From June 2002 until February 2004, Arie Vandenberg, founder and chief operating officer of ArtSpike, struggled to put out his bi-weekly publication. While it was never a financial success, it had a loyal following who viewed it as an outlet for the visual arts, creative writing, poetry and opinion.
Archive for July 2006
Lies and innuendo aren’t GOP values, at least not after Republicans are caught using them.
The Ohio Republican Party fired one of its top staffers Thursday for sending a mass e-mail that questioned the sexual orientation of Democratic gubernatorial candidate U.S. Rep. Ted Strickland and his wife.
It’s about raising money, stupid.
James Carville, the bombastic Democratic political strategist and Friend of Bill, will be the featured speaker at a lunch and reception Monday for Cincinnati City Councilman John Cranley. Cranley is challenging GOP incumbent Steve Chabot for the 1st Congressional District seat.
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory and prominent class-action attorney Stan Chesley teamed up this week to raise $140,000 in private donations to keep city swimming pools open this summer.
I have to say that I’m impressed at Lopez Obrador’s response to the recent Mexican elections.