Monthly Archives: March 2014

Through the Keyhole, a Dallas Institution, Closes Forever

Through-The-Keyhole, Dallas’ oldest miniature store, has been owned and operated by the mother/daughter team of Dorothy Harrison and Gayle Harrison Pompa since 1974. Gayle and her mother, Dorothy (who is in her 90s), do not want to close but have … Continue reading

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Irish master craftsman builds traditional furniture

In a small Chicago woodshop, Michael Walton specializes in furniture restoration, antique restoration and miniatures. “It’s St. Patrick’s Day and lots of folks – especially here in Chicago – are celebrating the manifold contributions of the Irish. So let me … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Day 2014

“St Patrick’s Day 2014 #IrelandInspires” is an animated postcard showcasing Ireland’s strengths and highlighting the qualities that make this country a great place to be. If you’re proud to be Irish make sure you share this video! #IrelandInspires It will … Continue reading

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