Monthly Archive: April, 2010

Soldiers Attack Homeless Camp

Latest hate crime against homeless people By Gregory Flannery A gang went hunting in Spring Grove village for a homeless man to beat up April 10. When they were finished, John Johnson needed… Continue reading

Development for and of the People

Bank bailout or abolition? By Jesse Call Is self-worth tied to work? For advocates participating in a recent community forum at Xavier University, the common thread among their perspectives was how the government… Continue reading

Street Life

A Night Walk Reveals the Action By Riccardo Taylor Streetvibes Vendor For the average street person, the onset of the night is the crown of the day. It often brings about fear –… Continue reading

Dark Humor and Harmony

Dark Humor and Harmony Kevin T. Kelly’s spiritual trek By Saad Ghosn “Art is the tangible manifestation of an eternal spirit that flows through all things,” says Kevin T. Kelly. “When I get… Continue reading

Ohio is a Slave Market

State begins studying human trafficking By Gregory Flannery Ohio is one of only eight U.S. states that have not enacted laws against human trafficking.  Yet Ohio is a thriving market for human beings,… Continue reading

Dunkin’ isn’t Just for Donuts

Caution: This post contains April Fool’s satire.  We hope you enjoy. But it’s really all a joke. Hamilton County Sheriff Simon Leis Jr. says he will continue the use of waterboarding at the… Continue reading

Eight Five Will be Eight Five

Caution: This post contains April Fool’s satire.  We hope you enjoy. But it’s really all a joke. Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ocho Cinco, nee Chad Johnson, will soon be known as Chad… Continue reading

People Power: Rickshaws on Vine Street

Caution: This post contains April Fool’s satire.  We hope you enjoy. But it’s really all a joke. Cincinnati City Council last week approved a plan to establish a six-mile rickshaw route from downtown… Continue reading