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Diner: Be Messy, Be 'Mary'

Food is just the beginning at Hamburger Mary's

0 Comments · Thursday, September 26, 2002
Looking for color in downtown dining? Hamburger Mary's is the Crayola 96-pack. "Eat ... Drink ... and Be Mary!" is the restaurant's mantra. The drinking and "Mary-making" are what matters here. The  

Music: Lovemaking Permitted

It's all 'pleasant company' for Louisville/Chicago Indie band Shipping News

0 Comments · Thursday, September 19, 2002
For Avant Rock trio Shipping News, music and travel are inseparable. Geographically split between Jason Noble (bass, keyboards) and Kyle Crabtree (drums) in Louisville and Jeff Mueller (guitar) in  

Cover Story: Birth of a Philanthropist

NKU student learns about the trials and passions of nonprofit work

0 Comments · Thursday, September 19, 2002
When she signed up for Strategies of Persuasion last fall, Jill Johannigman had no idea a little classroom persuasion would impact so many lives, including her own. The course was part of a pilot  

Diner: Saucy Secrets

Chateau Pomije soothes post-test stress

0 Comments · Thursday, September 5, 2002
I'd forgotten how unnerving standardized tests are. Feeling somewhat discombobulated after answering "D: Answer cannot be determined by the information given" to an extensive number of math question  

Diner: Pizza on the Hill

Gusto fights for a cure to the Mount Adams munchies

0 Comments · Thursday, August 1, 2002
Michael and Cami Groeschen have a smart idea in Gusto, their four-month-old pizza parlor under the roof of what once was Cherrington's Restaurant in Mount Adams. Offering casual Italian fare with fa  

Diner: Simple Pleasures

Myra's Dionysus offers worldly flavors that feel like home

0 Comments · Thursday, July 4, 2002
The longest-standing vegetarian joint in Clifton and the first in the city to offer Mediterranean food, Myra's Dionysus is a cozy Clifton haven of wholesome ethnic flavor and lots of love. Despite e  

Locals Only: : Snake Punching Contest

Local Rock trio benefit from a three-cornered approach to songwriting and an uncornered sound

0 Comments · Thursday, July 4, 2002
Fed up with the inexplicable predominance of local cover bands, uninterested in genre labels and only mildly amused at sonic comparisons, local Rock trio Snake Punching Contest (SPC) prefer to pun  

Locals Only: : Cari Clara

Cincinnati newcomer wants to be heard and not seen

0 Comments · Thursday, May 30, 2002
There's a new face in town, but if you see it, you won't know. Not yet, at least. Cari Clara wants to reinstall the element of mystery to music, which he feels has been lost. The 27-year-old si  

Cover Story: The Mother of All Miracles

Jackie Gruer lives a midwife's dream

0 Comments · Thursday, May 9, 2002
At the very source of female power is the power of birth. Like goddess/protectors of an ancient rite, modern midwives represent female power incarnate. With strong hands, silver hair and a throat  

Pearline turn the Blues upside down to reveal the most important elements

0 Comments · Thursday, April 11, 2002
Dripping with the sweat of a drunken dancing mob at a recent party, I was slave to the heat generated by Pearline, who reminded me, if I ever knew it, that Cincinnatians do know a thing or two abo