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Betty also said her husband was armed and ready for any strangers nearing our cul-de-sac.
Downtown Cincinnati has had its troubles, but it never became a ghost town.
The department stores closed, but hotels and a convention center and a lovely addition to the public library were built.
I often think that Marge Schott, who shocked everyone with her pro-Hitler remarks a few years back when she still owned the Cincinnati Reds, most likely came by her ideas innocently in a community so sealed off that the views of the 1930's German Bund went unchallenged.
Traditions lazily persist in Cincinnati, some for the better, some for the worse.