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Old News Is Good News

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 11, 2006
The recent news article about Serpent Mound ("History Mystery," issue of Oct. 4) incorrectly attributes to me the following quote: "Native Americans are different from the Hopewell, the Adena and th  

Regrettably in Hyde Park

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 4, 2006
I felt sad after reading last week's Living Out Loud column "Lost in Over-the-Rhine" (issue of Sept. 27). You see, I lived there for almost four years because I love the diversity there and consider  

Cincinnati and MPMF Rock

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 27, 2006
If any organization or group wants to see how to put on a great music festival, they should apprentice with the folks who put on MidPoint ("Five Alive," issue of Sept. 20). If any club owner wants t  

Signs on a Plane

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 20, 2006
To the writer of the Letter to the Editor "Obscene Fetus Photo" (issue of Sept. 6), thanks for the reminder. I had meant to ask the same question. When I was about 17 or 18, Larry Flynt sent out a   

We'll Be Back

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 13, 2006
It's only been a month since we've returned from New Orleans, but I'm ready to go back again. Margo Pierce's story about our trip ("Katrina Lives," issue of Sept. 6-12) pointed out that the devastat  

Reds Need to Accept Criticism

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 6, 2006
I don't know if Bill Peterson is referring to bloggers or radio call-in people or what ("Mystery Achievement: Reds Doing Better Than Critics Admit," issue of Aug. 23), but I suppose I'm one of Reds   

Can't Get Me; Woe Is You

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 30, 2006
I lived in Cincinnati last year for a little while before my employer transferred me to L.A. We have a great alternative paper out here, LA Weekly, but I got hooked on CityBeat and still follow it o  

Blackwell Churns Stomachs

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 23, 2006
Kudos to Lew Moores for his fittingly glowing article of Ohio "governor-elect" Ken Blackwell ("Finding Ken Blackwell," issue of Aug. 16). Reading it only underscores my disdain for the vilified mons  

We're Outta Here

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 16, 2006
My husband and I couldn't agree with more with Larry Gross' column, "Trashin' the 'Nati" (issue of Aug. 9). We've recently attended several events and, feeling energized, wanted to cap the evening w  

Wake up and Smell the Crime

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 9, 2006
In your recent article about the Hamilton County jail proposal ("The Politics of the Jail," issue of Aug. 2), reporter Kevin Osborne emphasized that violent criminals haven't been released early, bu  

Conquest? What conquest?

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 2, 2006
Please take seriously your responsibility to educate as well as entertain/inform. The recent article "On the Wrong Side in the Middle East" (issue of July 26) was highly biased and omitted some key   

Ethanol Won't Help Alone

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 26, 2006
I read with interest the article "Ethanol's Truth and Consequences" (issue of July 19) and have several comments. In 2005, the average daily consumption of crude oil in the U.S. was over 20 million  

Compassion, Not Revenge

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 19, 2006
I applaud your efforts in publishing the cover story "Making a Killing" (issue of July 12). It's so important to inform the public of the many issues that plague the application of the death penalty  

Writer Is Living in Parallel Universe

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Bill Banchy of Anderson Twp. wrote a Letter to the Editor criticizing a Tom Tomorrow cartoon ("Not Impressed with 'Hypocrisy'," issue of July 5), calling it a "hate-filled, mocking satire" and claim  

Getting Off on the 'Right Foot'

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 5, 2006
I'm a social worker in a building for elderly and disabled individuals. I was really thrilled with your article ("My Right Foot," issue of June 14-20) not only for the uplifting profiles but also the