Category Archives: living heritage

A great visit to Long Pond Ironworks National Historic Landmark

I recently visited the Long Pond Ironworks National Historic Landmark, located in the community of Hewitt in West Milford, New Jersey (USA). If you’re in the area–or, like me, have a hidden goal of visiting as many U.S. National Historic … Continue reading

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A Czech City’s Cultural Revitalization

Urban planners know well when a city’s leading industry or market folds the cultural milieu stands in jeopardy as well. When the Detroit auto industry collapsed in July 2009 and GM, Ford, and Chrysler were consequently forced to lay off … Continue reading

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Living Heritage in Santa Fe, N.M.

Just when readers might have suspected that all cultural heritage issues reported on this blog were going to be “negative” or “sad,” Culture in Peril thought to settle these concerns with a tip of the hat to Santa Fe, New … Continue reading

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