Reflection: Students are great teachers

 Fall 2012, Student Experiences in Over the Rhine Students are great teachers Mamie Hobbs (Teacher Education major at Miami University), Contributing Writer When I think back to my first few days in Over-the-Rhine, I don’t… Continue reading

Reflection: The Lessons of Over-the-Rhine

 Fall 2012, Student Experiences in Over the Rhine The Lessons of Over-the-Rhine  Beth Schwerman (Architecture and Interior Design at Miami University), Contributing Writer There I was, my first night in Over-the-Rhine, trying to sleep… Continue reading

What’s the big deal about gay marriages?

Jason Haap, Contributing Writer So I just went to my first gay wedding, and it was completely unremarkable. No, those aren’t the right words – but I almost think they should be.  The truth… Continue reading

Cincinnati: An Oligarchy

If there was any doubt in your mind, the struggle over the Anna Louise Inn has given proof once again that we live in an oligarchy.

From the Director | We Will Push Forward

Cincinnati Union Bethel, the owner and operator of the Anna Louise Inn has signed a purchase agreement with Western & Southern.  The Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition is thankful for the strength of Cincinnati… Continue reading

The Cincinnati Opera will perform Silent Night at Music Hall

Martha Stephens Jazz from the Air Force? Yes, that’s what we heard on Saturday afternoon, June 28, at Spring Grove — by a jazz combo from the Air Force called Airmen of Note.… Continue reading

A closer look at the alleged virtues of gentrification

Jason Haap On December 20th, the Cincinnati Business Courier ran an item by Randy Simes entitled “New report challenges negative views on gentrification” — and it was republished on December 23rd with UrbanCincy.com… Continue reading

The Forgotten History of Over-the-Rhine

Becky Seipel Today, Over-the-Rhine (OTR) is celebrated for is architectural beauty and German heritage. But, what is too often forgotten in the popular history of OTR is the long struggle for fair housing. … Continue reading

Celebrating Suhith

Jim Luken It was quite a celebration. Live music and singing. Great Middle-eastern food. Incredible stories. Lots of laughter…and more than a few tears. 125 people gathered at Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church’s social… Continue reading

Feb 1-4, Volume 17 Issue 3 No. 244

Streetvibes 2013 Issue 244