Saving Radio City Music Hall: A Dancer’s True Story
Rosemary Novellino-Mearns, Dance Captain of the legendary Radio City Music Hall Ballet Company during the 1970s, tells the amazing story of how she motivated a small group of dedicated colleagues, friends, media, and political allies to join forces, challenge the Rockefeller establishment and, against all odds, save the Art Deco masterpiece — one of New York City's iconic tourist attractions.
The Sunken Gold
After explosions from German mines rattled the ship, its hull further battered by huge swells and driving rain, the HMS Laurentic and its haul — 44 tons of gold meant to finance the Great War — sank to the ocean oor. Author Joseph Williams tells the absorbing tale of how the treasure was retrieved.
The Westchester Review
Join local authors as they read from their work published in the 2017 edition of The Westchester Review. The Westchester Review began with a conversation on a summer evening. "There are so many gifted writers here in the county," I said to my daughter. "Wouldn’t it be something if there were a journal for the many voices of Westchester? We looked at each other and said, "Why not?" —JoAnn Duncan Terdiman, Publisher
A reading by author Syl Tang
We may not often think of our clothes as having a function beyond covering our naked bodies and keeping us a little safer from the elements. But to discount the enormous influence of clothing on everything from economic cycles to the future of water scarcity is to ignore the greater meaning of the garments we put on our backs. Disrobed vividly considers the role that clothing plays in everything from natural disasters to climate change to terrorism to geopolitics to agribusiness.