Monthly Archive: July, 2009

Not that We’re Bragging or Anything

Journalists are a humble lot, as is well known. But it’s worth noting that attorney Donald Caster credits Streetvibes with telling him about an important new book on the death penalty in Ohio.… Continue reading

Streetvibes is a Finalist for Two Awards

  The North American Street Newspaper Association has announced that Streetvibes is a finalist for two awards: Best Feature Story and Most Improved Newspaper. The winners will be announced at a ceremony July… Continue reading

Justice, Toilets and Bill Cunningham

By Lynne Ausman This article is in response to Bill Cunningham’s broadcast available here. Let the entire hour load and fast forward to the end. (don’t waste your time with the first 50… Continue reading


By Gregory Flannery Justice is a Cheap Sandwich A man uses illegal drugs, gets caught and pays the penalty. He spends the next 13 years living drug-free, stays out of trouble, finds work… Continue reading

The Activist Newspaper: Advocating Justice, Building Community

By Gregory Flannery This is the last monthly edition of Streetvibes that you will ever read. That’s because, starting with this edition, Streetvibes is publishing twice a month. New editions will appear on… Continue reading