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General Store of the Future

Park Vine thrives as Cincinnati’s green movement leader

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 7, 2009
To an ordinary person, the term “general store” might conjure up images of a podunk warehouse of sorts, nestled in a dusty, countryside town. A stop for horses and buggies along the Oregon Trail. Self-described as Cincinnati’s only “green general store,” Over-the-Rhine’s Park Vine is anything but podunk.  

Sept. 9-15: Worst Week Ever!

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Anyone who has ever been caught by their parents stealing stuff from a store knows how much it sucks when they drag you back in there to apologize and give back the Skittles. U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson (R-South Carolina) knows this type of embarrassment, only he doesn’t have a shiny wrapper and eye-level product placement to excuse his actions.  

Sony Gets Hip, Green Day FAIL and Aerosmith Scratch-Offs

2 Comments · Wednesday, May 13, 2009
During a recent interview, Sony CEO Howard Stringer made some comments that suggested maybe some in the corporate music world might just be ready to enter the 21st century. The music industry has become a bit of a joke for its out-of-touch reaction to technological developments  

Patti Smith: Dream of Life

Palm Pictures, 2008, Unrated

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Steven Sebring spent 11 years working on this film about Rock icon/poet/activist Patti Smith, as worthy a subject for a documentary as anyone in Pop music. But his project at some point overwhelmed him.  

Wild Combination: A Portrait of Arthur Russell (Review)

Plexifilm, 2008, Not Rated

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 28, 2009
One reason it’s become so hard for new musicians to make an impact is because so many old ones — including deceased ones — are still being discovered (or rediscovered), thanks to the proselytizing efforts of those who somehow got turned on to their obscure work the first time around.   

Outsourcing Local Newspaper Jobs

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Theyre getting cheap labor from India and turning their backs on Americans in order to solve their problems, but they expect us to buy the newspapers and advertise in them as usual. Do the people a favor and check into the outsourcing and post it all over the place.  

It's Just Crepes (Lunch Review)

Fast and tasty are the operative words at new downtown spot

4 Comments · Wednesday, October 8, 2008
I don't believe I've written a restaurant review while I was still eating, but it's the perfect indicator of how fast our world moves. Going to It's Just Crepes (39 E. Court St., 513-63-CREPE) downtown was a big reminder of that: This place really caters to our busyness.  

The Koala Fires (Profile)

Connected friends burn with amped-up Indie Rock

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 20, 2008
What's the first thing you do when you've thought up a clever band name? Google it, of course. When Koala Fires singer/guitarist Matt Mooney did this, he was pleasantly surprised that he didn't  

Thistle (Profile)

Post-Punk trio self-releases new album

0 Comments · Saturday, August 16, 2008
It's been said that being in a band is a lot like being married. If that's the case, thistle is celebrating their crystal anniversary as a Post-Punk power trio with the release of their latest and c  

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