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Cover Story: The Taxing Cost of Reproduction

How having children costs women money

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 9, 2007
Mothers who opt to stay home with their children and remove themselves from the conventional workplace stand to lose $1 million over their lifetimes, according to Ann Crittenden, author of The Pri  

Books: Nourishing Words

Young Women Writing for (a) Change offers a supportive environment for its participants

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 26, 2006
We've all heard of the ubiquitous Barbie and her kindred spirits: Princess Barbie, Holiday Barbie, Olympic Barbie, Veterinarian Barbie, Flight Attendant Barbie ... the list goes on. But what abou  

Books: Love, Life & Leukemia

Annette Wick turns pain into pages

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 7, 2006
Her small hands and compact frame belie the enormous experience contained in Annette Januzzi Wick. At the age of 34, Wick lost the love of her life, Devin, to leukemia. Since then she has worked c  


0 Comments · Wednesday, March 15, 2006
Whether you love Wal-Mart or hate it, there is little doubt that the giant retail box has had an enormous impact on the American and, to some extent, the global economy. Charles Fishman's The Wal  

Vol. 6 Issue 1 and John Fox


0 Comments · Wednesday, November 3, 2004
Then: In 1999, CityBeat celebrated its fifth anniversary with an issue devoted to looking back over the first five years of publication. Writers chose their 12 favorite stories from 1994-99 to sha  

Rob Fetters


0 Comments · Wednesday, October 20, 2004
Then: In 1997, CityBeat launched the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, a local version of the Tony and Grammy awards rolled into one. The first performers to be inducted into the CEA Hall of Fame w  

Cincinnati Film Commission


0 Comments · Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Then: In 1995, CityBeat profiled the Cincinnati Film Commission and several local filmmakers who were working hard to keep the city on the celluloid map. Cincinnati had taken a major hit -- we'd   

Emery Center


0 Comments · Wednesday, October 6, 2004
Then: In 1997, CityBeat looked into what was happening with the Emery Theatre, the historic building on Central Parkway that once housed the Ohio Mechanics Institute and a 1,600-seat, acoustical  

World's Longest Outdoor Sale


0 Comments · Wednesday, September 22, 2004
Then: In 2001, CityBeat sent Brad King and Monte McCarter in search of America and Americana down US Route 127 during the World's Longest Outdoor Sale. The sale happens annually in August, touchi  

24-hour eateries


0 Comments · Wednesday, September 15, 2004
Then: In 2001, CityBeat sent a team of roving, hungry reporters out on a late-night binge to check out 24-hour eateries in Greater Cincinnati. The team turned up five local (non-chain) all night d