Monthly Archive: May, 2011

Streetvibes Celebrates the 200th Edition: 1997-2011

by Susan Lakes The city’s panhandling debate is partly responsible for the advent of Streetvibes. Now, 200 editions later, Streetvibes continues to offer its Distributors a dignified way to make a living as… Continue reading

Putting Life and Death into Perspective

by Saad Ghosn “I have been aware of human pain and suffering from a very young age,” says Steven Finke. “Growing up I was introduced to the Holocaust and constantly reminded of its… Continue reading

Mark Twain Was Right

Stories from the 2001 Cincinnati Riots and Unrest is a soon to be released graphic novel about United States’ first urban uprising in the 21st century by Dan Moore, author and illustrator The… Continue reading

Radical Comic: Illustrator Seth Tobocman shares his powerful vision with Streetvibes

by Jeni Jenkins At a recent dinner party I had the pleasure of meeting Seth Tobocoman who was in Cincinnati for a book release event. When I explained that I worked for a… Continue reading

Making Music for a Cause

Streetvibes thanks Tyler Walton and Point Five by Susan Lakes Musician Tyler Walton saw a need close to home and helped. The Mason High School senior picked the Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition as… Continue reading

Happy Birthday Amnesty!

Amnesty International turns 50 this month by Laura Osborne-Coffey Amnesty International turns 50 this month! Founded in 1961, Amnesty International was the brain child of British lawyer, Peter Benenson. He read an article… Continue reading

Meetup: An interview with one of Streetvibes’ own

by Jim Luken Meet Jeni Jenkins, 31 years old. Mother of two, Caleb 15 and Kirah 11. Born and raised in Idaho, this dynamic young woman describes herself as “highly ambitious and very… Continue reading

Distributor Profile: James Brown

by Susan Lakes James Brown, 40, was last featured in Streetvibes six months ago. At that time, he vowed he’d continue to work hard, do well for others and leave a good footprint.… Continue reading

Who’s Talking?

Column by Josh Spring, Executive Director Digging Deep. How often do you dig deep into a topic, discussion, statement and/or controversy? Far too often we do not second guess, much less third and… Continue reading

A Bad Bill

by Susan Lakes with research from Jesse Call Proponents and opponents testified on the merits and drawbacks of a house bill that’s designed to upgrade Ohio’s election system in time for the 2012… Continue reading