We are so proud that our little town has made the list. The “10 of the Best Restaurants in Mississippi with food so good you’ll be back for seconds” list that is. We love having such a fun and good restaurant serving out downtown area. The Central Service Grill is always supportive of our local […]
Have you visited Houzz? It is an incredible resource for residential building images. We just thought we would share a link to our Belinda Stewart Architects Houzz page – it seems kind of popular!
While in San Antonio we witnessed an amazing light show on the facade of the San Fernando Cathedral. The video art installation was done by Xavier De Richemont. It was just Beautiful – we hope you take the time to see it, if you are in the area.
We have headed down to Texas to be a part of the Southeast Chapter Society of Architectural Historians, 2015 Annual Conference. We thought we would share some of the buildings and community that caught our eye. Former Convent, Now the Southwest School of Art. Wonderful Building Lighting – view from the Riverwalk […]
We love seeing tours at the Courthouse and other Emmett Till Memorial sites in Tallahatchie County. Contact the Emmett Till Interpretive Center for your next tour.
We recently met some very nice people running a General Store in Kewanee, MS. The General Store is called the Simmons-Wright General Store and was constructed in 1884.
March 21st, 2015 a great event to re-open the Tallahatchie Courtroom was held. The Thacker Mountain Radio program was broadcast live from the Courtroom with the featured guest Author Alysia Burton Steele and Music by Dorothy Moore and The Tutwiler Community Center Student Blues Band.
We were honored to support and be a part of the Listen Up Historic Preservation Conference, sponsored by Mississippi Heritage Trust. Monday’s presentation to the Conference Group titled, “Why we Preserve” was given by Belinda Stewart. (we will follow up with a synopsis of her presentation) Then Tuesday was the Awards Luncheon, where preservation successes […]
All of us at BSA wish you and your family a wonderful Holiday season and the best New Year ever. Please join us in our wish that this significant structure will be saved and restored for our future generations.
To celebrate the beginning of a new school year, we at BSA would like to showcase the beautiful Historic Eupora High School. The building was constructed in 1938 through the Works Progress Administration (WPA) and designed by Jackson, Mississippi Architect E.L. Malvaney. The original 15 classroom building with laboratories, a large library and an auditorium […]