Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Journeys Into Passing: Irving Fields

Passing: Irving Fields

Legendary  City pianist Irving Fields died on August 20. He was 101. Fields who wrote and performed hundreds of original songs, had celebrated his Aug. 4 birthday less than three weeks ago. He became a household name in 1959 with his best-selling album “Bagels and Bongos,” which sold more than 2 million copies and blended Read Article

Posted by: Admin August 23, 20169:41 pm
Sunday, August 14, 2016
Journeys Into Looking Forward to 150

Looking Forward to 150

2017 promises to be a special year. Canada is celebrating 150 years of confederation. Back in 1967 for the centennial, the world converged on Montreal and Expo ’67. This time looks to be different.Yes, folks will be heading to Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver and the Rockies, but they will also want to go further – Read Article

Posted by: Admin August 14, 20168:43 pm
Sunday, August 14, 2016
Journeys Into From the National Main Street Center: “Making Your market A Dynamic Community Place”

From the National Main Street Center: “Making Your market A Dynamic Community Place”

Last spring, the National Main Street Center (NMSC) and Project for Public Spaces (PPS) presented “Cultivating Place in Main Street Communities”–a series of two-day Placemaking trainings in five states. As part of this program, PPS developed a free, downloadable guide on how to plan a community-oriented market that can also become an important economic driver. Read Article

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Sunday, August 14, 2016
Journeys Into Visiting New York in Texas

Visiting New York in Texas

To most New York and Texas are very different. But there is a place where the two meet. New York, Texas. Recently the New York Times carried an interesting article about this community some 87 miles east of Dallas. New York is an unincorporated community in Henderson County at the intersection of FM804 and FM607 in an area Read Article

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Saturday, August 6, 2016
Journeys Into I Love THIS Lucy

I Love THIS Lucy

Who says there are no do-overs ? A new statue of Lucille Ball  was unveiled this weekend (August 6-7) in her a hometown in Celoron, N.Y. Unlike the old one, this one actually looks like the Lucy everyone loves. The new life-size bronze statue was created by noted sculptor Carolyn Palmer who won a national Read Article

Posted by: Admin August 6, 20168:05 pm
Saturday, August 6, 2016
Journeys Into Passing: Pete Fountain

Passing: Pete Fountain

Pete Fountain, whose easygoing, apparently effortless style on the clarinet and his perpetually sunny disposition made him a natural ambassador for New Orleans, died on August 6 in New Orleans. He was 86. More from NOLA.com Also check out these highlights from his great career (courtesy of NOLA.com)   ShareFollow

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