Tuesday, November 21, 2017

[Fading Advertisements] The Winslow's Next Door Neighbor

Unlike a lot of the fading advertisements seen on this site and in the book, this one isn't still promoting a business long after it's gone. Rather, the arrow directs passersby to where they can find Ollie's Trolley hawking excellent burgers and a selection of other southern comfort foods ranging from ribs to deep fried fish. Still, the mural/advertisement is fading a bit and I photographed it recently for another project, but thought it was worth a mention here specifically because of its details.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Where Race St. Ends (For Now)

Race St. runs from the northern point of Cincinnati's Over-The-Rhine neighborhood all the way to the riverfront where it abruptly ends at a concrete barrier...

...for now.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

The Alignment of Cincinnati and Covington

If you were blissfully unaware of Midwestern georgraphy, you might look across at Covington from Cincinnati and assume it's all one big city, an urban street grid not separated by a river and state borders. That's now how it is, but here's the story of how Covington and Cincinnati physically aligned and continue to do so, with old ways of thinking still found today.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Riverfront Stadium/Cinergy Field Implosion from Mt. Adams

Nearly 15 years later, a perspective of an historic Cincinnati event retrieved from family video archives.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Swoon at The CAC

Also known as Swoon, Caledonia Curry is a renown street artist. For the moment, her work is on display within Cincinnati's Contemporary Arts Center and on its streets.