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.

We have bikes

Yup. Rentable bikes in Cincinnati. And they’re in lots of good spots around the city. I haven’t used ’em, but I like riding a bike. It’s super fun and feels good. I encourage doing it often. Soapbox: I’m not, however, sold on those new bike lanes on Columbia Parkway. They’re inconsistent and I feel they […]

Mike Perry’s Pulled at Yes

(Partial) Above Left: Jim Stoten “My Best Friend”  / Right: Andrew Holder “Early Bird” I’m decidedly smitten with everything that lands at YES in Cincinnati, the part gallery, part workspace in Over the Rhine. Through the end of May and all of July they featured works from the new book by Mike Perry. The book is Pulled: A Catalog of […]

Matt W. Moore mural

Super digging this mural by Matt W. Moore for YES in Cincinnati. So many times it seems public art is burdened by message or folksiness (not bad things always). It’s nice to see something that’s just beautiful. (Look for it on Clay St.) I’m so slow the exhibition is long gone, but there are still […]

A bit more spring

A pretty awesome brilliant Sunday. Spent the day noodling around with friends, had breakfast at Tuckers, walked around Over the Rhine, stopped by Doe Run Lake Park in Kentucky, enjoyed some deck time, tried a Four Loko (gross), played with a Nintendo 3DS (the glasses-free 3D is impressive, needs games, but the camera is quite nifty). All […]