Elsewhere

Race St. Has a View: in downtown Cincinnati, the old skywalk to nowhere is now gone.

The Benn Pitman House: a gorgeous Cincinnati home once owned by the founder of Phonetic Shorthand in the US and the first official stenographer for the US government, who built intricate furniture in his spare time.

How to Grow Your Business through Holiday Gifts: kind words about our promotional seed bombs for TalentGrow.

Decorated Houses Help Save a Detroit Neighborhood: Tyree Guyton’s Heidelberg Project gets some well-deserved love.

Art Deco Weekend: this weekend in Miami Beach, “celebrating the Art Deco era in Florida’s quincentennial.”

A Look Below the Surface in Gentrifying Crown Heights: “I still think there‚Äôs a better and more ethical way to get from a broken down, crime-ridden, drug-ridden neighborhood to a place that is safe and enjoyable for everyone while still maintaining a sense of community ownership.”

There Is Now a Literal Map of Brooklyn’s Gentrification: just that.

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4 thoughts on “Elsewhere

  1. I just read about the new liquor store downtown! The whole alcohol-procuring situation was so weird to me when we first moved to Cincinnati, especially that diluted booze you can find in supermarkets and drugstores. My out-of-town friends laughed when I told them about it.

  2. Liquor laws in Ohio are insane and they used to be insaner. You guys probably don’t remember 3.2 beer & when Sunday sales were only in a few places. I remember trying to explain it to a British guy a long time ago. He had to laugh.

  3. Some of that is still the case. I see diluted hard liquor in drugstores and smaller supermarkets and, on Sundays, I think the only place you can buy beer and wine in the basin is the Vine St. Kroger. CVS and Walgreen’s have them out in the open, but they can’t be sold.

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