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Editor's note: Nix Comics' Ken Eppstein curates and edits this weekly feature that highlights local cartoonists in six-strip runs. To be considered for future installments, you can email Ken at or hit him up on Twitter @nixcomics.

In a sense, the premise of Victor Dandridge’s run on Sketch in the City is utterly preposterous. Between writing, drawing, publishing, teaching at local schools and traveling to conferences across the country, I don’t see how the guy ever sleeps. —Ken Eppstein

Featuring: all-star game stuff, some bands, Nic Cage.

Lydia Loveless set to be the subject of the new documentary from filmmaker Gorman Bechard

Including throwback cocktails, 1955 pricing and menu classics

Wolf's Ridge opens its new taproom Friday

Posted by Nicholas Dekker

Enjoy 20 WR beers on tap, plus bar snacks 

Concert review: Miranda Lambert revels in playing the outlaw at Nationwide Arena

Short North catch-all venue hits the road, before a planned April reopening

Including a Saturday-morning-cartoon-inspired art show and the living internet meme rap group Turquoise Jeep

"You just can't fight sleep"

In recent years, I've learned to not hate the Oscars quite as much by trying to think of them as what they are: industry awards, not artistic awards. They are (literally) self-congratulatory and typically a pretty poor representation of the year in film, but here they are. And here are some thoughts.