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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.Think of Larry Flynt, publisher of Hustler, who made his name fighting Mr.
I remember yelling the news to my mother upstairs, and hearing her groan with sadness.
Now the whole area is boarded up and littered with broken glass.
After the riots in 1968, the two synagogues in our neighborhood packed up and resettled in the pale suburbs.
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.