Time's up!

Over-the-Rhine, photo by Chuck Eilerman

Voting ends now! Results will be announced by the National Trust for Historic Preservation at noon tomorrow! More to come, but suffice it to say that I’m so proud of everyone and love Over-the-Rhine now more than ever. Unofficial results can be viewed here.

Dhani Jones wants you to vote for OTR! Ends at 5pm!


@otrcincy a national treasure/historic district & needs votes to win 25K for historic preservation. C’mon Cincy…vote!bit.ly/voteotr — Dhani Jones (@DhaniJones) June 30, 2011 Vote at bit.ly/voteotr…

5 Hours Left To Vote for OTR! Voting ends at 5pm EST!


Vote for OTR here: www.preservationnation.org… Voting ends at 5pm EST! If OTR places in the top 3, the OTR Foundation will win anywhere from $5,000 to $25,000. The Over-the-Rhine Foundation is on facebook and twitter. The following photos are from its facebook page:

OTR Down By 1,300+ Votes; Voting Ends Today at 5pm

View of Main Street during Second Sunday on Main, OTR - credit: flickr user bousinka

It’s all up to you. OTR can still win this challenge but only if you make sure your contacts vote. In a stunning turn of events, the Friends of Dreamland Theatre from Little Rock, Arkansas have taken a substantial lead into first place with just hours left in the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s This

The Hasty Demolition of 142 E. McMicken Ave.

142 E. McMicken Ave today

OTR Foundation fights to save buildings like 142 E. McMicken with its Legal Defense Fund Vote before Thursday, June 30 to help OTR Foundation win $25,000 142 E. McMicken Avenue was an historic structure in Over-the-Rhine anchoring a highly intact 19th century streetscape. The building was owned by Cincinnati Public Schools, and for years preservationists

Claim your free email address @iheartotr.com now!


IHeartOTR.com…… is currently being used to spread the word about the Over-the-Rhine Foundation’s chance to win the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s “This Place Matters” Community Challenge. After the competition ends, IHeartOTR.com…… will continue promoting our beloved little neighborhood. You’re allowed to vote once per email address in the Community Challenge. To that end, we are

OTRview: Chris Seelbach, Candidate for Cincinnati City Council

Chris Seelbach

Chris Seelbach is a candidate for Cincinnati City Council. This OTRview expresses his personal views and positions as a resident and candidate for City Council. All candidates for city council are welcome to participate in OTRviews. If you or someone you know (political or otherwise) would like to give an OTRview, contact OTR Matters. Learn

Washington Park's Progress

Washington Park, photo credit: 3CDC

Washington Park continues to make amazing progress and stay on schedule despite less than ideal weather. Check out these photos courtesy of 3CDC. See updated renderings of Washington Park here. Learn more about Washington Park’s expansion and renovation here. You can also find it on facebook, twitter @WashingtonPark, and flickr. Imagine a heavily programmed public space

Japp's Since 1879 Soft Opening

Japp's Since 1879

Japp’s Since 1879, a new bar on Main Street, had its soft opening yesterday. Here are some photos from its facebook page. Follow Japp’s on twitter @Japps1879 and don’t miss its grand opening tomorrow.

Before and After Over-the-Rhine: Lackman Lofts

The Lackman Lofts after, by flickr user TheReina5

For more on the Lackman Lofts, go here. Before photo by flickr user 5chw4r7z who blogs at 5chw4r7z. After photo by flickr user TheReina5 who blogs at My Brain Is Leaking.