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Cover Story: Need to Be 'Traditional' Will Lessen in the New Millennium

But Don't Hold Your Breath

0 Comments · Thursday, June 3, 1999
Are women in 1999 still defining themselves by the accomplishments or occupations of their spouses or partners? CityBeat got heated response from both sides.Some say it is a "sexist" question that   

News: Stuck on Needle Exchange Programs

Despite state health department support, Cincinnati shows no movement on HIV-prevention programs that involve handing out needles

1 Comments · Thursday, May 27, 1999
The Ohio Department of Health has recognized needle exchange programs as successful in preventing AIDS, but Cincinnati officials don't share that mindset. On May 15, Ken Vail, a Cleveland reside  

News: Roselawn Battles 'Perception Problem' as Demographics Shift, Businesses Close

0 Comments · Thursday, May 27, 1999
The Roselawn Community Council is shaping preliminary plans to change its business district to accommodate the community's "transformed population." "At one point, Roselawn was about 90 percent Jewi  

News: More Than a Pit Stop

To some, Cincinnati is but a stop on the way to popular summer vacation spots, though tourism experts say the city has a certain draw

0 Comments · Thursday, May 20, 1999
Fish, roller coasters, musical festivals and professional sports are among Cincinnati's trappings for tourists. But experts say more people would prefer to sun on a real beach than zoom down wate  

News: Student Activities Office Investigates Suicide at UC Fraternity House

0 Comments · Thursday, May 20, 1999
Four months after a drug-related suicide at a University of Cincinnati (UC) fraternity, the council that oversees fraternities and sororities has begun investigating the death and alleged drug use  

News: A Summer of Sundays

Corryville council, police and city officials ponder $145,000 plan to keep the peace in Eden Park and on Short Vine

0 Comments · Thursday, May 13, 1999
Lamont Taylor knows that summer is coming to Corryville. "The crowd has returned...," says Taylor, Corryville Community Council president. "As it gets closer to them getting out of school in   

News: Skyline Tries Smoke-Free Day as Non-smoking Restaurant Trend Grows

0 Comments · Thursday, May 13, 1999
The only thing smoking Thursday inside Skyline restaurants in Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus will be the coneys. The Skyline Chili Corp. has agreed to go smoke-free for a day in all 32 company-ow  

News: Strong Mayor Divides

Baptist Ministers say NAACP's support for Issue 4 failed to represent the African-American community, but black opposition evident at polls anyway

0 Comments · Thursday, May 6, 1999
In addition to changing the way Cincinnati is governed, Issue 4, passed May 4 by the voters, has left a rift in the African-American community, which some leaders say won't go away overnight.   

News: UC Survey Measures Students Who Lie About AIDS

0 Comments · Thursday, May 6, 1999
Are college students still likely to lie about their HIV status? Ralph Meyer, a University of Cincinnati biology professor wants to know. Last year, his general education class' Annual Survey of S  

News: 'Because I Wanted To'

Saying it's his prerogative, Yates defends his decision to mail Issue 4 ballot language to voters before council approved funds

0 Comments · Thursday, April 29, 1999
Council member candidate Pat Dewine says he had never gotten any mail from Councilman Tyrone Yates until an envelope from Yates arrived carrying the ballot language for Issue 4 -- before council