Kenwood City Center Mall - Cincinnati

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Kenwood City Center Mall - Cincinnati

Postby wls » Mon Jul 18, 2022 6:55 am

In the past Kenwood was posted on door leading into the Mall, if you entered through one of the major stores (Macys, Dillards) there were no signs at those entrances. Now the entries in the mall common area from the major stores areas have large ghost buster signs with “no weapons”. They’re making it very clear guns aren’t welcome, although we knew that already. Guess the Greenwood Indiana mall shooting won’t open their eyes that good people carrying guns aren’t the problem and sometimes even the solution to a shooter issue.
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Re: Kenwood City Center Mall - Cincinnati

Postby schmieg » Mon Jul 18, 2022 2:17 pm

wls wrote:In the past Kenwood was posted on door leading into the Mall, if you entered through one of the major stores (Macys, Dillards) there were no signs at those entrances. Now the entries in the mall common area from the major stores areas have large ghost buster signs with “no weapons”. They’re making it very clear guns aren’t welcome, although we knew that already. Guess the Greenwood Indiana mall shooting won’t open their eyes that good people carrying guns aren’t the problem and sometimes even the solution to a shooter issue.

That mall is about three miles from my home and there is a reason that I haven't been there in quite a few years.
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Re: Kenwood City Center Mall - Cincinnati

Postby Brian D. » Mon Jul 18, 2022 3:35 pm

I try to get in a decent walk about every day. Sometimes lousy weather forces me indoors. Kenwood is set up for walking. I've only broken down twice in five years and used the place. Certainly won't spend money there.
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Re: Kenwood City Center Mall - Cincinnati

Postby 147Doc » Mon Jul 18, 2022 6:53 pm

I haven't been in there in... a decade? Something like that, anyway.
It's just under two miles for me.

Before they posted it was sometimes an enjoyable place to wander and window shop. Oh, well, their loss.
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Re: Kenwood City Center Mall - Cincinnati

Postby 513resident » Mon Aug 22, 2022 6:54 pm

Brian D. wrote:I try to get in a decent walk about every day. Sometimes lousy weather forces me indoors. Kenwood is set up for walking. I've only broken down twice in five years and used the place. Certainly won't spend money there.


LOL I was just there today. Have been mall-walking because I need exercise and it's just been too hot and humid lately for outdoors walking. I stopped and photographed their no guns sign today. Aside from the usual circle slash symbol it reads as follows: "This private property is monitored by security officers and other security features including firearm detecting dogs."

Firearm detecting dogs? Yeah right! :lol:
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Re: Kenwood City Center Mall - Cincinnati

Postby schmieg » Mon Aug 22, 2022 8:33 pm

513resident wrote:
Brian D. wrote:I try to get in a decent walk about every day. Sometimes lousy weather forces me indoors. Kenwood is set up for walking. I've only broken down twice in five years and used the place. Certainly won't spend money there.


LOL I was just there today. Have been mall-walking because I need exercise and it's just been too hot and humid lately for outdoors walking. I stopped and photographed their no guns sign today. Aside from the usual circle slash symbol it reads as follows: "This private property is monitored by security officers and other security features including firearm detecting dogs."

Firearm detecting dogs? Yeah right! :lol:

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Re: Kenwood City Center Mall - Cincinnati

Postby 513resident » Tue Aug 23, 2022 8:01 am

schmieg wrote:They are trained to smell the Hoppes.


New Hoppes or old? I've been told that Hoppes changed the formula recently and that it no longer smells like bananas. :wink:
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Re: Kenwood City Center Mall - Cincinnati

Postby bignflnut » Fri Oct 07, 2022 1:18 pm

Haven't been in 20+ years....but my classmates and I took a bus to the mall to watch a movie.


Little did we know that the bus would no longer be running at 11PM when the movie was over.

We rode back to UC in a street sweeper (driver, myself and two others...he was sweeping the empty parking lot). God Bless that dude.
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