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Take Control of Your Health

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 2, 2008
As a holistic chiropractor and a longtime consumer of alternative health services, I take issue with several of the author's points in the Road to Wellness column "Choosing an Alternative Practition  

Letters: Voices of the Year

Excerpts from 2007 editorials, columns and letters

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 26, 2007
This might seem trivial in light of the serious problems facing this city, but with the passing of James Brown -- who recorded his most famous music here in the Queen City at King Records, not to m  

Crudely Insensitive

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Although a healthy skepticism in the field of psychic phenomena is usually appropriate, to cynically equate psychics with psychosis (Gregory Flannery´s ¨Psychotic Festival,¨ issue of   

He's a Lonely Old Soul

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 12, 2007
(Re: "He's Always There" post on CityBeat's Living Out Loud blog about seeing the same older man every time the writer is in a certain bar.) I find myself doing this also from time to time, looking   

Hormone Spurt

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 5, 2007
(Re: "FOP Campaign Focuses on Sheriff's Patrols" post on CityBeat's Porkopolis blog.) Officer Don Meece's email reads like it was written by a 12-year-old boy having a spurt of hormones. In a real   

Back at the Drawing Board

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 28, 2007
(Re: "Afraid to Monitor Leis?" post on CityBeat's Porkopolis blog in which Hamilton County Commissioner Pat DeWine says his fellow commissioners are afraid to properly exercise their oversight of ho  

Larry Is Odd

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 20, 2007
In Larry Gross' "Thinking of Patti Deutsch" column (issue of Nov. 14), I enjoyed how he blended those noisy kids outside of his building while thinking about an old game show panelist. Kind of odd b  

Hitchcock Better ThanImagined

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 14, 2007
(Re: "Testify: How Was Robyn Hitchcock?" post on CityBeat's Spill It blog about Hitchcock's show last week at the Southgate House.) He was awesome. Of course! First time my wife and I had seen him   

Thanks for Giving Me Hope

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 7, 2007
Perfect timing to read Larry Gross' Living Out Loud column this week ("Love Will Keep Us Together," issue of Oct. 24). My 17-year-old son moved in with me about two years ago, and in reading about G  

It's All About Sports

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 24, 2007
First off, let me say that I tend to really enjoy Larry Gross' slice-of-life columns, even if they do revolve around Madonna's. His column about the unwelcome Cubs fans does make a good point in reg  

Supporting Music and Musicians

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 10, 2007
(Re: "What Is Music Worth?" post on CityBeat's Spill It blog about Radiohead's experiment with releasing their new album on the Web only and asking fans to pay whatever they want.) Pretty fascinatin  

Ohio's Justice System Flawed

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 3, 2007
After reading the article "Law Group: Stop the Killing" (issue of Sept. 26), I think that one thing is clear to people on both sides of the death penalty issue: Something needs to be done about the   

GOP: Money and Racism

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 26, 2007
In the recent article "Money and Politics" (issue of Sept. 19), I found the attack by Councilwoman Leslie Ghiz on the Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) and the upcoming levy issue to be completely in   

Turn Wishes into Reality

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Congratulations to John Fox on a brilliant piece of writing about the state of our local arts ("How the Arts Saved Cincinnati," issue of Aug. 29). Not only imaginative, but written with great wit --  

Violence Begets Violence

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 12, 2007
In response to "Home Is Where the Hurt Is" (issue of Sept. 5), it concerns me to see domestic violence separated out from the bigger picture with barely a nod given to societal and political causes.