We walked across the Ohio River on the Purple People Bridge.
(from the Ky. side, the Mt. Adams section of Cincinnati behind me)
Publishers Weekly, 7/13/2009
"The first Asian American Comicon opened its doors at the newly built Museum of Chinese in America in downtown New York City to a long line of attendees. The space, designed by Maya Lin, architect of the Vietnam War Memorial, quickly filled up well beyond capacity. Many came specifically to meet guest of honor Larry Hama, who has penned Marvel's G.I.Joe series for 20 years. Other guests included industry heavy-weights such as Liquid Comics publisher Sharad Devarajan, comics writer and filmmaker Grag Pak, novelist Ed Lin and Dartmouth professor Aimee Bahng."
Today I ran errands in Westerville.
Also today Westerville was named as one of the best places
in which to live by CNN. They didn't ask me.
You can see from this photo that there is a LOT of excitement at high noon.