Opening Day

The weather was pitch perfect for the Reds 2016 Opening Day Parade. Started off at the Globe Building overlooking Findlay Market to watch all the folks get lined up and ready. (From Wikipedia, “In Cincinnati, Ohio, home of the sport’s first professional team, the annual Findlay Market Parade marks an official city holiday with young […]

Montgomery

Mike discusses his vision of lining the hall with skate decks.

Jake gets scanned

Stacked up the good on my last day at People’s Liberty for the week. Meatball Kitchen was brought in for lunch (and their bread is dangerously fantastic). Some folks got 3D scanned, as Jake is above. The residents and I finished up a little design project that has a good dollop of humor in honor […]

John Waters

John Waters made me snort out loud more than a few times last night. It resonated through Memorial Hall, but luckily everyone else was laughing so hard it didn’t matter. Two things: I wish I had a transcript of the evening. Water’s delivery is quick and dense with beautifully twisted humor. I want to raid […]

Why, sure

To celebrate Black History Month, Kroger invited artisans and makers into stores to share their goods and stories. It’s a welcome side of humanity moving through the market. Marilyn inspired me to come back in after loading groceries in my car. I asked to take her portrait and she flashed a beautiful smile and said, […]