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Education for Women Has Come a Ways

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Congratulations on the annual Women's Issue ("Equal in Name Only," issue of May 9). That story about fathers and daughters ("Her Heart Belongs to Daddy") certainly puts the Freud in fatherhood. The  

Spend Time on the Square

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 9, 2007
Regarding Phil Weintraub's letter "Downtown Needs New Ideas, New Direction" (issue of April 25), I find it ironic that he would make an assessment of Fountain Square based on one photograph. He does  

Smackers Unite!

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 2, 2007
I was pleased to read Gregory Flannery's cover story "Why We Smoke" (issue of April 18). I too am part of a persecuted minority of Ohioans: I like to invade people's personal space, whether they lik  

Health Care Parity Just a Dream?

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 25, 2007
Thanks to Kevin Osborne for informing us of the plight of working people who can't afford health insurance and/or their medications ("Maddening Expenses," issue of April 18). And kudos to Christine   

Smokers, Beware

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Thanks to Gregory Flannery for a fascinating and beautifully crafted piece ("Why We Smoke," issue of April 11) about the "bright side" of smoking, which is ironically its darkest aspect: the pleasur  

Message at the Crossroads

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 11, 2007
Once again I'm dismayed that CityBeat readers have chosen Crossroads Community Church and its pastor, Brian Tome, as the best church and religious leader the area has to offer (Best of Cincinnati, i  

Thank God for Gray

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 4, 2007
Thank you for Stephanie Dunlap's column "Main Street Coming and Going" (issue of March 21). It's the most honest assessment I've read of why someone chooses, in spite of its problems, to live in Ove  

The Bengals Respond

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 28, 2007
In the summer of 1995, the Bengals made a decision with profound ramifications for this community. Faced with the opportunity to move to Baltimore, the team said no and worked to get new stadiums fo  

Business Is Business

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Why should it be shocking that Mike Brown and the Cincinnati Bengals ("Prevent Defense," issue of March 14) exaggerated the deal they were getting from Baltimore? This kind of thing happens all the   

Vaccine Work in Progress

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Margo Pierce's subhead to the article "Controversial Medicine" is an inaccurate title: "Should girls be forced to get cervical cancer vaccine?" (issue of March 7). The vaccine is against the human p  

Thanks for the Post Memories

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 7, 2007
Regarding the two letters in your Feb. 28 issue that were in response to your very worthwhile feature on the history and future prospects of The Cincinnati Post ("Dim the Light," issue of Feb. 21):   

Let's Take a Chance, Post

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 28, 2007
As a UC student in 1981, I attended a seminar in which Cincinnati Enquirer Executive Editor George Blake -- bright, bold and arrogant -- bluntly said he would kill The Cincinnati Post if Gannett wou  

Don't Speak Ill of the City

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Regarding the letter "Can't Figure Us Out" (issue of Jan. 31), the writer implies that people residing in Cincinnati can't recognize things that are wrong in the city. I see things wrong with Cincinn  

Support the Troops, Bring Them Home

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 14, 2007
I enjoyed the article "Together Against War" (issue of Jan. 31) about U.S. soldiers wanting a withdrawal from Iraq. I believe that President Bush and Congress should end the war and give the soldier  

Don't Take the People's Stairs

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 7, 2007
I read the CityBeat article about 15 households that were holding a set of public steps hostage ("Controlling the Stairs," issue of Jan. 31) and City Councilwoman Leslie Ghiz, who was going along wi