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With an emphasis on the cheer. And what holds more cheer than a good drink?
Not much, so I love the fact we've replaced exchanging things at Christmas with food, drink and laughs instead.
Every Christmas story has as its premise the victory of the myth over the Scrooges and Grinches...the message there is that faith in something that is not true, as long as it is faith in goodness, is worth the huge cover-up, while disbelieving leads to all types of evil behavior such as scooping pennies off the poor, scaring little children, and being a general stick in the mud.[where: 45202]best place to learn how to live downtown cincinnati ohio the ethos of Cincinnati
- - Zulieka
Merry Christmas Genius of Water!
Merry Christmas Piatt Park!
Merry Christmas Abe you crazy assed vampire hunter!
Merry Christmas you wonderful old PNC Building!
Merry Christmas hybrid Metro bus!
Merry Christmas Big Mac Bridge!
Merry Christmas Bombshells!
Merry Christmas President Harrison, Indiana tries to claim you but you're ours!
Merry Christmas freight train!
Merry Christmas Roebling Bridge, you not only link us to another state but also our history!
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Downtown's moment of glory with the opening of Igby's and the Metropole at 21c didn't last long.
OTR is making a splash again with Kaze opening last Friday and now Quan Hapa, which officially open tonight.
We checked their soft opening last night, the newest hip little gastro pub serving up up Asian Fusian.
They have a limited menu right now but don't think for a second that means lacking.
Everything was incredible.
I love this stuff, Ms.5chw4r7z has boxes (and not small ones either) of old pictures. It always feels like a treasure hunt going through them. One thing young kids will get to experience less and less in the future, that thrill of digging through yellowed old pictures.
Or maybe they won't even care and its something only I get a kick out of, but I don't think so.
she still looks exactly like this
I'm always beating myself up because my writing sucks.
And I hate writing.
So I worry people think my writing sucks too so what business do I have doing it.
But then I remember that Paris Hilton wrote a book and no one thinks any less of her so what the hey anyhow.
And also if I didn't write this blog how would you find out about the crazy stuff that happens downtown?
The local news isn't gonna cover it because they're busy getting quotes from the anti-city hate groups who sue for the right to lie and then get tossed out of court. And wacky mayor candidates who make up the craziest numbers about the streetcar you can imagine. I mean, to hear some people, people who should know better talk, its gonna cost a bajillion dollars to build the streetcar and we should use the money to rebuild a bridge that people are already threatening to abandon if they have to pay a penny for it.
What was I talking about?
Oh yeah, crazy. See here's the thing, living out in the xburbs theres no release for crazy so it gets violent.
Downtown? Crazy jumps around in a cardboard costume, you put a dollar in a hat, no one gets hurt, everyone leaves with a smile on their face.
Its poetic when you think about it.
crazy or not I love these guys for having the nuts to go with their inspirations
A little Japanese den of cool that just opened at 1400 Vine St in what is starting to look like a tiny Asian district in OTR. I don't see that as a bad thing at all. Kaze strikes me as one of those chill bars that lubricates tensions, rather than aggravating them, which is what you really want from a bar anyhow. I love the inside of the place, very little was done to what looks to have been a carriage house, all the old bones are on display adding character to the space. The striking feature is the two huge red shades reminiscent of Japanese lanterns that add ambiance.