Downtown – Newark, Delaware

Isaac Kremer/ December 26, 2018/ downtown, preservation, storefront/ 0 comments

Neward Academy traces its roots to a school founded by Rev. Dr. Francis Alison at New London, Pennsylvania in 1741. The school moved in 1652 to Cecil County, Maryland, and finally in 1767 to Newark, Delaware. Chartered by Thomas and Richard Penn in 1769, the school was closed from 1777 to 1780 due to the Revolutionary War. Later the academy

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Akron Public Library and The Curated Storefront – Akron, Ohio

Isaac Kremer/ August 24, 2018/ placemaking, public art, storefront/ 0 comments

Akron is miles ahead of most places when it comes to making technology for makers easily available for its residents, library users, and businesses. The Akron Public Library in the center of downtown is handsomely outfitted with a whole suite of equipment to help with making vinyl banners, 3d printing, transferring media from one format to another, taking professional photographs,

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