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News: Rearranging the Books

Some library staff wary of big changes at Main Branch

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Books: Dawn Patrol

Cincinnati novelist is a creative multi-tasker

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 7, 2004
Coffee is an unnecessary additive to the frenetic energy of artistic everyman Nathan Singer, yet he partakes in refill after refill. He drinks it up, interspersing sips of java with gulps of wate  

Writer's Block

The Cincinnati Review to soften the void

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 23, 2004
After a release last year, local mystery writer JEFFREY MARKS is ready to bite the literary world again. This time though, he's taking on editing duties primarily for Criminal Appetites, a collectio  

Cover Story: Look Sharp!

Video and film transform and shape artist Jo Jackson and her fellow Beautiful Losers

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 10, 2004
Jo Jackson props herself up against a cascade of whimsical and austere skulls. The bright sky-blue background illuminates a colorful dichotomy to the scene. This is the canvas that Jackson has cre  

Cover Story: Tour of Duty

Wilson still trying to break the code of language

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 4, 2004
"The place where I come from is a small town/ They think so small/ They use small words But not me/ I'm smarter than that/ I worked it out I've been stretching my mouth/ To let those big wor  

Living Out Loud: : The Burden of Ex-Communication

Coping with the presence of a past relationship

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 21, 2004
Charlie was my answer to Sept. 11. Some people opted for duct tape. I went for sex. Feelings were forged, but Charlie essentially became my two-month long one-night stand. He was designed from a s  

Events: Spiritual Appreciation

Vatican exhibition traces impact of religion on art

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 31, 2003
It's unsettling to hear Monsignor Roberto Zagnoli referred to as "Sugar Bob." It's a touch disrespectful, even for the non-religious like me. But Stacy F. King, president and chief executive  

News: Rare Opportunity

New program seeks to collect HIV/AIDS data in Over-the-Rhine

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 12, 2003
Over-the-Rhine is under observation again, but this time it's not media scrutiny into the politics of race or redevelopment. The Rapid Assessment, Response and Evaluation (RARE) Project -- a gov  

Whirlygig: 101: Out on the Town

Halloween treats and sexy costumes scare up an eventful weekend

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 5, 2003
A Thin Line Between Lovers and Friends When a guy and girl are best friends and hang out nearly every night they're free, sooner or later one of them begins to question whether or not to take the  

Whirlygig: 100: Out on the Town

Tall Stacks docks with cool musical acts and the people swarm en masse

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 22, 2003
Tall Stacks: Five Days of Peace, Love and Understanding I attended a couple of days of Tall Stacks last week with the intention of taking photos of some of the acts that performed and maybe so