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Occupy Settlement Grants 24-Hour Public Space, Keeps Rules

Encampments, tents still banned during 1-year 'Open Period'

{CommentsCant} · Monday, March 12, 2012
The city of Cincinnati and Occupy protesters have reached a legal settlement that will erase criminal charges against protesters and designate part of Piatt Park a 24-hour public space for one year. The open space will still be subject to park rules, which include the “prohibition or restriction on noise, encampments, open flames, tents, and common law nuisance principles.” The Enquirer repor...  
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Considering UC’s Possible NCAA Tournament Draws

’Cats could end up with a surprisingly high seed

{CommentsCant} · Friday, March 9, 2012
The Bearcats’ sweet double-overtime victory yesterday over Georgetown was the team’s sixth win in its last seven games, three of which were against teams ranked in the Top 25 at the time. The ’Cats are now 6-3 against the RPI top 50, with tonight’s 7 p.m. Big East semifinal against No. 2 Syracuse offering an opportunity to seriously enhance the team’s seeding come Sunday. ESPN Bracketo...  
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Morning News and Stuff

{CommentsCant} · Friday, March 2, 2012
O’l girl Leslie Ghiz is back on local government’s payroll after being hired by Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters, which will allow her to run in a judicial race as a badass crime-fighting prosecutor (The Enquirer’s wor...  
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Twelve Year Anniversary: Kenyon Martin Goes Off

{CommentsCant} · Friday, March 2, 2012
The year 2000 seems like only yesterday — everyone all hunched up in our bomb shelters assuming the bank was going to turn our life savings into some kind of repeating decimal instead of the hundreds of dollars we had in there, all because a computer doesn't know how to count above 1999. Once we made it to the Millennium, many Cincinnatians' concerns shifted from ultimate survival to how aw...  
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Senior Night for UC Hoops!

Fans say farewell to four-year dudes Yancy Gates, Dion Dixon

{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Last week’s win over Louisville has gone a long way toward moving the Bearcats off the NCAA Tournament bubble and into the 10-seed area of most projections. A win at South Florida last Sunday would have all-but-secured the invitation, but the dudes lost by a point on the road, 46-45.
[UPDATE: The Bearcats whooped on Marquette, 72-61; here's the AP recap:   

The Story of Joe, Prodigal Ministries and CityBeat

3 Comments · Wednesday, February 29, 2012
CityBeat Editor Danny Cross addresses the company's decision to accept an advertisement from a local organization offering support for unwanted same-gender attractions.  

9 Coffee Bars

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Too much time in the bar scene can make a person feel overwhelmed — too noisy, expensive and health threatening. Area coffee houses offer a nice break from the craziness, with creative coffee-inspired cocktails to enjoy while reading a book or enjoying a draught beer during some WiFi downtime.  

8 College Bars

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 29, 2012
College bars are the types of places that run the gamut of the bar experience — loud, happening, fun and, often, drunken and messy (probably still fun). The University of Cincinnati’s Clifton Heights is heavily represented by such establishments, while Xavier’s lone hangout is the go-to spot for the private schoolers.  

14 Dance Clubs

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 29, 2012
No one really knows which came first — human interest in dancing or drinking. But it’s obvious now that we’re in the 21st century that the two go together quite well.  

13 Bars for Food + Drink

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Sometimes the goal of an evening at the bar isn’t to partake in a liquid diet — sometimes the drinks are simply a compliment to a fare one particular bar has become known for.