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Time to Stop the Drugs

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 20, 2005
Regarding your story on the barricade erected on the edge of Over-the-Rhine ("To the Barricades," issue of March 9-15) and the question posed by Marvin Butts about why he wasn't told about it, "Is i  

Gun Safety Is Common Sense

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 13, 2005
After reading "Armed and Next to Us" (issue of April 6-12), I was reminded again of how we are a nation of diverse cultures and how unaware we are of each other's cultures. I grew up in rural Pennsy  

Keep on Puffing

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 6, 2005
Ohio was on the forefront of the first Prohibition, and now it appears it's again repeating history ("Butt Out," issue of Feb. 23-March 1). In pressing their case for a statewide ban, the anti-smoki  

Library Can Have My Dime

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 30, 2005
In "Reading, Writing and Reece's Arithmetic" (Porkopolis, issue of March 23-29), Gregory Flannery is right about the inconsistency of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County barring MTV  

Risk Jail to Heal the Sick

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 23, 2005
Regarding the issue of medical marijuana use ("Care for Sick," Letters, issue of March 9-15), it might also be important to know where the Bible stands on the cannabis issue because of the brainwash  

Speak up About New Law

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 9, 2005
I'd like to thank you for Margo Pierce's article about State Sen. Robert Hagan's medical marijuana bill ("Toking the Cure," issue of March 2-8). According to polls, 80 percent of Ohioans support acc  

Mind If I Yell Next to You?

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 2, 2005
The proposed smoking ban in Cincinnati ("Butt Out," issue of Feb. 23-March 1) has already passed in sister cities like Columbus and recently went into effect as the last mutterings of debate died do  

Missing My Weekly Dose

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 23, 2005
Like the letter-writer in last week's paper, I miss Your Negro Tour Guide ("Tour Will Be Missed," issue of Feb. 16-22). I miss being nudged or catapulted -- depending on the subject matter -- out o  

You're Better Than That

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 16, 2005
I was surprised and disappointed when I read Swizzle, your recent "Locals' Guide to Bars and Clubs" (issue of Feb. 2-8). You glaringly omitted one of the hottest new destination spots on the East si  

Facts Come After the Fact

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 9, 2005
I recently obtained a copy of your recent article "Chief Problem" (issue of Jan. 26-Feb. 1). I have to admit I was very amused by the cartoon drawing. There are a few things that you need to know,   

Say No to 'See and Spray'

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 2, 2005
I'd like to praise the outstanding job Margo Pierce did with the article "Dangers of Grass" (issue of Jan. 26-Feb. 1)   

You're the Solution

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 19, 2005
I thank Donna Covrett for featuring the heartbeat of our city in "Knitting Us Together" (issue of Jan. 5-11). Civic engagement is the heartbeat of any city and pumps vital energy along its vast and   

County Must Pay Its Share for Buses

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 12, 2005
All of Hamilton County must contribute to the county bus system, not just Cincinnati (Porkopolis, issue of Jan. 5-11). This year's city subsidy is about $38 million; most of the rest came from the f  

Bold Journey

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 5, 2005
I was in Clifton today patronizing the Esquire movie theater. As I left the theater, I bumped into a casual acquaintance of mine from Cincinnati. This fellow seemed amazed to see me. "What are you d  

Voice Overs: Excerpts from letters and editorials in 2004

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 29, 2004
Donna Covrett's analogy of ordering a up a mate like fast food on a menu is priceless, because it exemplifies today's "I gotta have it yesterday," "make it easier for me" attitude that many of us se