Art on Our Walls: Cincinnati Re-adventure show off their Over-the-Rhine Anagram print, newly acquired from our studio.

The Plot Unthickens: if all movies shot or set in NYC had to show the shiny side of the Big Apple, the world might have ended up with The Returning of Pelham 1-2-3 With New Brake Shoes and All the Graffiti Cleaned Off and The Godfather Part IV: Turns Out There’s No Such Thing as the Mafia – Whew!

Kubideh Kitchen: Pittsburgh-based Conflict Kitchen is a take-out restaurant that only serves cuisine from countries with which the United States is in conflict, starting with its first iteration, an Iranian restaurant called Kubideh Kitchen.

Putting Parking in Its Proper Place: The Urbanophile provides an interesting analysis of parking in downtown Buffalo.

Making Policy Public: Vendor Power!: artist Candy Chang, the Center for Urban Pedagogy and the Street Vendor Project attempt to demystify the regulations of street vending in New York City.

Assisted Suicide Billboard Lands in San Francisco: “My Life, My Death, My Choice.”

Celebrating the Short, Sweet Ride of Freedomland: celebrating the 50-year anniversary of a long-since-gone USA-themed amusement park in the Bronx.


3 thoughts on “Elsewhere

  1. While I might not agree with the politics of the Conflict Kitchen proprietors, I love the concept. It seems like a good way of de-demonizing our government’s enemies. Kinda like an anti “freedom fries” thing…
    I think cities in rust belt states should promote themselves for war/apocalypse films just so the movie companies can foot the bill for blowing up & demolishing some of our old abandoned factories.

  2. thanks for the blog love! I bought some of your seed bombs for a friend last Christmas, and a print of yours for another friend for her birthday recently…. I love your stuff, so the least I could do is promote your stuff! Plus I love that you love Cincinnati. 🙂 Keep up the good work!

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