Thursday, October 11, 2007

National Public Radio Interview - Restoring Historic Diners and Rebuilding Young Lives

John Scott of the Rhode Island Training School and Daniel Zilka of the American Diner Museum discuss the New Hope Diner Project.

Click on the link below to listen to the program:

Restoring Historic Diners and Rebuilding Young Lives

by Sara Archambault WRNI (October 11, 2007)
These days, people who don't have time to prepare breakfast at home usually grab something to go on their way in to work. The working class pre-curser to today's fast food restaurants has all but disappeared. There are only 13 diners left in Rhode Island. But some preservationists are hoping to bring a few back with the help of young people serving time.


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