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Considering WCPO's Paywall

2 Comments · Wednesday, February 19, 2014
WCPO.com installed its promised paywall for some online stories. The only question is, “Is it worth it?”  

Mahogany's: In the Dark

26 Comments · Wednesday, February 12, 2014
News of the recent financial woes dogging Mahogany’s co-owner Liz Rogers are not surprising, shocking or even new.  

A Fatter 'Enquirer' and More Media Musings

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Abandoning its historic and hardline anti-abortion stance, The Enquirer inadvertently demonstrated the case for evolution last Tuesday.
  

Black Codes From Above Ground

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Black History Month for those of us who’d like to see it just quietly fall off is like an antiquated social program that either needs drastic overhauling or burying.
  

'Guns & Ammo' Columnist Was Right — and Paid the Price

8 Comments · Wednesday, February 5, 2014
When a magazine’s troubles make it to the front page of the New York Times business section, it’s officially a media story.
  

Vaping

1 Comment · Wednesday, February 5, 2014
On September 22, 2013, around seven o’clock in the morning, I smoked my last Pall Mall cigarette. It was the last one in my pack and the last one I ever intended to inhale and exhale. I was going to give up tobacco for good.  

The Union

1 Comment · Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Just because Hillary Clinton is stalling her official announcement while her supporters scurry about amassing her campaign war chest does not mean the rest of us cannot see what is coming.
  

Panama Canal Centennial & More on Shield Laws

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 29, 2014
In the midst of all of the harumphing about this month’s chemical spill into a tributary of the Ohio River and the nine-county ban on tap water for days, NPR recorded a West Virginian saying, “Without water, we’re up a creek without a paddle.”
  

My Right Foot of Fury

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 22, 2014
I have always taken for granted simple things like balance, mobility, independence and 10 toes and, as a raging diabetic, I am particularly obsessed with my feet.  

Cincinnati vs. The World 01.22.2014

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Tea party activists and fiscal conservatives are securing seats on local school boards across the Tristate and taking their anger over big government and Obama out on tax levies and Common Core standards. CINCINNATI -1  

Industrial Pollutants and the Ohio River

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 22, 2014
The recent spill of the chemical MCHM in West Virginia recalled an era when our drinking water wasn’t so well protected from industrial pollutants. 
  

Avondale

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 15, 2014
It was 1989 and crack cocaine had all its black enthusiasts by the pipe; never more prevalent and obviously so than along the stretch of Burnett Avenue heading north toward its intersection with Rockdale Avenue.  

The Death of Diversity in U.S. Broadcast Ownership

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 15, 2014
How is it that minority ownership has been set back 40 years? To answer the question we will have to first look at successful regulatory efforts to stimulate diversity of broadcast ownership in the past, what changed and why.  

Worst Week Ever!: Jan. 1-7

4 Comments · Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Bill Nye to debate anti-science creationist, Chris Finney gets kicked out of law firm and more in the worst week ever.
  

Cincinnati vs. The World 01.08.2014

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 8, 2014
A new pilot program in New York City will use organic food waste to heat more than 5,000 homes as part of the city’s goal to reduce municipal greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent by 2017. WORLD +2