Monthly Archive: September, 2011

The Cincinnati Steampunk Scene

By Jason Dean So how many articles about trends and Cincinnati have you read that start with that infamous line about Mark Twain? The one about him stating that he would want to… Continue reading

Duke’s Dirty Electric

By Kate Melges Concerned residents of Cincinnati, young and old, came out to the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) hearings on Duke Energy’s rate plan to testify that they are sick of… Continue reading

Rodney Remembered

By Susan Lakes I’m remembering little things about my friend, Rodney, and all those memories have me smiling. Along with the memories, I’m thinking a lot about heaven and hell and souls and… Continue reading

Will Cuts to Cincinnati Healthcare be the Bengals’ Lasting Legacy?

by Jason Dean Football season draws upon us with the cooling air, but a decade old struggle is coming to a head this fall with University Hospital, other health providers and thousands of… Continue reading