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Phillip Margolin: The Associate

0 Comments · Thursday, August 23, 2001
Write what you know. That's what fiction writing students are told when they have a story due but can't think of a topic. The topic might seem boring to you, but the authenticity you bring to it  

News: A Riotous History

Museum Center chronicles Cincinnati's violent protests

0 Comments · Thursday, August 2, 2001
Four years after Cincinnati's establishment in 1788 came its first riot -- and then, as now, the conflict was between citizens and the people charged with protecting them. Sparked by the beating  

Get Lit!: Get Lit

Rachel's Holiday

0 Comments · Thursday, July 19, 2001
Waiting my turn at Barnes & Nobles, a green paperback caught my eye. It was perched halfway up on one of those impulse-buy stands like gum and candy in a grocery store. On the cover was an illust  

Cover Story: Hot Game

Just Like Real Golf, Only Better

0 Comments · Thursday, May 31, 2001
For several years I've been aware that people played a form of golf with Frisbees. Some friends played it, but I never had the equipment and I didn't know how to play, so I never went. Plus the  

Dewey's, Oakley

Talking 'Bout Our Generation

0 Comments · Thursday, October 26, 2000
Dewey's is a neighborhood pizza parlor in a yuppie-ish neighborhood. Pepperoni and double cheese, although available, don't dominate this joint. They specialize in fancy named pizzas with fancy ingr  

Cover Story: What Would Jesus Do?

A female minister answers the call

0 Comments · Thursday, May 11, 2000
As a child, the Rev. Theresa Langford learned that women couldn't be pastors in her Southern Baptist church. "Women made up the majority of the church," she remembers. "They could be the Sund  

Cover Story: Ripped from the Headlines

Pearson's crime mysteries derive from real-life situations

0 Comments · Thursday, July 8, 1999
Summer-reading books require either raucous sex-driven characters or unthinkable crimes. Ridley Pearson writes the latter, borrowing his plots straight from the news. And he has a knack for choo  

Cover Story: Just the Facts

Ohio Women Get 69 Cents, Men Get $1

0 Comments · Thursday, June 3, 1999
It's a sad statement about women's progress toward equality. During the last century, the recognition of women as having roles that reach far beyond motherhood has brought new freedom, including th