Posted on 23 May 2015.
Caleb Cock and Luke Dietrich looked for fish from a new viewing area on the new boardwalk at Roosevelt Wilson Park Friday. (Heidi Dietrich photo)
Caleb Cock and Luke Dietrich on the new boardwalk Friday. (Heidi Dietrich photo)
Caleb Cock and Luke Dietrich were among the first to cross the newly-opened boardwalk at Roosevelt Wilson Park, off Griffith Street, on Friday. Public works director Doug Wright had just met with the county inspector and taken down the barricades, said resident Heidi Dietrich, who was there to photograph the scene.
May 18, 2015, “At last, Wilson Park boardwalk near completion”
See other previous coverage of Roosevelt Wilson Park on DavidsonNews.net.
Posted in Exit 30 area, Life in Davidson, Photo of the Day, public spaces, West side
Posted on 18 May 2015.
Tom Clark stands near Mestizo, newly opened in one of the buildings he owns on North Main Street along with Joe Poteat. (Lee Sullivan/Lake Norman Citizen)
By LEE SULLIVAN
Lake Norman Citizen
Nearly 40 years ago, imagination, artistic talent and some marketing wizardry transformed crushed pecan shells, wood chips and resin into an international phenomenon. Now Tom Clark is hoping for the same type of success transforming century-old brick and mortar on Main Street in Davidson into a multi-faceted dining destination.
In 1978, as a Davidson College professor and part-time sculptor, Clark joined forces with former student and business guru Joe Poteat to make Cairn Studios and Clark’s creative collection of gnome characters major players in the global collectibles trade. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Davidson College, Downtown & old Davidson, Life in Davidson, Planning & Development, real estate