CULTURAL HERITAGE TOURISM IN THE NEWS.... CURRENT NEWS
MARCH 1 - 31, 2010
Cultural Tourism D.C. has introduced an audio tour for Washington's U Street area
Alabama's State Council on the Arts Director has 25 years and counting
Press-Register - al.com (blog)
Cultural tourism has had profound economic and social impact on communities in Alabama..
Partnership promises core revival
The wins are well known: jobs created, downtown energized, property values increased, old buildings regenerated, cultural tourism expanded...
Arts funding on chopping block
Southwest Virginia Today
Heartwood's project manager said it is short-sighted and conflicted to do away with investment in cultural tourism...
Museum attendance--and museum stress--up
Indianapolis Business Journal
An American Association of Museums survey taken in January of 2010 makes it appear that more people are taking advantage of museum offerings.
Conference to help rural communities develop local economy through tourism
High Plains Journal
University of Missouri Extension will host a cultural heritage tourism conference April 21-23 in Chamois, Missouri.
The City of St. Augustine's Department of Heritage Tourism and the Boy Scouts combine efforts
St. Augustine Record
Gettysburg will suffer if casino is built there
Because Gettysburg is an anchor for heritage tourism statewide, the entire state will suffer
New Web site designed to attract heritage tourists
Grand Island Independent
With the increasing popularity of heritage tourism, we saw an opportunity to tie the towns of Hastings and Red Cloud together...
Cherokee Nation Cultural Tourism Photos | Facebook
Welcome to the official Facebook Page of Cherokee Nation Cultural Tourism.
'A tremendous honor' for La Porte, Indiana
The Herald Argus
Designated Preserve America Communities use the Preserve America logo and the Internet to increase their visibility as a heritage tourism destination, ...
Historic Preservation group seeks to make city eligible for grants
Karen Herzog, president of Carthage Historic Preservation, said the city took the first step by approving a letter endorsing the group’s application to become a Preserve America Community and also to be listed on tourism web sites as a 'heritage tourism' site.
120 Hawaii groups share $1.4M in grants
The Hawaii Tourism Authority has awarded more than $1.4 million to 120 cultural programs, festivals, foundations and coalitions.
Saving a bit of history
New Britain Herald
Historic preservation is increasingly an important part of New Britain's planning efforts and provides substantial economic benefits through tax credits for rehabilitation, improvement in property values and promotion of heritage tourism.
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