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Vol. 6 Issue 1 and John Fox

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0 Comments · Wednesday, November 3, 2004
Then: In 1999, CityBeat celebrated its fifth anniversary with an issue devoted to looking back over the first five years of publication. Writers chose their 12 favorite stories from 1994-99 to sha  

Rob Fetters

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0 Comments · Wednesday, October 20, 2004
Then: In 1997, CityBeat launched the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, a local version of the Tony and Grammy awards rolled into one. The first performers to be inducted into the CEA Hall of Fame w  

Cincinnati Film Commission

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0 Comments · Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Then: In 1995, CityBeat profiled the Cincinnati Film Commission and several local filmmakers who were working hard to keep the city on the celluloid map. Cincinnati had taken a major hit -- we'd   

Emery Center

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0 Comments · Wednesday, October 6, 2004
Then: In 1997, CityBeat looked into what was happening with the Emery Theatre, the historic building on Central Parkway that once housed the Ohio Mechanics Institute and a 1,600-seat, acoustical  

World's Longest Outdoor Sale

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0 Comments · Wednesday, September 22, 2004
Then: In 2001, CityBeat sent Brad King and Monte McCarter in search of America and Americana down US Route 127 during the World's Longest Outdoor Sale. The sale happens annually in August, touchi  

24-hour eateries

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0 Comments · Wednesday, September 15, 2004
Then: In 2001, CityBeat sent a team of roving, hungry reporters out on a late-night binge to check out 24-hour eateries in Greater Cincinnati. The team turned up five local (non-chain) all night d  

Steve Libbey

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0 Comments · Wednesday, September 1, 2004
Then: In the early 1990s, a wave of 'zines, both e- and paper variety, hit the Greater Cincinnati area. CityBeat profiled four of the publications in an article in 1995 -- one of which was Evil   

Camp Washington Chili

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0 Comments · Wednesday, August 25, 2004
Then: In 1998, Camp Washington Chili was getting ready for a big move. The venerable institution, which had called Hopple Street home for more than five decades, had finally met its match -- not i  

Delta Airlines

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0 Comments · Wednesday, August 18, 2004
Then: In 1995, Greater Cincinnatians were mumbling and grumbling about the alleged "monopoly" that Delta Airlines held over the Tristate area. CityBeat reported that despite rebuilding Terminal   

Microbreweries

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0 Comments · Wednesday, July 28, 2004
Then: In 1996, microbreweries were all the rage in Cincinnati. CityBeat profiled seven different brewpubs that had sprung up in the Queen City since the phenomenon took hold on the East and West c  

Brian O'Donnell

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0 Comments · Wednesday, July 21, 2004
Then: In 2000, Rick Pender talked to Brian O'Donnell, a familiar voice in Cincinnati radio who was in the unique position of working at two different non-commercial stations. O'Donnell had been   

Public Broadcasting

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0 Comments · Wednesday, July 14, 2004
Then: In 1995, the public broadcasting organizations in Greater Cincinnati were facing proposed federal budget cuts, much to the dismay of local station managers and the viewing and listening publ  

Scott Roberts: Oakley Drive-In

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0 Comments · Wednesday, June 23, 2004
Then: The Oakley Drive-In is the last of a dying breed. Steve Ramos covered the aging theater and its manager, Scott Roberts, in the summer of 1996. He found out that although running a drive-in  

Stenger's Cafe

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0 Comments · Wednesday, June 9, 2004
Then: In 1997, Jon Hughes did a photo essay of Stenger's Café on Vine Street in Over-the-Rhine. The café had been serving lunch for more than 63 years thanks to owner Leo Sunderman, who  

Panhandling

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0 Comments · Wednesday, May 26, 2004
Then: In 1998, CityBeat reported on the "aftermath" of a U.S. District Court decision to overturn the city ordinances that put severe limitations on panhandling. Katie Taft and Joe Sampson wrot