Category Archives: Place

Examining Place Through Google

I’m sure we’ve all used Google Maps or Google Earth by now, or maybe your a Mapquest person, but either way, I’m sure you’ve seen the satellite views that these mapping platforms have to offer. Have you ever used Google … Continue reading

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Shouldn’t Miss News of the Week

Here’s some news that I think you shouldn’t miss, enjoy! Long Hidden, Vatican Painting Linked to Native Americans: This is a case of what happens when a painting completed in 1494 gets cleaned as part of the restoration process.  Very … Continue reading

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Shouldn’t Miss News of the Week

Here’s some news that I think you shouldn’t miss, hope you enjoy! Tale of Richard III’s skeleton is filled with drama-and it’s not over yet: I’ve discussed the discovery of King Richard III’s skeleton under a parking lot on Shouldn’t … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Thursday: Cemetery Image Problems

Today’s Thoughts for Thursday is on cemetery image problems, and no I don’t mean problems with pictures that you take in a cemetery. Do you know of cemeteries plagued by vandalism, illegal dumping, theft, or worse?  I’m sure that for … Continue reading

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Place Bucket List (South Edition)

This post is the sixth in my Place Bucket List series inspired by Adventures in Preservation, which asked readers what buildings were on our bucket lists.  I’ll admit, I know little about this area too.  When I list cities, it’s … Continue reading

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Shouldn’t Miss News of the Week

Here are some articles from this week that I think you shouldn’t miss. Enjoy! Locals Only: U.K. Antique Shop Bans Tourists: If you live more than 30 miles from this shop, you aren’t welcome.  It isn’t about keeping local historical … Continue reading

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Shouldn’t Miss News of the Week

Here is news from last week that I think you shouldn’t miss, enjoy! Pre-Viking tunic found on glacier as warming trend aids archaeology:  Glaciers are shrinking, and even if some are still debating the underlying cause(s), there have been some … Continue reading

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Place Bucket List (Midwest Edition)

This post is the fifth in my Place Bucket List series inspired by Adventures in Preservation, which asked readers what buildings were on our bucket lists. *Note: The regions I have given these states in this and upcoming posts are … Continue reading

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Shouldn’t Miss News of the Week

Hello everyone, and thank you for your understanding on my silence after the loss of my dad.  His service was yesterday, so here’s hoping that things will begin to resemble normal soon.  To ease back into an eventual regular posting … Continue reading

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Shouldn’t Miss News of the Week

Here are some articles from this week that you shouldn’t miss, enjoy! Cornish tapped to convert Superman building to apartments: This is a local story for me, and shows why tax credits for Rhode Island should be reinstated or else … Continue reading

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