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Revisiting Rookwood

New Space in Over-the-Rhine, same dedication to artistic quality

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Sure, I’ve heard of Rookwood Pottery. I’ve seen tiles here and there in older homes in the area and heard the name spoke on the proud owners’ lips. The name evokes images of well-trained artisans leaning over their dusty workspaces, carving incredibly detailed molds and gently placing them in the kiln, waiting expectantly for their creation to take life.   

Unions Are Not Racketeers

Federal judge dismisses Cintas’ RICO lawsuit against labor unions

1 Comment · Wednesday, March 11, 2009
When attorney G. Robert Blakey drafted the federal RICO Act in 1970, it was designed as a new legal tactic to bring down the Mafia by making it easier to confiscate money and other assets like casinos, mansions and cars.   

Greed, Suites and Bailouts

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 11, 2009
I haven’t been using my ATM card lately to withdraw money from my checking account. With this financial crisis, I’m afraid that one of these days the receipt coming out of the machine is going to read, “Sorry, you’re a day late. We had to spend your money yesterday to pay our utility bill.”   

Another Seven Days of Bailiff Bribes and Soda Bans

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Those of us who have been wondering what ever happened to the criminal charges brought against us months ago for being way too good at body rubs were happy to find out today that they might be gone forever. The Enquirer reported that a former bailiff is accused of taking bribes to delay cases until they´re no longer prosecutable, which takes 270 days after an arrest or 90 days in jail, and now people are demanding that their charges be dropped in accordance.  

It Came from Cincinnati

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 6, 2008
Once in a while it's fun to look back at theater productions from Cincinnati that have had subsequent life in theaters elsewhere.  

Cintas Under a Microscope

Shareholders seek to halt ‘five-year trend of underperformance,’ but company says it’s ‘outperforming’ competition

1 Comment · Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Representatives for the North Carolina Retirement Systems (NCRS), which represents the pension investments of retired North Carolina state employees, said objective oversight is needed at Cintas to represent shareholders and reverse a five-year trend of underperformance.  

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