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Don’t Miss Pumpkin Pie Days October 8 & 9

Don’t Miss Pumpkin Pie Days October 8 & 9

During the summer of 1969, the nation marveled as man first set foot on the moon, young people from across the nation gathered in Woodstock to celebrate the Age of Aquarius, and young mothers introduced their children to a new TV show called Sesame Street. Here in Longmont, the members of the St. Vrain Historical Society were facing the huge […]

by · September 26, 2016 · 0 comments · Feature Article
Scandinavian Antiques: Anatomy of a European Shipment

Scandinavian Antiques: Anatomy of a European Shipment

By Jon DeStefano Henrik Follin began a business journey some thirty years ago when he was just 19 years old and it has led him to America and to developing one of the finest antique furniture businesses in the country, Scandinavian Antiques. Henrik is a very good businessman. He explains, “95% of what we have here is brought in from […]

by · September 7, 2016 · 0 comments · Feature Article
Rene’s Moves to South Broadway

Rene’s Moves to South Broadway

Rene of Rene’s Maison Des Fleurs has been looking for a store location on South Broadway for a long time. He finally found the space that he wanted and it became available. Rene moved in and opened his florist/antique business on August 5, 2016. Watch for his grand opening in mid September. The shop is located at 1462 S. Broadway […]

by · September 7, 2016 · 0 comments · Feature Article
Of Film Memorabilia, Posters Are the Most Charming

Of Film Memorabilia, Posters Are the Most Charming

By Roy Nuhn   The movie poster found in the lobby, or in special display cases outside the theater, announced the current or forthcoming attraction.  They were the most visible of the many types of advertising ephemera and were the first to be collected. Collectors began discovering their charm and desirability well over a half-century ago.   History of the Movie […]

by · August 10, 2016 · 0 comments · Feature Article
The Schoolroom, the Beginning of Memories

The Schoolroom, the Beginning of Memories

Editor’s Note: Years ago, school started right after Labor Day. Now, August is the month that most students return to school. The experience is still much the same but in some ways very different from years gone by.   By Starrlette L. Howard   It was an unassuming place where progress was made and a child marked time with 4 […]

by · August 4, 2016 · 0 comments · Feature Article