What’s Up Cincinnati

What’s Up Cincinnati

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Hi everyone, hope you had a good weekend, despite the blizzard! Here’s the week’s picks!




What better way to complement a good dinner than great music? Tonight, treat yourself to fantastic Chinese food and the soothing sounds of the Dan Martinez trio! 7 p.m. Pacific Moon on The Levee , Newport. 859-261-6666



OK, it’s not technically “hump day,” but that’s not a reason to deprive yourself! City Cellars hosts a wine tasting with light food. It makes the work week go by just that much faster. 5:30-7:30 p.m. 908 Race St. Downtown. $6. Reservations recommended. Call 513-621-9463 or email Brian@citycellars.biz.



Learn about the artistic expressions of Faith in Judaism, Islam and Christianity, the three Abrahamic religions, in this informative program: Sacred Spaces Through the Ages. 6-7:45 p.m. Cincinnati Art Museum, 953 Eden Park Drive, 45202. $16.



David L Parker, an occupational physician who advocates for child laborers through photography and books, presents a lecture based around his book “Before Their Time: The World of Child Labor,” in which his photographs show youth working away their childhoods in garbage dumps, quarries and sweatshops. Conference Room C, NIOSH Hamilton Laboratories,  5555 Ridge Avenue, 45213. For more information, email Tania: carreota@ucmail.uc.edu or visit: www.childlaborphotographs.com.





Tuesday, a new beginner’s salsa session begins at 7 p.m. at 1018 Delta in Mt. Lookout – learn those funky dance moves! $65 for six-week session, $15/individual class. Please wear comfy clothes and leather-soled shoes.



Recurring Events


Wednesday: Like learning about other cultures? Check out STIR, an international happy hour which brings people from all over the city (and the world) together for free food, drink specials, and interesting conversation! Great for both social and business networking. 6-9 p.m. at The Wine Cellar1101 Saint Gregory St. 45202. 513-241-9009.