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Home Tour: Jim Tarbell's Over-The-Rhine house is filled with history and lots
The 13-foot-ceilinged first floor is comprised of – from front to back – a parlor used by Jim as an office that's divided by eight-foot pocket doors from the living room, a small bathroom, a formal dining room, a large kitchen and a family room

Riverstead: Talented chefs draw roadtrippers to Chilhowie, again
Washington Post
So this spring, Shields, one of Food & Wine's Best New Chefs in 2010, announced a plan to return to Chilhowie and fire up the stove at Riverstead, where visitors to Town House overnighted until the restaurant closed two years ago. He was joined on his

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Doors to the past open at Barnhisel House
Youngstown Vindicator
Mrs. Barnhisel kept two or three irons on the stove for clothes, and the family got ice in the summer from an ice house by the McDonald bridge. Ice was cut from the Mahoning River in the winter and stored there. The house also has a sewing room, a

Powers-Walker House up for McHenry County historic landmark designation
Northwest Herald
The house was pretty structurally sound – except the piece of ceiling in the main parlor where a set of stairs used to climb to the second floor. Weinreis had been at the house by himself, taking down the trim when the ceiling collapsed. “Nobody was

THE SOUTH SHORE IN 100 OBJECTS, Day 69: Hammond's Little Red
Since it was decommissioned in 1896, the building was used for a presidential campaign, a church, a private residence, a dance hall and even a funeral parlor. Despite these many years of use, the building still houses the original bell in the bell


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