Monthly Archive: January, 2011

A Shooting at Tucker’s

“A reporter is about as close to the action as a crab louse is to the begetting of a child.”  Norman Mailer Streetvibes writer turned investigative reporter, Jim Luken searches Over the Rhine… Continue reading

Creating Art to Beautify the World

Artists as Activists By: Saad Ghosn Michelle Red Elk’s work speaks of her Native culture and her love for animals “Artists have the power to illuminate their beliefs through their work; they have… Continue reading

What It Means to Be Human Now

Artists as Activists By: Saad Ghosn, Contributing Writer Gary Gaffney’s art connects matter and spirit in the world “When is your humanity palpable?/Does justice make any sense to you?/Is peace possible without your… Continue reading

Advocating for the “Invisible” Worker

Kelly and Kyle Phelps combine their potent voices to address class issues By:  Saad Ghosn, Contributing Writer   Kelly and Kyle Phelps, identical twin brothers and well known local sculptor artists work all… Continue reading