Elsewhere

Get off Sidewalk, Other Red Bike Lessons: just some thoughts on Cincinnati’s new bike-sharing program.

Can Cleveland Ever Be the New Brooklyn?: my answer is no, and why would it want to?

How Artists Can Fight Back Against Cities That Are Taking Advantage of Them: just that, coming out of Seattle.

The Fading Distinction Between City and Suburb: “As high-income people return to cities and urban neighborhoods, they bring much of their suburban lifestyle with them.” Food for thought!

New York 1976: Cab-Driving in the Artistic Heart of the Universe: amazing trip back in time.

Historic Train Stations (As Seen on Instagram): awesome eye candy, from NYC to Omaha and many points in between.

You Can Buy This Entire Tropical Island Paradise for LESS than a NYC Apartment: it’s true.

Elsewhere

Historic Brewery Demo ‘Would Be a Terrible Loss’: the Bavarian Brewing Co. in Covington, KY is at risk.

Businesses Get Custom Made Signs: Cincinnati’s CoSign works its magic on Covington businesses.

Put Back the Hole into the Fence on the Davis Sq. Bike Path: in my old stomping ground of Cambridge, MA, a petition to break something that was recently fixed, as well as the city’s response.

Federal Judge Rules Detroit Residents Have No “fundamental right” to Water: sliding toward the Third World, I guess.

‘Hi, Do You Have Water?’ In Central Calif., the Answer Is Often No: more on water.

Silicon Valley’s Newest Dating App Is ‘Tinder Without the Poor People’: also from California, “With the rise of high-speed digital dating, it’s about time somebody introduced a filter to weed out low-income prospects by neighborhood.”

Notes for Things to Not Forget: a lovely read from Walkers in the City.