Book: The Throwback Special, National Book Award Finalist, and written by Cincinnatian Chris Bachelder. Beer: Lord Hobos Glorious IPA, new to the Cincinnati market and delicious.
Sunday, October 1 - Saturday, October 7 This Week Underground: This week started underneath Cincinnati on American Legacy Tours' Underground Tour benefiting the Cat Adoption Team. I've been on this tour before, but I'm such a homer I couldn't resist a repeat. The tour starts on Vine St discussing Cincinnati's brewing and drinking heritage… Continue reading What I Learned This Week: 20
Mindfully shopping for items I don't really need A book that has been on my radar of “books to read” for a long while is Vegas: Memoir of a Dark Season by John Gregory Dunne. I come across the title occasionally in those listicle-type articles the internet is so great at. When the internet wants to suggest an interesting book to me, I click right… Continue reading Where Oh Where…
Sunday, August 20 - Saturday, August 26: This week in Totality (a.k.a. the Eclipse): The work week started with a black hole of productivity on Monday afternoon as Cincinnati experienced a partial eclipse of the sun. Plenty of my space nerd friends traveled into Kentucky and Tennessee to experience totality. The rest of us… Continue reading What I Learned this Week: #15
Monday, August 14 - Saturday, August 19 This Week in Football: On Tuesday, I saw Cincinnati's beloved soccer team lose a hard-fought game in OT in the US Cup tourney against the New York Red Bulls. The good guys ran out of gas in the end, but it was the best, funnest hometown loss… Continue reading What I Learned This Week: #14
Sunday, August 6 - Saturday, August 12 + the 13th This Week In Fresh and Easy: As you can see from the main picture above, keepin' a public toilet clean is "Fresh and Easy." Just attach a tube to the Fresh and Easy dispenser and put it in the toilet where women can pee on… Continue reading What I Learned This Week #13
Sunday July, 30 - Saturday, August 5 This Week in The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra: On Sunday, the CSO offered a free concert as their kickoff to their European Tour. Free concerts always mean "greatest hits" or crowd-pleasers. So there was Gershwin's An American in Paris, Berstein's Candide Overture, Dvorak's New World Symphony, and the fast… Continue reading What I Learned This Week #12