Summer 2012 Table of Contents
- Encore Performance
Many theaters that catered to African-Americas fell by the wayside after integration, but now the marquees of these storied spaces shine brightly once again.
- Homer’s Aerie
The six-year restoration of painter Winslow Homer’s historic Maine studio is a work of art.
- The Preservationist’s New Superpowers
High-tech tools and innovations are changing the way we protect historic places.
- Travel: Sangre de Cristo
Hispanic, Native American, and Anglo influences color the sweeping vistas in this Colorado National Heritage Area.
- Place Setting: Gaining Steam
A Spokane steam plant transforms into a neighborhood eatery.
- Outside the Box: Stealing Home
A group of Detroiters works to maintain the former site of Tiger Stadium.
- Back Story: The Part He Was Born to Play
Actor Bronson Pinchot has been honing a different kind of craft since childhood: historic preservation.
- Itinerary: Newport, R.I.
The Rhode Island town has more than just the mansions that made it famous.
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