Archives for February 2007

Robert McCloskey: Alive With Wonder In Maine

by Alexandra W. Pecci In Robert McCloskey’s children’s books, Maine is a place where life moves with the shifting tides […]

Step into Pippi Longstocking’s Mismatched Shoes at the Junibacken Museum in Sweden

by Stephanie Nikolopoulos Any girl that has ever worn her hair in braids has undoubtedly been called Pippi Longstocking. The […]

Interview with Jerry Sutphin, Expert Aboard the Delta Queen Steamboat

by Jennifer Ciotta Gerald W. Sutphin has taken his passion of steam boating to an incredible level.  Involved in a […]

A Historical Account Aboard the Delta Queen

By Jerry Sutphin Early one evening in the fall of 1996 I received an unexpected telephone call from David Snow, […]

The “Easy” Yet Complex Writing of Walter Mosley, A Black Jewish Author

by Mallory Sweeney Although often pictured sporting his signature cocked, off-white fedora, Walter Mosley proves through his writing that he […]

A New Kind of Renaissance: Touring Harlem

by Jennifer Ciotta As I ventured out into the freezing cold this past Saturday, I almost ran back inside, put […]