Cincinnati Magazine

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Cincinnati Magazine taps into the DNA of the city, exploring shopping, dining, living, and culture and giving readers a ringside seat on the issues shaping the region.
  

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Contents

Letter from the Editor
26
Swearing
Correction
28
A Mall and the Right Visitors
31
Tower Center Mall (Cincinnati, Ohio), Shopping centers (Finance), Cincinnati (Ohio) (Stores)
Jamie Cobb
34
Jamie Cobb (American cheerleader and dancer.), University of Cincinnati (Sports), Dance teams
Dr. Know
36
The Itinerary: 'tis the Season
54
Children and Christmas, Cincinnati (Ohio) (Description and travel)
Don't Be a Jerk
60
Supervisors (Attitudes), Jerks (Persons), Bullying in the workplace
Home of the Brave
70
John Kollie (Sierra Leonean refugee and construction worker) (Homes and haunts), Habitat for Humanity Inc, Refugees, African, Cincinnati (Ohio) (Housing)
Best of the City
76
Cincinnati (Ohio) (Description and travel)
The Ballad of Chuck and Lisa
98
Chuck Cleaver (American singer and songwriter.), Lisa Cleaver (American singer and songwriter.), Wussy (Musical group)

Know Your Vermin
40
Bed bugs (Control), Head lice (Control), Pubic lice (Control)
Gifts Our Sister Cities Gave Us
42
Sister Cities International, Sister cities (Gifts, contributions, etc)
254 Greendale Ave
48
Real estate business (Ohio), Cincinnati (Ohio) (Historic houses, sites, etc), Clifton (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Clifton
50
Clifton (Cincinnati, Ohio), Cincinnati (Ohio) (Stores), Ludlow Avenue (Cincinnati, Ohio)
A New Dog's Tricks
182
Mary Swortwood (American chef and restaurateur.), Restaurants (Environmental aspects), Cincinnati (Ohio) (Restaurants)
Breakfast in Bed
202
Gourmet (Periodical), Breakfasts, Cooking by children
Jazz Hands
220
William Menefield (American pianist and composer) (Interviews)
Say Anything
224
Celebrities (Humor, satire, etc), United States (Politics and government, Humor, satire, etc)

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