Potty Talk from Sheely Drive

The crazy thing about history is that it covers everything. If it happened prior to “now,” then it’s history. So the whole spectrum of activities that humans engage in, from the greatest to the lowliest, can be talked about from a historic point of view. And by extension, the various tools …

The Pulliam Community Building in Loveland

In 1937, work began on the Loveland Community Building — the result of a public/private partnership between the town of Loveland, the Pulliam family, and the Works Progress Administration. The reinforced concrete building cost $150,000 to build, employed 180 workers, and when it was completed, it was large enough to seat a tenth of …