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4203 Kirby Ave., Northside

0 Comments · Thursday, August 1, 2002
Address: 4203 Kirby Ave., Northside Owner: Duke and Long Distributing Co. Value: $130,000 Year Built: 1979 Comments: If there ever were a formula for instant blight, this closed "Ever  

Can't You Say Something Nice About the Republican Censor?

0 Comments · Thursday, July 25, 2002
Will Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune say something supportive about the Bengals? Does he have any choice? The gagging of Portune continues. The latest development is paragraph 2G of the   

1757-61 Sycamore St.

0 Comments · Thursday, July 25, 2002
Address: 1757-61 Sycamore St., Over-the-Rhine Owner: Lee Ann Coulter Value: $12,400 (combined) Year Built: 1875 Comments: This property is an example of blightus averageus in Over-the-Rh  

Why Is Adamowski Leaving CPS Now?

0 Comments · Thursday, July 18, 2002
After nearly four years as superintendent of Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS), Steven Adamowski abruptly resigned June 24 to take a college position teaching leadership and school reform skills to pr  

Cover Story: The Life of a Salesman

Weegee's World, 150 photos by the late nocturnal New York City freelance photographer, spill into the hallways of the Cincinnati Art Museum

0 Comments · Thursday, July 18, 2002
In the late 1930s and early 1940s, a short, slightly stout, cigar-smoking photographer stalked New York for news, night after night, with a Speed Graphic camera and a pocket full of flashbulbs. H  

The Nurses Didn't Strike, but Has the Crisis Ended?

0 Comments · Thursday, July 11, 2002
Why are nurses so demoralized? Nursing shortages are usually short-lived, peaking during economic booms. But even during the current recession, hospitals have been unable to get close to full staff  

News: Bengals Shut Out Taxpayers

If team loses to IRS, the county pays

0 Comments · Thursday, June 27, 2002
Just when you thought there couldn't be another surprise in the Cincinnati Bengals stadium saga, in comes the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) with a claim of $14 million in unpaid taxes and late pen  

News: Steering Over-the-Rhine

Will the new plan end the old fight?

0 Comments · Thursday, June 27, 2002
No one could say the new comprehensive plan for Over-the-Rhine was rushed. It resulted from 18 months of talking, walking, dreaming, writing, arguing and rewriting. But at least some of the peop  

1111 Broadway St., Over-the-Rhine

0 Comments · Thursday, June 27, 2002
Address: 1111 Broadway St., Over-the-Rhine Owner: Bob and Debra Desgrange Current Property Value: $33,700 Year Built: 1874 Comments: Surrounded on two sides by surface parking lots, somehow thi  

News: Cool Is Money

Tristate's homophobia, closed-mindedness hurt it economically

0 Comments · Thursday, June 20, 2002
No matter how smart your colleges are, how wide your bandwidth is or how lucrative your tax breaks are, cities starting the 21st Century with closed, intolerant minds won't do well economically.