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Living Out Loud: : Manners for an Appetizer

"Smile, William"

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 3, 2007
Let me make one point very clear: Because you have money doesn't mean you have class. No sooner than I started the job, I ended it, couldn't give the customary two weeks' notice before I said my goo  

Living Out Loud: : William, Your Life is Calling

Seeing is believing

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 4, 2006
On Sept. 7 I turned 29 years old. This is the last year of my 20s, and I thank the good Lord for allowing me to see one more year. My 20s have been a pain in my narrow ass, yet I have learned a lo  

News: Loving Your Gay Children

PFLAG helps families deal with 'coming out'

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 3, 2004
How are parents supposed to react when their children announce they're gay? Some ask themselves where they went wrong. Others end their relationships with their children altogether. Parents and   

News: Going Straight

Some see the benefits of choice, others menace in sexual-conversion ministry

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 24, 2003
If individuals desire to "leave" homosexuality, what's wrong with helping them do it? To hear Jerry Armelli describe the work of Prodigal Ministries -- a religious program offering sexual re-o  

3145 Van Buren Ave.

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Address: 3145 Van Buren Ave., Avondale Owner: Edna Plater Market value: $41,200 Year built: 1890 Comments: This charming Irish green house was a beautiful residence when Edna Plater oc  

Cover Story: No Place Like Home

The Washington Park you never hear about

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 20, 2003
All the right people describe Washington Park as a place off limits to decent folks. To hear consultants and civic improvement types tell it, the park is a campground for Cincinnati's indigents  

Events: A Work of Art

Kathy Wade and Dionne Warwick invite everyone to the 'hood

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 30, 2003
For nearly a decade Kathy Wade has been on an artistic journey using her powerful voice and that of other Jazz singers to raise funds that will expand horizons for kids. On Saturday at the Music H  

News: M&Ms to Save Your Soul

Offbeat fund-raiser benefits offbeat addiction program

4 Comments · Wednesday, July 9, 2003
Traffic intersections and highway exit ramps might be unusual places for selling candy, but little is typical about the Cincinnati Restoration Church. Dozens of people affiliated with the church  

News: From A to Zeh

Pioneer, prisoner, publisher: activist won't give up

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 11, 2003
After leaving a party one night a few years ago in Washington, D.C., John Zeh boarded the wrong bus. When he got off the bus, he fell into the street. The bus driver didn't see him, and the bus r  

News: The Pace of Change

A life of turmoil was the foundation for Renaissance House

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 28, 2003
Five years ago Robert Pace saw the need for transitional housing in Cincinnati, a place where men who are addicted, homeless or mentally disabled could rehabilitate and move toward independence.