The ghost sign for Beebe & Runyan Furniture Northwest is located at 2014 9th Ave. in Seattle’s Denny Triangle. Now a Cornish College of the Arts building, this was once part of a company whose veritable empire spanned Omaha, Kansas City and Denver.
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.
This massive building on the corner of Howard and South 11th Sts. in downtown Omaha is filled with ghost signage. One side is dedicated to advertising the Fidelity Storage & Van Co. — moving and packing.
The Pinnacle Bank building at 1016 Douglas St. in Omaha, NE is covered in layers of ghost signs, with the “Omaha” sign pictured above being only the boldest, most prominent of the bunch.