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Cover Story: The Ohio River on the Cheap

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 14, 2002
I now know this: It doesn't take $100 to go 100 miles east of Cincinnati along the Ohio River and back. First of all, prices are circa 1955. Slushes at the Dairy Creme in Portsmouth come in the  

Diner: The Latest Thing

Popular Kentucky soft drink is now available in Cincinnati

0 Comments · Thursday, July 18, 2002
In 1926, soft drink entrepreneur G. L. Wainscott hit the beverage jackpot. After years of manufacturing various flavored sodas, he created the taste that would make addicts of the residents of hi  

News: Emerging Survivors

Refusing to let sexual abuse keep them victims

0 Comments · Thursday, July 11, 2002
Adults clutching stuffed animals at the Clarion Hotel in Blue Ash this week arn't necessarily cleaning up after kids; more likely, the toys are for their own comfort. A playroom -- for throwing   

Laura Davis' I Thought We'd Never Speak Again

0 Comments · Thursday, July 4, 2002
Laura Davis is no stranger to estranged relationships. Her 1988 book The Courage to Heal, co-authored with Ellen Bass, was a first glimpse into a world of healing for many adult survivors of sexu  

News: Pride in Stride

Gays and lesbians march for equal rights and have fun, too

0 Comments · Thursday, June 13, 2002
The Gay Pride Parade doesn't get the luxury of the whole road. Instead of completely stopping traffic, participants are instructed to march on the right side of the road while cars pass on the l  

Martha Moody's Best Friends

0 Comments · Thursday, June 6, 2002
Oberlin College, 1973. Clare is a Midwesterner, Ohio born and bred, from middle-class parents. Her college roommate Sally is a rich L.A. girl. Clare can't wait for the unrest and demonstrations   

Cover Story: DIY TV

Media Bridges offers the training and equipment, they just need you

0 Comments · Thursday, May 30, 2002
Summer is for reruns, and who cares anyway: Dr. Greene is dead, Rachel had her baby and Ozzy's over. If only there were some way to make your own television program, couch potatoes lament. You k  

Cover Story: A Movement of One

Dianna Brewer's solo revolution

0 Comments · Thursday, May 9, 2002
"White racists, black racists, they're all the same," Dianna Brewer says under her breath. She's on the phone responding to a caller looking for a woman of color to hire. When Brewer instead   

News: Separating Church and State

Algerian expatriate explains her country's struggle with religious fundamentalism

0 Comments · Thursday, April 18, 2002

Jane Ware's Building Ohio: A Traveler's Guide to Ohio's Urban Architecture

0 Comments · Thursday, April 4, 2002
The first thing I noticed about Jane Ware's Building Ohio is that my city made the cover. In local photographer Gordon Baer's playful image of Union Terminal, the long building curves out and up