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Music: Leaving This Ol' Town

Blues belter Bill Caffie steps out one last time

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 9, 2005
The nightclub came to church to honor the life and style of Bill Caffie, then the church reconvened in the club to stomp the Blues in memoriam to the baritone who made his international reputation  

Cover Story: Tainted Love

STDs: When you care enough to

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 9, 2005
transmit the very worstLove does not guarantee sex, and sex isn't always a by-product of love. Lust usually comes before anything. And in the slippery, pulsating throes of athletic sex, stemming  

I Put a Spell on You

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 26, 2005
I. You are getting sleepy. Ding-dong, the bitch is dead. I've lived a decade as a columnist. This is tour No. 201 and the final YNTG. Roll call. To the white man whose anonymous voicemail mess  

Burn This

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 12, 2005
The extravagance embedded in President Bush's $40 million inauguration while fatigued U.S. troops stranded in Iraq navigate suicide bombers and roadside ambushes with makeshift armor reminds me of t  

Deters' To Do

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 5, 2005
Yes: Fire Rebecca Collins Also, fire nine others in the Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office to make it look like I'm not just getting rid of Mike Allen's leftover affairs though, in reality, I'm pu  

The Passion of the Right

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 29, 2004
In the year that was, the evangelical right miscast morality as fact. Factor in fear and 2004 shaped up to be the highest rated reality TV show that never made it to TV, but whose name could've bee  

Leggo My Ego

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 15, 2004
Anyone with an ego so big his visage fits only across the side of a building (see June Bug's in the West End) is bad-ass enough to tongue lash a judge, bum-rushing the bench without so much as "Your  

Cover Story: Forging a Weathered Soul

Brian Joiner makes art that makes him

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 8, 2004
Brian Joiner is weird. Even for an artist. At the Cincinnati Art Museum, the 43-year-old painter was entirely unrecognizeable, even to people who know him. Joiner was clad foot-to-head in black:  

Tune in Tomorrow

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 8, 2004
On Dec. 1, the same day I recorded a commentary for National Public Radio's All Things Considered after a lengthy and anxious absence, reports announced Tavis Smiley's imminent network exit. Smiley  

What Can Brown Do for You?

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 1, 2004
These aren't your vice mayor's black firefighters. They're not the lifesavers, unbeknownst to them, vengefully co-opted and "dispatched" in a threat leveled by Alicia Reece to settle and salve her w