Cincinnati vs. the World 10.09.2013

Not too hot, not too cold, just right: A Russian bear broke into a couple’s Siberian country cottage and instead of eating them, it devoured an entire pot of borscht. WORLD +1

Chris Seelbach paid $1,218 out-of-pocket to dismiss a costly, unfounded COAST lawsuit alleging the councilman’s misuse of funds for a May trip to Washington, D.C., when he accepted a national award for successfully championing LGBT change in Cincinnati. CINCINNATI -2

A nice billionaire couple probably totally unaffected by the government shutdown donated $10 million to Head Start programs across the country to help low-income families care for and educate their preschoolers. WORLD +2

When a school district in Fairfax, Va., switched from the now-notorious “pink slime” burgers to 100-percent beef, the students complained so much about the look and taste that the district recently reverted back to additive-laden patties. WORLD -1

The Cincinnati Salvation Army has earned almost $50,000 in grant funding to support anti-human trafficking efforts. CINCINNATI +1

Not too hot, not too cold, just right: A Russian bear broke into a couple’s Siberian country cottage and instead of eating them, it devoured an entire pot of borscht. WORLD +1

THIS WEEK:
CINCINNATI  -1, WORLD +2

TO DATE:
CINCINNATI -32, WORLD -72

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