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Vigilante. Artist.

More than a decade ago when I lived in Washington, DC, I was cast in a production at Arena Stage called the Southwest Project. Conceived and directed by Rebecca Rice, the… 1,116 more words

What I Learned Today 9/19/2014

Yesterday was a sad day. My Baba Joe died, so we had a day of mourning. If you didn't know my Baba Joe, he was my grandpa. 441 more words


Oral History & Technology

Best Days of Our Lives project coordinator Olivia Bellas was invited to speak at the Oral History & Technology seminar today at Queen Mary Westfield College. 92 more words

Growing Up On Shipwreck Island - an Oral History Project

Over the years, members of our community have shared with us some great memories about growing-up on Shipwreck Island. Capturing such conversations and storing them as aural records in the Archive for future researchers is the purpose of our current Oral History project. 139 more words

Shipwreck Island Community Archive

A Strong Tradition of Inuit Oral History

This month Parks Canada announced the discovery of one of the lost ships from Sir John Franklin’s Arctic expedition. The two ships from the Franklin expedition, HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, and their crews disappeared during a search for the Northwest Passage in 1846. 153 more words


We're Back! New Young Archivists team for Paganel Archives Raring to go

Yesterday I had the pleasure of meeting the 6 new young archivists from Paganel year 6 who have opted to take on the school archive for this coming year. 182 more words

We're Looking for a Few Good Stories

Seal Beach is having their Centennial Celebration in 2015.

Do you have a story of Seal Beach and would you like to share that memory?  Funny, sad or scandalous, we would like to hear it.  41 more words

Seal Beach