Posts made in January, 2010

Windows and Historic Homes

Jan 28, 2010 in Preservation & Historic sites

It’s a condundrum, how can I increase the energy efficency of my historic home if I don’t replace those old wood windows? Actually, replacement windows are unnecessary because older windows can be repaired and retrofitted without dramatically altering the look of a historic building. Read on! (Information provided by the National Trust for Historic Preservation) Original windows are important...

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Smart Train Delay, Hank Williams

Jan 24, 2010 in Entertainment, Miscellany

Smart Train Delay, Hank Williams

There’s still things to do in spite of the rain. See a wonderful musical right in the neighborhood, dine on food prepared by SRJC students or just enjoy the abundance of nearby restaurants and nightlife. See a Play Now showing until February 7th at 6th Street Playhouse Hank Williams: Lost Highway. A spectacular musical biography of the legendary singer-songwriter...

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Full House at Lost Highway: Hank Williams

Jan 22, 2010 in Entertainment

Full House at Lost Highway: Hank Williams

Hank Williams: Lost Highway is having a successful run- shows are selling out.  Get your tickets now to see a great show with excellent musicians. January 8- February 7th at 6th Street Playhouse Hank Williams: Lost Highway A spectacular musical biography of the legendary singer-songwriter. West End neighbor, Tim Sarter plays bass and the role of “Hoss”.  If you...

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Exercise & Dark neighborhoods

Jan 17, 2010 in Neighbor News

Exercise & Dark neighborhoods

West End Neighbor not allowed to exercise? Health enthusiast, Kay Sullivan is dedicated to challenging her body with daily exercise. Climbing the 5  flights of stairs at the nearby 7th Street garage is one of her favorite workouts. She was recently told by a City employee that folks are not allowed to use the parking garage in this manner-...

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Hank Williams: Xmas tree and ewaste disposal

Jan 5, 2010 in Events, Neighbor News

Hank Williams: Xmas tree and ewaste disposal

West End neighbor, Tim Sarter plays bass and acts in the new show, Hank Williams: Lost Highway. If you haven’t had a chance to see a show at the 6th Street Playhouse, this would be an excellent time to do so! January 8- February 7th at 6th Street Playhouse   Hank Williams: Lost Highway A spectacular musical biography of the...

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