is coming back to life, aesthetically at least. There are
PLENTY of available buildings here, and an active
neighborhood association backing the efforts up.
Now all we need is the demise of the suburbs
to breathe adequate life back into beauty again.
on Third Street in downtown D8N.
where Wolfe Creek meets the Great Miami River.
going down Third Street in downtown D8N.
Street downtown near Courthouse Square. D8N is
filled with confident, sophisticated, and quite hot
ladies. Sure, we've got our share of surly girls, but
that's just one slice of the pie.
just a slice of the architectural greatness
that was bestowed upon D8N by the great
progressives who built this city.
Historical District is still going strong.
the scentiments of neighborhood residents
on the border of the Wright-Dunbar historical
(do you know the famous song about D8N I stole that from?)
as passe' authoritarian structuring, even for a purple
Missisipi Pimp like this.
baggy, but not overstated.
and love. All across the city on any given day,
residents are breaking racial barriers by making
love and children together. It has in large part
helped bring this historically racially divided
city together in many ways.
Veterans Administration Center in D8N as viewed
from Gettysburg Avenue.
Veterans Administration main entrance on Gettysburg Ave.