Residents of San Antonio watched last week as the 1955 Univision building fell to the wrecking ball, despite a long, hard battle fought by the city’s preservationists and activists to save it.... Read More →
On the banks of the Susquehanna River, located halfway between the county seats of Lancaster and York, sits Columbia, Pennsylvania. For centuries an integral hub for transportation, first as a ferry crossing and later as part of the Pennsylvania Railroad, it now is bypassed by traffic speeding along Route 30.
But folks smart enough to get off of the four-lane highway and onto the Lincoln Highway will discover a vibrant corner of the historic downtown at Hinkle’s Pharmacy and Restaurant, serving as the heart of the community for 120 years.... Read More →
The brick lined sidewalks, roads, and buildings of Annapolis Maryland radiate the classic colonial charm of a historic waterfront city on the Chesapeake. Neutral colors highlight the architectural details on the many Main Street buildings that are well over one hundred years old.
Maybe that's why the shiny orange sign atop Chick & Ruth's Delly on Main Street is such a cheery change of gears, a shock of color as refreshingly unpretentious as the restaurant itself.... Read More →
In the hustle and bustle of New York City, it’s easy to rush past the unassuming facade of Eisenberg’s Sandwich Shop just across the street from the iconic Flatiron Building. And in a city that changes its profile with each rising skyscraper, it’s hard to believe that this classic lunch counter has escaped the developer’s hand and continues to serve up homestyle meals as it has since 1929.... Read More →
While some counter service restaurants hold true to the lunch counter name by serving that meal and perhaps breakfast, the Texas Tavern in Roanoke Virginia is a neon beacon for the hungry 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.... Read More →