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  1. From the Copy DeskRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Good late morning readers! It's time to take another look at the Words Nobody Uses or Knows in this week's issue and the general absurdities of the English language. I once spent a lot of time in Columbus teaching largely illiterate adults how to read and write English.

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  2. Morning News and StuffRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Hey y'all. Here's a brief rundown of the news this morning before I have to fly out the door to cover a few things.

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  3. Late Night GoodbyesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    As the year comes to a close, Stephen Colbert and Craig Ferguson prepare to step down from their respective longtime late-night spots. comes to a bittersweet end this week as Colbert prepares for next year's big gig.

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  4. The Future of Contemporary at Cincinnati Art MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    In my September interview with new Cincinnati Art Museum Director Cameron Kitchin, he discussed the role of that institution in collecting and displaying Contemporary art in addition to other issues. I saved that topic for this second Big Picture column devoted to that interview.

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  5. Pressing ImperfectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    The shop uses a vintage letterpress, a type of relief printing machine that was used from its invention by Johannes Gutenberg in the 15th century until around the mid-20th century, when it was replaced by modern printing techniques. Steam Whistle is now selling its main card line nationally after receiving a great reception at New York's National Stationery Show, and Stuparyk also was a runner-up in ArtWorks' Big Pitch competition.

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  6. Better Than Bar FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    At least one feature seems notably different, however: Northside's changes are happening without many people calling them "gentrification." It's more of an organic transformation of the places that have long given the neighborhood a somewhat Bohemian charm, with a small but noticeable move toward more upscale offerings.

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  7. Reality for the HolidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    After Saturday's hometown Christmas show, Over the Rhine will return to work on a new venue/recording facility. - Photo: Provided ith Blood Oranges in the Snow , Over the Rhine treats the Christmas album as a major artistic statement that questions the holiday's celebratory nature as much as it acknowledges it.

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  8. "...And Justice for All?"Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    I used to joke with a black woman I worked with at Cincinnati Magazine that "racial strife makes me sleepy," during Barack Obama's run-up to the Democratic primary when white supremacy was rearing its ugly head for the long haul. I am not tired of being black - whatever that means to The Looker - just exhausted to my bones by what blackness becomes when it's folded into blacks and the police, blacks and judges, blacks who are judges and blacks and jury verdicts.

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  9. Worst Week Ever!: Dec. 11-17Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Merry Christmas. Happy holidays. No matter what or how you celebrate this time of year, one binding factor is that every child we are related to is going to expect lots of gifts and they're going to be expensive and probably only played with or used for a few weeks before being forgotten.

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  10. Pileup at the MorgueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Sammarco ticks off a laundry list of problems the office has been struggling with for the past few years: too little space; too little staff; vehicles so old they're sometimes out on maintenance when they're needed to pick up bodies; pipes full of autopsy debris backing up under the building; body coolers and ventilation equipment malfunctioning. You know how you can't use a space heater and blow dryer at the same time in an old house without tripping a breaker? The crime lab has the same problem, only with its expensive and vital DNA analysis equipment, Sammarco says.

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  11. Change A Comin'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Once home to a historic mansion, the former Christy's & Lenhardt's site will soon be a new mixed-use development. - Photo: Nick Swartsell iving in the eclectic older houses in Clifton Heights alongside well-established homeowners and non-student renters has long been a rite of passage for many University of Cincinnati students, a lifestyle charming enough that some stay on and become deeply invested in the neighborhood.

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  12. Cincinnati Entertainment Award Nominees for 2015 AnnouncedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    For the past 18 years, CityBeat has hosted the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards , a celebration of local music. The nominees for this year's CEAs are another mix of veteran acts and newcomers, collectively exemplifying just how wonderful and eclectic the Greater Cincinnati music scene continues to be.

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  13. Crawford Family to File Lawsuit Over Police ShootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    The family of John Crawford III , the 22-year-old Fairfield man a Beavercreek police officer shot Aug. 5 in a Walmart, is filing a lawsuit against Beavercreek Police Chief Dennis Evers, officers Sean Williams and David Darkow and the Walmart corporation, the family's lawyers announced today via a news release. Officer Williams shot Crawford, a Fairfield resident who grew up in Cincinnati, in the Walmart after another customer, Ronald Ritchie, called 911 to report a man loading a gun and pointing it at customers in the store.

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  14. MusicNOW Announces 2015 LineupRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    The annual MusicNOW festival, founded by Cincinnati native and guitarist for Indie Rock superstars The National, returns to various venues in Over-the-Rhine this March for a celebration of the festival's 10 successful years. The event will utilize Music Hall and Memorial Hall , as well as the new Woodward Theater .

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  15. Call Board: Theater NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Actors Sought: If you're an actor looking for an unusual afternoon this week, the Cincinnati Police S.W.A.T. team invites you to volunteer for a training event on Tuesday from noon to 3 p.m. at a location near downtown. Officer Tim Eppstein wrote this in his announcement: "Volunteers will play characters in S.W.A.T.-type situations that may include hostage situations, barricaded individuals and suicidal individuals.

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  16. Tape Shows Police Harshly Interrogating John Crawford's GirlfriendRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    You can read The Guardian 's story and watch the video here . Police shot Crawford, a 22-year-old from Fairfield, in a Beavercreek Walmart after he was sighted carrying a pellet gun he picked up, unpackaged, from a shelf in the store.

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  17. Stage Door: A Weekend of Holiday TheaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    This weekend affords you numerous chances to see a holiday show. A Christmas Carol at the Playhouse has been drawing crowds for 24 seasons, and it's worth seeing .

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  18. Seelbach Proposes Protecting the Homeless Under Hate Crime LawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    A proposed city ordinance could add homeless people to groups protected by hate crime laws, making Cincinnati one of just three cities to do so. The proposal by Councilman Chris Seelbach could add up to 180 days in extra jail time for those convicted of crimes against people because they don't have homes.

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  19. Cincinnati Art Museum to Host MetaModern ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    'Narcissus' by Edgar Orlaineta. Two LCW chairs , steel cables Courtesy Sara Meltzer, New York A Edgar Orlaineta 2002 - Photo courtesy of Krannert Art Museum Delving into Modernism's relationship to today's Contemporary artists, Cincinnati Art Museum in 2016 will present the traveling show MetaModern.

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  20. From the Copy DeskRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Well, we're in the thick of the holiday season. There's Christmas decor and Christmas music in every store and the expectation to attend holiday office parties, secret Santa games and family get-togethers.

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