Category Archives: Lost Art Press Storefront

Book Signing & Reading With Nancy R. Hiller

Nancy R. Hiller, a professional woodworker and author of the fantastic “Making Things Work,” will read a selection from her book and autograph your copy during a special free event at the Lost Art Press storefront at 7 p.m. on … Continue reading

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We Will Not be Open this Saturday

Because I’ll be at the Lie-Nielsen Open House this weekend, the storefront will not be open this Saturday. Apologies. We will return to our regular opening schedule on Aug. 12 when we will welcome Nancy Hiller, author of “Making Things … Continue reading

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Lost Art Press Storefront Open Saturday

Though I’ll be in Germany this Saturday, the storefront (at 837 Willard St., Covington, KY.) will be open as scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 10. Megan Fitzpatrick has volunteered to sell books and answer woodworking questions … Continue reading

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Covington Storefront Open This Saturday

Though we’re on the eve of Handworks (and are a little ragged around the edges), we’ll open the Covington storefront this Saturday to the public with lots of good stuff to see. Here’s a quick list of interesting objects: We … Continue reading

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Storefront Open This Saturday

The Lost Art Press storefront will be open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 8, and we welcome you and your woodworking questions. This weekend, I’ll probably build another staked stool (I have the parts prepped) and perhaps demonstrate … Continue reading

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Phase One Almost Broke Us

Above is a photo I took of our storefront this morning as I got to work. Notice anything different? Me neither. But we have a new roof on 837 Willard St., which took almost 10 months of wrangling and four … Continue reading

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The End of the Sparklepony Era?

A couple weeks after starting to wreck the interior of The Blaze bar in 2015, I had a moment where I thought I should go see the doctor. This is embarrassing and personal, but there’s only one way to say … Continue reading

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