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PastForward 2014 - TrustLive: PreservationCRISIS

TrustLive, four marquee presentations that were also available to the virtual attendee live streaming, launched this year at PastForward, Nov. 11-14, Savannah, Ga. These presentations brought together new voices and new ideas to focus on the intersections between historic preservation and larger...


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PastForward 2014 - TrustLive: PreservationSTORY

TrustLive, four marquee presentations that were also available to the virtual attendee live streaming, launched this year at PastForward, Nov. 11-14, Savannah, Ga. These presentations brought together new voices and new ideas to focus on the intersections between historic preservation and larger...


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PastForward 2014 Opening Remarks: Stephanie Meeks

Stephanie K. Meeks, President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, kicks off the PastForward 2014 conference in Savannah by reflecting on the current transformations and promising future of the preservation movement, including important issues like...


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PastForward 2014 - TrustLive: PreservationTOMORROW

TrustLive, four marquee presentations that were also available to the virtual attendee live streaming, launched this year at PastForward, Nov. 11-14, Savannah, Ga. These presentations brought together new voices and new ideas to focus on the intersections between historic preservation and larger...


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Living with Success Revisited: Summit on Heritage Tourism in our Nation’s Most Beloved Historic Cities

By Bridget Lidy A s technology changes, the modes of touring change. Establishing parameters with stakeholders is important to avoid conflict within your community. |Credit: Visit Savannah Who doesn’t like to...

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The Micro Lofts at the Arcade Providence, Providence, RI

The Arcade has been threatened by demolition, was shuttered for three years and placed on Providence Preservation Society's endangered buildings list. | Credit: Rhode Island Collection By Cheryl Hackett Nineteenth century architect Daniel Burnham left an indelible mark on the built...

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Preservation and the New Suburban Reality

By: Elaine Stiles America’s suburbs – from streetcar to postwar boom ‘burbs – are ripe for renewal. View of Tyson's Corner, Virginia. | Credit: La Citta Nuova via Flickr under Creative Commons In 2000, the U.S. Census revealed that America had officially become a suburban...

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Looking Back on 2014

Lincoln's Cottage | Credit: National Trust for Historic Preservation In 2014 the Preservation Leadership Forum blog took on several big topics including midcentury modern, the “why” of old places, and the use of big data to make the case for old buildings. Tom Mayes’ ...

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PastForward 2014: TrustLive Videos Now Available

Among the many changes at PastForward last month in Savannah was the inauguration of TrustLive. These four marquee presentations brought together new voices and new ideas to focus on the intersections between historic preservation and larger issues. TrustLive was also live streamed and...

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The Results Are In: What Kind of a Preservationist Are You?

What kind of a preservationist are you? Do you wax poetic over flemish bond and glass curtain walls? Or when you see an old factory, do you mentally tally up the economic return from converting it into loft apartments? Do you write impassioned letters to the editor to protest the proposed...

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