Plenty of HorneMay 19th, 2016 by Michael Horne
East Side tavern's building from 1880s has unique structure, virgin wood. Why destroy it?
House ConfidentialMay 19th, 2016 by Michael Horne
The generous plutocrat's River Hills home is fit to entertain a prince, and actually did.
Bar ExamMay 13th, 2016 by Michael Horne
For 60 years it's featured duck-pin bowling, the last such place in town.
House ConfidentialMay 12th, 2016 by Michael Horne
He rose from poverty to become council president. Can he help his neighborhood rise, too?
Bar ExamMay 6th, 2016 by Michael Horne
Pets are welcome at the historic, 1890 tavern. It's a classic hangout.
Plenty of HorneMay 5th, 2016 by Michael Horne
Circular road through park becomes dead end to create golf driving range.
Bar ExamApr 29th, 2016 by Michael Horne
110-year-old bar has tin ceilings and oak bar, floors, wainscoting, ice box and on and on.
House ConfidentialApr 29th, 2016 by Michael Horne
With connections to France, novelist Henry James and abolitionist Edward Holton.
Apr 26th, 2016 by Michael Horne
Could the barge become a vibrant public space for events and community connections?
Plenty of HorneApr 25th, 2016 by Michael Horne
Acclaimed architect and Marcus Prize winner Joshua Prince-Ramus does a TED-type talk.
Friday PhotosApr 22nd, 2016 by Michael Horne
Four buildings with more than 30,000 square feet will be renovated on S. 2nd St.
House ConfidentialApr 21st, 2016 by Michael Horne
The "Boat House" on Cambridge, built in 1920s, is internationally known.