UrbanCincy: Cincinnati One of 30 Cities Worldwide to Participate in AngelHack Hackathon

Cincinnati will be one of 30 cities worldwide to participate in AngelHack’s spring Hackathon at the University of Cincinnati. Organizers expect more than 6,000 developers to participate in the 24-hour event. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Cincinnati One of 30 Cities Worldwide to Participate in AngelHack Hackathon

UrbanCincy: Cincinnati Aims to Open Initial Phase of Bike Share System This Summer

Cincinnati officials are optimistic that a newly formed non-profit can raise the money needed to launch a 200-bike, 20-station bike share system this summer in conjunction with B-Cycle. All they need is 1.2 million bucks. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Cincinnati Aims to Open Initial Phase of Bike Share System This Summer

5chw4r7z: caffeinati

You made it to the drinkend and now its Saturday morning and you’re feeling a little rough.I’ve blogged about the places I love in Cincinnati but it turns out, south of the river you have some fantastic options for you espresso obsession. Whether you’r… . . . → Read More: 5chw4r7z: caffeinati

UrbanCincy: PHOTOS: A Look Back at Spring in the Queen City

Check out some of Randy’s favorite photos from this past spring. We had a record turnout for our annual Bikes+Brews ride, URBANexchange continues to attract new people to the growing urbanist movement, and we’ve put together a ton of original content. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: PHOTOS: A Look Back at Spring in the Queen City

UrbanCincy: Start Off National Bike Month With 2013 Bikes+Brews Ride

Kick off National Bike Month the right way by joining UrbanCincy on what has become a popular annual center city bike ride. This year’s Bikes+Brews route will start and end at Findlay Market, and will make five stops along the way. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Start Off National Bike Month With 2013 Bikes+Brews Ride

Visualingual: Landscape Photography by Kent Krugh

Cincinnati-based Kent Krugh trained as a physicist but is now a photographer who embraces “the notion of a universe created and sustained by a supreme being.” These dreamy photos of trees in local parks are from his Inside the Gate … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Visualingual: Landscape Photography by Kent Krugh

The Food Hussy!: The Art of Food – open through March 21!

Well my food loving friends – I was so happy to attend one of my favorite events of the year a couple weeks ago – The Art of Food at the Carnegie. Now – I went on opening night when they have food to eat & food art to view – while you missed that o… . . . → Read More: The Food Hussy!: The Art of Food – open through March 21!

5chw4r7z: The Art of Food

The Carnegie hosted an excellent evening of food as art and food as the subject of art.Could there be a more appropriate art show for 2013 and food obsessed social networked art lovers than this? With their tag line, Come hungry, leave inspired, its ha… . . . → Read More: 5chw4r7z: The Art of Food

Visualingual: Elsewhere

Exploring Cincinnati, Mayoral-Style: Mayor Mark Mallory shows off the Queen City in the NY Post. Nineteenth Century Covington Mansion Demolished: because Walgreens plans to build a store a block away from its current one. Weekly Farmers Market Coming to Washington … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Visualingual: Elsewhere

The Food Hussy!: Food Hussy Review: Blinker’s Tavern

A couple of weeks ago we headed over the bridge to Covington for a big group lunch and someone decided on Blinkers Tavern – which is across the street from the oh-so-wonderful Keystone.I’m now struggling through on Weight Watchers and work on finding h… . . . → Read More: The Food Hussy!: Food Hussy Review: Blinker’s Tavern

Visualingual: Roman Bros. Co. Dupont Paint Ghost Sign in Covington

I hate to be a fan of ruin porn, but this ghost sign for Roman Bros. Co. Dupont Paint has a gorgeous patina. It’s located in Covington, KY on Scott Blvd. between Park Pl. and East 4th St., in view … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Visualingual: Roman Bros. Co. Dupont Paint Ghost Sign in Covington

UrbanCincy: Inner-City Neighborhoods Center of Population, Economic Power in Cincinnati Region

Census data shows that the City of Cincinnati’s inner-city neighborhoods remain the most powerful in the 2.1 million person region, boasting the most densely populated neighborhoods and economically powerful job centers. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Inner-City Neighborhoods Center of Population, Economic Power in Cincinnati Region

The Food Hussy!: Stinky Chinese No More!

There’s one place that has undergone quite the transformation and if you haven’t seen it – you need to. I used to refer to AmerAsia on Madison in Covington as “Stinky Chinese” – we went there not for the ambiance (or the smell) but for the cheap t… . . . → Read More: The Food Hussy!: Stinky Chinese No More!

UrbanCincy: Tolled highways may soon become part of everyday life in Cincinnati

Tolled highways may soon become part of everyday life in Cincinnati. The unwillingness of lawmakers to approve an increase to gasoline taxes is causing otherwise unforeseen effects. State officials from both Ohio and Kentucky have already stated that the reconstruction of the Brent Spence Bridge will require modern tolling, and now Ohio Governor John Kasich [...] . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Tolled highways may soon become part of everyday life in Cincinnati

UrbanCincy: PHOTOS: Downtown and Over-the-Rhine over the course of 2012

Randy Simes shares his favorite photographs of his 2012 collection from downtown Cincinnati and historic Over-the-Rhine. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: PHOTOS: Downtown and Over-the-Rhine over the course of 2012

Visualingual: Trains, Trestles & Traditions at the Krohn Conservatory

Trestles, Trains & Traditions, the annual holiday exhibit at the Krohn Conservatory in Cincinnati, is on display now through 6 Jan 2013. Hundreds of poinsettias, cyclamen and evergreens form a backdrop for miniature trains and trolleys that travel past Cincinnati … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Visualingual: Trains, Trestles & Traditions at the Krohn Conservatory

Visualingual: Ohio River Coasters by VisuaLingual

This set of four coasters represents the Cincinnati metropolitan area by showing only the sinuous curves of the Ohio and Licking Rivers. It’s a minimalist sculptural puzzle for your coffee table, available in our just-launched online shop. This is actually … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Visualingual: Ohio River Coasters by VisuaLingual

wine me, dine me: Review: Goodfellas and Wiseguys

I love it when my friends disagree. One friend invited me out to drinks and suggested Wiseguys for their craft cocktails. “But don’t try the pizza downstairs. It’s really terrible. 3:1 cheese/crust ratio. Just bad.” Another friend, upon me mentioning I was going to Wiseguys said, “The pizza downstairs is so good! Perfect balance of [...] . . . → Read More: wine me, dine me: Review: Goodfellas and Wiseguys

5chw4r7z: Wunderbar

I have to be honest I wanted to go just because I heard they had a VW bus in the bar. Or at least the front clip off the bus.Who wouldn’t want to see that? But it turned out to be a pretty chill bar even if you take the VW out of the equation. Authenti… . . . → Read More: 5chw4r7z: Wunderbar

5chw4r7z: Covington is Haunted Tour

To get you in the spirit of Halloween the guys that brought you the Newport Gangster Tour are now hosting the Covington is Haunted Tour. History, hauntings and beautiful homes and buildings in Covington all rolled into one. Whether you believe in ghost… . . . → Read More: 5chw4r7z: Covington is Haunted Tour

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