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Iowa’s Preserving History with QR-Code Enabled Plaques

QR codes are the future of plaques.

Soon, the residents of Greene County and Jefferson County, Iowa will be able to enjoy some new additions to their historical sites: a series of bronze plaques dedicated to notable persons, events, and locations throughout the state’s history.

Remembering Two Brave Firefighters with a Plaque

The names of two of Philadelphia's bravest will be forever engraved on this memorial plaque that was commissioned by the city of Philadelphia.

On April 9, 2012, Philadelphia Firefighters Daniel Sweeney and Lt. Robert Neary of Engine 7, Ladder 10 lost their lives while fighting an out of control blaze in a warehouse in Kensington. During the fire, a wall collapsed, killing the two men and injuring others.

Commemorate Big Events with Custom Artwork from In The News!

Mini Truckin' was a great magazine that delighted fans for many years. With this commemorative custom mosaic, they can share their fond memories with friends and family for years to come.

In The News is dedicated to helping both individuals and businesses celebrate their accomplishments as recorded in the pages of their favorite publications, whether it’s a newspaper, magazine, or even an online article. Through our featured article plaques, people are able to preserve the stories of their greatest achievements so that they can be shared with others for decades to come.

A Plaque Caper Half a Century in the Making

The grave marker of a Revolutionary War hero is a monument to our forefathers, and for many, the only way we can preserve their memory.

Last week, we talked about the theft of three brass memorial plaques honoring servicemen from California in National City’s Kimball Park Stadium. Thankfully in the case of that theft, the thieves abandoned the plaques quickly when the local community’s outcry against the defacing of a memorial honoring previous generations of their own families proved to be extremely vocal.

Memorial Plaques Stolen from Kimball Park Stadium, then Recovered

The criminal or criminals involved in the theft are still unknown.

Just a couple of weeks ago, thieves took down three brass plaques from the veteran’s memorial at Kimball Park Stadium in National City, California. The sudden disappearance of the memorial plaques that have honored fallen American soldiers for over 60 years sparked outrage among the residents of the California community.

Custom Car Destroyed, A Plaque Keeps the Memory Intact

Helmintoller's prized ride, shortly before he donated it to the Kentucky museum.

You may or may not have heard about the incident at the Kentucky National Corvette Museum, where more than a half-dozen rare and valuable Corvettes fell through the floor of the museum into a sinkhole that had developed under the building’s foundation.

Important Plaques: The Vietnam War In Memory Plaque

Remembering those who lost their lives in the conflict

The Vietnam War remains one of the most controversial and infamous wars that the United States of America has ever been involved in. This war, which officially began in 1954 (Dwight D. Eisenhower pledged support to South Vietnam's Ngo Dinh Diem in 1955), saw more than half a million American military personnel become embroiled in the conflict over its nearly two-decade long lifespan.

Great Plaques Throughout History And The World

Fenway Park

Plaques have been used throughout history to commemorate achievements and to honor the past. They are permanent reminders of victories, accomplishments, and tribute. Worldwide, plaques are used to commemorate the biggest events in history. From national historical milestones and natural landmarks, to entertainment hotspots and memorial sites, plaques serve as public reminders for all to see.

Remembering 9/11 - The Heart of Steel

Heart of Steel

September 11, 2001 is a day that Americans will never forget. From the wealthiest businessmen who were busy brokering million-dollar deals on the east coast to young schoolchildren still asleep in their beds on the west coast, odds are if you ask them where they were when the towers fell, they can tell you exactly where they were at that moment on that day.

Article Frame - Reviving a Legend: Pierre Suranto & '59 Chevy Impala

Reviving a Legend

Pierre Suranto is no stranger to the pages of Lowrider magazine. Back in August of 2005, the up-and coming musician known as "Smoove-P" was featured in Lowrider because he was getting married to one of the magazine's models atop one of his custom Chevy Impalas. The model was a woman named Melanie who Pierre had met when Lowrider was shooting pictures for a February '04 article about his 1961 Chevy Impala.

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