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Be Very, Very Quiet As dawn breaks on the first day of wild turkey season, a mild-mannered journalist searches for his Inner Ted Nugent and finds his Outer Elmer Fudd. Is your safety on? By Jonah OglesThe Last Farmers They tilled the soil and fed generations from their land but now their farms are disappearing. Capturing three men for all seasons in southeast Indiana. Photographs and Text by Chris SmithThe Biggest Losers How did City Council come to pass such a mess of a budget for 2011? And what are the odds 2012 will be any different? By Polk Laffoon IV
Frontlines How Cincinnati earned its tennis propsInside Info Renee Koerner knows her roeDr. Know Your QC questions answeredMusic The return of the WEBN album projectArt Cincinnati Art Museum presents Carl Jacob's eclectic collectionQ&A Nick Gillespie declares the 21st century a bust
Necessities Stocking up for desk dutyStorefront Mannequin Boutique, Over-the-RhineStyle Counsel Saks's Lindsey Huttenbauer on dresses, flats, and Bergdorf Goodman's bridal sample saleThe Address 18 E. 4th St., downtownHomegrown Jamonn Zeiler GuitarsEscape Ballparks in a (minor) league of their own
Editor's LetterContributorsFeedbackLetter From Katie The life and times of Main StreetBusiness Dean Hanley's house of cardsThe Last Detail The boys and girls of summer
Dining Out Anna Ree's Andouille, New RichmondWeeknight Lime Taqueria, CovingtonOn Tap The growler advantageFine Diving Kinneret Café, DillonvaleMeet Your Maker Our chocolatiersRestaurants A selective guide to the dining scene around town.
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