on this weekend, it was really hard to decide on this week’s picks. Have a good one, folks!





WAAM! This batman-like acronym stands for writers, actors, artists and musicians, and refers to Newport’s brand-new First Friday event. Start off your evening at Gallerie Zaum for the opening of “Smart as a Tack,” print art by David Wischer.Then continue down the strip through various participating venues (you can get the list at Gallerie Zaum). 6-10 p.m. 811 Monmouth St. Newport, KY, 41071. Free. Info: 859-441-3838.






MUSE, Cincinnati’s all-women choir, celebrates its 25th anniversary with its famous (12th) New Spirituals Concert. Premiering the song “Hope Come True” by Dr. Rosephanye Powell. Grammy-nominated vocalist Linda Tillery will also be performing. 8 p.m. House of Joy 5910 Hamilton Avenue, 45224. $25 (sliding scale). Concert repeats Sunday at 3 p.m.






Feel like you’re turning Japanese? You may if you attend the Japanese Tea Concert at Essencha! This event closes out their Taste of Asia series, which traveled from China to India and now ends in Japan. Offerings include a tea tasting of many high-grade Japanese teas, a full menu of Japanese foods, and live Japanese music by the trio Nakama. These concerts always sell out, so RSVP early! 3:30-5:30, Essencha Tea House, 3212 Madison Road, 45209. 513-533-4832. $25 or $40/couple.






Saturday, step into spring with Kama Salsa’s new beginner’s salsa session at 11 a.m. at 1018 Delta in Mt. Lookout. $65 for six-week session, $15/individual class. Please wear comfy clothes and leather-soled shoes.