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  1. Cincinnati In Pictures 009 by GGG BBB, on Flickr
  2. DSC_7162 by GGG BBB, on Flickr Downtown, Cincinnati.
  3. DSC_7262 by GGG BBB, on Flickr Downtown, Cincinnati.
  4. DSC_7063 by GGG BBB, on Flickr Downtown Cincinnati.
  5. DSC_8493 by GGG BBB, on Flickr Licking Riverside, Covington Kentucky (Cincinnati).
  6. DSC_8417 by GGG BBB, on Flickr Licking Riverside, Covington Kentucky (Cincinnati).
  7. DSC_7725 by GGG BBB, on Flickr Licking Riverside, Covington Kentucky (Cincinnati).
  8. DSC_7533 by GGG BBB, on Flickr Downtown, Cincinnati.
  9. DSC_8071 by GGG BBB, on Flickr Licking Riverside, Covington Kentucky (Cincinnati).
  10. DSC_7111 by GGG BBB, on Flickr Downtown, Cincinnati.
  11. DSC_8047 by GGG BBB, on Flickr Licking Riverside, Covington Kentucky (Cincinnati).
  12. DSC_6964 by GGG BBB, on Flickr Downtown, Cincinnati.
  13. The stuff afterwards were concentrated either on the Riverboats or places poorly integrated with the urban core as not to be of any benefit as whole to the local economy. Main Street OTR now is what Monmouth street Newport was before the the 1960's. I guess you can say Mount Adams experienced the same economic ill effects on its local businesses when the college crowd deserted Mount Adams as the party place in favor of Main Street OTR.
  14. Over reliance on bars, nightclubs, and entertainment venues as the base to drive its local economy was one of the main reasons that Newport's urban economic health went into a long term downward spiral in the 60's and beyond after a law and order Sheriff was elected and closed down all the gambling spots and associated nightclubs. Combine this with the mass exodus of the middle class to the newer housing in the suburbs was a one - two punch that sent Newport's urban economic vitality into a long term decline in which Newport on The Levee was going to rectify . Even Jane Jacobs said NKY was unhealthily unbalanced as a party destination for Cincinnatians in her 1961 book "The Death and Life of Great American Cities".
  15. This is Monmouth street just below of 7th street. You can see ( if you original size this pic you can clearly see the Barnes and Noble Logo lettering) on Newport on the Levee at the end of the street. DSC_3657 by GGG BBB
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