Monthly Archive: August, 2011

From the Director: Fear and Budgeting in Cincinnati

by Josh Spring Budgets. Lately there has been a lot of talk about budgets all the way down from the federal level to the state level to the city level. But what is… Continue reading

Poetry: The Prediction

by Willa Denise Jones What would you do if you could predict your every tomorrow? Remembering that tomorrow never comes, it’s always today, now that can bring some sorrow Thinking of the changes… Continue reading

Urban Oasis: Updated Success of the Community Bowel Movement (Editorial)

by Catie Dargue In the early morning of Monday August 8th two port-o-pottys were dropped off on the corner of 14th and Race Street in Over-the-Rhine. After months of asking 3CDC to honor… Continue reading

Cincinnati Public Schools Get a Long Overdue Upgrade

by Corey Luthringer With the start of a new school year, Cincinnati students and their parents have something new to look forward to. Recess extended an hour longer? No. Calculus classes for first… Continue reading

Confessions of a Bleeding Heart: Tennis (Editorial)

by Jason Dean Judging from the front covers of two of Cincinnati’s popular free weekly papers there’s a buzz of excitement in the air, it would appear that Western & Southern are hosting… Continue reading

Compassionate Action as a Form of Healthy Grief

by Steve Sunderland “First they came for the communists, and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a communist. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a trade… Continue reading

Editorial: To Be Set Free

by Josh Spring Truth. Truth is so valuable. Most of us have heard the verse in the Bible that explains: “Then you will know the truth and the truth will set you free.”… Continue reading

Cincinnati Prays to Save Historical Homeless Shelter

by Jason Dean Wednesday, August 10 saw a beautiful morning stretching across Cincinnati. The sky was blue and the air was cool; the kind of summer day that we always wish for but… Continue reading

My Distributor is…

My Streetvibes distributor is Julie Walker and I look forward to seeing her every Saturday morning when I go to Findlay Market. I arrive by 8:30 a.m. and get a newspaper and a… Continue reading

Local governments struggle to warn those living outside about deadly weather

by Jesse Call Federal, state, and local agencies in the area all struggled to answer the question of how best to warn people experiencing homelessness living outside. “It’s a good question,” said Mike… Continue reading