We, as humans, live in a capitalist society dominated by a
perpetual quest for wealth, power and authority, and that authority
undoubtedly yields corruption, poor taste and, sometimes, bad people who
do bad things.
Think of it like an upscale food festival, just sans the central gathering hub, soggy paper plates or throngs of sweaty people: today marks the beginning of the 4th annual Downtown Cincinnati Restaurant Week.
This week, 16 different restaurants across the downtown Cincinnati landscape (Over-the-Rhine is also represented) offer fixed menus for a fixed price to promote love for the local ind...
Lately, I’ve felt stuck in
this peculiar post-college limbo, one in which the novelty of thrusting
myself into this post-21 world of fledglings has granted me steady
access to a potion that makes social interactions almost effortless —
the never-failing social lubricant that is alcohol.
This year’s first human case of West Nile Virus in Ohio
has been found in an 85-year-old Clermont County man and arrived about a
month earlier than expected, thanks to an unseasonably dry, warm
summer. CINCINNATI -2
Villagers in Russia’s Sverdlovsk region have discovered
four barrels containing 248 human fetuses preserved in formaldehyde in a
forest in the Ural Mountains. Police suspect a nearby hospital dumped
the barrels. WORLD -2
Ohio’s death penalty came under scrutiny
July 19, when the Ohio Supreme Court’s Death Penalty Task Force heard
presentations from three subcommittees on strategies to make sure death
penalty sentencing in Ohio is transparent and fair.