When people speak about dying downtowns and the declining inner ring of suburbs of Cincinnati, Ohio – does one think of the Cincinnati Mall?
There is a tale of two churches in Cincinnati, Ohio with two similar stories: Our Lady of Perpetual Help and the First German Reformed Church.
Isolation and Togetherness, an exhibit at the Carnegie in Covington, Kentucky.
Exploring Trap Hill High School in Surveyor, West Virginia.
Exploring The Underside Of New York City.
The fall of Niagara Falls, New York.
Known as the Warren County Orphan Asylum and Children’s Home, the Mary Haven Home for Boys in Warren County, Ohio is threatened with demolition.
There is more unfortunate news from Cincinnati, Ohio: the Oakley Railroad Depot.
In its heyday in the 1930s, this Rust Belt town called itself the City of Homes, a place where a working-class man could be master of his own castle.
It is a measure of Spain’s giddy construction excesses that 250 row houses carpet a hill near this tiny rural village about an hour by car outside Madrid.