On May 19, 2019, I presented my talk, “Washington Irving: A Knickerbocker in New Jersey,” on behalf of the
Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy at my favorite neighborhood cafe, Froth on Franklin.
Although I’m deep into a research project, I still find myself reading during my leisure time. I just can’t keep away from printed matter. As the weather improves and the days grow longer, I hope to spend many hours with a book in hand. Preferably outside.
(Courtesy of the New York Public Library)
Last week, I had the honor of discussing
with New York City radio legend and brilliant conversationalist Leonard Lopate on his new program, Left Bank of the Hudson Leonard Lopate at Large, on WBAI (99.5 FM).
A dream come true! Thank you, Mr. Lopate.
You can hear
the interview here.
(Courtesy of WBAI)
While taking a break from my research at the
Wertheim Study at the New York Public Library on a recent chilly Saturday afternoon, I strolled along Library Way, a public art collection celebrating world literature.
2019 is starting right!
, a podcast jointly based in Boston and Jersey City and focusing on urban issues and politics, invited me to appear on its first 2019 episode. A real honor. We Need Some Milk Continue reading