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A Neighborhood Fights For a Landmark

4th Avenue in South Brooklyn isn’t anybody’s favorite road, not to drive on, certainly not to walk on, nor even – let’s be honest – to live alongside. 885 more words

Raising a Failing Preservation Grade

Historical preservation, while not often the highest priority in politics, is important for preserving and restoring the cultural landscape of an area. In this, Arcadia is failing. 18 more words

Katta Hules

Where My Photography Began

In going through photos for a recent project, I came across this image. I sighed and smiled. It brought back tons of memories of this place I grew to love. 525 more words

Christena's Photography

Sea to Rising Sea: ProjectARCC at the Keeping History Above Water Conference

Our tour of the coastal Point neighborhood in Newport, Rhode Island covered colonial history, architecture, and a recent neighborhood concern: flooding. Heavy rainfall and storm surges in Narragansett Bay flood the streets and the basements of houses, leading some homeowners to raise the foundations of their centuries-old homes.   556 more words


Memorial Auditorium

The Memorial Auditorium needs to be reincorporated into the public space in Worcester. The art deco styling of the main auditorium, the murals and remembrance in memorial hall, and the intimacy of the Little Theater must be preserved. 56 more words




When the Gravel Hill United Methodist Church experienced a devastating fire, the stained glass windows were able to be preserved and restored for use in the beautiful new, larger building.  89 more words


Efforts underway to make Canmore Lamp House a provincial historic site

CANMORE — A dilapidated, old mine building in Canmore could finally get its place in history.

The Canmore Museum and Geoscience Centre submitted an application to the province last week to have the Lamp House, an old stone building where miners would meet each day, declared a… 610 more words

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