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Meaning of Independence

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 28, 2006
America's cities and towns will soon fill with parades, fireworks and barbecues. They will be celebrating the Fourth of July, the 230th birthday of America. But one hopes that the speeches will cont  

Whose Free Speech Being Protected?

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Last week Larry Gross wrote in his Living Out Loud column about The Dixie Chicks ("Not Ready to Make Nice," issue of June 14-20), "Apparently, I don't know much about Country music and its audience   

Safe and Clean OTR for Everyone

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 14, 2006
Regarding the letter entitled "OTR Is a Struggle" (issue of June 7-13), Mike Morgan got it wrong when he said there is high vacancy rate in Section 8 property in Over-the-Rhine. In fact, the exact o  

Protecting the Church's Image

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 7, 2006
Thanks to Gregory Flannery for writing what many Catholics in this archdiocese have been thinking and saying for years ("Pilarczyk Himself Is the Biggest Scandal," issue of May 31-June 6). Our belov  

Artists Should Make Their Own Way

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 31, 2006
Unlike Stacey Recht Czar ("Supporting Individual Artists," issue of May 24-30), I have not grown tired of apologizing for anything to do with the sensational events connected with the 1990 CAC exhib  

A Citizen's Benefits and Responsibility

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 24, 2006
Interesting article about Angela Garcia ("When Should Propaganda Begin?," issue of May 17-23). I noticed something interesting, though: Isn't the Fairview German Language School that her child atten  

Thrill Is Gone at WAIF

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 17, 2006
Your recent foray into the realm of WAIF radio ("Naughty Stepchild," issue of May 3-9) seems to have raised a few officious hackles. Not surprising. Within the organization it has long been common k  

WAIF Must Know the Truth

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 10, 2006
The allegations in the CityBeat cover story about WAIF-FM ("Naughty Stepchild?," issue of May 3-9) are very serious, with possible catastrophic implications for the only community radio station in C  

Thanks for Being Green

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 3, 2006
I'm writing you on behalf of the Local Alliance of Nature and Development for Hamilton County (LAND-HC) and thanking you for the recent article on the University of Cincinnati's use of "green buildi  

The Killing Has to Stop

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 26, 2006
I just wanted to thank Gregory Flannery for the thoughtful editorial regarding Kabaka Oba's shooting ("Killing Kabaka Oba," issue of April 19-25). If anything, this tragic incident should finally br  

Everyone Wins With UC Change

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Bill Peterson's recent column on UC basketball ("Huggins, UC the Winner's in Coaching Carousel," issue of March 29-April 4) finally presents a rational, intelligent and somewhat complete picture of   

For Members Only

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Outrage over Timothy Thomas' death at the hands of Officer Stephen Roach ("Long Live the Rebellion," issue of April 5-11) morphed into frustration with what we all know but don't talk about. Take tw  

Fight Together for Change

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 5, 2006
I'm busting my ass to secure rights for all Americans, and here is this cat in your paper writing a letter to the editor ("Peace Out," issue of March 29-April 4) talking about black people looking o  

Setting the WAIF Record Straight

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 29, 2006
First, I´d like to thank you for exposing a bit of the goings on, which includes the in-studio cameras, at WAIF-FM radio (Watching at WAIF, issue of Feb. 22-28). I also want to thank you for al  

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Wasting Police Time and Money

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 22, 2006
Currently, Cincinnati's civil penalties for marijuana possession allow law enforcement to focus officers and resources on more serious concerns like hard drugs and violent crime. Councilman Cecil Th