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Robert Goldsack Hospitality Architect LLC Robert Goldsack Hospitality Architect LLC of Hagerstown has announced the opening of the new Bungalow Ale House in Woodbridge, Va. It was the sixth Bungalow Ale House designed by Goldsack. Also under...
email@example.comWashington County officials voted Tuesday to allow a developer to delay payment of $145,000 in promised mitigation for building homes in an overcrowded school district. Under the amended agreement, approved by a unanimous vote of the five-member Board of...
Callas Contractors Inc. Callas Contractors Inc. was awarded a contract for construction of the three-bay Jiffy Lube facility on Wesel Boulevard in Hagerstown. The architect for the project is George C. Harne. Callas also was awarded the $1.5...
Boeing Galleries Millennium Park, 201 E. Randolph St.; 312-742-1168, millenniumpark.org The alfresco galleries flanking Cloud Gate ("The Bean") showcase modern and contemporary art, offering visitors a historical, social and cultural context of modern...
Special CorrespondentCheck this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Culinary features on Anna Maria Island Mainsail Beach Inn on Florida’s Anna Maria Island has partnered with the Beach Bistro to offer a number of culinary luxuries to...
Jessamine County school board approves recommendation of Tate Hill Jacobs as architect for Warner firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Jessamine County Board of Education chose a familiar face Monday night as the architect for an upcoming renovation to Warner Elementary School. The board heard presentations from two firms, Tate Hill Jacobs and Murphy + Graves, at a work session...
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Echoes of Egypt: Conjuring the Land of the Pharoahs Ends Jan. 4, 2014, Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Ave., New Haven, (203) 432-5050, peabody.yale.edu. Colleen Manassa, curator of Echoes of Egypt, gives a tour of the exhibition on...
John O'Brien is a patient man. For months, O'Brien and his architect have met with Winnetka preservationists and others in the north suburb who want to see at least part of the historic lakefront Gage House spared from the wrecking ball. O'Brien bought...
Orlando SentinelSigns reading "Stop the Lens" appear as you near St. Petersburg Pier, the iconic landmark built in the 1970s. The Lens is the proposed award-winning design by architect Michael Maltzan that will replace The Pier, as the locals call it. The city has...
The plan to transform what used to be the Park Ridge Youth Campus into a park is forging ahead after voters gave the Park District the green light last month. Permission for the district to issue $13.2 million in bonds for the project was granted in the...
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Developers are hoping to convert a former cigar company warehouse into an apartment complex. L.A.C. Group LLC is looking to convert the former Consolidated Cigar Corp warehouse at 38 Hubbard St. into 42 apartment units. According to Peter Alter, the...
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The Wilmette Park District will close its public golf course on July 29 for a $2 million renovation that officials say will reduce flood problems and provide new challenges for golfers. It will be the largest renovation ever for the Wilmette Golf Club,...
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