Flood peeping

Jim & Chris regard the city from the Observation Deck.   Smale Riverfront Park almost entirely submerged by the flood. I keep bumping into Zan.

Curiosity through Chess

As part of an event to celebrate different things happening in Madisonville, I donned my PhotoCorps cap and projected images from the neighborhood all afternoon. These teens from the Madisonville Youth Community Council were set up playing chess next to me. I also leanred about the 500 Gardens program and listened to music from the […]

Cincy Stories

Pxvce of Triiibe speaking at the Cincy Stories event that just moved across the street to the Woodward Theater. These events bring folks on stage to share a personal story and tonight was a particularly moving collection of perspectives.

My card

Had lunch at Scotti’s—an Italian restaurant that’s been serving up pasta and garlic bread for over 100 years. One of the jovial owners was asking my lunch mates if they had his card. Then he laughed and handed these out to the table. This was my inspiration to finally update my personal business card.

College Hill walk

We met at the Old College Hill Town Hall, pictured above and below. Come to find out, it’s another building designed by Samuel Hannaford (of Music Hall fame). This walk by the Cincinnati Preservation Collective brought together folks for a stroll around the neighborhood led by the College Hill Historical Society. Learned lots of insight to how […]

Chili and cheese

Jim’s easy to entertain. He’s already seen most Cincinnati sights in previous visits. He is now content visiting every possible chili parlor. Today’s lunch: Camp Washington Chili.

Looking up in the Globe

2018 Women’s March

On January 20th, 2018, this felt like a very good place to be. But it wasn’t all good. There was a rift between the march organizers and the Black Lives Cincinnati group. Best summed up in this piece by Nick Swartsell. My hope is that in the future, everyone will march together.

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