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UC Hoops Down the Toilet

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 15, 2006
I hope you do a follow-up story on how sad it is that UC didn't make the NCAA Tournament ("Hicks and Kennedy Brought Order to UC's Tumultuous Season," issue of March 8-14). And don't forget how the   

Black Privilege

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 8, 2006
Before Kathy Y. Wilson -- like some intellectually lazy, undisciplined, over-politicized high school sophomore -- again denounces something she calls white skin privilege ("Bullet and a Target," iss  

Suspects at WAIF

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 1, 2006
I would like to applaud CityBeat for the excellent story Watching at WAIF (issue of Feb. 22-28) and the details contained therein. WAIF-FM is a great organization; its programmers are all reasonable  

Bring Cincy up to Date

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Good God, can someone please see the value in what Portland and other cities are doing to make their cities more livable ("A City That Works," issue of Feb. 15-21)? We have great restaurants, bands   

Too Hard on Pornography, Prostitution

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 15, 2006
"Disappointed" would be the word I'd use to describe my reaction to Margo Pierce's article "When Lust Takes Over" (issue of Feb. 8-14). I could only groan as I saw the cover image, and everything in  

Not a Real Church

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 8, 2006
Your recent Porkopolis column (issue of Jan. 25-31) referred to Topeka's Westboro Baptist Church, infamous for its outrageously hateful picketing of gay people and gay funerals. When you mention the  

Flushing It Down the Toilet

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 1, 2006
I am so damn glad Kathy Y. Wilson took the time to tell Dante "Pretty Boy" Person what should be said to many, many more young punks in this city ("This Is for You, Pretty Boy," issue of Jan. 18-24)  

CityLink Doesn't Link

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 25, 2006
Regarding the article "CityLink Divides West End" (issue of Dec. 21-27), I live in Over-the-Rhine, I work at Procter and Gamble, and I love the city of Cincinnati. Three years ago, my wife and I dec  

Not Part of the Gang

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 18, 2006
Joseph-Beth Booksellers is an independent, hometown bookstore, not part of the "chain gang" as so coldly described in Living Out Loud ("The Chain Gangs," issue of Jan. 11-17). We proudly wear our in  

Talk About the Passion

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 11, 2006
What a great story about Northside, one man's passion and the idea that Northside can be saved ("Leaping into Buildings in a Single Bound," issue of Jan. 4). Thanks for bringing Brian Mueller to the   

Not Beyond Criticism

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 4, 2006
CityBeat readers are owed something a bit more perceptive -- and honest -- about the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center than Steve Ramos' ad hominem attack in Arts Beat ("Changing the Sign  

Raise Your Voice:2005 Editorials, Columns and

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 28, 2005
And so every December the magic appears from nowhere and everywhere, and before you know it you find yourself emerging from a cosmic car wash that's scrubbed away the year's grime, salt and bird poo  

Protect the Children

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 21, 2005
Make no mistake, based on Larry Gross' description in his Living Out Loud column ("A Slap in the Face," issue of Dec. 14-20), what he witnessed was a crime, possibly even a felony. How do I know? Si  

Thanks for Inspiration

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 14, 2005
I want to commend Margo Pierce for her outstanding article on ending emotional abuse ("Heart Attack," issue of Dec. 5-11). I also thank CityBeat for bringing attention to such an important and often  

More Art, Attention

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 7, 2005
Regarding the well-written article about the new art gallery in Brighton called Junior ("Of Art and Discourse," issue of Nov. 9-15), it's gratifying to see so much of what we at Manifest have been w