If you’re in the Cincinnati area and planning an upcoming wedding or other celebration, you should check out Junk in the Trunk this Sunday at 915 Monmouth in Newport to purchase hand-crafted accessories and gently used wedding decor. Each VIP goodie bag will include a pouch of our Exotic Herbs seed bombs, and every attendee will receive a discount code for our personalized seed bomb favors.
The side of the old George Schwartz Germania Hall in Savannah is filled with overlapping ghost signs, but I can only make out snippets — George Schwartz Germania Hall, Duke’s Mixture, and Royal Blue [and then possibly] Shoe.
Here Are the 43,634 Properties in Detroit That Were on the Brink of Foreclosure This Year: a fascinating photo mosaic.
Stop Telling Women to Smile: a fantastic public art series by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh that addresses gender-based street harassment. See also, “Smile, girl, it ain’t that bad.”
Shot from the Gut: photos from the streets of New York.
An Abandoned Mall in Bangkok Has Been Overtaken by Fish: exactly what the headline says.
Designed by Hannaford & Procter and completed in 1878, Music Hall is located at 1241 Elm St. and acts as the home for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Opera, May Festival Chorus, and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. It has just been named one of the most endangered historic places by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
We’re honored to have some of our handmade products included in a One Kings Lane event called It’s Hot Out There [and it is!]. This special sale ends Friday morning at 11am EST and features planters, bird feeders, potting benches, and a selection of our seed bombs, garden kits and bundles of natural fire starter.
I spotted the ghost sign for Downing Displays Inc. on Henry St. between Haver and Hazen Alleys in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati. The front of this building is on West McMicken Ave., currently housing Volunteers of America, next to the [former] Apex Furniture Manufacturing Company building.