‘GMA’ to Visit Fountain Square Monday: Good Morning America is coming to Cincinnati.
Revitalizing Neighborhoods: Over-the-Rhine: this would be a better, more accurate article if it weren’t basically a compendium of Wikipedia quotes. Still, thanks for the OTR love, Jacksonville.
When Getting Directions, It Helps to Know Where the Fig Tree Was: in Costa Rica, “where the streets have no name,” literally.
Who’s Your City?: Lincoln, Nebraska unveils a new brand accompanied by a generic promotional video.
New Club Atlantis, MegaWhirl Ride Open in Coney Island: Amusing the Zillion reviews Brooklyn’s new Coney Island attractions.
Everything Old Is New Again: New York Lost and Found does the same, but with a bunch of kids.
For Sale (on eBay!): A Tuscan Village: just that.
The 50 Greatest Pop Songs Recorded in Cincinnati: just that.
Chattanoogans Help Pull Off ‘Intervention’ in Detroit: Michael worked with Create Here on this intervention as part of the Roosevelt Park Revival in Detroit.
In the Evening: a blow-by-blow explanation of the East Village, Alphabet City and Times Square locations in the 1984 video for In the Evening by Sheryl Lee Ralph.
How To See New York’s Secret City Hall Subway Stop: OMFG!
Scuba Diving – New Jersey & Long Island New York: not as random as you might think — these scuba divers get to check out Redbirds, the old MTA subway cars, and take lots of crazy photos of their findings.
The Food Project: a Lincoln, MA-based organization that produces healthy food for area residents and provides youth leadership opportunities.
EV Transitions: blog documenting moments and changes in the East Village.