A crispy looking jersey and the fact that the Bearcats are NCAA
Tournament-bound pleased nearly all Ohioans, though Gov. John Kasich was
reportedly quite crestfallen to learn that the lack of numbers on the
jerseys shown at the unveiling was because they were prototypes and not
the result of cuts in education funding.
Residents of The Lakes of West
Chester Village apartment complex will soon face $200 fines if Summit
Management Services proves they’re not picking up after their dogs that shit
everywhere. By using its “Poo Prints” DNA program, the owners hope to identify
the culprits and put a stop to the problem.
Jill Haney, owner of Cincinnati-based JH Image Consulting, wrote a column in today’s Business section of The Enquirer
that was very helpful for professionals of all ages! Titled “Try to
restrain your use of !!!,” the piece explains that when communicating in
the business world it is not wise to end sentences with exclamation
Recording artist Whitney Houston might
have abruptly died last week during preparations for the Grammy Awards,
but the real tragedy was the news overshadowing both the show and the
most important industry news of the week — Beyonce and Jay-Z giving the
media pictures of their baby for the first time.
A recent Enquirer story leaves out the fact that the Mormon church
outlawed polygamy all the way back in 1890, prohibited black people from
priesthood until 1978 and reportedly only overturned it once senior
church members found out that the New Orleans Jazz would be moving to
Salt Lake City.
People usually ask for autographs from
people they are huge fans of, or people whose signatures they can sell
for some quick cash. That’s why Rep. Jean Schmidt (R-Miami Twp.) asking
President Barack Obama for an autograph seems kind of weird. After all,
Schmidt supports the assertion that Obama was born inside some foreign
The Enquirer’s Cliff Radel
informed readers today that not all of the historical lore out there
about the devastating Ohio River flood of 1937 is true. Apparently, it’s
not really true that houses floated down the river and came to rest
elsewhere completely intact, despite many tales told by locals over the
Satanists everywhere rejoiced today as
the New England Patriots thrashed the Denver Broncos 45-10 in AFC
Playoff action. A spokesperson for the Church of Satan noted that Denver
quarterback Tim Tebow’s total passing yards this week was so low “you’d
probably find something about it in the book of Genesis.”
Cincinnati native Barry Larkin was
elected to baseball’s Hall of Fame today. After playing for the Reds
from 1986-2004, Larkin’s acceptance into the Hall of Fame cements his
legacy as one of the best to ever play the game.
According to police, approximately 215
hunters registered in Indian Hill have killed 209 deer so far this
deer-hunting season. Hunters registered in the village must pass a
background check and complete a hunter safety course in order to be
allowed to shoot deer in the village.
Cincinnati City Council in 2011 saw councilpersons resigning, replacements immediately campaigning and, eventually, the ousting of four incumbents in favor of young people and Democrats. Here's the year in City Council as reported by WWE!
Rev. Pat Robertson’s think tank was
working overtime early this morning, trying to substantiate links
between the power outages which delayed last night’s Pittsburgh Steelers
game in Candlestick Park against the San Francisco 49ers and God’s
In the Clifton redevelopment stategy, National retailers Great Clips,
Firehouse Subs and Dibella’s Old Fashioned Submarines will lease some of
the 80,000 feet of retail space. Opening two more places to get subs
within a quarter mile of Quizno’s, Jimmy John’s and Potbelly doesn’t
seem like the wisest thing to do.
believe the temperature on Kepler-22b is about 72 degrees, making it the
best candidate yet for life beyond our solar system. NASA still needs
to confirm that the planet has an atmosphere, in which case the next
step would be to send some robots there to eradicate anything found
living in case it could hurt us.