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Places That Inspire: Save the Historic Mid-Century Modern Terrace Theatre PART II
The Friends of the Historic Terrace Theatre is taking legal action to save the Terrace Theatre, the one-of-a-kind 1951 Space Age Movie Palace located just ten minutes outside of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Everyone deserves to experience the grandeur of the Terrace Theatre … Continue reading
Places that Inspire. Clifton’s Cafeteria.
On Broadway between West 6th and 7th Streets is a 1935 Downtown L.A. landmark, Clifton’s Cafeteria, where “none were ever turned away, [and] during one 90-day period, 10,000 ate free”. Clifford Clinton created his forest oasis during the Great Depression … Continue reading
Places that inspire. Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens.
The old South Street neighborhood was pretty desolate when I lived there. I rented a cheap room on nearby Kater Street alley and that 1890s working class rowhouse made no promise of being brought back to near-habitable decency any time … Continue reading
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Places that inspire: Exploring Frank Lloyd Wright in Marin, Part 2
As promised, here’s Part 2—a sampling of my photo exploration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s last commission and his only civic building—the Marin County Civic Center. Check out Part 1 if you missed it—complete with photos of the Wright models on … Continue reading
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Places that inspire: Exploring Frank Lloyd Wright in Marin, Part 1
If you’ve ever crossed the Golden Gate Bridge on your way north, chances are you’ve passed by. On a good traffic day it’s less than half an hour away on Highway 101. It’s the Marin County Civic Center, a sprawling, … Continue reading