The Fourth of July On Main Street Two Lane Towns Celebrate Independence Day Here in Nashville, Tennessee, months of planning have been underway for what promises to be one the BIGGEST Fourth of July festivities in … Continue reading Independence Day On Two Lanes
Saving Nashville’s Historic Buildings – It’s Now or Never! In a city that is growing so rapidly that cranes dot our skylines, high rise buildings take the place where some of our history once stood. … Continue reading Historic Nashville: Nashville Nine Nominations
Stop & Take a Photo – It’s National Camera Day! Not many things have changed history in quite the way that the camera has. Walking around with one in our pocket thanks to those handy smart … Continue reading National Camera Day
Kid Pickers event in LeClaire attracts fans from far and wide June 13, 2015 4:02 pm • Sean Leary firstname.lastname@example.org LeClaire — Hundreds of little hands darted through an array of toys, antiques and knickknacks … Continue reading Kid Pickers in the News: Quad-City Times June 2015
The Wall of Death & Its Traveling Troupe of Daredevils Ah….Coney Island, 1911, a time when the smell of motor oil began to intermingle with the scents of popcorn on the carnival midway. The reason? Moto … Continue reading Daredevils of the Wall of Death
It’s National Bomb Pop Day! For most adults, eating a bomb pop on a hot summer day takes them for a stroll down memory lane. Every time I eat one, I am reminded of the little … Continue reading A Day of Celebration for the Patriotic Pop!
The History of Father’s Day – The Holiday That Almost Wasn’t Having been a recognized day of celebration for just over 100 years in the United States, Father’s Day is a relatively new tradition. Inspired by … Continue reading The History of Father’s Day
Hatch Show Print – Documenting History in Advertising Art Not all things are digital these days. Just ask Hatch Show Print, the historic Nashville letterpress shop that has been inspiring concert goers, consumers and fellow … Continue reading Hatch Show Print: Advertising as Art