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South Bend Tribune ReportSOUTH BEND -- Popular downtown South Bend architectural walking tours will return, starting this Friday. The tour will be offered nine times between now and early September. "Then & Now: A Downtown South Bend Architecture Walking Tour" provides a...
When the well-to-do congregation of Ware Parish began planning a new and much bigger church during the early 1700s, they did so with no small ambition. What the vestry designed - with the help of a now unknown builder - was destined to become one...
In a sea of empty lots in Chicago's North Lawndale neighborhood sits a faded relic that is one of the most historically significant American movie theaters still standing. When it opened in 1917, the red-brick, three-story Central Park Theatre was...
Emma Leake Chenoweth was already 61 years old when she founded the Yorktown chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1922. But age didn't keep her from attempting something that a lot of people thought was crazy. Marshalling...
Alvin H. Butz has announced the first two tenants for its expanded downtown Allentown office building, known as Alvin H. Butz Corporate Center Phase II. The construction management firm, whose headquarters are in Phase I of the six-story complex at Ninth...
Staff writerThe only South Florida restaurant to receive a 2013 James Beard Award is Juvia (1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305-763-8272, JuviaMiami.com). This one wasn’t for the chef, but for outstanding restaurant design. The prize goes to Caracas-based...
Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95 plans to spend $224,000 to increase security measures at three district schools, officials announced. The plan involves creating entryways designed to funnel visitors through school offices before they can...
Tags: Arts and Culture
Some homeowners might consider a 20-foot Ficus nitida rooted in the middle of a 5,400-square-foot lot to be a liability, especially when planning a major remodel. But architect Carlos Zubieta isn't one of those people. The two-story glass addition...
Tags: Climbing, SCI-Arc, Arts and Culture
New BritainThe film 16 Acres, the dramatic inside story of the monumental collision of interests at Ground Zero in New York City in the decade after 9/11, will be presented at Trinity-on-Main in New Britain, on Tuesday, May 7 at 6:30 p.m. This will be the first...
I enjoyed reading Katherine Yamada's article on the Rossmoyne neighborhood that I live in (“Rossmoyne: Created to age gracefully” April 25). One really important reason I moved into the neighborhood seven years ago was the amazing...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Human Interest
LFHS to stage "Seussical" Lake Forest High School presents "Seussical The Musical" May 2-4 at 7 p.m. in the Raymond Moore Auditorium at Lake Forest High School, 1285 N. McKinley Road, Lake Forest. Tickets are available at lfhstheatre.org. Admission is...
Step through the gate at old St. Luke's and the hourglass starts to flow backward. Behind you, echoing through the fields surrounding busy Route 10, a steady stream of cars and tractor-trailers roars to and from nearby Smithfield. But the sound...
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