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Lessons Learned: the TIF vs. abatement fiasco (which maybe wasn't so bad after all)

On December 14, the Enquirer ran an editorial  I wrote titled City Rushing to Mystery Giveaways and I said it was a vote on ‘abatement’ when it was really a vote on ‘Tax Increment Financing,’ causing my knowledge of the subject to be questioned. 636 more words

City Government

Bryan Price Drops Some Bombs

By Kaleb Page

April 24, 2015

The good old-fashioned coach tirade. It’s a work of art when done right.

Whether its Jim Mora shouting about the playoffs or Dennis Green yelling about losing after letting the Bears of the hook, the tirade when done right is something to behold. 414 more words


Meet the 2015 Competitors this May!

On May 1 we will launch the annual “Meet the Competitors” campaign here on the Cincinnati World Piano Competition blog. We have an exciting group of musicians coming to town (competitors and jurors!), and can’t want to introduce them to you. 39 more words


Cincy Sings Media Coverage

UPDATED: 3/26/15 to include Drew’s interview with Carol Motsinger from Cincinnati Enquirer

Drew was out hitting the local news and radio stations promoting Cincy Sings: 148 more words

Drew Lachey

Celebrating Holi in Cincinnati

Hundreds of people celebrated Holi at The Hindu Temple of Greater Cincinnati Saturday, March 7, 2015. This spring festival is known for dancing, eating and playing with colors in India and Nepal. 146 more words


In Loving Memory

Recently I compared the lives of my third great-grandmother Elisabeth (nee Schmitt) and her sister Christina Kirchheiner.

While drafting that post, a document inside Christina’s file caught my eye; a receipt for her funeral arrangements. 363 more words


The News - An Editorial to Our Readers

by Jennifer Sierra

Ten weeks ago, we began reporting about the news that impacts our shared communities of Dayton and Bellevue. Much of this news has been good; some of it has been bad. 597 more words