What with the news that a study has found Cincinnati to be the most literate city in the state and the 12th most literate city in the country, the Mercantile Library Literary Research Department immediately dropped everything to create a searchbot to c… . . . → Read More: Stacked: Cincinnati Twelfth Most Literate City in U.S.A.
So cryptic attacks and backhanded praise once again flow like prose laden with random Jazzy CNN almost metaphors in another Kathy Y. Wilson column in CityBeat. If you want to watch ideas dance the Tango for no apparent reason, then have a read. If y… . . . → Read More: Cincinnati Blog: Kathy Wilson Travels, Fails to Mark the Twain
Year 2000 called and they want their argument back. I’ll guess I should have just wait for the Black United Front’s 12 year late press release before I wrote my blog post, but instead I going to look at the present and at reality. I am reminded … . . . → Read More: Cincinnati Blog: Kathy Y. Wilson, Island of Trite
Get out the big box of tissues! CityBeat’s Maija Zummo is upset about the Pony she got. Her pony, in this case, is the vibrant Downtown/OTR we had last weekend, with about a thousand things to do. She had two things she wanted to do and didn’t seem t… . . . → Read More: Cincinnati Blog: Maija Zummo Wanted a BLUE Pony, Cincinnati!
Based on this week’s masthead and his Facebook Page, Kevin Osborne is no longer working for CityBeat. A request for comment on the reasons for Kevin leaving the paper from CityBeat has yet to be answered. The long running Porkopolis news/polit… . . . → Read More: Cincinnati Blog: CityBeat News Editor Kevin Osborne No Longer Working for Alt Weekly
CityBeat has been sold to SouthComm of Nashville, Tennessee. SouthComm (www.southcomm.com) is the owner of five other alternative weeklys beyond CityBeat. The purchase includes A-Line Magazine and the Midpoint Music Festival. Dan Backrath will remain a… . . . → Read More: Cincinnati Blog: CityBeat Sold to SouthComm
CityBeat has revamped it’s print copy with this week’s edition and editor Danny Cross has a column decscribing the changes and some background on himself as the new editor of the Alt-Weekly. The changes are three fold. First the paper has a fresh new … . . . → Read More: Cincinnati Blog: New CityBeat Print Edition Hit This Week
The tough econmic climate has reached down to Cincinnati’s Media landscape again and this time hit altweekly CityBeat. In a blog post yesterday, publisher Dan Bockrath announced a new leadership team for the newspaper and stated that they have “e… . . . → Read More: Cincinnati Blog: CityBeat Reorganizes Staff and Layoff ‘Several’
So, a report comes out naming a census track in Over-the-Rhine as the most income mixed census track in the nation based on 2005 to 2009 data and then all the biased media fingers point to 3CDC. It doesn’t surprise me that attacks will … . . . → Read More: Cincinnati Blog: Anti-3CDC Bias is Abundant This Holiday Season
I can’t tell you when, exactly, but Citybeat.com has undergone a much needed make-over. It is a great improvement, but is moving slow this morning, at least for me. The mobile version is a bit different, but mostly structured the same. &nbs… . . . → Read More: Cincinnati Blog: CityBeat Website Gets Big Makeover
Spaethic at CincyVoices has a great post about witnessing a Chris Smitherman Campaign worker trashing all of the newspaper copies in a CityBeat box downtown Friday night. My wonder is: how many other boxes did this or other Smitherman w… . . . → Read More: Cincinnati Blog: Smitherman Campaign Worker Trashes CityBeat
I’m typically not someone who engages in many discussions about politics. Sure I follow politics and am very intrigued by the whole political process, but it certainly is not a passion of mine. So its pretty surprising that my first real post on Cincy Voices concerns politics, but I saw something I have to comment [...] . . . → Read More: CincyVoices: Smitherman campaign literally hates free speech