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The Cincinnati Opera will perform Silent Night at Music Hall

Martha Stephens Jazz from the Air Force? Yes, that’s what we heard on Saturday afternoon, June 28, at Spring Grove — by a jazz combo from the Air Force called Airmen of Note.… Continue reading

A closer look at the alleged virtues of gentrification

Jason Haap On December 20th, the Cincinnati Business Courier ran an item by Randy Simes entitled “New report challenges negative views on gentrification” — and it was republished on December 23rd with UrbanCincy.com… Continue reading

The Forgotten History of Over-the-Rhine

Becky Seipel Today, Over-the-Rhine (OTR) is celebrated for is architectural beauty and German heritage. But, what is too often forgotten in the popular history of OTR is the long struggle for fair housing. … Continue reading

Celebrating Suhith

Jim Luken It was quite a celebration. Live music and singing. Great Middle-eastern food. Incredible stories. Lots of laughter…and more than a few tears. 125 people gathered at Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church’s social… Continue reading

Feb 1-4, Volume 17 Issue 3 No. 244

Streetvibes 2013 Issue 244

21c Hotel Celebration of Discrimination

Today the ribbon was cut to open a 21c Boutique Hotel.  3cdc displaced 208 people from their homes in order for 21c to open this Boutique Hotel.  The primary cause of homelessness is a lack… Continue reading

Michael Hasting’s is what a real journalist looks like

Starfire volunteers at Julie Hanser Community Garden

By Mimi Rook Mary Julia (Julie) Hanser moved to Cincinnati in 1993 and in her 10 years of life in the city, she built Mercy Healthcare into a profitable, regional healthcare system. More… Continue reading

Remembering Dr.Herbert Shapiro – Scholar, Labor and Civil Rights

By Dan La Botz   Dr. Herbert Shapiro, a Professor of History at the University of Cincinnati, died earlier this month. Shapiro, the author of ten books and more than fifty academic articles,… Continue reading

Is the Portland Loo coming to Cincinnati?

By Jason Happ My mother says I inherited “spastic colon” from her.  That probably sounds rather personal, even unsavory, but it’s true. Sometimes, certain foods trigger a rather explosive need for me to… Continue reading