Monthly Archive: May, 2009

“Cleaning is Nice, but Respect for the Residents is Better”

By Lynne Ausman Today is a big day in Over-the-Rhine. Well, that’s what I have been told. Today is the Mayor’s Corporate Challenge. A day when hundreds of corporate executives and staff descend… Continue reading

Exceptional and Homeless

‘The Soloist’ explores homelessness, mental illness and friendship By Lew Moores In a brief scene in The Soloist, the TV news is on. The year is 2005. The screen shows black faces, residents… Continue reading

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‘We Are Their Slaves’ won an international journalism award

On May 14, 2009, Streetvibes editor, Gregory Flannery, accepted the Best Feature Story award from the International Network of Street Papers (INSP) for the June 2008 article ‘We Are Their Slaves.’ ‘We Are… Continue reading

Streetvibes Wins International Journalism Award

Streetvibes Wins International Journalism Award Advocacy has a New Voice in Cincinnati and the World is Listening Streetvibes, the monthly newspaper of the Greater Cincinnati Coalition for the Homeless (GCCH), has won international… Continue reading


The Ohio Justice and Policy Center (OJPC) publicly called for the City of Cincinnati to end its blanket policy of denying employment to otherwise qualified applicants with felony convictions. OJPC issued its called… Continue reading

We Need Some Things Redone So We Can Get a Lot Done

I want to save Rothenberg. How in the world could you leave it like that? Here at Vine tiles on the floor are missing, doors are broke, the heat doesn’t always work. The… Continue reading

May 2009 Streetvibes

The May issue of Streetvibes has hit the streets!  Make sure to purchase your paper from a badged vendor.  Some of the features of this month’s edition are:   “Selling Out – in… Continue reading