Laurel Court

When my mom and I go out for lunch, we often pass by this mansion in College Hill. I pulled in as the sky was clear and wanted to make a mental not to find out more about the house. An excerpt from CincinnatiViews: This mansion is called Laurel Court. In 1894 Peter G. Thompson […]

Stehlin’s Meat Market

To make some Bo Kho (Vietnamese Beef Stew), I needed bone broth. I could’ve used some pre-made stuff, but I was determined to follow the recipe as closely as possible. I pass by Stehlin’s Meat Market every day I drive to the studio and have been curious to stop in. Sure enough, they had some […]


It only took a few months of planning, but finally connected with old friends at Nada. My only wish is that we’d had another hour or two to catch up, but there was sleep to be had.

Lego thing

Here’s how to enjoy The Art of the Brick when it comes to your city: when you’re corralled at the beginning and forced to watch the video explaining the art of it all, wear headphones and listen to music. It will make the rest of the exhibition all the much more enjoyable if you don’t […]

Festival of Lights

The Chocolate Bee

A new joint in the neighborhood, combining chocolate and honey.

Cincinnati Streetcar

It’s not here quite yet, but the Cincinnati Streetcar is now testing. The route isn’t entirely thorough, but dagnabbit, it’s a start, and that’s pretty darn exciting.

The ever changing view from the window

The Gantry, now with lights in the parking lot.

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