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Church Must Come Clean

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 10, 2005
I just wanted to let you know that I really appreciated the recent cover story on Richard Strunck ("Sins of the Father," issue of July 20-26). It was, of course, shocking and horrible. I was glad to  

Winburn Is a Demagogue

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 3, 2005
I'm writing in response to the article by Stephanie Dunlap on the Rev. Charles Winburn ("Winburn's Revival," issue of July 27-Aug. 2), which highlights the problem of religious demagoguery in the Tr  

Truth About Priest Abuse Must Be Told

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 27, 2005
A friend forwarded your cover story ("Sins of the Father," issue of July 20-26) to me, and I am compelled to write in response. First, I want to compliment you on your excellent writing. People don'  

Keep Remind-ing Us of Options

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 20, 2005
Thanks for the harsh but useful critique of the plan for I-75 ("Highway to Hell," issue of July 13-19). I and other elected officials who serve as unpaid trustees of OKI, the regional transportation  

Survival of Ideology at Stake

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 6, 2005
Last week President Bush stood in front of a nation where, according to a report in The Washington Post, nearly three-quarters of its people say the number of casualties in Iraq has not been a price  

Memories of Refugees in Kosovo

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 29, 2005
As the International Services Director for the local Red Cross, I was really excited to see and then read the recent cover story "Refugees No More" in CityBeat (issue of June 22-28). I have contact   

Get a Clue Real Soon

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 22, 2005
Regarding the editorial "Hyde Park Living" (issue of June 15-21), nobody could have written it better than Kathy Y. Wilson! Lord how I miss her! I reside in Madisonville, and I hear about so many d  

Racism Is Against Our Ideals

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 15, 2005
In reference to your cover story "What's After Article 12?" (issue of June 8-14), I was happy to read Gary Wright of Citizens to Restore Fairness mention the deep, dark secret in the Cincinnati gay c  

Unhappy with Plan for Square

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 8, 2005
The present design of Fountain Square was much lauded when it was built. Its beauty is in the interesting architecture, the fine quality of polished stone, different construction materials, the vari  

Stairway to Nothing

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 1, 2005
Regarding the arguments made about the potential demolition of the Art Academy's Eden Park building in the recent article by Margo Pierce ("No Place Like Home," issue of May 18-24): 1. Cincinnati A  

Are Some Happy With UC's Decline?

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 25, 2005
I'm not a big fan of UC's basketball team, but the cutting down of a good coach and teacher grates on me ("Thuggish Basketball Program Bogs Down UC's Larger Mission," issue of May 18-24). His delaye  

Choice Is Threatened

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 18, 2005
Your article on the pending statewide ban on abortions ("Brinkman Vs. Roe," issue of May 11-17) absolutely frightens me to death. Every year I hear more and more about how legislation is going to de  

Don't Stoop to GOP Level

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 11, 2005
In his Puttin' Out the Bone column ("The Right Words Are Essential to Conservative Power," issue of May 4-10), Jene Galvin points to the fact that Democrats are starting to catch on to the power beh  

Homeowners Let Emotions Rule

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 4, 2005
The article "Wary About CiTiRAMA" (issue of April 27-May 3) contains assertions that were not thoroughly investigated and consequently inaccurately reported. As the founders and presenters of CiTiRA  

A Fond Farewell to Kaldi's

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 27, 2005
I'm no longer living in Cincinnati, but I just found out that Kaldi's Coffeehouse has closed and felt a need to write what seems like a letter of condolence. I lived in Over-the-Rhine after moving f