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.

Cincinnati Times-Star Building by Samuel Hannaford & Sons

Cincinnati Times-Star Building by Samuel Hannaford & Sons

Located at 800 Broadway in downtown Cincinnati, the old Times-Star Building by Samuel Hannaford & Sons opened its doors in 1933. The 16-story limestone building features an Art Deco fa├žade that pays tribute to the printing and publishing businesses.
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Elsewhere

Cincinnati 2012: how lovely to end the year with a time lapse showing downtown, Over-the-Rhine and much more.

How to Have Your Heart Broken Every Year: on the perils of gardening in Over-the-Rhine.

Paige’s Favorite Things: wow, we’re in a great company in this roundup of Cincinnati-centric goods, courtesy of Cincy Whimsy.

Habitat for Humanity Takes a Modern Tack: inspiring homes built in Charlottesville, Seattle and Portland.

The Oldest Photo Ever Taken of New York City: a daguerreotype of the Upper West Side from 1848.

Strong Towns: “passionate about the future of America’s cities, towns and neighborhoods.”

Unmiserable Cleveland: just that.