Category Archive: Column

What’s the big deal about gay marriages?

Jason Haap, Contributing Writer So I just went to my first gay wedding, and it was completely unremarkable. No, those aren’t the right words – but I almost think they should be.  The truth… Continue reading

Cincinnati: An Oligarchy

If there was any doubt in your mind, the struggle over the Anna Louise Inn has given proof once again that we live in an oligarchy.

The monumental conductance displayed and resounded round Cincinnati Music Hall and Exposition Center.

As stated in previous articles remarking on the boom years of Cincinnati, by the latter part of the nineteenth century the increase of the railroad over river transport signaled a wane forthcoming as… 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

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

Learn to Flow

by E. Hayden I stopped in at the store to get some lo mein noodles and chicken for $3.95. It’s okay on a budget; the kinda food that will fill you up. I… Continue reading

Meetup: Sister of Rebellion

by Jim Luken Mary Beth Peters took her vows as a Sister of Charity at about the same time in 1985 that Our Daily Bread Soup Kitchen came into existence. She maintains regular… Continue reading

“Artists as Activists”: A Two-Year Anniversary and Farewell

by Saad Ghosn I have been blessed in the past two years to become familiar with the personal path and reflective artwork of many of our local artists who use their art to… Continue reading

Dorm Room Wisdom: The Women of the Drop Inn Center

by E. Hayden Okay, I am not a morning person, but waking up to: “Good morning ladies, the time is now six thirty. Breakfast is at seven. Let’s get up and let’s hit… Continue reading

Conditions of the Times

by Riccardo Taylor When asked about the recession, the only response could be ‘what recession?’ That one word which we all need to whisper has its effects on a majority of the people,… Continue reading