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Category : February 2018

February 2018

From the Ashes

Historic downtown Loveland rebuilds after 2017 fireLaura Geraci The area was shook May 28, 2017 when a massive fire started in the middle of the night on West Loveland Avenue. No lives were lost in the fire but there was extensive damage to three historic buildings. Local favorite Tano Bistro and Catering was taken by [...]

February 2018

Guest Column: Catholic Schools Educate The Whole Person

Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are for everybody. While maintaining a strong Catholic identity, our schools welcome all students who want to discern God’s plan for them and share our confidence that they can achieve that plan which, Jesus promises, offers peace (Jn. 14:27), joy (Jn. 15:11) and fullness [...]

February 2018

Q&A: Six Questions with Kerry Lee

Winner of the Women’s Division in the 2017 Flying Pig MarathonMarc Emral Kerry Lee finished in the top three of the Flying Pig marathon six times before winning the women’s division last year with a PR (personal record) time of 2:53:47. The 43-year-old Hyde Park resident and Anderson High School teacher (math) and coach (track [...]

February 2018

The Chump Tax

New tax abatements are causing more established residents to pick up more of the city’s tabDon Mooney Dear Chumps, Do you live in the City of Cincinnati, and actually pay all of your real estate taxes? Then I’m talking to you. Tax exemptions are flowing from city hall like a hoppy IPA brewed at a [...]

February 2018

Cincinnati’s War on Poverty

No easy solutions as city leaders seek to improve lot of working poor Mike Boyer The new leader of Cincinnati’s war on poverty faces a daunting challenge. Karen Bankston, an educator, administrator and registered nurse who grew up in poverty in her native Youngstown, in December took over as executive director of Cincinnati’s Child Poverty [...]

February 2018

Misunderstood Mike

The Bengals’ much-maligned owner shares fans’ frustration but isn’t changing his stripesPeter Bronson The Cincinnati Bengals finished their 2017 season with a dead-cat bounce. After spoiling their own season with three opening losses, they spoiled playoff hopes for Detroit and Baltimore with two final wins. Then they spoiled the hopes of fans who wanted a [...]

February 2018

Beating the Winter Blues

We’ve planned out your next eight weeks to keep you out and about this seasonCorinne Minard After the holidays end, it can be difficult to get motivated to do anything outside the house, especially when you live in the Tristate. It’s cold, it feels like it’s always raining or snowing and the allure of the [...]

February 2018

Chemical Casualties

The impact of Agent Orange continues 50 years laterPeter Bronson Planes and helicopters were outfitted so that they could spray Agent Orange over forests and jungles. Dave Hurst was a student at the University of Cincinnati in 1967, about to get married, looking for work. It turned out Uncle Sam had a job for him [...]

February 2018

The French Way

Sartre OTR takes inspiration from France and French cuisine to create its menuWill Jones Only open for about six months, Sartre OTR, located at 1910 Elm St. in Over-the-Rhine, is already making an impression. “My entire training is rooted in French cuisine; from the culinary school I went to, to my first job and every [...]