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The Accidental Poet

Veteran singer/songwriter Vic Chesnutt finds inspiration in authors, artists and bandmates

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Ever since he released his first Michael Stipe-produced album 'Little' in 1990, Vic Chesnutt has carved out one of the most unusual careers in the singer/songwriter pantheon. A paraplegic using a wheelchair since breaking his neck in a 1983 car accident, the Athens, Ga.-based Chesnutt might be physically confined but not creatively.  

Not Just for Indian Summer

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 20, 2009
As the weather warms and sun starts to show itself a little more frequently, we tend to cook on the grill a lot: from burgers and shrimp kabobs to pork loin and rib eyes. And while we certainly continue to drink wine through the summer, we find many more whites and rosés on the table. And a lot more beer, too.   

'Good Government' Groups

Local nonprofit organizations take different approaches to election endorsements

2 Comments · Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Election Day approaches, and Tristate residents once again have multi-page ballots to consider. Who has time to fully research every issue and candidate, especially when ballots are getting longer, not shorter? A lot of nonprofit organizations do.  

Jackie Reau

[cool promoter]

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
As the CEO of Game Day Public Relations, Jackie Reau promotes hip local events like the Flying Pig Marathon, the Downtown Tour of Living and Jeff Ruby’s joint venture restaurant with Bootsy Collins. She has an ongoing and intense love affair with Cincinnati and says it’s an excit ing time to live in the Queen City.   

TIBET FEST: FROM PAGE 13

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
“We’re talking about basic human rights — being able to eat, being able to have housing, (not) having your life threatened,” Farnsworth says. “You can talk about love and compassion all you want, but people are being hurt by the Dalai Lama’s actions.  

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