We Hear You America: Main Street, USA
Take a walk down Main Street, USA and see our favorite shots of downtowns submitted to our We Hear You America campaign.
Photo credit: Laura Smetak
Take a walk down Main Street, USA and see our favorite shots of downtowns submitted to our We Hear You America campaign. From Massachusetts to Missouri, here's what you can find on Main Streets across the country.
McKinney, Texas' historic downtown has an attractive mix of small-town charm and big city flair, offering a “wonderful place to build a life,” according to local resident, Laura Smetak.
Photo credit: Judith Bengochea
Judith Bengochea calls Sullivan, Indiana the “hidden treasure of the Midwest.” With more than 25,000 acres of outdoor wilderness land, abundant boating and fishing, and an off-road vehicle park, and a picturesque downtown, there’s plenty to keep visitors and locals active.
Photo credit: T. Reeves
The iconic Davis Theatre in Higginsville, Missouri, could close its door if the town can't raise enough money to keep it running. A small group of local women, fearing that future generations won’t be able to enjoy the historic theater, banded together to raise awareness, and since then, the whole community is supporting the downtown Davis Theatre.
Photo credit: Linda Grace
North Brookfield, MA
The beautiful North Brookfield, Massachusetts Town House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Friends of the Town House are hoping to preserve the beautiful, downtown building for future generations.
Photo credit: Derek Smith
New Port Richey, FL
Silent film actor Thomas Meighan built the Richey Suncoast Theatre in
the 1920s in downtown New Port Richey, Florida. At its prime, the
theatre attracted Hollywood film actors, and today it hosts the Thomas
Meighan Film Festival.