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Recent Stories of the Week
- High-Voltage Debate
Should Power Lines Bisect Historic Places?
Sept. 28, 2007
- The Green Future of Preservation
Today's University Students See the Connection Between Green and History.
Sept. 21, 2007
- Route 66 Hipsters
Young Love for an Old Road
Dec. 19, 2008
- Not Set in Stone
How New England Cares for its Rock Walls
Dec. 12, 2008
- Fixing Frank Lloyd Wright
After an Earthquake, Los Angeles' Ennis House Has Been Stabilized.
Oct. 5, 2007
- Vintage Neon
In Portland, the electric signs of an old motel strip create identity for a transitional neighborhood.
Dec. 5, 2008
- The Big Easy's Canvas
How Art Can Help New Orleans
Nov. 27, 2008
- In the Spotlight
Once Slated for Demolition, Philadelphia's Boyd Theater Takes Center Stage.
Nov. 21, 2008
- No One Home
Like Many Historic House Museums, Manhattan's Oldest House Needs Visitors.
Nov. 7, 2008
- Our Favorite Halloween Haunts
How Historic Sites Play Up the Holiday
Oct. 31, 2008
- Uncovering the Underground Railroad
Did Lancaster County's secret sites leave any trace?
Sept. 26. 2008
- Gustavgate in New Orleans
In State of Emergency, Mayor Ray Nagin Rescinds Demolition Protections for National Register Districts.
Sept. 12, 2008
- Old Hollywood vs. Condos
The Battle of Tara
Sept. 5, 2008
- Bay Area Brawl
Presidio Battle Pits Prominent San Franciscans Against Preservationists.
Aug. 22, 2008
- Endless Summers
Some Camps Have Been Around for Generations.
Aug. 15, 2008
- A New Orleans Hospital Has a Shot at Recovery
The Fate of Charity and its Neighborhood Depend on a Study.
Aug. 8, 2008
- Priority Mail
When the Post Office Declares a Historic Downtown Building an Insufficient Address
June 27, 2001
- This Old Firehouse
What can towns do when their fire engines can't fit in the historic station?
August 1 , 2001
- Atomic History
A plan to save relics of the atomic age
July 18, 2001
- Paint it Black
Stonington, Conn., turned back the British. Can it handle an architect from New Jersey?
July 25, 2001