Preserving Art, Culture, and History: Action on 14STWOn May 21st, local vendors and artists gathered by the Village Antique Mall for a pop-...
Preserving Art, Culture, and History: Action on 14STWThis past week on 14STW, volunteers from the community came out to support the Central...
Preserving Art, Culture, and History: Shop FeatureThis beautiful 12 foot pin table sits within Hattie & Nan's Antiques & Books store on ...
Preserving Art, Culture, and History: Glass in Central CityHuntington Tumbler Co. had many patents and special designs. Like in my previous b...
Preserving Art, Culture, and History: Shop FeatureWhile walking down 14STW, this French inlay can't be missed as it sits in the window o...
Preserving Art, Culture, and History: Glass in Central CityHistorian Earl Ray Bush grew up near Central City his entire life. He was fortunate en...
Preserving Art, Culture, and History: Glass in Central CityBefore leaving work yesterday, I noticed Betsy Gerber tidying her booth before closing...
Preserving Art, Culture, and History: Glass in Central CityIn my conversation last week with Earl Ray Bush, he told me that tumblers like this on...
Calling All Volunteers!Old Central City Days is in need of volunteers and street ambassadors for the weekend ...
Preserving Art, Culture, and History: Glass in Central CityHappy Friday! While talking to Earl Ray Bush earlier this week, I got to learn about a...
Preserving Art, Culture, and History: Glass in Central CityHuntington Tumbler Glass Company made a lot of drinking glasses and glasses for saloon...
Preserving Art, Culture, and History: Glass in Central CityIn the heart of Central City, located on 14STW, the Central City Museum sits inside th...