Cities are living organisms where we should add vibrant new chapters to history without eradicating it.
A lovely book on turn-of-the-century Glasgow was a perfect read to prepare for an upcoming Scottish trip.
Here’s some of what I discovered on my morning strolls while on a family visit to Alameda.
In preparation for a tour this spring, I catch up on a Shetland Island murder mystery series.
A graduate seminar on preservation gave me the chance to discuss why old places matter.
As Ukraine braces for an invasion, my thoughts turn to the places and people from a 2006 visit.
During the winter break we revisit a serendipitous encounter from 2018 that I almost missed.
Tom Frank’s “Historic Houses of Worship” makes an eloquent case for these community landmarks.
On the 80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, it is more important than ever to remember why the U.S. went to war.
The past has much to teach us. Yet elders are not our masters, but guides.