Manage episode 285428475 series 1063414
Our panel discussed local music through the lens of Black History Month, snowplow special treatment, and Cincinnatians stuck in the Texas blackout.
Next, I-Team reporter Dan Monk and Lucy May discuss their report on an out-of-town landlord whose Avondale property casts a spotlight on the inadequacies of the region’s pandemic-stressed housing market after receiving a “Notice of Civil Offense” alleging they failed to comply with building-code orders to repair heating and hot-water problems in a 25-unit apartment building.
- Cincinnati hip-hop 'artivist' is building on foundation created by pioneering blues singer
- Lounge Acts presents a Black History Month mixtape
- Two years after Route X: Do city leaders get their streets plowed first?
- Former WCPO anchor Clyde Gray describes being caught in devastating Texas snowstorm
- I-Team: City of Cincinnati fines out-of-town landlord for problems at Avondale apartment complex
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1. Panel (00:04:14)
2. Tri-State tenants face no heat and evictions during pandemic-stressed housing market (00:21:49)