Media workers are the biggest consumers of wine, drinking on average one and a half bottles a week. They are also the biggest drinkers of spirits, liqueurs and shots, taking on average 3.2 measures a week, finds the poll by YouGov for the government’s Know Your Limits campaign.
220 mph [trains] would be phenomenal, but we would also do well to simply get trains back up to the speeds they traveled at during the Harding administration.
This past Monday, Seicer and I were downtown checking out the construction progress of the new Queen City Square tower and the progress on The Banks. Coming North off of Walnut St. we noticed the surface entrances to the Riverfront Transit Center. Some of the benches and metallic facade around the entrances have already begun to rust. Most people don’t even know where these stairs and elevators lead to.
Grafiti from the American Can Company building in Northside
(via Building Cincinnati)
With these two new additions it will nearly fill up the street-level retail space along Calhoun Street created by University Park. The majority is filled by restaurant tenants (Panera Bread, Currito, BW3, Potbelly) although there is also a 5/3 Banking Center, FedEx Office, T-Mobile and GameStop. A Ben & Jerry’s closed down last year.
The official website of CHCURC, the Clifton Heights Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation, has been hacked. Apparently, “Cyb3rking” is the Turkish hacker behind the shenanigan. He left several gramatically incorrect taunts on the website, such as “Hey Admin ! Your Security=0″ and “There are serious Security ProbLems With Your Site To [Solve] The Problems contact Me.”
Just found this photo on an old SD card. Dated 11/20/07 10:02 PM.
Jason Haap is a tool:
I hereby challenge [Shadow Hare] to a duel—an open debate, on the topic of safety and poverty, specifically the most effective means any concerned citizen should take to make our great City an even better place to live! I trust, my faithful readers, that we can get this message to the Shadow Hare.