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Ghosts Stories Are History

Cincinnati ghosts provide many living (or undead) lessons

1 Comments · Wednesday, October 20, 2010
The Halloween season fills the imagination with ghostly images of spooks and specters. But what if Cincinnati’s dead can’t be confined to decrepit mansions and overgrown cemeteries? From former first ladies to bootleggers’ wives, the Queen City’s ghostliest legends are as colorful and varied as the historical landscape of the city itself.  

86 the CO2 ASAP

Reducing Greater Cincinnati’s massive carbon footprint

1 Comments · Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Notice the lights that are on. Look at the tiny blips of red or green on the cable box or the cell phone charger or the plugged-in laptop. Listen to the hum of a heater or air conditioner. Notice how you’re surrounded by items using electricity. Now think about everyone you know who’s also surrounded by the same items and all the people you don’t know who are surrounded by those same items. Think about how Greater Cincinnati garners its electricity from carbon-based fossil fuels like coal and natural gas.  

Springboro Haunted Hayride & Black Bog

6070 Springboro Road, Springboro

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Now in its 19th year, this perennial Halloween fave might be the only in the Tristate to warrant its own county directional sign — and with good reason. Split into two distinct attractions, it’s worth the countryside trek.  

Art: Who You Gonna Call?

Regional ghost hunters investigate bumps in the night

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Check out more information at the CityBeat ScaryBeat site, While Cincinnati thankfully has never been on the receiving end of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man's supernatural rampage a la Ghostbusters  

Cover Story: Studio 54, Where Are You?

Cincinnati searches for its next downtown scene

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 28, 2007
As a steadily increasing number of party-seekers are foregoing their old haunts in Over-the-Rhine in lieu of greener, admittedly safer-feeling pastures, there's a rumble downtown. Following the  

Cover Story: Welcome to The Soapbox District?

Entrepreneurs preach a new vision for West Fourth Street

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 28, 2007
    

Television and Radio: Guilty!

Court TV programming sours integrity with sensationalism

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 15, 2006
If you're one of the millions of Americans who can't get enough prime-time television programming about procedural justice, there are several permutations of the wildly successful Law & Order. I  

Television and Radio: 30-Day Turnaround

Morgan Spurlock's series raises issues at FX

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Think of Morgan Spurlock as the anti-Michael Moore. The friendly, handlebar mustachioed documentarian from West Virginia made waves in 2004 with an Oscar-nominated Super Size Me, which chronicled   

Television and Radio: 'Tooned In

Cartoon Network's Adult Swim delves into deeper waters

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 8, 2006
One of basic cable's top-rated crime-fighting programs doesn't feature police officers, judges or forensic scientists. In fact, it features three anthropomorphic fast-food products -- a giant mi