WEDNESDAY JAN. 16: Newport on the Levee has added a new
wrinkle to the movie-watching experience. The seldom-used arcade has
been replaced by MacGuffins Bar & Lounge, which is now open and
serving drinks that can be brought into the movie.
WEDNESDAY DEC. 26: The Community Recorder today
profiled a Florence, Ky., man named Tim Atkins for being an awesome
neighbor. People call him “The Mayor of Lloyd Avenue” or “Tim the Tool
Man” because of his willingness to help and let people use his tools.
WEDNESDAY DEC. 19: Like tattoos and blood pacts with the
devil, getting a pet is a decision that can have long-term effects. A
guest column in today’s Enquirer explains how pets aren’t the same as other
gifts people don’t like, because they cost a lot of money after you buy
them and will pee all over everything.
FRIDAY DEC. 14: The Enquirer recently published a
six-part series on Barbara Joly, better known as the “Granny Robber.”
Joly is currently doing prison time for robbing banks back in 2008 to
support her adult son.
America is the type of place where people don’t read. It’s also where few people question the logic behind
heeding the stone-calendar-based prophetic warnings of an ancient people
whose neighbors thought the Spanish invaders on horseback were gods and
not human beings.
THURSDAY DEC. 6: Cincinnatians often offend local
sensibilities when they travel to coastal states by calling soda “pop”
and refusing to let anyone off the hook if they profess to not thinking
chili spaghetti is better than cold-water lobster tail.
With tax hikes and spending cuts known
as the “fiscal cliff” on the horizon and a Congress that has been
unwilling to meet under the mistletoe to decide how they will rear the
2013 New Year’s Budget-Baby, it seems that we as citizens need to
provide our elected officials an example of how to kiss and make up this
MONDAY NOV. 19: Justin Bieber won artist of the year at the AMA awards last night,
leading readers of things everywhere to become less jaded by all the
publications that run “Signs of the Apocalypse” blurbs within them.
SUNDAY OCT. 28: Many people who read today’s Enquirer
endorsement of Mitt Romney for president likely set the paper down,
said something like “I need to move out of this [expletive] city” and
then googled “Jobs where newspapers don’t endorse Sarah Palin.”