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Owning a Historical Home

In a time of smartphones and tablets, there is a growing interest in the history and traditions of our ancestors. Owning a historical home offers a direct link to the lives and traditions of early residents. 304 more words

Bristol

Four surprising ways to peek inside historic homes

Getting a look inside a historic home can be a challenge. Few of us are willing to knock on someone’s door and ask for a quick tour. 766 more words

Historical Homes

Stepping out on Sunday

Today wasn’t exactly beach weather, but it was perfect weather for taking a walk around the Battery and checking out the exquisite scenery.  Bordering Charleston Harbor, the Battery offers a variety of homes and buildings dating back to before the Civil War.  37 more words

Charleston

Celebrating Fifty Years Along Dothan's Azalea Dogwood Trail

Spring is inaugurated about this time each year in the Dothan area with the long awaited viewing of the Azalea Dogwood Trail scheduled to open this Sunday afternoon, April 6, 2014.  203 more words

Spring Flowers

What's an LP and why should we clean it?

When I was in high school in the 1970s, the newest music technology was an LP, short for long-playing record. It was a big improvement on the 45 rpm (revolutions per minute) record that only played for a few minutes and then had to be replaced with another record if you wanted to listen to more music. 486 more words

Dianna Borsi O'Brien

This gives power to the people

If you own a historic home — or just an old house like I do — and you are all thumbs like I am, here’s your chance to get help for you and your house. 205 more words

Historical Homes

Tacoma's North Slope Historical Home District

Tacoma’s history dates back over 100 years so it’s not surprising that there are many homes that are easily 80, 90 or 100 years or more older in Tacoma’s historical district. 327 more words

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