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Contributing WriterThe Boyle Landmark Trust will observe Historic Preservation Awareness Month with events scheduled Thursday through Saturday. An open house and reception will be the main event 4:30-6:30 p.m. Friday at the Willis Russell House, 204 Walnut St., when...
You could own a world famous Virginia landmark! Natural Bridge is being offered for sale. The property includes the bridge, the 150 room hotel, Natural Bridge Caverns, and about 16-hundred acres of land. It was once owned by Thomas Jefferson and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgVolunteers with the Boyle Landmark Trust are hoping grants and donations come through in the near future to literally save the foundation of the Willis Russell House onWest Walnut Street. Barbara Hulette, chairwoman of the committee, is urging people...
email@example.comAn old store in Fairview is now in the Washington County Rural Heritage Museum and aviation artifacts are in another museum, factors in the selection of the Washington County Commissioners’ Annual John Frye Historic Preservation Awards winners. The...
Los Angeles Times Daily Deal and Travel BloggerNo need to go to Turkey to see Konya's famed whirling dervishes or grab some fresh gozlemes (savory flat bread). Traditions, authentic food, even re-creations of some of the country's famed cities and landmarks will be on display this weekend at the...
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HartfordJoin Connecticut Landmarks as it participates in Connecticut's Ninth annual statewide Open House Day on Saturday, June 8, and travel through four centuries of history with six Landmark properties. Explore the rich heritage of: the Bellamy-Ferriday House...
READER SUBMITTED: Pirie Associates Architects' Renovation Of CT Landmarks' Nathan Hale Homestead Ell Receives AwardCoventryA five-year renovation and addition project of the Nathan Hale Homestead Ell Visitor's Services, designed and orchestrated by Pirie Associates Architects of New Haven, has received the 2013 Connecticut Real Estate Exchange's CREW CT Blue Ribbon Award in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSoldiers in Hagerstown were among the first black men in Maryland to join the ranks of the Union during the Civil War, and were involved in the siege of Petersburg, Va., during the conflict. Among the first local blacks who joined the Union were members...
Honor Flight, a national nonprofit that sponsors free visits to Washington, D.C., war memorials for aging veterans, hopes to launch its first flights out of Fort Lauderdale this fall, making the popular trips more accessible for local seniors. The...
All that's really required for a day at the beach is a stretch of sand and surf, but there's enough of those raw materials in Florida to enjoy an experience beyond that. For history buffs, there are beaches in the shadows of Spanish forts and Victorian-...
1. Comedy that’s ‘Dy-no-mite’ Make Me Laugh Comedy Tour will host two shows Saturday, May 18, at Fraternal Order of Eagles, 18 N. Locust St., downtown Hagerstown. The shows will feature Jimmie Walker and C.J. Burney, hosted by Chad...
Havre de Grace was able to pull together a respectable version of its Lafayette Trail, just in time for the bicentennial celebration of a British sacking of the city during the War of 1812. The trail is named for Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roche Gilbert...
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