The Cincinnati Historic Conservation Board will receive a recommendation on Monday to approve a conditional use permit for the Anna Louise Inn, which would allow the Inn to move forward with a multimillion-dollar renovation of its building. The Conservation Board staff reviewed the standards required for conditional use and the Anna Louise Inn’s application, concluding that the facil...
Spectators at the Western & Southern Open’s finals on
Aug. 19 also saw a plane flying overhead pulling a banner protesting
the tournament’s corporate sponsor. The banner read: “W&S Stop
Bullying Anna Lou Inn stpws.com.”
Spectators at the Western & Southern Open’s finals on Sunday also saw a plane flying overhead pulling a banner protesting the tournament’s corporate sponsor. The banner read: “W&S Stop Bullying Anna Lou Inn STPWS.COM.” Activists continue to protest Western & Southern’s treatment of the Anna Louise Inn, which has been h...
We, as humans, really love getting compliments. Next to
free stuff, there are few things we appreciate more. Compliments make us
feel like we’re special or have done something smart, even if it’s as
simple as choosing an item from the fast-fashion store that ends up
earning praise from an acquaintance. “I like that shirt,” she says,
platonically. “Thanks, I got it at the mall,” we say, not at all
the Frog today said he was just about sick of Chick-fil-A, and not just
because the food is gross. The Jim Henson Co. released a statement
saying that it will no longer partner with Chick-fil-A because of the
company’s non-inclusive policies.
A new survey by the Coalition for a Drug-Free Greater Cincinnati found that local teenage marijuana use is up slightly. Mary Haag, president and CEO of the coalition, says it’s the organization’s biggest concern — makes sense considering t...
Local subscribers to Time Warner and Insight cable woke up today without access toWLWT-TV (Channel 5) after the station and companies failed to reach a new retransmission agreement. Instead, the cable companies offered Cha...
Steve Chabot’s self-righteous attempt to block federal streetcar funding found new criticism yesterday, as The Enquirer spoke to several credible sources who say his amendment is broad enough to affect federal funding for transpo...