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Shocking News: Fenway Park to be Demolished

Deb Historic Doors, Thursday Doors 17 Comments

In a devastating turn of events, Red Sox owner John W. Henry has announced that a new stadium will be developed for the beloved Boston Red Sox. Similar to the fate of the original Yankee stadium, Fenway Park as we know it today will cease to exist. Construction of the new stadium is expected to begin this fall in an …

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One of the Oldest College Buildings in America

Deb Historic Doors, Thursday Doors 18 Comments

Having attended The College of William & Mary in Virginia, I take great pride in the fact that it is considered the second oldest university in America, the “Alma Mater of a Nation”, with such illustrious graduates as Presidents Thomas Jefferson, ¬†James Monroe and John Tyler. Of course the oldest university is Harvard, and whenever I’m in Cambridge I enjoy …

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Do You Know the Smallest Neighborhood in Boston?

Deb Thursday Doors 23 Comments

Boston is one of my favorite cities, and since it’s so close to my home in Connecticut I have been making an effort to get there more often. Since I often share Boston photos on my Instagram account, I applied to become a member of IGBoston, a community of photographers that share a love of the city and other parts …

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A Few Favorite New England Blogs to Follow

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Over the last year of blogging, I have enjoyed finding other blogs to follow that celebrate my beautiful state of Connecticut, the New England region in general or historic architecture/historic preservation. At times it is¬†difficult to find quality blogs to enjoy, so here are a few recommendations to get you started: The Size of Connecticut – Johnna Kaplan has been …