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Barn Find


Little did Ron Fedor know when he was doing masonry work in Hiram, Ohio, that the old barn he saw across the street would be home to him and his wife, Sherry, for more than 30 years. We tell the story of the Fedors finding, moving, and rebuilding the barn into a home—and filling it full of folk art— in our April 2020 issue.

North Augusta’s Living History Park to Host Directory

The 2020 Directory of Traditional American Crafts heads to South Carolina this year with a visit to North Augusta's Living History Park. To showcase the finest workmanship, selected item judged museum quality will be photographed on the grounds and amid the exhibits of the park.

The Living History Park is a perfect location for our Directory shoot. The Park represents North Augusta and the surrounding areas of the 1716–1785 period during which it played a vital role in the development of South Carolina and Georgia (colonies at the time) through the Indian Trade. Over the years, the Park has grown to be a vital part of the North Augusta community as a setting for concerts, picnics, recreation, weddings, community events, historical demonstrations, a two-day living history encampment, and an artisan’s fair.  [MORE]

Bonus Recipes: For Valentines Day

In our February 2020 issue, we promised recipes for special Valentine’s Day treats. We've posted them here, on-line, and you can view or download them by clicking here.

Christmas Is Here!

We publish our special Christmas issue in September so that you can make holiday plans and have time to order custom-made products that will be ready as gifts on the big day. Copies are already on their way to subscribers (and most should have them by now) and it should be on the newsstand through the holiday—although that's often up to the whims of the newsstand manager—ask for a copy if you don’t see it. What's inside? Read further to find out.  [MORE]

Archive:

Historic Richmond Town Showcases 2019 Directory: Historic Richmond Town,
Leather Care: In our February 2019 issue, we told you how to care for your leather antiques an
A Brownsburg Cabin Christmas: Now available, our new holiday book A Brownsburg Cab
Winterthur Ornaments: In our Christmas issue, we promised you bigger views of some of the
Test Yourself on the Declaration of Independence: Do you think you know A
The Ring of Coincidence: In our August issue in the story about Gill and Patty Sanchez a
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