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Near the corner of Glenway Avenue and Guerley Road stands Price Hill Chili, a rambling batch of interconnected buildings that opened as a single storefront in 1962. At “PHC” you’ll find perhaps the purest distillation of the west side, particularly the old-school Price Hill variety. On any given night or ...
My Journey to New Delhi
Have you ever smoked hookah?” my 19-year-old son asked me not long ago. At first, I wasn’t sure how to respond. It was one of those unsettling parental moments when a father must resist the urge to chide his child, now an adult, about unhealthy habits. That urge was complicated ...
Too Long at the Fair?
I fell in love for the first time in my life at the Harvest Home parade. I was only 9 or 10, and so the relationship was not destined to last. It was also complicated by my not actually meeting the object of my affection. She was performing in the ...
It’s 11:30 on a muggy, buggy summer night, and I’m standing in an old cemetery, the final stop on the Miamitown Ghost Tour. Jeff Morris,the guide for our brave little band, tells us that the cemetery is haunted,which is not tough to believe given the look of it. Cragged, ancient ...
Despite the dreary weather, when I heard last winter that a rally would be held to save the embattled Gamble House on Werk Road in Westwood, I decided to check it out. The 13-room house, built in the 1830s, had been in the news as concerned west side citizens struggled ...
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