BALTIMORE — The old black-and-white photo taken in the 1930s shows dozens of children crammed side by side on a raised outdoor platform that served as a bathhouse. The youngsters’ arms are raised skyward and they are drenched by five showerheads placed directly above them. Their clothes – mostly bloomersRead More →

Catherine Wessling: Louisville Historical Museum: a necessity, not a pleasure I was disappointed to hear members of Louisville City Council and Mayor Stolzmann discourage investing in improvements to a City of Louisville facility, our Louisville Historical Museum, at a recent council meeting. The hardworking Museum staff have dramatically improved theRead More →

All of these guys have the ability – with the right amount of marketing and promotions – to turn a small town museum like Wagoner’s museum into a national treasure. Furnas, who works for Halsey, said the museum’s flair, coupled with its exclusive exhibits of musical and historical content, isRead More →

EDGEWATER – The home of the late oral creation artist Ken Nordine became a Chicago landmark on Wednesday, a year after it was demolished and a community effort was launched to save the mansion. City council voted on Wednesday to grant historic monument designation to the majestic Edgewater Mansion, successfullyRead More →

PHOTO: Bill Vitrier | SouthPasadenan.com News | As part of Wednesday’s city council meeting, Dan Evans, above, spoke about South Pasadena Preservation’s upcoming local church tour on Saturday May 4 in the city. Evans is a member of the South Pasadena Preservation Foundation As a member of Foundation for theRead More →

The scaffolding erected around one of Gloucester’s best-known religious buildings (after Gloucester Cathedral, of course!) The project, known as ‘Discover DeCrypt’, was funded in part by a grant of £ 1,360,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund, with additional funding from Gloucester City Council, the Diocese of Gloucester and the GloucesterRead More →