February is Black History Month aka National African American History Month, and March transitions into Women’s History Month. What better way to celebrate both by reading a novel written by an African American woman based on her history and childhood years growing up in 70’s and 80’s Bushwick, a neighborhood of Brooklyn. Jacqueline Woodson, the poet-novelist, … More Another Reason to Celebrate
Philly’s Free Library had a great view of the Eagles on their way down the Benjamin Franklin Parkway to the Art Museum and Rocky steps for speeches and accolades from their many fans. The underdogs are now wonderdogs. Never having been a football fan or watched the Eagles play before, I was surprised at my reaction … More Libraries Round the World: Super Bowl LII Champs Encourage All of Us
Dorothy and her pals, even the wizard, and the witches, would all agree – the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s current exhibit “It Is Getting Wild!” is incredible. The art show focuses in on global wildlife photographer Michael “Nick” Nichols with a mix of photography, videos clips of animals in the wild, and complimentary art from … More Lions & Tigers & Bears: Oh, Yes!