Tag Archives: Music

Soul on Wax

Don’t know why, but I’m glad that I just received an email from Made Woman Magazine with the last-day-of-women’s-history-month-tribute, “Soul On Wax: History of Women in Music.” Here’s the link: http://www.madewomanmag.com/soulonwax

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Page Proofs

The page proofs arrived for Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony: A Friendship that Changed the World. Since this is the last time I get to make corrections or changes, I went into total obsessive mode for a couple … Continue reading

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Colman’s New Album

Today is the release date of my singer/songwriter son’s album, “Swallowed by the Sun COLMAN.” Powerful and evocative, “Swallowed by the Sun COLMAN,” will grab your heart and mind! Listen for yourself at: www.colmanmusic.com

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Check it out

Check out “Swallowed by the Sun Colman” at www.colmanmusic.com Listen to “Hollywood, Florida” and join the mailing list. The Colman is my son Jon!

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Chusok, or Korean Thanksgiving Festival

I love being a writer for many reasons, including having learning adventures! For example, in writing Thanksgiving: The True Story I attended Chusok, the Korean Harvest, also called Korean Thanksgiving Festival, in a park near my house in northern New … Continue reading

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The Indian Hoop Dancer

More from the powwow–this is the Hoop Dancer. My previous post has more details about the powwow and another video.

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Powwow

Last night we went to a powwow at the Queens County Farm in Floral Park, NY. It was fabulous. Here’s a clip of Keith (whose last name I didn’t catch, but I’ll try to track down), a Plain Cree from … Continue reading

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What a Concert

Yesterday morning, Linda came home from the bagel store with the news of a 5:00 p.m. concert at Madison Square Garden in honor of Pete Seeger’s 90th birthday; a once-in-a-lifetime concert, she said, sad that we would miss it. But … Continue reading

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Sophie & Yankee Doodle

Where & When: my car, last week What: singing all the verses of “Yankee Doodle” Why: the kindergarten kids are singing it as part of a show I’m navigating traffic & half listening to the lyrics, which I don’t really … Continue reading

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End stretch

I’m pressing onward to finish  Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, A Friendship That Changed the World. My editor is waiting. Spring break is over, back to teaching 3 classes at Queens next week, plus a author visit at … Continue reading

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