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Cincinnati vs. The World 3.14.12

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 13, 2012
The city of Cincinnati is considering selling Over-the-Rhineā€™s historic Music Hall for just $1 to nonprofit Music Hall Revitalization Co. Inc. The looming need for $165 million worth of repairs has been too great for the city to handle, and selling it to a private entity could make attaining the funds easier.  

Break on Through to the Other Side

Will Cincinnati's East/West rivalry ever cool down?

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Cincinnati keeps it old school when it comes to traditions. From our love of pork by-products and church festivals to the way we talk ("please?"), we tend to hang on to our customs. And when it comes to enduring attitudes, the East side/West side rivalry takes the cake. We break it down with Mike Larkin of Salem Gardens and Matt Huesman of Maury's Tiny Cove, icons of their respective side of town.  

County Officials Should Shine Light on Hiring

1 Comment · Wednesday, April 7, 2010
James O'Reilly has taught law at the University of Cincinnati for 30 years and has written dozens of textbooks and more than 100 articles on regulation and liability. With that type of expertise, it's not surprising that Hamilton County commissioners chose him to co-chair a task force examining methods for improving the efficiency of county government. But even a mind as sharp and quick-witted as O'Reilly's can be challenged when facing off against entrenched politicians and bureaucrats trying to protect their turf.  

Sonny Landreth

Oct. 3 • St. Xavier High School Performance Center

0 Comments · Monday, September 28, 2009
Sonny Landreth has been plying his trade as "the king of Slydeco" for the better part of three decades, and his singular guitar sound has graced recordings and performances by Bonnie Raitt, John Hiatt, Jimmy Buffett, Little Feat, John Mayall, Gov't Mule, Buddy Guy and a good many others, including a certain British string strangler (who has been variously identified as Slowhand and God), who once referred to Landreth as "the most underestimated musician on the planet and also probably one of the most advanced."  

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