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News: Learning How to Struggle

Activists sharing skills, planning strategies for the resistance

0 Comments · Thursday, August 8, 2002
Corporations became powerful through careful organization -- and that's what it will take to bring them to heel. A group of Cincinnati activists are receiving training through Students Transform  

1310 Bowman Ave.

0 Comments · Thursday, August 8, 2002
Address: 1310 Bowman Ave.,Lower Price Hill Owner: James Paul and Patricia Sue Collins of Harrison Year Built: 1883 Value: $16,300 in 2001, down from $20,500 in 1998, according to the Hami  

News: Prison for Art's Sake

Photographer won't answer judge, won't be freed

0 Comments · Thursday, August 1, 2002
If photographer Thomas Condon believed he was getting out of prison this week, he had every reason to think so. When a judge had Condon hauled halfway across the state from a prison in Caldwell fo  

News: Right to Boycott

Arts group assailed for pressuring civil rights activists

0 Comments · Thursday, July 25, 2002
If the Cincinnati Arts Association (CAA) is worried about finding performers to fill its venues because of the civil rights boycott, the group can turn to its own lawyer, Edward Marks, a capable ent  

News: Priests in Love

Marriage means union -- and separation

0 Comments · Thursday, July 18, 2002
If God is love and the Catholic Church is about bringing people closer to God, why is it bad for a priest to fall in love? The continuing child abuse scandal in the church leaves many Catholics a  

News: Making it 'HIP' to Stay

New loan programs could stem the exodus from Hamilton County

0 Comments · Thursday, July 11, 2002
The new houses rising in former Warren County cornfields can look awfully tempting to Hamilton County homeowners. The U.S. Census illustrates the drawing power of suburbia. Hamilton County's pop  

News: Luken Names Civilian Complaint Authority

Police booster, CIA agent's daughter and former probation officer included

0 Comments · Thursday, July 4, 2002
Cincinnati Mayor Charles Luken has named his appointees to the new Civilian Complaint Authority. Formed as part of the collaborative agreement settling a lawsuit over racial profiling by the Cincin  

News: The Art of Survival

Thomas Condon gives a snapshot of prison life

0 Comments · Thursday, July 4, 2002
The trick to withstanding confinement in prison is to not let it jail your creativity, according to photographer Thomas Condon. Since April, when Condon began serving a 30-month prison term for   

2119 Central Ave., West End

0 Comments · Thursday, July 4, 2002
Address: 2119 Central Ave., West End Owner: Anthony Henderson ofWest Chester Year Built: 1875 Value: $8,000 in 2001, according to the Hamilton County Auditor's office Comments: Anthony Hender  

News: It Takes a State

Volunteers across Ohio help students improve their reading

0 Comments · Thursday, June 27, 2002
If you can read this sentence, you can help a child succeed. When Gov. Bob Taft first established the OhioReads program, his goal was to find 20,000 volunteers to help students improve their read