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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...
Costa Mesa High School athletics boosters weighed in Monday on a preliminary proposal for a revamped football and soccer field with an all-weather track around it. School district planners are in the middle of a feasibility study considering what...
Tags: Landforms, Research, Arts and Culture, Mountains
President Grover Cleveland pressed an electric switch, powering the pumps for massive fountains. The jets of water in turn cued the unfurling of flags. What was described as "profound silence" gave way to a cacophony, and the World's Columbian...
Even in a region celebrated for its early colonial churches, old St. Luke's stands out from the crowd. No house of worship in English America reaches further back in time than this landmark 17th-century relic. And mixed in with the classical...
The Hartford CourantThe town on Monday issued requests for qualifications for an architectural and a construction management firm to work on the Charter Oak International Academy construction project. Statements of qualifications will be accepted until 4 p.m. on May 20...
On busy Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, some well-kept facades conceal a secret. Behind the Mediterranean with wooden doors, the white stucco two-story with a red tile roof, the long wall obscuring a three-structure compound, hides a singular,...
A movie theater or amphitheater? Town homes, condominiums or apartments? More restaurants, shops or all of the above? Margate planners wanted residents' and community members' ideas and input on the redevelopment of the Margate City Center, 37 acres...
For Burton Richardson, living in the Harry S. Adams House has been a lesson in architecture, history and learning how the details in a home affect the way one relates to it. "We frequently talk about … what it's like living in the house,"...
Architecture and journalism, like politics, sometimes make strange bedfellows. Pedro Ramirez Vazquez, the great Mexican builder who died April 16 at age 94, was responsible for many of the monumental public works that defined the Modernist look and...
The votes are in for the winners of the 14th annual Newport Beach Film Festival. The eight-day festival concluded Thursday with a closing night spotlight of "The Way, Way Back." The sold-out screening was hosted at the Regency Lido Theatre, with an...
When it comes to family homes, modern architecture can be a tough sell. Often minimal and impossibly clutter-free, modern design also generates another common complaint: It’s too cold, too austere. But designer and builder Noah Walker recently...
A rare window to Central Florida's past opens May 11 when one of the area's most fabled mansions welcomes visitors in a fundraiser for the Zellwood Historical Society. Built by steel heir James Laughlin Jr. of Pittsburgh as a winter hunting retreat, the...
Tags: Arts, Arts and Culture, The New York Times, Winter Park, Apopka
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