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Winter's On

1 Comment · Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Where I grew up in New Jersey, there were plenty of ski areas within easy driving distance, but the quality of the trails and the length of the lift lines always left something to be desired. It might take 15 minutes to hurtle down a dangerously crowded, icy slope from the summit, and then you’d have to wait another half hour or more in the bitter, biting cold for another run.  

Extending I-74 Doesn’t Build Anything

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 15, 2009
To most, Interstate 74 is the highway that starts in Northside and works its way northwest through rural southeastern Indiana. It’s the best way to get to Indianapolis and cheap flights. From Indy, though, I-74 goes on to Davenport, Iowa, connecting to cross-country Interstate 80.  

Bridging the Gender Communications Gap

1 Comment · Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Ahusband and wife come home from a long day at work and sit at the dinner table to discuss the day. When asked how his day was, the husband answers, Pretty good, lots of meetings.  

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).   

Lauren Wells

Inside Artists Heads

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Painter Lauren Wells says, “self-investiga tion is a bi-product of my painting process.” Through her work, she tries to better under stand the motivations behind the external self. “Typically, my stern gaze becomes the focus,” she says.   

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