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Testing Faith

Catholic Church fires Purcell Marian assistant principal over support of gay marriage

11 Comments · Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Mike Moroski realizes the irony of teaching his students a lesson by choosing not to teach them anymore.
  

The Real History of #yeswecanseco

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Jose Canseco owes my friend Jarrett an apology and an audiobook.  The former Major League Baseball player/steroid user/reality TV weirdo last March posted a series of tweets aimed at schooli  
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Local BMX Dude to Appear on 'Survivor'

See Matt Bischoff and his sweet beard in the show's season premiere Feb. 13

{CommentsCant} · Friday, January 11, 2013
Anyone affiliated with BMX in Cincinnati knows Matt Bischoff. The 38-year-old, bearded BMX warrior and all-around good dude hosted one of the region’s best sets of BMX trails in his Anderson Township backyard in the late ’90s.  Since that time, he’s gotten married, had two kids, founded a BMX company called Failure Bikes and built even more backyard trails and ramps. Bischoff has pr...  

Fox 19 Apologizes for Macke Calling Rachel Maddow a Boy

2 Comments · Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Fox 19 on Nov. 9 apologized for an ignorant comment made by news anchor Tricia Macke on her personal Facebook page last month. Macke’s comment, “Rachel Maddow is such an angry young man,” sparked outrage among gay-rights organizations for its depiction of MSNBC’s openly gay broadcaster as male.   
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Fox 19 Apologizes for Macke’s Ignorant Remark

Macke in a statement apologizes for calling MSNBC's Rachel Maddow a boy

{CommentsCant} · Monday, November 12, 2012
Fox 19 on Nov. 9 apologized for an ignorant comment made by news anchor Tricia Macke on her personal Facebook page last month. Macke’s comment, “Rachel Maddow is such an angry young man,” sparked outrage among gay-rights organizations for its depiction of MSNBC’s openly gay broadcaster as a m...  
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Dear Lebanon Tea Party: We Are Sorry

We didn’t mean to help re-elect a socialist

{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, November 7, 2012
During the past year CityBeat has spent a lot of energy reporting on countless Republican screw-ups, from typical shortsighted policies to legislation that is straight-up offensive to women, minorities, gay people and the poor and working class. But we didn’t realize that by pointing out how offensive and irrelevant the country’s GOP leaders were acting, that we were inadvertently ...  

Posthumous Lindner Campaign Contribution Goes Missing

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 7, 2012
CityBeat last week reported an August 2012 campaign contribution by the late billionaire Carl Lindner, who had died 10 months earlier.   

Worst Week Ever!: Oct. 24-29

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 31, 2012
SUNDAY OCT. 28: Many people who read today’s Enquirer endorsement of Mitt Romney for president likely set the paper down, said something like “I need to move out of this [expletive] city” and then googled “Jobs where newspapers don’t endorse Sarah Palin.”   

Stranger Than Fiction

Fact-checking Western & Southern's Enquirer editorial

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Representatives for Western & Southern and the Anna Louise Inn will be in court Oct. 30 arguing in front of the First District Court of Appeals, which could overturn a May 4 ruling and allow the Inn to move forward with a planned $13 million renovation.
  
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MPMF Mobile Site Is Cool

Live.mpmf.com incorporates Twitter, Instagram and mass information

{CommentsCant} · Friday, September 28, 2012
If you spent any time among last night’s MidPoint festivities you probably noticed that the festival has incorporated a bunch of technology into the production (people really like being able to see their tweets appear live on giant screens by tagging them with #mpmf).
It turns out that there’s lots of other cool techy stuff, starting with the