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Buried Treasure! Antique Loom Found in 1780s Timber Frame

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This week’s guest blog comes to us from our fellow builder and timber framer, Glenn Tarbell, who is currently restoring a 1780s timber frame from Tinmouth, VT.  488 more words

American Heritage

Preserving the Past—The Village at Grand Traverse Commons

Preserving the Past—The Village at Grand Traverse Commons

I remember the first time I explored the grounds of the former Traverse City state psychiatric hospital (Northern Michigan Asylum among other names). 868 more words

North America

ThrillerFest - Author Steve Berry

Hands down, one of my favorite authors. And apparently, I’m not the only one. New York Times and #1 International Bestseller, Steve has sold over 19 million books in 51 countries in 40 languages. 186 more words


QUESTION OF THE DAY: Does Wilmington Do Enough To Preserve Its History?

Here is Wilmington Apple’s Question of the Day for July 14: Is Wilmington Doing Enough To Preserve Its History? 

The question is timely after today’s demolition of the Whitefield School.   341 more words

Question Of The Day

History: Wash, rinse, repeat?

I picked up a copy of this week’s (17 July 2015) Newsweek at the local Kiosk in the St. Gallen Hauptbahnhof.

Two articles caught my attention: 1,180 more words


#1 City in all of Europe

Fun fact: Many people I’ve spoken to about my trip say that Prague is one of their most favorite cities in Europe.

Figure 1: Prague Map… 525 more words


Reblog via Untapped Cities ~ Saving Place: 50 Years of NYC Landmarks, Interview with the Curators

On April 21, 2015, the Museum of the City of New York will open Saving Place: Fifty Years of New York City Landmarks, exploring how the pioneering landmarks legislation, passed in 1965, has been a key contributor to the rebirth of many New York City neighborhoods. 641 more words

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