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Readers Picks

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Learn about the best do-gooders, troublemakers and politicians in the Cincinnati area. The winners in this categories were chosen by you, our readers, using our online ballot. You've chosen champions in dozens categories giving us a portrait of most interesting people in our city.  

Reader Picks

0 Comments · Monday, March 29, 2010
Best old thing (Cincinnati Zoo), best ethnic market (Jungle Jim's), best neighborhood (Hyde Park), best festival event (Taste of Cincinnati), best public school (Walnut Hills High) and much more.  

Reader Picks

0 Comments · Monday, March 29, 2010
Best athlete (Chad Ochocinco), best pro coach (Marvin Lewis), best high school coach (Steve Specht), best place for volleyball (The Sandbar), best sports coverage (WLW) and more.  

Reader Picks

30 Comments · Monday, March 29, 2010
Best overall restaurant (Montgomery Inn), best new restaurant (Five Guys Burgers and Fries), best appetizers (Nada), best non-chain pizza (Adriatico's), best wine selection (20 Brix) and more, more, more.  

Reader Picks

0 Comments · Monday, March 29, 2010
Best overall bar (Northside Tavern), best new bar (The Righteous Room), best dance club (Adonis), best live theater (Playhouse in the Park), best local comedian (Josh Sneed) and much more.  

Reader Picks

0 Comments · Monday, March 29, 2010
Best local activist (Jim Tarbell), best troublemaker (Bill Cunningham), best police department (Cincinnati District 5), best radio station (WVXU), best TV newscast (Channel 9), best twitter feed (Chad Ochocinco) and much more.  

Reader Picks

3 Comments · Friday, March 26, 2010
Best new store (Nordstrom), best green-oriented business (Park and Vine), best acupuncturist (Carole Paine), best lawyer (Eric Deters), best liquor store (Party Source), best pilates (Pendleton Pilates), best shopping district (Ludlow Avenue in Clifton) and tons more.  

Letters to the Editor

2 Comments · Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Jacob Baynham makes an important observation in “Blowing Their Tops” (issue of Nov. 11) that nothing but Russian Olive has grown back on an eastern Kentucky mountain that was mined and reclaimed 20 years ago.  

Don't Hate on 275

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Some things are best in small doses. For instance, I hate reality television, but for some reason I can’t turn away when America’s Fattest Crybabies is on. I also recommend hanging out with Northside hipsters in the smallest amounts possible. Now, I’d like to add Worst Week Ever to that list.  

The Reality of Evolution

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 28, 2009
There were some inaccuracies in the Sept. 30 article (“Beyond Belief”) on the visit by atheists to our Creation Museum: Our date for the Earth’s age was given at 4,300 years old; my name was wrongly printed as “Ken”; and a “stir” was created at the museum, it was stated, by an atheist’s T-shirt when the real problem was the way he was verbally disrupting our other visitors’ experience.