Monthly Archive: October, 2012

Does the Romney family now own your e-vote?

By Gerry Bello, Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman http://www.freepress.org Will you cast your vote this fall on a faulty electronic machine that’s partly owned by the Romney Family? Will that machine decide whether… Continue reading

ISSUE 2 BUS TOUR COMES TO CINCINNATI

By Justin Jeffre SPREADING THE WORD ABOUT AN AMENDMENT THAT WOULD END GERRYMANDERING IN OHIO   The Issue 2 Bus Tour arrived in Cincinnati on Monday October 15th. This tour of Ohio’s cities… Continue reading

TONIGHT! Day by Day Calendar Exhibition at the Emery Theatre

Are Streetvibes Distributors Being Stereotyped?

By Lee McCoy I truly wonder if this is a trend across America, or just in Cincinnati. Well, at the present time, I do not have the luxury to find out if this… Continue reading

City Link- Long Time Coming

By Josh Spring City Link has been a long time coming, but after 9 years it just had its opening. Some of you remember the anti-City Link signs, the anger and organizing against… Continue reading

The race for Hamilton County Prosecutor

By Justin Jeffre   Streetvibes asked both candidates running for the Hamilton County Prosecutors office these questions. Joe Deters did not respond. Please remember to vote this coming November. Streetvibes: What is your… Continue reading

Ralph Stanley’s still got it

By Justin Jeffre   The highlight of this year’s Midpoint Music festival for me was when Ralph Stanley took to the stage in the historic Emery Theater in Over-the-Rhine. The living legend kicked… Continue reading

“IT’S LOOKS GOOD, STOP COMPLAINING!”

From the Director By: Josh Spring LSW, Executive Director   I cannot begin to tell you how many times we have heard people say of Washington Park or the three blocks of Vine… Continue reading

PLACES TO GO, PEOPLE TO SEE

By Dylan Speeg My wife needed a break today so I took our toddler to the museum to expose my daughter some culture while wearing her out. Little did I know I would… Continue reading

LIVING GREEN IN CINCINNATI

By Mimi Rook Community Gardens: A Solution to Food Deserts Earlier this year, Cincinnati City Council member Laure Quinlivan began an effort to send mobile produce trucks into Camp Washington, Fairmount, Avondale, Westwood,… Continue reading