: this will be amazing, I’m sure. Local Artist Gives Smale Carousel Iconic Touch
: photos from 1933, when Cincinnati’s Art Deco gem of a train station was being built. Union Terminal: Construction
: some of these totally make sense to me; some, not so much. 24 Reasons You Should Stop Underestimating Ohio
: if you only read one of my suggested links this week, please make it this one. On Spike Lee & Hyper-Gentrification, the Monster That Ate New York
: the bizarre tale of a corporately-funded artists’ commune in Brooklyn, “dedicated to selling the borough’s image beyond its borders.” Brooklyn Is Now Officially Over: The Ascendance of Brooklyn, the Lifestyle, Above All Else
: this reminds me that I haven’t visited Pittsburgh in years; it’s long overdue. The Innovation Ecosystem Built on Pittsburgh’s Steel Skeleton
: just that. The Class Of 2014: The New Mayors Who Are Building the Future of America’s Cities
I spotted this barely legible Quaker Oats ghost sign on the corner of Edmonson Ave. and North Mount St. in Baltimore. I’ll take a row house with a side of ghost signage, please and thank you.
iSPYCINCY recently published the article , and yours truly was one of the interviewees. As someone who grew up in Brooklyn and now lives in Over-the-Rhine, I’m glad that I got to weigh in, though answering the questions was tougher than I’d expected. OTR Is to Williamsburg as Northside Is to Bushwick
Something about a dentist… I spotted this ghost sign in Kansas City, MO on East Truman St. between Prospect and Montgall Aves. Actually, the best part of this find is the amazing building that houses the old signage!
Designed in 1917 by the prominent Denver architecture firm
Fisher & Fisher and located in the mountains just outside of Denver, the Boettcher Mansion was constructed of native grey stone and timber, much of it taken from the site.
March 3, 2014
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: tonight is Final Friday in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati and this review from last month is a great peek into the goings-on at the Final Friday at Pendleton Art Center Pendleton.
: short answer: spending the rest of your life on a bus, waiting to vote. What Would Moving Hamilton County BOE Mean for Those Without Cars?
: Cincinnati, Ohio National Geographic takes in the local sights and flavors.
: “Consider the smell of freshly cut grass. The echo of Golden Retrievers barking. A pleasant afternoon chat with your neighbor. Or, alternately, the ever-present smell of garbage, the blaring of sirens, and the aggravation that seems to come with even the smallest of errands.” Why I Miss the Suburbs
: side-by-side comparisons of NYC streets and scenes then and now. NYC Grid: Before and After
: “Mixing old and new buildings is a difficult art. Get it right and it is thrilling; get it wrong and history will condemn you.” Is Modern Architecture Vandalism?
: click bait, but funny. Here Is a Map of Every State’s Favorite Band
Toys! Souvenirs! Home needs! What? This ghost sign for the Ben Franklin Store is located on 7th St. in Rapid City, SD between St. Joseph and Main Sts.