Author Archive for Dani Oberloier


Midtown Songwriter Series Preview With Chelsey Cope of elms

It’s time for another Midtown Songwriter Series, but this time, creator Tyler Hopkins is switching things up at CityPres. Tomorrow’s installment will be the first to feature three bands, rather than solo-performing local songwriters. The same perks apply: all ages, early start time, the magic acoustics of beloved City Presbyterian, absence of smoky haze, and of course, free beer, for…


Industry Flea Ups the Ante on Weekend Vibes

You’ve undoubtedly heard, if not become a frequenter, of H&8th. We know, it’s hard to resist an evening where you can consume meatballs, tacos, ramen, and an assortment of other items (and beer, naturally) simply by meandering down the street. The massive night market expanded its stretch over Midtown for its first night of the season last month, and added…


The Plant Stand Comes to Midtown

The corner of 10th and Hudson has become a tented mecca of greenery for all forms of foliage and flower hoarders in Midtown, thanks to a husband-wife duo. The Plant Stand, a locally owned retail garden center, made its debut in the neighborhood last weekend, and will be a regular fixture on the busy corner until June.


Just Below the Surface: The Midtown Underground

Chad Mount has been to the cavernous depths of the ocean. He once met couchsurfers from Switzerland, for whom he painted in a travel journal. He’s been to Finland. Somewhere in between those two events, that particular travel journal painting ended up in the Atlantic, and was most likely destroyed due to an unfortunate shipwreck (flames were involved).