Preservation in the News - May 3, 2012
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Who will jumpstart "Architecture Idol"?
David Brussat 05/03/12
Outlet: Providence Journal
My brother Tony, who lives in Oregon, read my April 19 column "A tale of two plans for Providence's future" and then e-mailed me: "That 'jewel' plan [Dominique Gregoire's "Jewel of New England" plan] is so exciting. A bridge with shops -- how medieva...
Letter to the Editor: Politicos and the National Park Service Letter
Taken together with the letter from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the letter from former EPA Director Reilly, the most obvious conclusion is that great caution should be exercised by the City in devising a Plan that is respectful o...
4 Staten Island historic sites need your vote for share of preservation dollars
Stephanie Slepian 05/03/12
They are among 40 citywide locations in the running in the Partners for Preservation competition, a joint venture between American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Come on Staten Island, let's not get beat by Brooklyn and...
Visit a historic site for free during Preservation Month across Texas
Outlet: San Marcos Daily Record - Online
May is designated as Preservation Month by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, recognizing the country's diverse and irreplaceable heritage. The Texas Historical Commission (THC) encourages Texans to commemorate Preservation Month by vis...