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Anyone know what is going into the old Popeye’s location? It was supposed to be a Lee’s Famous and then it turned into Buckeye Fried. Hopefully, Lee’s is back in?
If you have a super hankerin’, I believe that there is one towards Dayton. Passed it the other day coming back from Cincy.
Yes, because the run down center that was there before was so much nicer before the improvements. I swear, people are never satisfied.November 17, 2014 9:25 am at 9:25 am in reply to: The Chintz Room – New Elizabeth Lessner / CFL Restaurant #1050586
Kmart – such a shame.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.September 27, 2013 11:16 am at 11:16 am in reply to: Black Point – Seafood / Sushi / Steak Restaurant – Former Sushi Rock Space #305486
Not rumored – true. End of the month.September 11, 2013 11:46 am at 11:46 am in reply to: The 'I Killed A Man' Drunk Driving Confession Video #550777
I was sitting with my neighbors out back and we heard the wreck and saw the aftermath. We live right By I-670 and I have never seen anything like it. I don’t think this confession is going to help him if anyone actually looks at the photos of the damage he caused. I agree, it seems like a confession with product placement. Commit the crime and do the time – still doesn’t help the victims. I mean, those on and off ramps are clearly marked. How f*cked up was he?
“The Ludwig Conspiracy”
Here’s quite a departure for the author of the excellent Hangman’s Daughter novels. That series is set in seventeenth-century Germany; this novel is also set in Germany but in the present day. Steven Lukas, a dealer in rare books, stumbles into a conspiracy involving King Ludwig II, otherwise known as the Mad King, who died in 1886 under mysterious circumstances. Now the book dealer is on the run from the Cowled Men, a secret order devoted to proving Ludwig was murdered, who seem determined to make sure the secrets Lukas has uncovered die with him. Readers familiar with the historical-conspiracy genre will note that Potzsch follows the format closely, but his historical novels, set nearly four centuries ago, feel more genuine, more anchored in reality, than this slick actioner (which suffers, it must be noted, from a surfeit of “oh, come on!” moments that threaten to stretch believability to the breaking point). It’s not a bad book, and it floats an interesting theory about Ludwig’s death, but it will definitely make readers want something meatier, like another Hangman’s Daughter novel.
I sat at the bar and everything was fine. Food was good too. However, it did seem that there was almost more staff present than customers.January 18, 2013 12:18 pm at 12:18 pm in reply to: Ticket Giveaway to Upcoming Promowest Shows! – The Darkness #530172
Love the Darkness – so glad they got back together. Saw them the first time around at the same venue! Would love to go.
The Parking is the issue, new development is not the issue. This topic is about Parking!
No, I wish International wouldn’t have f*cked their employees that worked there over by making them take a pay cut to keep the factory open and then sack them anyway. What the developer is doing is called INTRUSION. The local residents that kept the neighborhood up while the factory sat empty are now getting f*cked. This was not the intent of the factory variance. Naturally, there is no opposition as money can be made. Talking to the City about permit parking is also useless.
Oh I am so relieved to be reading this, especially when the Wonder Bread development swallows up all of our off street parking and we are forced to this. Pshew.
I just got back from Chicago, and I can tell you why I hate the cyclists in the THAT city. They don’t obey the law. Like it isn’t bad enough to drive through downtown with all of the traffic and distractions and they having bikes blaze through red lights and on sidewalks. It is nuts. Follow the law! Drivers have to.
I really love the Urban Active in Grandview, but for the life of my I don’t understand why they put all the free weights on the 2nd floor. Everyone throwing them on the ground makes a horrible racket and the whole friggin’ floor shakes like an earthquake. Not fun when you are zonin’ on the treadmill.
Look at me look at me, I am starving for attention when I grunt and throw weight. Me Caveman you Jane.