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Living Out Loud: : Copping a New Attitude

Who would've thought it would actually feel good to be proven wrong

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 2, 2004
Last August my friends and I held a shindig at my brother's residence in Corryville to celebrate a friend's 20th birthday. The party continued into the wee hours. No complaints from neighbors about  

News: Nu-Blend, Nu-Build, Nu-Hope

An offbeat nonprofit builds opportunities

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 24, 2003
Dr. Judith Allen holds up a picture of a homeless man with what she calls a "Bart Simpson" lip: The upper lip is so swollen that it sticks out inches from the face farther than the lower lip. F  

News: It Takes a Neighborhood

Instead of waiting for the city, residents build

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 5, 2003

News: Cop Watcher Cleared

Videotape proves its worth, as activist is vindicated

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 15, 2003
A CopWatch volunteer's videocamera last week helped prove his innocence in court. After testimony by Jacob Crawford and the two Cincinnati Police officers who arrested him, Hamilton County Municipa  

Cover Story: You (Hiccup) Know...

Little-known facts about alcohol

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2003
· Methyphobia: The irrational fear of alcohol. Far more common is the fear of running out of alcohol, which frequently occurs before last call. · According to the indigenous Abipone people  

News: Abuse Claims Dog P&G

Animal rights activists demand changes in product testing

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 24, 2003
Spattered with fake blood and wearing prison stripes and dog masks, two protesters writhed in mock agony Sept. 17 on the sidewalk outside Procter & Gamble Plaza downtown. The graphic display cam  

News: The Persecution of Charles Li

Rallying support for an American political prisoner in China

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 10, 2003
A nationwide tour in support of Dr. Charles Li -- a U.S. citizen imprisoned by the Chinese government for practicing Falun Gong -- visited Cincinnati Aug. 30. Yeong-Ching Foo, Li's fiancée  

News: Workers Squeeze Grocery Giant

Teamsters and farmworkers unite to fight Kroger

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 2, 2003
Shareholders in the Kroger Co. met June 26 at Music Hall to discuss corporate profits and management changes, but outside protesters demanded the company pay attention to workers' needs. The Far  

Cover Story: Tortured for Meditation

UC professor opposes China's attempt to smash Falun Gong

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 25, 2003
Arrest and torture await Dr. Sunny Lu if she ever returns to China under its current regime. Her crimes are truthfulness, compassion and tolerance. Lu is a psychiatrist and assistant professor at  

News: Trying to Stop the Killing

Death penalty foes team up with organic farm

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 11, 2003
Sister Helen Prejean has accompanied three human beings she believes to be innocent to their state-sanctioned killings. For every Death Row inmate exonerated, eight are put to death, according t