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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, September 12, 2002
Balls the Size of a Camel This time of year always seems like a good time to reconnect with girlfriends. It's hard to keep up with my girl pals during the summer with vacations and all, but after  

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, September 5, 2002
Catch and Release Summer is officially over since Labor Day is behind us and classes on most campuses have resumed, but Cincinnati weather is superb this time of year. It's my favorite season, in  

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, August 29, 2002
Dine Around Statistically, if you're going to have an auto accident, it'll be within a radius of 5 miles from your home -- and I believe it. I've had three in reverse in my driveway alone. My poi  

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, August 22, 2002
Edited by Rebecca Lomax Musical Chairs I'll try anything once. As they say, you only go around once, and if you do it right once is enough. This is how on Sunday night at 6:45 I found myself i  

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 14, 2002
Yellow Ball Tennis anyone? With the ATP gang in town, it was hard to ignore the call to the courts last week. It was a perfect weather week for almost anything, and the only thing better than swe  

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, August 8, 2002
Edited by Rebecca Lomax Culture Shock My friend Chris was back in town for the weekend, and he brought along his friend Chris. Chris No. 2 was born, raised and lived in the same town all his lif  

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, August 1, 2002
Edited by Rebecca Lomax 20/20 Vision As another birthday snuck up on me, this time rearing its head on a workday, so Saturday night was the time to celebrate. An impromptu gathering at Northside   

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, July 25, 2002
Edited By Rebecca Lomax Jungle Fever If it weren't so dry around here, I'd swear it was the jungle with the temperature in the 90s and the humidity dripping moisture. Face it: July and August mak  

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, July 18, 2002
Edited by Rebecca Lomax Heteroflexible Midweek I found myself doing some research over at Rockwood Commons for an upcoming French picnic. I hoped browsing through the Wild Oats deli and produc  

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, July 11, 2002
Edited by Rebecca Lomax Wedding Weekend One of the nicest things about living in Cincinnati is the ease with which you can leave it. My boyfriend and I left for a friend's wedding in Nashvill  

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, July 4, 2002
Edited by Rebecca Lomax Breaking Type Friday night turned out to be an impromptu trip to Riverbend for the Cincinnati Pops concert featuring Michael Feinstein. I wouldn't say the Pops are all th  

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, June 27, 2002
Edited by Rebecca Lomax The Three Gs The science of relationships is often as confusing as calculus -- a lot of calculations and a bit of mystery. I never gave up on calculus in college since it  

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, June 20, 2002
Edited by Rebecca Lomax The Recycling Drive Time-outs are great for kids who misbehave, but I find that a self-induced time-out is in order when you feel a little strung out and run down. Since  

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, June 13, 2002
Edited by Rebecca Lomax Speed Bumps "School's Out for Summer" should be blaring from the rooftops as all the area schools call it a year. Even though it's been a while since I felt that elation   

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Out on the Town

0 Comments · Thursday, June 6, 2002
Edited by Rebecca Lomax It Takes a Village Imagine my surprise when my phone rang and on the other end of the line was a live person. Even better was the fact that it wasn't a telemarketer tryi