The Cincinnati Anthology: this comes out next month and includes a submission by yours truly; pre-order your copy now.
10 Things You Might Not Know about the Cincinnati Music Hall: fascinating trivia about one of my favorite buildings.
Cincinnati Subway Tunnel Entrances: just that, in video form.
The Death of the Neighborhood Restaurant: “In Manhattan, the economics of entrées under $25 don’t add up anymore.”
Spring is in the Air: Planning Our Next Snacking Garden: this is a really cool idea for getting kids to garden and eat better.
Oliver Schau’s Street Furniture: awesome public seating in Hamburg.
Guy Walks around Tokyo Backward, This Is What the Footage Looks Like Played in Reverse: WTF.
Code Name: Presidential Indiscretion: Cincinnati’s own BombShells celebrated Yarn Bomb Day with some fun in Piatt Park downtown.
The History of 1220 Vine Street: Digging Cincinnati History explores an Over-the-Rhine building.
Interstate 71/75 Sign Warns of Zombies: briefly, a sign near Florence read “Nightly lane closures, zombies ahead.”
Charley Harper: June 25-September 11, 2011: the exhibit opens this weekend at Der Kunstverein in Hamburg.
One Night | One Craft: at the Contemporary Arts Center, DIY sessions for grown-ups every Monday night. Check us out on 18 Jul!
Urban Camping: Staten Island: as always, Nathan Kensinger shares some fascinating photos.
Let Your Garden Grow: 7th House on the Left likes our seed bombs!
Whoa, feast your eyes on these illustrations for a 1957 calendar. Designed by the German creative duo of Sigrid and Hans Lammle, the illustrations depict a candy-colored Hamburg. When can I move in?