Chako

Had lunch with DJ and Joe Walsh to talk about animated logos (or as I like to call it, kinetic identity) at a place called Chako in Covington, Kentucky. Charming, authentic, simple and if you get there on a Friday (and only on a Friday), you can order the curry which comes with a bakery […]

Axis Cov

Axis Cov. A People’s Liberty project by Emily Wolff to spruce up a foreboding underpass. Now this darkened part of Covington has visual interest and light.

Aimee Mann at the Madison Theater

No editing can really help this poor quality mobile photo from way back. But the concert was quite lovely. The first time I’d seen Aimee Mann live and the first time I’d seen tables and chairs set up on the floor of the Madison Theater. Bonus: Jonathan Coulton as opening act and joining Aimee on […]

Jackson Hewitt

Random walk-by shot of this empty Jackson Hewitt office which was appealing for some sterile reason.

They Might Be Giants

So one of my first concerts ever was They Might Be Giants. This was pre-blogging so I’m not sure when, I’ll venture 1986, touring in support of their eponymous album (which I hold dearly). They were awesome then, and 30 years later? They still are. Here’s some crappy photos to prove it: Bonus of the […]

Anchor Grill

The last time (I remember) being at Anchor Grill was over 10 years ago, when the web was only 800 pixels wide. Not one thing has changed and that makes it perfect.

ThreeSixty

Birthday brunch for my brother at ThreeSixty—or what I used to know as the Revolving Restaurant back when I was there for Prom… in 1990. Friends have asked me how the food was and I’ll say this: It’s not cheap (but there are coupons floating around) and I think the view is worth it. The […]

Random snapshots around the city

Ft. Mitchell Kroger getting some maintenance. Covington, KY as seen from the Clay Wade Bailey Bridge. Low Spark, new joint for a cocktail in OTR. Union Terminal on the way home.