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Lots of Questions, Few Answers

Ohio 2nd District race remains wide open

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 15, 2008
One major party candidate - the incumbent Republican - is known more for her frequent public flubs, like calling a disabled former Marine 'a coward' for disagreeing with her on the Iraq War, than for offering any sort of coherent legislative agenda.  

Rights to Protection

YWCA program helps immigrant women combat abuse

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Eight weeks ago Jin (not her real name) escaped a violent relationship with a Korean man, and she now has thoughts of suicide because of the shame and guilt she feels.  

Fables of the Reconstruction

Local Indie/Blues/Punk/Roots trio The Sundresses redefines itself on new double album

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
From humble improvisational beginnings with more of those good ol’ shining naturals than you could shake a bloody dollar bill at, it was sometime in 2002 when The Sundresses became the big name on the flyer and began capturing eyes, ears and minds almost immediate ly.   

Onstage: Durango

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2008
In Julia Cho’s new play Durango is getting its Midwestern premiere at the Cincinnati Playhouse. This fine play not only describes a road trip, but it will make everyone who sees it think about where they might be going. Tuesday-Sunday. Through Oct. 19.   

Raising Up Lincoln Heights

1 Comment · Thursday, September 25, 2008
Tearing down the Valley Homes would seem like a good way to kick-start struggling Lincoln Heights. Walking among the mostly boarded-up government stock housing built in the 1940s to house workers at the General Electric plant during World War II, it's clear that this place isn't exactly prime Hamilton County real estate.   

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