UnBeige, mediabistro.com’s design blog, alerts us to a ceiling collapse at Homestead, the house in which Emily Dickinson lived as a small child and famously spent the last three decades of her adult life, writing poems. According to a report in the NY Times, the plaster ceiling in the front parlor appears to have dropped so low from visitors’ regard Sunday afternoon that they heard it hit the ground. (The house is part of the Emily Dickinson Museum and was open for tours; no injuries were reported.)
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