SEE ENTIRE SCREENPLAY “Mr. Crane’s Vivid Story:” New and Improved USS Maine Tablet (1912) old Rochester, NY city hall. Fitzhugh Street The complete screenplay Scene 1: Havana,[ Read More ]
Firmly canonized in high school curriculums for many decades, Shirley Jackson’s short story “The Lottery” (1948) has been read by many millions. Set in a small American town[ Read More ]
SEE ENTIRE SCREENPLAY “Mr. Crane’s Vivid Story:” New and Improved Scene 1: Havana, February 1898 from 1896 film, Boxing match or Glove Contest Scene 2: Pawtucket, Rhode Island,[ Read More ]
Letha Ridley (1911-2015), second ever African American principal in the RCSD. And a 1958 photo with Martin Luther King.
Letha Ridley (1911 – 2015) had quite a life. Born in the Taft Administration that followed Theodore Roosevelt, Mrs. Ridley would live to see Barack Obama speak in the White House’s[ Read More ]
USS Maine Tablet (1912), old Rochester City Hall, Fitzhugh Street USS Maine Tablet (1912) Scene 1: Havana, February 1898 from 1896 film, Boxing match or Glove Contest Scene 2: Pawtucket, Rhode[ Read More ]
With great pleasure, we introduce Talker’s new foreign correspondent, Dr. Bruce Howard Kay, Brighton High School ‘81. The “Brighton Globetrotter,” Bruce has easily surpassed us all. As a foreign[ Read More ]
Scene 1: Havana, February 1898 Scene 2: Pawtucket, Rhode Island, February 1898 Scene 3: Washington, February 1898 Scene 4: Montana, February 1898 Scene 5: New York, February 1898 Scene 6: The[ Read More ]