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Then as now, Cincinnati's West Side was German Catholic, the East Side vaguely WASP, with plenty of blacks and Jews in the middle.

We didn't know from the West Side, and vice versa.

In 1968 I was 9 years old and heard on the radio that someone named Martin Luther King had been shot.

I remember yelling the news to my mother upstairs, and hearing her groan with sadness.

We lived -- my parents still live -- in North Avondale, a liberal paradise, as I've come to realize.

It was lower- to upper-middle-class and black and white, with subtle boundaries, to be sure -- but we all went together to elementary school and played in each other's backyards and basements.

The neighborhood's commercial strip was trashed and never really recovered -- Newark or Detroit in miniature.

The Weston Art Gallery Archive and Library is an active collection documenting the presenting program of the Cincinnati Arts Association's Alice F. The Archive's mission is to increase the longevity and awareness of their artistic output and to promote the critical understanding of their work and the Cincinnati arts community.

It tracks the artistic careers of more than 800 artists, curators, designers, and performers who have been associated with the Weston since its founding in 1995.

His inflexibility helps make Cincinnati the ideal launching pad for a career of notoriety.

Shock the bourgeoisie in my hometown and the rebound might land you in the big time.

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