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  1. I don't think there's a garage under the stadium, unless I missed that also, not sure how I could have. This is a new garage that will be on Liberty basically across from Ollie's if I'm reading that correctly. So then, another Hamilton County garage may be also built somewhere. I know the WCET garage is being torn down too right now, but I'm not sure what's going to replace it, does someone know? But, hopefully by building this garage in the location described the corner where the ballet is will actually be developed into something other than parking. But we'll see.
  2. ^ There's also a song on that El Vy album that has the line "I'm from f-cking Delhi, not f-cking Over-The-Rhine" El Vy - I'm The Man To Be
  3. Well I'm a big National fan, but I loved seeing Father John Misty, Lord Huron and Julien Baker. Also, posters must just love trolling or are just truly a sh*tty people to feel the need post over and over again how you don't like a band with local roots who's hosting an Indie Rock Festival on the cities front lawn.
  4. Bungle for Borrow is still on and that's all that matters. Marvin Lewis had his chances and couldn't win when it mattered.
  5. CINCINNATI'S BEER: Rhinegeist prepares to hand the keys over to its employees https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/10/18/rhinegeist-is-handing-the-keys-over-to-its.html?iana=hpmvp_cinci_news_headline Rhinegeist was only two years old at the time but already one of Cincinnati’s largest craft breweries, and it was being dogged by acquisition rumors. Mooney recalls asking Bonder about the industry. I asked Bob, ‘Do you think you’ll ever do that? And he said, ‘No, we’ll be employee-owned,’” Mooney said. It wasn’t something the brewery advertised widely at the time, but it was a promise Bonder kept: The Over-the-Rhine-based brewery – today Cincinnati’s largest locally owned craft brewery (by beer brewed) and the second-largest in the state of Ohio, behind Great Lakes Brewing Co. – told its employees in June that it is handing over the keys through an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) that will kick off in the middle of 2020. The move will cement Rhinegeist’s presence as a major local craft brewery in an industry that grew up in the shadow of corporate-owned giants.
  6. Another perfect post for the "Jake Complains About Soccer Thread" that needs to be started.
  7. I'm happy the games will stop at Nippert. It would not have worked without a massive renovation to Nippert. This is a dead horse that opponents to the FCC stadium like to beat.
  8. ODOT has completed the south bound I-71 from what I can tell. North bound now has been cut to two lanes. The far left lane that the lateral creates is now a counter flow lane that is not accessible to north bound 71 traffic. Basically if you're taking the lateral to 71N you won't really enter 71N until after the Steward Rd bridge.
  9. Me. I pay $80 to park in the lot with the slanted cars. In fact, appears my car is in that picture. Not sure what time it was taken because they look pretty empty. Usually packed during working hours. Most of these lots are monthly spots for downtown workers, like myself, during the day and then public parking after 5pm. The Levine lots which are basically the new blacktop lots in the picture (I don't think they own the lot directly across Sycamore from the new Sugar and Spice) have a long waiting list for monthly parking because of their price. Much cheaper than the A&D Garage. That being said, I look forward to the day I have to find a new place to park because Levine sells, but I honestly don't see that happening any time soon. I don't have any proof of that just my gut.
  10. I wonder when/if some of these high prices will start pushing into the little Appalachia area along the sharp bend on Eastern Ave. Between Streetside and Terry's it feels like you're in Pikeville, Kentucky.
  11. The team and it's fans have never recovered from 2016 playoff loss to the Steelers.
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