In another effort to save tax dollars and
fill holes in the state budget, Gov. John Kasich and his health care
advisers will streamline the state’s Medicaid system by altering the
availability of care plans and condensing care regions.
Standing outside the practice space used by Cincinnati's legendary mainstays of underground Rock, The Wolverton Brothers, I reminded them it was their 25th year in brotherhood. "The Wolverton Brothers is a sonically all over the place, pretty 'out there' kind of music," Tim Schwallie says. "We're kind of getting rediscovered."
It shouldn’t come as too much of a shock that — some 140 days or so after he took office — President Obama has acted in a way on two important issues that shakes the confidence placed in him by many supporters. As I told some skeptical Democratic friends during the weeks after the election, Obama might have campaigned as a progressive to shore up support, but he’s really more of a centrist ala Bill Clinton.
He looked like a Tony, but when a regular came in and addressed our host as Bill, I realized my mistake. I asked the woman at the cash register and she informed us that Bill Fuerst bought Tony’s 8th Street Deli (326 E. Eighth St., Downtown, 513-564-9866) about three years ago and decided to keep the name.