Spring 2014 Table of Contents
- President's Note: More Power to the People
A letter from Stephanie Meeks, President of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, highlighting the benefits of social media and its powerful ability to connect preservationists, nationwide.
- Learning by Design: Baltimore Design School
A Baltimore machine shop-turned-school unlocks students' creative potential.
- Small-Town Renaissance: Water Valley, Mississippi
Thanks to its support for small businesses, welcoming attitude, and beautiful historic buildings, the former railroad town of Water Valley, Miss., is thriving.
- Artistic Intent: Adaptive Reuse in Vallejo, Calif.
The conversion of two historic buildings into affordable housing helps the city of Vallejo, Calif., build a new reputation as an artist-friendly place to live and work.
- Virginia Underground: Shenandoah Valley's Natural Wonders
The Shenandoah Valley's stunning mountain scenery gets most of the attention, but there's a lot going on below the surface.
- Industrial Strength: Cold Spring, N.Y.
The remains of a New York foundry become a dynamic park in Cold Spring.
- History to Bank On: Bank Buildings-Turned-Restaurants
Restaurateurs cash in on old bank buildings by serving meals worth the investment.
- Travel Itinerary: Kansas City, Missouri
Kansas City, Mo., offers more than just barbecue and jazz. It's a Midwestern center of music, history, and more.
- Back Story: Down to the Wire with Sonja Sohn
Actress and community activist Sonja Sohn has taken on a new role as co-founder of ReWired for Change
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