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MPMF Visitor’s Guide

0 Comments · Thursday, September 18, 2014
Welcome to the MidPoint Music Festival — and welcome to Cincinnati! You’re about to spend quite a bit of time in Downtown and Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati’s coolest neighborhood.  

Where the Harvest Is

1 Comment · Wednesday, September 9, 2009
This month offers plenty of opportunities to ring in fall the good old-fashioned Pagan way by feasting on the harvest and communing with friends and neighbors. First off, Imago, a Cincinnati-based nonprofit that supports sustainable living, is offering farm shares for a mere $160 — 10 weeks of fresh, organic veggies that includes a commitment to volunteer in the garden for two hours a week.  

Sugary Goodness

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 20, 2009
If you were to place a bet as to what local band will be the next to follow the likes of Bad Veins, Pomegranates and Daniel Martin Moore into the ranks of “nationally acclaimed” Cincinnati area artists, putting your money on Electro/Indie foursome Eat Sugar is a pretty safe wager. One listen to the band’s excellent new EP, It’s Not Our Responsibility!, and you couldn’t be blamed for betting your life savings.   

Why You Should Eat Like the Ancients

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 29, 2009
About 5,000 years ago, the great saints of India downloaded a complete dietary system that can help you lose weight without eating less, achieve balance and serenity and live a longer life. OK, it sounds like an Acai Berry ad, but it’s actually part of the oldest and most authoritative of Hindu texts, the Vedas.  

Top 5 New Year's Food Resolutions

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 30, 2008
We all have them, even if they’re left unstated. Even if we’ve refused to come up with any this year, they lurk in our subconscious, coming out in mysterious ways like guilt for blowing $50 at your favorite restaurant or for eating a bar of Chocolove for breakfast (welcome to my world).  

Can We Just Eat?

Can We Just Eat?

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Earlier this summer I had the opportunity to go on a rather grueling spiritual retreat at Hope Springs Institute, 130 acres of pristine country in the foothills of Appalachia. From the brochure, t  

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