Category Archive: Cover Story

New issue out on Friday, June 8th

No room at the Inn

By Jim Luken Meet Mary Carol Melton.  65. Mom. Passionate and outgoing. Executive Vice President Cincinnati Union Bethel (Anna Louise Inn). Mary Carol Melton admits to being surprised by the negative decision regarding… Continue reading

StarfireU celebrates Cincinnati Community

Jeni Jenkins, Streetvibes Staff Writer “And if I can take part in it by transforming my own consciousness, then someone else’s, I’m happy to do it.”  The late comedian and social critic Bill… Continue reading

Cincinnati churches appeal to Judge Nadel to end Western & Southern’s attack on the Anna Louise Inn

By Jason Dean It’s been almost a year since insurance giant Western & Southern took the 103-year-old Anna Louise Inn to court and many concerned residents of Cincinnati are voicing frustration over Judge… Continue reading

From Cincinnati to Las Cruces: an Occupy journal

BY: MARTHA STEPHENS I’m seventy four-years-old, but a lot younger in spirit than I was when the Occupations burst into being this summer, inspired mostly by vigorous young people less than half my… Continue reading

Metropole Tenants Make History

By GCCH Staff The Metropole Tenant Association made Cincinnati history on Wednesday, September 21st in Federal Court.  After two and a quarter years of hard work, Tenants settled their civil rights and fair… 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

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

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

House Bill 159: Obstructing Your Right to Vote in Ohio

Breaking News: On July 13th a compromise bill was brought forward, House Bill 224. This bill does not include the requirement to present a photo-ID to vote or the requirement to give one’s… Continue reading