Jerry Springer’s song about saving Union Terminal

Late last month a story I wrote ran in The Post that outlines serious plans – presented through the publication of a report that cost more than $800,000 to produce – to spend several million dollars both rehabilitating and preserving Cincinnati’s most recognizable landmark, Union Terminal. On top of the important preservation work, part of […]

Qualls for mayor? Web domain registered

Former Cincinnati Mayor Roxanne Qualls said the fact that she registered should be no indication that she is actually considering a run for that office. It’s just precautionary – so that no one else can get that domain name, create a hoax or derogatory Web site and confuse voters. Qualls’ City Council Web site […]

Skip Prosser dies

UPDATE:  Prosser, 56, died have jogging, but not while jogging. Funeral arrangements have been set. Mass of Christian Burial will happen at Wake Forest. Burial will be Saturday in Cincinnati. Former Xavier University head basketball coach and current coach at Wake University Skip Prosser collapsed while jogging this morning and was taken to Wake Forest […]

Bob Evans to be made into “special edition” sausage links

Restaurateur Bob Evans died yesterday at age 89, which got me thinking. With all the delicious sausage he ate in his long lifetime, he’d probably taste pretty good. Couple that with my love of satire (hey, Onion, hire me), I thought maybe it would be a swell idea to turn the farmer-turned-diner owner into special […]

SCPA’s new building becoming more of a reality

For months now a deal to move Cincinnati’s award-winning School for Creative and Performing Arts to the parking lot between the Central Parkway YMCA and Media Bridges in Over-the-Rhine has been touch and go. Though few have talked about it publicly, sources have told me everything from it’s a done deal to it would never […]