Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Porkopolis Square

Towers of steel and concrete, architectural traditions that symbolized Americana and became milestones of culture and history. Porkopolis Square began rising where a parking garage once stood. Destined to become the city's tallest skyscraper, it would soon surpass the iconic Carew Tower in height. Anxiously, the citizens and passersby watched from various vantage points as the tower began rising.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Ruins, Revitalization and Rust on the Riverfront.

A collection of photographs from an afternoon on the Cincinnati Riverfront with references to 1988 and 1993.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Opening Day 2010

Last year's opening day the visiting New York Mets shalacked Aaron Harang and the Reds in the 38 degree rain. This year the weather was much better, but Harang got shalacked again and the pitchers who followed him didn't really help anything. Despite being alive and living in the Cincinnati area since one year before the last Reds World Series victory and attending a few opening day games, I've never been to the Findlay Market Parade. This year I changed that.