Spotted in downtown Cincinnati: what’s an areaway, and what exactly constitutes “improper behavior” in it? So many questions…
We’re honored that a few of our photos are included in The Typographic Universe: Letterforms Found in Nature, the Built World and Human Imagination by Steven Heller and Gail Anderson, published by Thames & Hudson.
10 Must-See ArtWorks Murals in Cincinnati: just that.
An Outsider at the Crossroads: a fascinating account of moving to East Flatbush, deep in the heart of Brooklyn.
Loew’s Kings Theatre In Brooklyn Will Reopen Next Year: fantastic photos of the Loew’s restoration.
Urbanicide in All Good Faith: not sure how I feel about this anti-UNESCO rant, but it’s an interesting read.
The People Designing Your Cities Don’t Care What You Want. They’re Planning for Hipsters.: an article summed up well by its headline.
Krijn de Koning Builds Colourful Architectural Structures at Turner Contemporary: awesome, colorful and gorgeous.
Every State in the USA, Ranked by Its Beer: for fans of maps and/or beer.
I walk past the St. Louis Church all the time — it’s located at 29 East 8th St. in downtown Cincinnati. A couple of weeks ago, I finally wandered inside. Wow, that was long overdue!
UC Professor’s Project Is Labor of Love: tonight in the DeSales Corner parking lot, a free screening of films about some residents of Walnut Hills, Cincinnati.
Giant Robot Returns to Downtown Cincinnati: Nam June Paik’s Metrobot returns on 10 Sep 2014!
Gentrification, Inc.: if you’d like to know how the machine operates, read this.
Baltimore Gets a Giant Bus Stop Shaped Like the Word ‘Bus’: exactly what the title says, and the results are pretty awesome.
New York Has Nine Starbucks for Every Square Mile in Manhattan: you don’t even have to read the article, just the title.
Impressive Photos of the Detroit Masonic Temple: apparently it’s the largest in the world.