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Forgotten Actor's Fight for Respect featured in "N"

Some historic events are not always the first attempt at change. Rosa Parks’ civil rights activism that led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott followed a simliar incident on a different bus by 15-year-old Claudette Colvin ten months earlier than Parks. 642 more words

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Chumley's

This once-tattered, dark and smoky West Village speakeasy had been a beloved haunt for poets, novelists, journalists and activists since it opened in 1922. Willa Cather, e.e. 279 more words

Long Day is Worth the Journey

By Patrick Hurley

In today’s fast paced theatrical world, where ninety-minute plays are all the rage, there is something immensely pleasurable in the investment of the three-and-a-half hour slow burn that is… 1,023 more words

Patrick Hurley

Editor Jones: UCC Wikipedia Editathon 2017

Given that I’d spent last week crowing on about the need for academia to be more public-facing in its work, taking part in this week’s UCC Wikipedia editathon provided me with an opportunity to turn some of that bluster into action. 433 more words

Charles Gilpin

It's Terrific Quote Day ~ February 8, 2017

JUST BROWSING THE INTERNET AND FOUND A FEW TERRIFIC QUOTES

“There is no present or future, only the past, happening over and over again, now.” By Eugene O’neill… 72 more words

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Free-to-Visit Author Houses in the U.S.

The National Park Service plays a part in helping to preserve literary history, from Longfellow’s pedigreed abode in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Eugene O’Neill’s imaginative Tao House near Danville, California. 483 more words

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Past Imperfect - #428

Dean, left: “Dad, what’s up with that huge book on your desk?”

Ralph, center: “It doesn’t matter. What’s important is that I give this bottle of hooch to your brother.” 303 more words

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