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9/25/2013 3:56:00 PM
In Cincinnati, as in most places, we like to crow about our famous natives. Except one.
11/1/2012 12:00:00 PM
Disc jockey Laura Steele’s voice purrs
through the speakers in the webn studio. “That was Stone Temple Pilots, and this is Three Days Grace, on 102.7, WEBN,” she says. But she’s not actually in the studio. No one is. Not an engineer or producer or intern to be found. The lights are off. An empty black leather chair faces a half-dozen computer screens, a wide mixing board with knobs and dials and faders, a mic perched on a hinged metal arm. The room feels almost eerie, the only sound Steele’s ghostly, disembodied voice.
Return of the Natives
4/1/2012 12:00:00 PM
Andrew Brackman’s gray T-shirt
is soaked with sweat. He’s been pitching for half an hour off a green plastic mound at the Gallenstein Athletic Center at Moeller High School, and though outside it’s cold, clouds sagging low in a dreary mid-February sky, in here it’s hot. When Brackman throws, the ball whistles toward the student wearing catcher’s gear and hammers into his mitt with a crack that echoes off the concrete walls.
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