Friday, May 16, 2008

One Step For Man....One Giant Leap For ManKind

Yesturday, California legislature over turned it's ban on same sex marriage.

Here are the candidate's reactions:

Big O's Campaign:

"Barack Obama has always believed that same-sex couples should enjoy equal rights under the law, and he will continue to fight for civil unions as President. He respects the decision of the California Supreme Court, and continues to believe that states should make their own decisions when it comes to the issue of marriage."

Missy C's Campain:

"Hillary Clinton believes that gay and lesbian couples in committed relationships should have the same rights and responsibilities as all Americans and believes that civil unions are the best way to achieve this goal. As President, Hillary Clinton will work to ensure that same sex couples have access to these rights and responsibilities at the federal level. She has said and continues to believe that the issue of marriage should be left to the states."

That Other Guy's Campaign:

"John McCain supports the right of the people of California to recognize marriage as a unique institution sanctioning the union between a man and a woman, just as he did in his home state of Arizona. John McCain doesn’t believe judges should be making these decisions."

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

What Bummer of a Sunday

Unfortunately, I did not make it down the Second Sundays on Main this past Sunday. I was planning on setting up a booth, but my supervisor did not authorize it due to the crappy weather that was forcasted.

No matter, there will be other Sundays.

Thursday, May 08, 2008

Second Sundays On Main Is Back!

Cooking demonstrations, giveaways, entertainment, produce market and more. Come check out my booth.

Free prizes from my booth if you mention my blog!

Type of event: Holiday - Mother's Day

Where: Main Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone: 513-241-2690
Get directions

Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Rare Sights of the City

Last evening, a group of residents were treated to a unobtrusive tour of the Old Woodward High school Building, current home of the School for Creative and Performing Arts. Along the tour, we learned a lot about the fascinating history of the building.

The highlight of the tour was the view seldom seen views from the roof of the spectacular building. Good thing I brought my camera.