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Locals Only: : Cincinnati Goes Down

Bands and other music-minded folks help spread the Cincy gospel at this year's South By Southwest music conference

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 26, 2003
This was not a banner year for Cincinnati musicians at South By Southwest, the four-day festival (March 12-16) in Austin, Texas. Only two bands -- Spindle and Thee Shams -- made the trip, half as   

1901 State Ave.

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 26, 2003
Address: 1901 State Ave., South Fairmount Owners: Sunset Limited Partnership Value: $20,300 Year Built: 1900 Comments: This two- to four-family house isn't the only vacant building on Sta  

Music: Evolution Rock

Slideshows, buzz saws and more ass -- highlights from 2003's SXSW

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 19, 2003
AUSTIN, TX -- I almost made it through South By Southwest without seeing a strange man's naked ass. Almost. Last year's ass belonged to Mojo Nixon, who was mooning the audience to one-up Lou  

Music: South By Southwest Bonus Coverage

The paper's only so big. Even more SXSW insight for those who can't get enough

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 19, 2003
MOST IMPRESSIVE SXSW PERFORMANCE TIE KaitO/The Polyphonic Spree No other band made me want to dance more than U.K.'s Noise Rock quartet KaitO -- except Dallas' 24-member Pop symphony, The  

News: Jurors Like Us

Hamilton County juries are racially balanced -- at least on the surface

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 12, 2003
People who work in the Hamilton County court system have long suspected that defendants aren't always judged by juries of their peers. Interviewing lawyers, judges and other court workers last   

1429 Race St.

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 12, 2003
Address: 1429 Race St.,Over-the-Rhine Owner: City of Cincinnati Value: $60,400 Year Built: 1900 Comments: Many old and historic churches in the city are faring poorly these days. This bu  

News: Trade Secrets

Business and government meet behind closed doors

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 5, 2003
Negotiations that could affect hundreds of millions of people took place in Cincinnati last week. More than 350 trade delegates and business leaders from the United States, Guatemala, Nicaragua,  

News: A Creative City

Want young professionals in Cincinnati? Lighten up!

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 26, 2003
Forget the pictures of the Cincinnati skyline. Dump the multicultural images of smiling people, obviously paid models. Shred the brochures with the pretty, canned photos that have little to with   

1508 Race St.

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 26, 2003
Address: 1508 Race St., Over-the-Rhine Owners: Alex Garnett Value: $9,700 Year Built: Unknown Comments: This aging building looks about the same as it did in the 1993 photo on the Hami  

News: Learning to Be Neighbors

Proposed student village triggers fight for neighborhood control

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 19, 2003
A $52 million project to house almost 700 students near the University of Cincinnati has cleared most city requirements, but a core group of vocal residents is fighting it to the end. The controv