Blink Cincinnati 2019

History and Background Spanning 30 city blocks and running over 4 days is one of the largest light, projection mapping and art events in the country – BLINK CIncinnati!! This free event traverses downtown Cincinnati from the Findlay Market, across the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge and ends in Northern Kentucky. Our Impression We started…

Spring House Gazebo in Eden Park – Cincinnati

This Moorish styled Gazebo is within eye sight of Mirror Lake, both of which are located within Eden Park. The gazebo was designed and construction completed in 1904, making it the oldest enduring structure in the Cincinnati park system. The Spring House Gazebo is also famous for the Remus Incident. The Remus Incident in a…

Cincinnati / Over The Rhine Street Art

The revitalization of Cincinnati’s Over The Rhine area abounds with must see street artworks. Impression If you do any internet searches on the Over The Rhine area of Cincinnati, you may be surprised by what you read. Just a few years ago, it was one of the most densely populated city areas in the country….

Cincinnati Museum Center – Guitar Exhibit

The Cincinnati Museum Center Guitar exhibit not only showcases various guitars but also explores the science of sound. Impression While we are definitely fans of music, we often do not take the time to look at the instruments that make it possible. The guitar has been with use for a long time and has gone…

Scarecrow Row

Local individuals, businesses, and organizations show their creativity by crafting custom scarecrows in Otto Armleder Park on the east side of Cincinnati. In 2018, the scarecrows at Scarecrow Row are on display from September 30 to October 14. Impression Scattered along the main walking paths and picnic areas of Otto Armleder Park, Scarecrow Row is…

Spring Grove Cemetery

A full history from the Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum can be found HERE. Having a need to handle the internment needs of the city during the 1830/1840 cholera epidemics, city professional leaders and the Cincinnati Horticultural Society formed a cemetery association in 1844. The goal was to find a place for a cemetery that…

Cincinnati Skyline – Visual Ohio One Shot!

Written and Photography by Andrew Livelsberger During a recent trip to Cincinnati, we jumped to the other side into Newport, KY to get this sunset picture of downtown Cinci! Often times, it is great to get out of where you are and see it from a different perspective.   Just another perspective and view of Ohio’s…

Cincinnati Museum Center – Cincinnati History Museum – For The Train Lovers!

Written by Danielle and Andrew Livelsberger Photography by Andrew Livelsberger Background:Union Station in Cincinnati is a great place to see the vintage architecture as well as some great museums.  Among them are a natural history museum, Cincinnati history museum and the ability to go into the old “Tower A” and see the tracks. Impression:If you…

Purple People Bridge

Written and Photography by: Andrew Livelsberger Background:Starting its existence as a railroad bridge in 1872, the Purple People Bridge, as it is now known crosses the Ohio River – one end starting in Cincinnati, OH and the other in Newport, KY. The bridge became a pedestrian bridge in 2003.  There is an official website for…