Grace Haynes, a LibParlor Contributing Editor, reviews Academic Libraries for Commuter Students.
by Genevieve Holt Anastasia costume designer Linda Cho and costume builder Eric Winterling have raised the bar on Broadway costumes. Literally. Some of the dresses they created for the Broadway production of Anastasia are so heavy, a pulley system had to be rigged up at New York’s Broadhurst Theater to lift the more elaborate pieces. […]
Hundreds of mourners have gathered at a Crystal Lake funeral home to pay their final respects to 5-year-old A.J. Freund, whose brutal murder has brought the community together in mourning.
It is a few weeks since this event at Queens Film Theatre took place and I have not been diligent enough through other events and Easter, the orthodox one is this weekend 28 April 2018 – Bulgaria Greece and other places celebrate it according to their calendar, and I have progressed to having I hope […]
Last fall at the National Guild for Community Arts Education Annual Conference in Baltimore, MD, Mass Cultural Council and Health Resources in Action presented to a large gathering of teaching artists, educators, and program leadership on the topic of Creative Youth Development and Music Engagement. This was the start of a full-day workshop and site […]
Excerpt from 10:00 Nightly News Weather Report with George Winterling Channel 18 KHAD-TV Haddonfield Illinois Halloween Night The record heat and humidity that has plagued the Great Lakes Region for the last few weeks, making Autumn feel much more like mid-Summer, will give way to some vicious Thunderstorms Halloween Night and into Saturday Morning. A […]
Nachdem ich Euch in meiner Rubrik Weine von Mallorca erst eine meiner liebsten Bodegas vorgestellt habe, ist heute endlich ein weiterer Stern am Weinhimmel Mallorcas an der Reihe: Das Weingut Son Campaner in der Nähe von Sencelles. Gut zu erreichen, wunderschön und ruhig gelegen, ist Son Campaner der perfekte Ort für einen kleinen Ausflug und eine […]
‘Want to Read’ Shelf from last post: 236 Current ‘Want to Read’ Shelf: 236 (not counting recent purchases and inventory) There is a value to this series, and not just in a satisfying feeling that also comes with decluttering. Last month was my birthday, and we dropped by a bookstore on a whim, because it’s my […]
This is the first post (of 20) sharing the 1962 Baseball Baedeker guide to every city & team in Major League Baseball in existence at the time. The guide was designed to make it easier for players and travelers to know where hotels, restaurants and assorted other spots were located. From the guide: Karl Baedecker […]
In the Henry Art Gallery, here at the University of Washington, there is a piece that really caught my eye by Susanne M. Winterling. Her piece Glistening Troubles is a multimedia installation with mirror columns, specimens cast in resin, CGI animation, and HD video. This piece really caught my eye, not only because of the […]
The Wizards of Once by Cressida Cowell The Wednesday Wars by Gary D. Schmidt Winterhouse by Ben Gutterson Wild Wings by Gill Lewis Winterling by Sarah Prineas Have you recently read a book that starts with the letter W?
Elizabeth Scheinberg wrote a guest post on the recent revelation that the Delaware Department of Education would be taking over the administration of the Delaware Autism Program. Like many of us, she has many questions that beg answers!
What’s On 020 7870 6876 The UK Premiere of Martin Sherman’s Gently Down The Streamstarring Jonathan Hyde opens next week ‘Tender, funny and unconventional romance’ Variety Directed by Olivier and Tony Award nominee Sean Mathias (No Man’s Land), this passionate and funny production starsJonathan Hyde (Titanic) in a rare London stage role alongside Ben Allen and Harry Lawtey. This production marks the legendary Martin […]
The State of Delaware stole the Delaware Autism Program from the Christina School District when no one was looking. With an almost imaginary and very vague loophole in recent legislation, the Delaware Department of Education is now in charge of DAP. But not so fast…