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Rise Up and Rule Yourself

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Margo Pierce, as she always does, wrote a fair and balanced (shades of the Fox Network) cover story, ¨Ruling Class (issue of April 23). She brought in three expert points of view -- Dan La Botz  

Irony in the State Legislature

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 16, 2008
On April 2, I went to Columbus to testify against HB 111, the latest bill regulating sex offenders under the auspices of ¨protecting our children (¨Destroying Families · Again, Porkopo  

Thank You for Presenting the Truth

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 9, 2008
Thank you for the ¨Bare-Bones Criminal Justice news article (issue of April 2). Im an educated black man from the East Coast and am very aware of the great divide between justice for the poor an  

Sheriff Leis' Way or the Highway

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 2, 2008
Our ever-petulant sheriff's statement in Joe Wessels column "One for All, All for One (issue of March 26) that "you have 50 or 60 (police) chiefs in this county sitting on their thumbs" indicates al  

Cintas Committed to Safety, Honesty

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Kevin Osborne's article "More Hazard Warnings" (issue of March 12) disregards the decades of commitment and effort that Cintas has invested in the well-being of our 34,000 "employee partners." Every  

Calling Mom

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 19, 2008
Regarding Larry Gross´ column "Kids Having Kids" (issue of March 12), I wanted to share that poor parenting is definately not limited to the young. I have worked in retail for 22 years, and I   

Say Something Nice ... or Else

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 12, 2008
I enjoyed Joe Wessels' column "Is Bill Cunningham Really One of Us?" (issue of March 5). Wessels' points are fair and well thought out. Usually CityBeat is so one sided on the liberal point of view  

Can't Forget Uncle Woody's

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 5, 2008
In last week's Swizzle guide to great bars in Greater Cincinnati, one of the city's true greats was inadvertently left out. Actually, due to an editing error we listed Uncle Woody's as having closed.  

Full of Life

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Just wanted to say thanks for the "Bear" column (Living Out Loud, issue of Feb. 20). I go into Madonna's sometimes and mostly keep to myself, but I knew him. Larry Gross is right: Bear was full of l  

Wasting Our Time

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 20, 2008
Clearly, the vast majority of citizens at city council's Feb. 12 Law and Public Safety Committee meeting were there to address the controversial issue of Patrick Caton's promotion to police sergeant  

Willie Unclear on the Facts

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 6, 2008
Regarding Bill Cunningham's absurd comment that the problems with the Hamilton County jail might lead to the early release of the so-called "Blue-Eyed Rapist" ("Si Leis Plays Bogeyman," issue of Jan  

Society to Blame

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 30, 2008
As a young librarian I feel compelled to respond to Larry Gross' Living Out Loud column "Shhhhh!" (issue of Jan. 16). While I do not work for the Cincinnati Public Library (CPL) system, I do fully un  

Help Save Cincinnati from the Politicians

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 23, 2008
I read your paper online from Texas. We happen to love the city of Cincinnati and its great people and had lived there for more than 40 years but could no longer bear to watch such a lovely place co  

Lack of Choice Isn't Good

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Many Hamilton County elected officials -- including Coroner, Engineer, judges, Prosecutor, Sheriff and County Commissioners -- will run unopposed in the March primary and November general election t  

Film Festival Here Could Be Doable

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 9, 2008
I almost couldn't believe it when I saw the cover story "Cincinnati Film Festival: Could It Work Here?" (issue of Jan. 2). Barely three years have past since the demise of the Cincinnati Internation