Monthly Archive: March, 2010

Too Many Prisoners, Too Little Justice

Widespread incarceration isn’t keeping us safe By Margo Pierce Criminals: They all deserve to go to prison and be punished in perpetuity. That isn’t exactly an accurate summary of the criminal justice system… Continue reading

City Ignores Plea for Fair Hiring Policy

Commission won’t listen, mayor misleads media By Eli Braun Cincinnati’s Fair Hiring Now Coalition rallied at City Hall on Feb. 25, to deliver over 1,000 letters from city residents and community groups asking… Continue reading

Every Woman a Road Warrior

New anthology is a travelogue of women’s lives By Gregory Flannery I’ve never been a woman and never owned a truck, and I have enough lingering sexist prejudice that I’m still surprised when… Continue reading

Maybe it’s Time for a Troublemaker

Dan La Botz runs for U.S. Senate By Gregory Flannery The further left one’s politics goes, the more argumentative is the company he keeps. Thus while many progressives in Cincinnati might agree with… Continue reading

Farron Allen’s Body of Work

Bits and pieces of humanity in a cry for freedom By Saad Ghosn Farron Allen grew up in the mountains of southern West Virginia, the product of three generations of coalminers. He was… Continue reading

Klosterman Baking Company Launches New Campaign of Giving

Half For A Half Cincinnati, Ohio – In honor of National Nutrition Month, Klosterman Baking Company – a family-owned baking headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio – is launching their “Half For A Half” campaign… Continue reading