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Traveler Joe

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  1. Since Sugar n Spice was bought by the mayersons I don't think there is any risk of them closing.
  2. Yeah, I feel like I saw a new build as well in that area as well!
  3. https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/2201-Rice-St-Cincinnati-OH-45219/34223362_zpid/ Weird due to location.
  4. Thanks for the information! Very sad that it is. How is the area coming along these days? I read that the bookstore is becoming a performance space. Hope it works out as I love browsing for books there!
  5. You are underestimating the cheapness of cincinnatiians. Since the OTR permits started there has been fairly large influx of daily office parking in prospect hill, up sycamore, etc.
  6. Which mostly seem to be in an odd state of unfinished-ness. Or the house on Boal that was built 2 years ago that already has scaffolding up repairing the facade.
  7. Appreciate the throw back to Stone Mountain, had almost forgotten about that one.
  8. I mean keep in mind its only been open on Sunday for what 15 years? In someways things are the same but in other ways they are vastly different than 15 years ago. I mean the wine store was an active bar until the late 90's which often was in the running for the most police calls to a given address.
  9. I thought the same thing but they had a fair amount of crews going at last night at 9:30 on Vine St so the closure could be pretty legit.
  10. I'm curious as well. If it results in increased frequency I'm ok with it. If it just ends up with the bus driver taking a break because he's running faster than scheduled than I'm not.
  11. Either way this opens up trail extension along the river to the westside. Often ended up turning back before hilltop due to the massive dust cloud hanging around there.
  12. Good to hear, though I'm kind of bummed about the bookstores transition. Wish I would have been more into architecture, preservation and exploring the neighborhood back then.
  13. It's crazy to me how many more buildings have been torn down in the Wick Park area over the last 15 years or so. When at YSU in the early 00's Pennsylvania Ave was for the most part still entact, while not necessarily in good shape. Now it seems to be mostly empty lots.
  14. I don't really like starbucks coffee but the times I've gotten things from Kitty's they are pretty close to undrinkable.
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