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Jesus & Blunts, ’Clef's Stunts and Ferry Riders' Wants

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Rapper Game's big artistic statement with new album cover? He just wants to smoke weed, go to church and not be made fun of for it. Plus, Wyclef takes break from charity controversy to post crass photo and Canadian band Headwater is making a mint playing on boats.   

The Last Starfighter

Fairfield’s Arcade Legends keeps a video game tradition alive during tough times

2 Comments · Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Time has not been good to the arcade game. In the last decade, the accelerated pace of take-home technology has unarguably established consoles like the Nintendo Wii and the Xbox 360 as the video game’s dominant products, forcing the coin-operated game out of the market.  

Farm Report, Cobain and A Very Bondage Christmas

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 16, 2009
We here at Mini Gauge love a good prank. We’re seriously bummed about the proliferation of caller ID because we can no longer telephone our editor at 4 a.m. and tell him we’re a leader of a right-wing conservative group planning a “Tea Party” in his backyard.   

Debunking the Myths About Reds Game Attendance

Dude, Where's My Fanbase? - Testimony from a 'baseball town'

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Most locals consider Cincinnati to be a “baseball town.” Everyone hears family members and coworkers go on about just how great the Big Red Machine was or how exciting 1990 was when the Reds went wire-to-wire in first place and swept the Oakland A’s to win the World Series. Though it’s still relatively early, this year’s Reds are an exciting team that shows signs of being able to contend for a playoff spot.  

Party Like It's 1999

The year that changed the Hollywood film game

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 20, 2009
There is no spoon. Maybe there was prior to 1999. But that was before everything changed. During the summer of 1999, humanity suddenly had a choice between the red pill and the blue pill. We learned the first (and second) rule of fight club. We saw dead people.  

Orange Bowl Gives UC a Chance for a Notable Win

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 23, 2008
At the end of a charmed season, University of Cincinnati football officials are in the game they expected, a Jan. 1 meeting in the Orange Bowl against Virginia Tech, which automatically goes to Florida as the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) champion.  

Saturday's Game Against Pitt a Historic Moment for UC Football

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Following the University of Cincinnati football team used to be one of life’s simple pleasures, a private and personal window on sports through which the wins and losses didn’t matter as much as the laughs, groans and occasional sense that these kids might be getting somewhere.  

College Football Season Already Full of Surprises and Suspense

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Though the situation at the top is every bit as fluid as last year, college football is returning to normal. Look at the top three teams: Texas, Alabama and Penn State. It's 1970 again. By mid-December, it's always 1970, even if the mix includes a slightly different group like Ohio State, Southern California, Louisiana State and Oklahoma.  

Win or Lose

Ohio State Deserves Respect for Scheduling Tough Games

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Six years ago, the Department of Football at the University of Southern California came from nowhere to crash the national title picture and, not quite succeeding, launched a grievance that changed college football. The proof lies not in the Trojans’ easy 35-3 win against Ohio State on Sept.   

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