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Biked and Bummed in Downtown

5 Comments · Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Dear Maija, I went to the city’s bike planning meeting last week, and I was really excited about the possibility of Cincinnati giving me a chance to ride to work without having a Biggie-sized Coke thrown against my back every day.  

Renters' Rights

Your guide to a more pleasant renting experience

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Whether you’re looking for an apartment close to your school or close to your new job, follow these three rules to get the best out of your new relationship with your landlord. Read your lease, be an aware tenant, and know how to solve a problem.  

Fix Cincinnati’s Deeply Ingrained Mentality

1 Comment · Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Regarding Joe Wessels recent column, “Let’s Not Make Another Mistake” (issue of May 20), I’m not for or against streetcars, as I don’t really think that’s the real issue as far as “spurring economic growth” here is concerned. I also don’t have an irrational “brand loyalty” to Cincinnati.   

Another Seven Days of Starting Iraq and Stopping Trains

2 Comments · Wednesday, April 15, 2009
President Obama on Tuesday pulled the ol’ “pop-in” on our friends over in Iraq, but instead of dropping a friendly “Hey buddy” like Kramer in Seinfeld, Obama told the entire nation to hurry up and become self-sufficient.  

Party People

Improving the 2008 party scene one night at a time

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Floyd “Freshdaily” Johnson is a ubiquitous man in Cincinnati’s party scene. He’s the networker, the guy with the nickname who knows what’s going on every night of the week. Floyd supports any and all events, from art openings to house parties and shows at Northside Tavern to events at downtown nightclubs.  

A New Political Discourse

Obama house parties try to keep people connected and the local energy focused

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 17, 2008
More than 4,200 “Change Is Coming” parties were held Dec. 13 and 14 across the United States, including Guam and Puerto Rico. They included about 10 held in Cincinnati neighborhoods.  

Ode to a Bartender

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 19, 2008
I’m a regular reader of Larry Gross’ Living Out Loud column. I’m constantly amazed at how he puts himself out there, and last week’s column is no exception (“My Bartender and Bar Politics,” issue of Nov. 12). His “ode to a bartender” story was wonderful.  

Get to Know Why?

Cincinnati Natives Why? come home for MidPoint

0 Comments · Thursday, September 25, 2008
Why`s kaleidoscopic musical output conjures a host of descriptors, the most accurate of which might be the Oakland-based band's own genre-spliced classification: "Pop-inflected Psychedelic Folk Hop." The brainchild of Cincinnati native/former cLOUDDEAD member Yoni Wolf, Why? started as a one-man bedroom project (2003's Oaklandazulasylum).   

Another seven days of old guns and new hotels

0 Comments · Thursday, September 25, 2008
John McCain spoke to a Spanish radio station today, explaining how he became a war hero, spited fellow Republicans by supporting abortion rights and then ran for president by mocking and then using his opponents' catch phrases.   

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