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Through a unique partnership between a public media organization and a performing arts/education entity, a historic building in the heart of downtown...
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Designed by H. H. Richardson in the 1870s to serve the city's burgeoning Back Bay neighborhood, Trinity Church in the City of Boston would come to...
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How important are athletic programs to U.S. school districts? Here's one leading indicator: In 2005, the National Football League sold 17 million...
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The Eisenhower Theater in the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., opened in 1971. By the turn of the century, after...
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University construction spending is 13% higher than a year ago—mostly for residence halls and infrastructure on public campuses—and is expected to...
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The famed Griffith Observatory, located in the heart of the Hollywood hills, receives close to two million visitors every year and has appeared in...
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The Old Patent Office Building in Washington, D.C., completed in 1867, houses two Smithsonian Institution museums—the National Portrait Gallery and...
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For 38 years, the Pere Marquette Depot sat boarded up, broken down, and fire damaged. The Prairie-style building, with its distinctive orange iron-...
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As the home to Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theatricals—the oldest theatrical company in the nation—12 Holyoke Street had its share of opening nights. In...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
Built in 1875 to serve as the art gallery for the Centennial International Exhibition in Fairmount Park, Memorial Hall stands as one of the great...