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Learning to Use the Phone

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 5, 2006
Three voice mail messages -- WOO HOO! Yes, it seems a bit much to get excited about, but there's a reason. Not long before getting those messages the news staff at CityBeat was once again pondering  

That Unwelcome Feeling

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 14, 2006
Here at CityBeat, we almost never cover press conferences hosted by the Cincinnati Police Department. That's because we almost never know when the police will hold a press conference. But it's not   

Merging Forces in Housing Effort

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 7, 2006
With Over-the-Rhine undergoing pressures caused not only by persistent problems with violent crime but also a push by corporate leaders to develop upscale housing near Music Hall, two longtime neigh  

Lubricants Are a Blessing, Not a Crime

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 31, 2006
Doctors -- oncologists, gynecologists and even sex therapists -- have a hard time talking about sex with their patients. They know the mechanics, but they're used to focusing on a disease or a probl  

Homeless Teens Turned Into Writers

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 24, 2006
Even though the girls are exhausted after a long day at school, they get together for two hours on Monday afternoon to listen to poetry and enjoy a snack before calling up their creativity to write   

No Way to Kill a Dog

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 10, 2006
Ohio can now lay claim to the longest execution on record in the United States, thanks to the long, slow killing of Joseph Lewis Clark, age 57, on May 2. The executioners took 25 minutes to insert   

Tough Is Not Enough

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 3, 2006
Nobody wants crime in their community, not even advocates for unpopular social causes. "People who commit serious violent crimes ought to be held accountable, and we don't want those people running  

Not Just Classrooms

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 26, 2006
Despite problems with declining student enrollment and sluggish test scores, Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) is garnering praise from at least one prominent education group. The Coalition for Commu  

Equal Rights and Pot

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 19, 2006
It will come as no surprise that the religious right is more effectively organized than potheads. Two efforts are underway to put referendums on the ballot to change laws recently passed by Cincinn  

Death by the Numbers

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 5, 2006
If the air bags in one out of 10 cars were defective, a recall of vehicles would be expected, even demanded. This is an example of intolerance toward unnecessary loss of human life cited by Gary Bee  

Finishing Touches

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 15, 2006
Four years and counting: The residents of Rockford Woods are "cautiously optimistic" about the city's latest proposal to finish developing their 2001 CiTiRAMA neighborhood. Matt Appenzeller, a resi  

Peace Talks

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 8, 2006
Physical violence is something people understand -- hitting that results in a black eye or a broken bone. But "violent communication" results in more than a few quizzical looks, according to Jeff Br  

Liberty's Loss Lamented

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 1, 2006
Liberty, like God, is frequently used on both sides of an argument. But both sides can't be right, according to Robert Garmong, senior writer for the Ayn Rand Institute (  

Not a Proper Victim

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Property flipping can be legal or illegal, depending on the circumstances. The legal kind -- purchasing a run-down house, rehabbing it with updates that add value and reselling it for a higher price  

Jailing the Poor

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 15, 2006
Stacking the deck against the underprivileged isn't something any public official admits, but that's what happens in Hamilton County when a poor person winds up in the criminal justice system. It's