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Lachey's Bar opens mid-December

Kind of not news since we already knew December but  a nice article from the Cincinnati Enquirer:

Exclusive: Lachey’s Bar opening in December

Drew Lachey

The Tipping Point for Newspapers

Last week Borrell Associates made their media predictions for 2024. That sounds like a long way off, but it’s just 10 years away.  A few predictions were startling, because media is quickly transforming from an industry built on delivery platforms to one built on content creators.   902 more words

Media

Facing death, Lauren Hill teaches us life lessons

A 19-year-old woman is dying. It could be days, it could be weeks, it could be a few months. No one really knows, mainly because no one knows much of anything about the form of cancer currently infesting her brain. 1,690 more words

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Cincinnati Enquirer Reporter Paul Dehner On The Bengals Hosting The Ravens Sunday

Paul Dehner is a Bengals beat reporter for the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Paul joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Bengals hosting the Ravens this Sunday. 153 more words

Sports

Lawyer who told client to destroy cellphone SIM card is acquitted of obstruction charge

By: Debra Cassens Weiss

A prominent Cincinnati criminal defense lawyer who told her client to destroy his cellphone SIM card was acquitted Tuesday on a charge of obstruction of justice. 132 more words

Law

Cindi Andrews crunches the numbers on residential abatement.

City of Cincinnati property-tax payers, I’d like to thank-you.  In 2010 my husband and I moved downtown to one of the first condo conversions in the Central Business District and even though our new home was much more expensive than the one we left behind, our property tax bill was cut in half.   468 more words

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