Ohio Fall Color Report: a very cool tool.
Superman License Plate Unveiled This Morning: as if Ohio’s numerous vanity license plates weren’t enough, now you can get one featuring Superman.
Long Weekend: Pittsburgh: written by Cincinnati’s own Grace Dobush.
deTour to Manhattan Society Queen’s Court: architectural grandeur and eye candy in Lexington.
Tyree Guyton: Faces of God on Fire: the first solo NYC exhibit by the artist behind Detroit’s famous Heidelberg Project opens on Thursday at the CUE Art Foundation.
Atlanta for Design Lovers: adding Atlanta to my bucket list.
Playing with Art: The Isamu Noguchi Playscape: this Atlanta playground, designed by sculptor Isamu Noguchi, is an Atlanta must-see.
For All It Has to Offer, Cincinnati Deserves Another Look: comparing Over-the-Rhine’s Findlay Market to Boston’s Faneuil Hall is a bit LOLtastic, but the love from Lexington is much appreciated.
The Edible Hut: a new community gathering space with a living, edible roof and oculus to the sky in Detroit’s Osborn neighborhood [online fundraiser ends today].
Odessa: Vanished: I’m so glad that I ate one last dinner at this NYC institution before its recent closure.
New Photos of Renovations in the Abandoned Loew’s Kings Theater in Brooklyn: on the other end of the urban spectrum, an old movie theater is being given a new lease on life as a performance venue.
China’s German Ghost City: all about Anting German Town, a development on the outskirts of Shanghai.
Case Study Houses: Then and Now: tons of eye candy for fans of Modern architecture.
Abandoned House in the Woods Taken over by Wild Animals: what!
Last summer, Jonathan Queen worked with a team of ArtWorks apprentices on the creation of a photorealistic mural entitled Fresh Harvest, located on the side of Kroger HQ on Central Parkway in downtown Cincinnati.
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