The ghost sign for Yong’s Liquors & Groceries is located on South Monroe St. between Frederick Ave. and South Lombard St. in Baltimore, just a few blocks west of Union Square Park.
You Might Pack Up Everything and Move to Cincinnati After Watching This: you won’t, but it’s a cute little video.
Last of the Urban Horsemen: on the horse-and-carriage industry in NYC.
‘Cool’ London Is Dead, and the Rich Kids Are to Blame: “houses in Mayfair are now bitcoins for oligarchs.”
Completely Surreal Photos of America’s Abandoned Malls: absolutely bizarre places, abandoned or not.
Ghost Signs Aficionados Survey: if you like ghost signs as much as I do, become part of this research project that “explores how people in changing urban neighbourhoods seek to retain their connection to local places, including how they use online/mobile devices to do this.”
The town of Colorado Springs boasts a public park almost four times the size of NYC’s Central Park. What! The land was given to the city in 1909 by the children of Charles Perkins, who had wanted to ensure that the land would be open to the public forever.
Spotted in downtown Savannah, on the edge of Franklin Park at Congress St. — I think this ghost sign says Belford Wholesale Grocers. What do you think?