Archive for the ‘HomeWord’ Category

HomeWord: The Betts House

Looking at the homes of the earliest settlers in Cincinnati reveals an excited commitment to sow ones seeds in a new place. The Betts House, built in 1804 is Cincinnati’s oldest residence in the downtown area and Ohio’s oldest brick structure on its original site. The stability of the brick structure alone may be testament [...]

HomeWord: New Cincinnati Art Snob Blog Series

With the success of my artist interviews (of all blog posts, the interviews get the most “hits” and from a wider ranger of people), I’ve decided to begin a new series called HomeWord. This series will begin by exploring each of the many house museums located throughout Greater Cincinnati. As with most museums, these focus [...]