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By Justified Art!
Justified Art! in the Overture Center for the Arts’ Gallery I presents 43 artists living across the country whose works address systemic racial inequities.
By Bobby+April
Firm Based on HGTV Model for Real Estate and Renovation Shows Style in New Space
By Hooked On Route 66
RALLY SATURDAY MARCH 14, 2015 TO SAVE HISTORIC GASCONADE RIVER BRIDGE Hazelgreen, MO: Route 66 enthusiasts from all over the world and local citizens will gather at 3:00 p.m.
By Valley Energy
2015 marks the 200th anniversary of the only remaining one-room school house in the Town of Winchester, and Valley Energy is one of several corporate sponsors helping to preserve it.
By Barrington Hall
A favorite springtime event, Tea with Beatrix Potter, returns to Roswell's Barrington Hall gardens for an afternoon of tea, entertainment and beautiful photo opps.
By Networking On The Row
On Tuesday, November 11th, 3:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m, Hilton Garden Inn Nashville/Vanderbilt & Jetty Music Publishing Host the 1st in a series of Quarterly events, in tribute to legendary networking parties of yesteryear & help preserve Nashville History
By Temple Judea
Temple Judea, one of the largest reform congregations in Miami, will debut an historical exhibit entitled ‘Building a Sacred Jewish Community in the City Beautiful’ at the Coral Gables Museum starting September 5 – November 2, 2014.
By iSARP
A subscription-based notification is opened to customers who are interested in knowing more about historical places in Victoria (British Columbia) and preparing themselves to (photography) trips to Victoria and Vancouver Island.
By SUNBURY PRESS, INC
Sunbury Press has released Anthony Julian's book "Pit Bulls 2: Vintage Photographs of Pit Bulls and the People Who Loved Them."
By Related Realty
Related Realty is excited to announce a new listing at 182 W Lake, Unit 2701! This Century Tower Penthouse is within a historic landmark located in the heart of downtown Chicago.
By Poricy Park Conservancy
Poricy Park Conservancy’s Historic Murray Farmhouse and Barn to participate in the annual Weekend in Old Monmouth historic tour on Saturday, May 3rd (10:00am–5:00pm) and Sunday, May 4th (12noon–5:00pm).
By Unbound Visual Arts, Inc.
Unbound Visual Arts is opening of "Susan Mara Bregman: Landmarks of Light, Boston Iconic Commercial Signs" at Athan’s Café Art Gallery in Brookline's Washington Square.
By Angela Moore
Angela Moore and The Preservation Society of Newport County have partnered to host a Champagne Brunch and Fashion Show on Thursday, July 17th at Rosecliff. Tickets go on sale Monday, March 3rd and can be purchased online at www.NewportMansions.org.
By BirdMaster
American bird control company, BirdMaster, is proud to celebrate 25 years of protecting the nation’s architectural and historic treasures from pest bird infestations.
By Project Rising Phoenix
Luhr's Market Place, PHX Commons, and Central Adams projects aim to revitalize key parcels
By Carlyle International
Dromoland Castle Calling all O'Briens! Special offers and packages created for this year
By Lincoln University Heritage Initiative
Concerned alumni of Lincoln University, PA, formed the Lincoln University Heritage Initiative (LUHI) last year when Dr. Robert R. Jennings, the university president, announced plans to demolish Azikiwe-Nkrumah Hall, the oldest building on the campus.
By EliteTVNews
Dr. Robert Ornelas current California Governor candidate pays a visit to the historic Wilson Theater located at 1455 Fulton Street, Fresno, CA 93721. From the early-1940’s it was known as the Fox Wilson Theater, operated by Fox West Coast Theaters.
By Belleview Biltmore Partners, LLC
Negotiations Continue for Purchase and Renovation of Historic Hotel Property
By The Berger Organization
Military Park Building Chosen as Site to Showcase City's Tourism Appeal

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By GeoTourist
Explore the best London walk tours by GeoTourist with a prestigious Tour Guide
By Herman Construction Group
Historic San Onofre Beach Club Gets New Life CAMP PENDLETON, CA – 24 July 2015 When Myron Hunt—the famous American architect behind Southern California landmarks like the Rose Bowl and the Huntington Library—completed the San Onofre Beach Club in...
By Arizona Preservation Foundation
University of Arizona Old Main Rehabilitation Project Receives Grand Award
By Justified Art!
Justified Art! in the Overture Center for the Arts’ Gallery I presents 43 artists living across the country whose works address systemic racial inequities.
By Bobby+April
Firm Based on HGTV Model for Real Estate and Renovation Shows Style in New Space
By Poricy Park Conservancy
Poricy Park Conservancy will host it's first, People's Choice Car Show, on Saturday, May 2nd and Sunday, May 3rd, from 11:00am to 4:00pm.
By Hooked On Route 66
RALLY SATURDAY MARCH 14, 2015 TO SAVE HISTORIC GASCONADE RIVER BRIDGE Hazelgreen, MO: Route 66 enthusiasts from all over the world and local citizens will gather at 3:00 p.m.
By Valley Energy
2015 marks the 200th anniversary of the only remaining one-room school house in the Town of Winchester, and Valley Energy is one of several corporate sponsors helping to preserve it.
By Barrington Hall
A favorite springtime event, Tea with Beatrix Potter, returns to Roswell's Barrington Hall gardens for an afternoon of tea, entertainment and beautiful photo opps.
By Barrington Hall
West African Rhythms and Flavors with Chef Sallie Ann Robinson and local drumming group, DrumRise
By C1S Group
Design-Build Construction Services to Bring the Bomb Factory Concert Venue to Life in Dallas
By Poricy Park Conservancy
Poricy Park Conservancy announces their traditional favorite, Historic Murray Farmhouse Candlelight Reception to be held on Saturday, December 27th, 3pm-5pm. Poricy Park is located at 345 Oak Hill Road in Middletown.
By Networking On The Row
On Tuesday, November 11th, 3:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m, Hilton Garden Inn Nashville/Vanderbilt & Jetty Music Publishing Host the 1st in a series of Quarterly events, in tribute to legendary networking parties of yesteryear & help preserve Nashville History
By Temple Judea
Temple Judea, one of the largest reform congregations in Miami, will debut an historical exhibit entitled ‘Building a Sacred Jewish Community in the City Beautiful’ at the Coral Gables Museum starting September 5 – November 2, 2014.
By iSARP
A subscription-based notification is opened to customers who are interested in knowing more about historical places in Victoria (British Columbia) and preparing themselves to (photography) trips to Victoria and Vancouver Island.
By Chic Choc Montréal
Montréal, le 18 juin 2014 Bonjour monsieur/madame, Nous désirons vous aviser que le Conseil d'administration a voté à l'unanimité de reporter l'Assemblée générale annuelle de Chic Choc Montréal, initialement prévue pour le 18 juin 2014, pour le...
By SUNBURY PRESS, INC
Sunbury Press has released Anthony Julian's book "Pit Bulls 2: Vintage Photographs of Pit Bulls and the People Who Loved Them."
By Related Realty
Related Realty is excited to announce a new listing at 182 W Lake, Unit 2701! This Century Tower Penthouse is within a historic landmark located in the heart of downtown Chicago.
By Poricy Park Conservancy
Poricy Park Conservancy’s Historic Murray Farmhouse and Barn to participate in the annual Weekend in Old Monmouth historic tour on Saturday, May 3rd (10:00am–5:00pm) and Sunday, May 4th (12noon–5:00pm).
By Unbound Visual Arts, Inc.
Unbound Visual Arts is opening of "Susan Mara Bregman: Landmarks of Light, Boston Iconic Commercial Signs" at Athan’s Café Art Gallery in Brookline's Washington Square.
By Angela Moore
Angela Moore and The Preservation Society of Newport County have partnered to host a Champagne Brunch and Fashion Show on Thursday, July 17th at Rosecliff. Tickets go on sale Monday, March 3rd and can be purchased online at www.NewportMansions.org.
By BirdMaster
American bird control company, BirdMaster, is proud to celebrate 25 years of protecting the nation’s architectural and historic treasures from pest bird infestations.
By Project Rising Phoenix
Luhr's Market Place, PHX Commons, and Central Adams projects aim to revitalize key parcels
By Carlyle International
Dromoland Castle Calling all O'Briens! Special offers and packages created for this year
By Lincoln University Heritage Initiative
Concerned alumni of Lincoln University, PA, formed the Lincoln University Heritage Initiative (LUHI) last year when Dr. Robert R. Jennings, the university president, announced plans to demolish Azikiwe-Nkrumah Hall, the oldest building on the campus.
By EliteTVNews
Dr. Robert Ornelas current California Governor candidate pays a visit to the historic Wilson Theater located at 1455 Fulton Street, Fresno, CA 93721. From the early-1940’s it was known as the Fox Wilson Theater, operated by Fox West Coast Theaters.
By Belleview Biltmore Partners, LLC
Negotiations Continue for Purchase and Renovation of Historic Hotel Property
By The Berwick Theater
Theaters all across America are being faced with a choice between spending 60 to 100 thousand dollars on a digital projector or closing their doors forever.
By Arcadia Publishing
Local authors team up to complete new book using vintage images to share history
By Consigli Construction Co., Inc.
Exterior Restoration of Togus VA Building Recognized for Excellence in Historic Preservation
By The Berger Organization
Military Park Building Chosen as Site to Showcase City's Tourism Appeal
By Imani Lee, Inc.
Imani Lee Language Services Completes Translation of Historic Kurdish Genocide Documents, Vote in US Congress to Follow In August 2013, Imani Lee, Inc.
By Sam Smith Realty
The Georgetown Heritage Society hosts their annual Holiday Tour of Historic Homes & Buildings on December 14 & 15, 2013
By Pushing the Envelope, Inc.
Holiday House opens December 13th in downtown Fort Myers at the corner of First Street and Fowler.
By United Country Real Estate
Sycamore Springs Near Sabetha, Kansas Now Available for Purchase
By ADPR
National Historic Ships UK (NHS-UK) has announced that it has received initial supportfor a £261,100 bid from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
By Goodwin Company
Gainesville Depot Recognized by Florida Trust for Historic Preservation, Inc.
By Arizona Preservation Foundation
Registration Deadline for Vendors Specializing in Preservation-Related Products and Services is May 31
By Society for Historic American Homes
A new organization supporting the owners of historic homes is founded
By Historical Society of Pottawattamie County
Historical Society Hosts Reception for Donor R.H. Fanders and Displays Fanders Collection
By Springs Preserve
WHAT: The historic railroad cottages that were moved to the Springs Preserve in 2006 to avoid destruction will now be transported via truck 1/2 mile within the Preserve to their final home during phase one of the restoration of the structures.
By Queen Mary, University of London
Following a £6.3m refurbishment Queen Mary's art-deco grade II Great Hall has been restored to its former glory. Offering flexible facilities for up to 770 guests the venue is now available for hire!
By The Sansin Corporation
In conjunction with May's National Preservation Month, Sansin – the only wood protection company focused exclusively on eco-friendly, “water-borne” interior and exterior stains – offers historic home renovation tips for do-it-yourselfers.
By The Falstaff Experience-Tudor World
A campaign to produce an evening to honour Shakespeare with a supper to celebrate his life and works
By Dalet Gallery
Dalet Gallery is pleased to present upcoming exhibition featuring photography by Susan Bank, Ilya Genin and Ron Tarver. Three artists present their vision of Havana, one of the most intriguing cities in the world.
By Carrollton Depot Foundation
A model train exhibit and information on membersihp inside the plaza arts building in downtown carrollton
By Barrington Hall
Metro Atlanta's only public antebellum garden benefited from a generous grant which enabled the restoration of the West Garden of Barrington Hall.
By Shirley Anitra Swagerty
Thoughts of Vermont often evoke images of maple syrup, covered bridges, country inns, ski resorts and fall foliage, but the Green Mountain State has so much more to explore.
By Julie Dietzel-Glair
Oregon, Washington, and Alaska offer many interesting opportunities for history buffs. Nostalgic wanderers find plenty of opportunities to wander through aging lighthouses and along waterfronts that have been busily chugging for centuries.
By Julie Dietzel-Glair
History is alive in the Northeast where many elegant old homes have been transformed into comfortable inns that are now stylish historic getaways.


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