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An Honest Conversation about Privilege and Entitlement

Trying to have an honest conversation about privilege and entitlement.

Editor’s Letter, July 2019: The Past Is Always Present

Cincinnati’s past is never far from our present-day hustle and bustle, either physically or spiritually.

I Wrote the Songs

Cincinnati has several official songs. Some are mine.

Dr. Know: Memorial Hall’s Virtues, a Tiny House in Pleasant Ridge, and a Vacancy...

The good doctor holds forth on troubling issues, including essential qualities (according to Memorial Hall), a tiny Pleasant Ridge house, and a vacant house near Columbia Parkway.

Editor’s Letter, June 2019: What’s Driving the Rise of the Makers?

Cincinnati has always been a manufacturing town, but there's a new wave of support for entrepreneurship of all kinds, and it's paying off.

Knowing When to Click ‘Unfollow’ on Social Media

I don’t know you, and you don’t know me, and sometimes all the un-knowing of each other isn’t something I want to hold on a tiny screen in my hand.

Dr. Know: Columbia Parkway Landslides, Fountain Square’s Name, and Ringing a Giant Bell

The good doctor holds forth on troubling issues, including Columbia Parkway landslides, Fountain Square's legal name, and the giant bell at St. Frances de Sales Church.

Editor’s Letter, May 2019: A Citizen of the World

Many of the world's cultures are represented in Cincinnati—more than you might think.

Battery Acid Reflux: The Worst Possible Solution for a Car That Won’t Start

The worst possible solution for a car that won’t start.

Dr. Know: Pete Rose’s Home Invisible to Google Maps, Flagging Traffic Deaths, and Too-Loud...

Pete Rose is banned from baseball, but why is he banned from Google Maps? When I try to use the Street View to see...

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