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Cover Story: The Clinton Campaign Legacy

Local women discuss the Clinton effect and how women win in politics

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
It's happened in Israel, India, Ireland and England. It's even happened in Liberia, the Philippines, Indonesia and Chile. But in the United States, a country where women make up a majority of t  

Cover Story: Riding the Wave of Change

Wulsin says her profession and her gender have informed her candidacy

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
I knew Democratic congressional candidate Victoria Wulsin was a woman of many talents, so I didn't bat an eyelash when she drew a picture during our interview. On a scrap of paper in her Anderson  

Cover Story: Kentucky Woman

Art meets feminism through the Kentucky Foundation for Women

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
In Northern Kentucky, a number of women struggle to realize their dream of sharing their art and instigating change within their community. The Kentucky Foundation for Women (KFW) hopes to shepher  

Cover Story: Babies at Risk

Minority preemie and mortality rates a question of access and education, but there is help

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
Every time a woman gets pregnant, a piece of her community's future sits precariously between her hipbones. Her quality of life during pregnancy can set her child up for disease, disability, ear  

Cover Story: Connecting the Dots

Making the world a better place one leader at a time

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
What question lies at the heart of your work? Mary Pierce Brosmer, founder of Women Writing for (a) Change, posed this idea to a group recently as keynote speaker for the Woman's Leadership Symposiu  

Cover Story: Restricted Access

How legislation, moral views and pricing are changing the availability of birth control locally

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
Since the Supreme Court has yet to reverse Roe v. Wade, ladies, it's still your body and it's still your choice. And whether or not you choose to pop the pill, wear the patch or regret it the morni  

Cover Story: Women by the Numbers

It's not all good in Ohio and Kentucky

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
Ohio and Kentucky are near mirror images in the political and economic status of their women. Though we've made gains, we still have some catching up to do. Women make up just over half of both st  

Cover Story: Where to Eat

250 great restaurants in Greater Cincinnati

1 Comment · Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Asian Amarin Flavor: Amarin is friendly, delicious and a great value. The Thai Jade Noodle is the the most flavorful spinach pasta we've ever tasted. Better yet is the duck, a boneless duck   

Cover Story: Dining Guide 2008

Your table is ready

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Quick link: 250 great restaurants Quick link: 12 great tables Quick link: Updates on local restaurant chefs/owners Welcome to the 2008 "Where to Eat" Dining Guide, CityBeat's annual spri  

Cover Story: Look Who's (Still) Eating

Chefs and restaurant owners provide updates

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 30, 2008
David Cook Owner/Chef, Daveed's at 934 934 Hatch St., Mount Adams, 513-721-2665 David Cook is always up to something interesting at Daveed's, his cutting-edge Mount Adams bistro. Lately  

Cover Story: Ruling Class

How Corporate Power and Money Control Cincinnati... or Not

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Everyone has heard about the smoke-filled room crammed with rich -- sometimes just powerful but always white -- men hunkered down over a table bickering and dickering over how to manipulate indiv  

Cover Story: Unplug, Rethink and Simplify Your Life

10 ways you can make the world a greener place

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 16, 2008
As the Earth's feedback loop of consumerism, waste and environmental disaster moans louder, it's easy to feel like giving up. The talking heads relate tales of melting ice caps and dying speci  

Cover Story: The $26 Billion Question

Presidential candidates need to address Great Lakes clean up

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 16, 2008
John Austin of the Brookings Institution says that if the government spends $26 billion cleaning up the Great Lakes the economic benefit to America will be $80 billion to $100 billion. Austin was t  

Cover Story: Get Green in Greater Cincinnati

The Green Guide

1 Comment · Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Recycling Hamilton County Recycles The Hamilton County Department of Environmental Services offers news and information on local recycling programs. If you have waste materials and you're no  

Cover Story: The Next Step

The Oxford International Film Festival grows up quickly

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 9, 2008
A brief search courtesy of the Internet Movie Database gives readers a sketch of the historic highlights of the Sundance Film Festival, which assumed that name in 1991, although its first incarn