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
18
Neil Armstrong (American astronaut.); 1930-, Space flight to the moon
Grid Pro Quo
23
Interconnected electric power systems, Electricity (Supply and demand), Electric rates
Mia Carruthers
25
Mia Carruthers (American singer.), Taking the stage (Television program)
Dr. Know
26
Religious art, Church decoration and ornament, Television programs (Reality programs), Cincinnatians, Monkeys
Flex Therapy
33
Yoga (Equipment, Rating)
One More Cup of Coffee
63
Jim Knippenberg (American journalist.)
Riding Into the Sunset
64
Laura Pulfer (American newspaper columnist and radio commentator.); 1946-
The Quarterback Calls the Plays
64
Ken Anderson (American football player.)
From Breaking News to Making News
64
Pat Minarcin (American journalist.)
Godfathers of Hip-Hop
64
Ronald Isley (American singer.); 1941-, Rudolph Isley (American singer.); 1939-, O'Kelly Isley (American singer.); 1937-1986, Isley Brothers (Musical group)

Wyoming
38
Cincinnati (Ohio) (Stores)
The Primrose Path
42
Botanical gardens
Your Calling Is Calling
48
Sisters of Charity, Catholic nuns, Church work, Cincinnati (Ohio) (Religion)
Bench Strength
52
Mark P. Painter (American judge); 1947- (Selection and appointment), Ohio Court of Appeals, United Nations Appeals Tribunal, Judges (Selection and appointment)
Tales of a Prodigal Son
58
Jerry Springer (American television talk show host.)
Pucker Up, Buttercup
60
Morganna Roberts (American exotic dancer and so-called "Kissing Bandit" of Major League Baseball.)
Mr. Blackwell Doesn't Go to Washington
60
J. Kenneth Blackwell (American state government official.); 1948-
Keeper of the Pop Culture Flame
60
Dennis R. Barrie (American museum administrator.); 1947-
Captain of the Flying V.
60
Lonnie Mack (American rock and blues guitarist and singer.)
Political Tour Guide
61
Alicia Reece (American state government official.)
Coaching Is in His Blood
62
Sam Wyche (American football player and coach.)
Get Rich Or Die Trying
62
Charles H. Keating (Jr., American real estate developer and financier.)
Battleweary
62
Kathleen Battle (American opera singer.)
Still Doin' The Hustle
62
Larry Flynt (American magazine publisher.)
Hearts Full of Soul
62
Greg Dulli (American singer and guitarist.), Afghan Whigs (Musical group)
Reds Alert
62
Johnny Bench (American baseball player.); 1947-, Barry Larkin (American baseball player.); 1964-, Pete Rose (American baseball player and manager.); 1941-, George Foster (American baseball player.), Dave Concepcion (Venezuelan baseball player.); 1948-, Tony Perez (American baseball player and manager.); 1942-, Ken Griffey (Sr., American baseball player and coach.), Cesar Geronimo (Dominican baseball player.); 1948-, Tom Browning (American baseball player.), Eric Davis (American baseball player.), Paul O'Neill (American baseball player and sportscaster.); 1963-, Rob Dibble (American baseball player and sportscaster.), Cincinnati Reds (Baseball team)
After the Olympic Goldrush
64
Amanda Borden (American gymnast.); 1977-
That Championship Season
64
Oscar Robertson (American basketball player.); 1938-, Jack Twyman (American food industry executive and former basketball player.), Adrian Smith (American basketball player.); 1936-, Cincinnati Royals (Basketball team)
Home Sweet Cell
65
Clay Shrout (American murderer.), Donald Harvey (American hospital attendant and serial killer.), Charles Manson (American murderer.); 1934-, Della Dante Sutorius (American murderer.), A. William Erpenbeck (American real estate developer.), Crime and criminals (History, Cincinnati metropolitan area (Ohio))
Biting the Big Apple
66
Charles Desmarais (American museum administrator.), Brooklyn Museum (Officials)
Funny Girl
66
Julie Hagerty (American actress.); 1955-
No Pop for Me, Thanks
66
Jim Dine (American painter.); 1935-
The Right Stuff
66
Neil Armstrong (American astronaut); 1930- (Interviews)
We Know Where You Are
66
George Clooney (American actor.), Ken Griffey (Jr., American baseball player.), Nick Lachey (American singer.); 1973-, Carmen Electra (American singer, dancer and actress.), Sarah Jessica Parker (American actress.), Antonio Reid (American recording industry producer and executive.), Steven Spielberg (American film director and producer.); 1946-, Andy Williams (American singer.)
Reel Men of Genius
68
Dave Herbert (American television commercial director.), Joe Herbert (American television commercial director.), Super Bowl (Football), Television advertising
Why We Wii
72
Senior centers, Computer games (Therapeutic use), Aged (Recreation), Cincinnati (Ohio) (Recreation)
Directing His Career
78
Todd Louiso (American actor and film director.); 1970-
The Puppet Master
78
Larry Smith (American puppeteer.)
It's Bootsy's, Baby
98
Pedro Rangel (American chef.), Jeff Ruby (American restaurateur.), Cooking, Latin American, Cincinnati (Ohio) (Restaurants)
Hot Dogs Or Haute Dogs?
110
Stadiums (Concessions (Food, etc.)), Baseball, Professional (Economic aspects)
Yes, We're Cant
148
John Boehner (American congressman and Speaker of the House) (Humor, satire, etc), Commencement addresses (Humor, satire, etc)

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