Archive for January, 2006

New Home Page for

Tuesday, January 31st, 2006

New Eastside Banner
I put up a new home page for , the old one was just a couple of text links. This past Sunday my wife and I went out with the baby and I snapped a ton photos around the neighborhood.

I thought it might be fun to have a trivia contest where you try to match 10 photos with locations on a map of the neighborhood.. for instance the Elevator image above. Maybe I will have that ready next weekend :-) .

Let me know if you have any content or information you would like us to post on this site to share with others in the community.
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New Eastside Forum

Saturday, January 21st, 2006

I have had a lot of fun learning and reading Bill Ward’s New Eastside Forum site — . There is extensive information on Pedway development over the years (a key interest of mine and most other residents of course!) and must more information. The site has had 20,000 visits since 2000 and you can sign up for e-mail notifications of updates. I believe Bill Ward lives in 155 N. Harbor (my wife and daughter and I live in the building next door). Anyway, just wanted to point out this terrific resource for local residents.
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Getting Down To Intermediate Columbus To Cross the River

Monday, January 2nd, 2006

The elevator by the fire station has not been working for several weeks. For people who may have a stroller or are unable to use stairs and want to cross Columbus to get to the Sheraton, NBC Tower, AMC 30, hospital etc. this can pose a problem. During the day you can get into 300 East Randolph, but during weekends and holidays this option is not available. In this post I will share two ways to get to Intermediate Columbus from the Upper Level.

Check it out below here is how the controller looks like the paint job and the blue leds look absolutely spectacular