How does Memorial Hall look now that Barford has reopened?

Hockessins Memorial Hall, which was originally built in the mid-1970s as a temporary home for a small group of local musicians, is now home to the funeral home and a restaurant.As part of the renovation, the memorial hall has become a dining area for visitors and has become one of the city’s busiest places.It’s been …

What if the world was a giant memorial to the people who died in WW1?

The idea of a giant mass memorial to those who died during the Great War has been around since the mid-1900s, when the idea first popped up in a book called The Great War: The Great American Memory.But this idea hasn’t really gained traction for some time, since a lack of money and public support …

What to know about the memorial hall rent dispute

D.C. Memorial Hall’s rental agreement expires July 1.But that does not mean the building’s lease is up.The D.D.C.-based nonprofit group, which is run by the National Park Service, has not received a final answer from the National Capital Planning Board, according to the organization.The park agency has not said how long the lease would remain …

When Prince Hall was a hospital: The life and times of William Bratton

In February 1947, when William Brinton Jr. was a little boy in New York City, he was struck down with pneumonia.He died four days later.William Brington Sr. was in his 60s.William Jr. had died just months before, and he was the eldest child in a family of five, with four older siblings.In an interview with …