Brighton Arts District: Then and Now: an extensive survey of the Cincinnati neighborhood from Aeqai.

Drop Inn Center Today: Over-the-Rhine’s Drop Inn Center now has a blog.

Finding Nighthawks: Jeremiah’s Vanishing New York searches for the diner that Edward Hopper’s painting Nighthawks made famous. This is a quest in four parts thus far: one, two, three, and four.

Public Art Makes a Spectacle of Itself: exciting public art happening in LA.

Ceramic Planter or Seed Bombs?: seed bomb love in Boston!

Seed Bombs: Pacific Northwest seed bomb love from Outblush.

Blue Daisies (Guest Curated by Losa Baker): Shop Etsy likes our West Coast seed bombs.


2 thoughts on “Elsewhere

  1. Brighton – a couple tids.
    I remember the Renick name because of the statue, I guess she was involved in a good bit more.
    Initially, the city didn’t want the statue. They said they would only be interested if someone outside the city were interested. Raw Courage. A group in Chicago recognized the work & Cincinnati said, well….. ok.
    The Brighton Approach referred to as the Brighton Viaduct in the article was in miserable shape in the mid 80s. It kinda freaked me out crossing it on a bicycle. The city planned on demolishing it. I guess Ms Renick helped save that. Getting rid of that strip of sidewalk so people could get through from Central Ave to Central Parkway was a no brainer. I can’t believe it was like that in the first place. Well, I dunno.
    The Approach hosted a trolley in olden times.

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