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Commentary: Glamming up Old Havana: Revival helps city’s artists (Woodworking)

Posted by netorius on April 14, 2007


Caribbean Net News – He explains that specialized trades lost to Cuba — carpentry, stone, iron and woodworking skills — are being resurrected throughout Havana. In 1992, the city historian, with help from the Spanish government, set up a school for artisans, La Escuela

Proms bring smiles; prom bills don’t
Lancaster News – The camp, Rosie’s Girls, will expose campers to carpentry, welding, electricity and auto mechanics. Youth will experience teamwork through hands-on activities. For details, call 285-7404 or see a school guidance counselor. LHS Class of ’77 The

Volunteer opportunities
Hampton Roads Daily Press – The group needs the following: someone in good physical condition, with or without a pickup truck, to help another volunteer pick up furniture and appliances for delivery to the group’s warehouse; people who can do small carpentry, plumbing or

Has SEO Jumped The Shark?
WebProNews – What about the landscaping, home staging, carpentry, chiropracty, or ditch digging professions? Have they changed much over the years? Come to think of it, has rocket science? SEO changes with the engines. I think we’re about to see a wash of new

A piece of past is saved
DeWitt Era-Enterprise – The curriculum included blacksmithing, carpentry, broommaking, painting, upholstery, art, music and the humanities. During this era, the Immanuel Home Improvement Association was organized to develop the town of Immanuel. A town site was surveyed by

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