The demolition of the Friars Club
Cincinnati, Ohio can scratch off another storied and historical site, disguised under the veil of progress: the Friars’ Club.
The Rise and Fall of St. Michael’s Catholic Church
The Rust Belt defines a vast declining industrial corridor of the United States roughly between Chicago and Albany, New York, and dominating many of those once-bustling communities are churches. Many were built as domestic steel mills were being constructed across the country in the early 20th century, and many were closed with the collapse of the steel industry.
Rightsizing in Saginaw, Michigan
Rightsizing the city of Saginaw, Michigan.
The Community General Store
The good old days of the community general store.