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News: Me, Myself and 'Oh, My!'

Students celebrate the art of self-love

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 28, 2003
Everybody does it, but Students Supporting Sexual Expression like to talk about it. The Third Annual Masturbation Celebration, held May 20 at the University of Cincinnati, featured games and lite  

News: Trivet Is Back

Store has a new location, but it's still the home of eccentricity

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 9, 2003
Downtown Cincinnati has lost many of the elements that once made it unique: the grand movie theaters; five and dime stores such as Newberry's, with the best caramel popcorn in the city. 917 Race  

News: Summa Cum Hard Knocks

Children's Defense Fund honors kids who beat the odds

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 26, 2003
A certain amount of pressure comes with attending high school: arriving on time, completing homework, yearning to be popular, choosing the perfect tuxedo or gown for prom. But when the last bell   

1407 Race St.

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 19, 2003
Address: 1407 Race St., Over-the-Rhine Owner: Lemuel Johnson Value: $32,000, according to theHamilton County Auditor's Office Year Built: 1900 Comments: This building has been vacant fo  

1658 Carll St., Fairmount

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 5, 2003
Address: 1658 Carll St., Fairmount Owner: Leo DeSouza Value: $30,300, according to the Hamilton County Auditor's Office Year Built: 1915 Comments: This is no longer the beautiful house   

News: Mr. Smith Goes to the Ghetto

Legislators take tour of social services

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 26, 2003
Cassandra Barham-Denton knows that if a person wants anything in life -- such as a general education diploma (GED) -- it takes hard work. "It took me three and a half years," she says. On Feb.  

News: Profilers R Us

But talking can help us stop

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 5, 2003
Most of the neighbors in East Walnut Hills liked Smitty, the teen entrepreneur who washed cars in his mentor's driveway to make cash. Some neighbors were uncomfortable, according to Scott Seidew