Congratulations to D Jason Crowder, Michael, and Jeff for correctly identifying Tuesday’s sidewalk photo as Grinstead Drive at Cave Hill Cemetery in the Cherokee Triangle neighborhood. As usual, here’s a new photo ready for guesses in the comments. Have a happy Thanksgiving!
Don’t forget: There’s still time to nominate your choice in our search for the Best New Landmark of 2009. The contest is going on through December 2! Check over here for details about how to enter and possibly win a prize.
- A detailed look at Wayside’s move to operate their Broadway hotel (LEO)
- Strange Victorian mannequins spotted on Hillcrest Avenue (Unusual KY)
- Upscale veterinary clinic opens in J-town on Taylorsville Rd. (Official Site via tipster)
- Inadequate containment area for geothermal project spills slurry into creek (C-J)
- We added a few tipster photos of The Blind Pig’s new facade in Butchertown (B-S)
- Mount Washington looking to spruce up its downtown (C-J)
- San Antonio is testing WiFi on buses to increase ridership (H-Chron via P-zen)
- Assessing the psychology and sociology of the subway (Slate)
- Distracted drivers cause 25% of crashes across country (Fox 41)
- Local trans. projects to be ‘held hostage’ by stalled Ohio River Bridges (N & T)
- Study shows link between aggression and exposure to gas fumes (TreeHugger)
- Reworked Shelbyville Rd./Gene Snyder interchange to include bike/ped path (C-J)
- Deal to buy Saab falls through; could cause GM to end car line (C-J)
- ‘Pathways of desire’ redefine getting around in abandoned Detroit (Boing Boing)
- Local food: Would you ever raise your own chickens in the city? (GOOD)
- On the ‘green economy’ and its community support network (Russell blog)
- New technology created to harness the power of slow moving rivers (Boing Boing)
- More on Vancouver’s big box mixed use project, The Rise (G & M via Twitter)
- Installation graphically shows you tomorrow’s weather today (info aesthetics)
- Observations of the urbanism and architecture of Barcelona (Urbanophile)
- Aerial views of a vast abandoned suburb in the deserts of California (BldgBlog)
- Flickr photos of the day here and here.