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Webster Groves HS Student Gives me a Gift of Time and Talent

On Friday, February 26th, I gave a talk on Alexander Hamilton and Harlem history for students at Webster Groves HS students during their second annual All-Write Festival. The Festival consists of a full week of presentations by local and national … Continue reading

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Wonderful Addition to the Old Neighborhood

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Author events for week of Feb. 7 : Entertainment

SUNDAY St. Louis Publishers Assn Memoir Panel on Wednesday 2/10/16 with Kathleen Finneran, Terry Baker Mulligan and Rick Skwiot Source: Author events for week of Feb. 7 : Entertainment

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Book Review: Edge of Eternity by Ken Follett

Ken Follett again tackles great chucks of history in Edge of Eternity, the final installment in his Century Trilogy, which covers 1961 through 1989, and includes such epic events as Vietnam, Kennedy’s assassination, the Civil Rights movement, the Cold War … Continue reading

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5*Book Review: Remembering Arlie, A Glimpse Into a Remarkable Life

We’ve all heard that “good things come in small packages.” That would be the case for Remembering Arlie, a Glimpse Into a Remarkable Life, a compact biography, lovingly written by Arlington Neutzel, namesake and grandson of Arlie.  Born in a … Continue reading

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Saturday Blogroll

Big Hair, Don’t Care – Harlem Filmmaker Making Movie That Begs Women To Go With The ‘Fro From NYDN: “Rhadamés Julián is working on a hybrid-documentary to untangle the experiences women have had with chemical relaxers, perms and other processes … Continue reading

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Sunday Blogroll

Harlem As A Reality Show? Yes, Says OWN. NY Times Magazines Explores Vinateria, A New Restaurant Opened On Frederick Douglass Boulevard The Fire Watchtower in Marcus Garvey Park Is Preparing To Undergo A $4 Million Renovation From NYDN: “The cast-iron … Continue reading

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