Monthly Archive: February, 2012

The Cincinnati Free Press Co.

BY: A. MANN Reflecting upon a wider deliberation of the free press in Cincinnati: A series of rotating columns upon the landmark constitutions and circular distributions of Cincinnati’s public newspapers and periodicals. Of… Continue reading

Warmth of a caring smile

BY: SUSAN LAKES “Good to see you tonight,” I said as a young woman checked into one of the city’s two cold weather shelters one frigidly cold night. She stopped. Our eyes met,… Continue reading

Five national news stories to catch up on.

BY: JESSE CALL 1. In New York City, residents of Astoria are standing strong against a proposed hostel that would provide full-time housing to people experiencing homelessness in the community. Since 2006, the… Continue reading

From the Editor: Join the Streetivbes community.

BY: JASON DEAN Again, thank you for buying this paper, whether this is the first time you’ve ever bought one, or whether you have had years of subscriptions to Streetvibes. You’ve made a… Continue reading

Managing your persistent fears, anxieties, and stresses

BY: STANLEY POPOVICH Everybody deals with anxiety and depression, however some people have a difficult time in managing it. As a result, here is a brief list of techniques that a person can… Continue reading

You Can Go Home Again

BY: JIM LUKEN Meet Michael Flood. 62. Father. Grandfather of Twins. Husband. Nurse. Twin. Proud of his Irish roots. A“family oriented” and “crisis oriented” person. Mike Flood knows Over-the-Rhine, inside and out. He… Continue reading

Western & Southern still suing Anna Louise Inn

BY: KYLE HOLSINGER-JOHNSON “Hey hey, ho ho, Western & Southern has got to go” shouted protesters on Wednesday, February 1, 2012 at 4th and Sycamore downtown.  About 35 protesters gathered outside of the… Continue reading

From the Editor: So how’s the new look working out for you?

BY: JASON DEAN, Streetvibes Editor Thank you for purchasing this issue of Streetvibes; by doing so you are providing an economic opportunity for the distributor from whom you acquired this paper and essentially… Continue reading

Climate Activists Call Foul at Rep. Boehner’s Office over Keystone

BY: CHELSEA TUNNELL, Contributing Writer Climate activists fed up with the influence of corporate money on Congress stormed Speaker Boehner’s office in West Chester today wearing striped ref uniforms to “blow the whistle”… Continue reading

From the Director: Families In Trouble

BY: JOSH SPRING, GCCH Director Today, Families with Children are the primary face of homelessness in the United States of America.  As we know, families come in all shapes and sizes; two parents,… Continue reading