Posts Tagged ‘donna reiner’

March 14, 2011

Map got your tongue?

by: Jim McPherson

Tweet Prepare yourself for a lot of tan with a bit of green background, courtesy of Google Maps. I am not an employee of Google nor do I play one on TV. I do not own Google stock out-right — dang it! — but I may have a few shares in the bowels of some mutual fund I hold. With that said, I enjoy making Google Maps because I’ve been a fan of maps and flags of countries since childhood. Thank you National Geographic. And it’s true, a picture is worth a thousand words. You’re now reading Blooming Rock, “Your…

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Tweet Today’s guest post is written by Donna Reiner, PhD and Bank Maven.  Donna spoke at last weekend’s Modern Phoenix Expo about Mid-Century Modern Banks in Phoenix.  Some of the banks Donna highlighted are buildings you might drive by all the time and not give a second thought to.  They are a part of our everyday fabric and we may not notice them, but on closer inspection, they are fantastic examples of mid-century modern Phoenix architecture.  Donna’s work with banks is important because it helps raise awareness of these historic structures so they don’t fall into disrepair or worse, get…

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