Sunset, Fort Washington Way

Driving back from Kentucky I’m just a touch sad I didn’t see this sunset from my apartment. But I caught at glimpse on Fort Washington Way.

Ben Frost at the CAC

I’d say this was the loudest music performance I’ve ever attended, but that would be misleading. Ben Frost created soundscapes that used some sort of super vibratey frequencies that rattled my hair follicles and clothing. If I knew how to meditate, I would have left the basement of the Contemporary Arts Center with renewed focus and inner […]

Window shopping

Stopped down to visit my friend Brown at the Rookwood Store in OTR. I’ve got my eye on some ceramic bears because I need more things to Swiffer® in my life. My Mother Tattoo by Tattly, as seen on the shelves of MiCA! I’m not sure what this place is, but I loved their window […]

FotoFocus Biennial

The monthlong celebration of photography that is the FotoFocus Biennial has brought lots of great things to the city. In addition to John Water’s talk, there are lectures and exhibits throughout downtown. One particular gallery is dedicated to the work of Vivian Maier, who I’d been enamored with since the story of her street photography […]

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 […]

Crosley factory

This huge factory in Camp Washington used to churn out Crosley radios from 1930 until 1960. For 12 of those 30 years, music, comedies and soap operas were broadcast from the eighth-floor studios of WLW, then the nation’s most powerful radio station. (Fix it up or tear it down, Cincinnati Enquirer) I used to live […]

Riverboat, sunset

Lightning

Storm rolled through quick. Intense. Lots of lighting. Hail. Beautiful.

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