Donaldson’s article “CAJUN NIGHTS AND THE CHARACTERS WITHIN: THE MANY LIVES OF A TV SERIES THAT NEVER WAS” is really quite fun to read. It’s a moving and even eye-opening as article/guest post that may make for a fun feature during the holidays.
The success of the Museum of History Associates’ first cookbook, released over 30 years ago, sparked the development of North Carolina: An Appetizing State
New York Times Bestselling Book, “Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson”
“The great tragedy of modern historiography is that more historians don’t write like S.C. Gwynne. In this book on Stonewall Jackson’s Civil War career, Gwynne has fashioned a fast-paced narrative of a man complex and enigmatic, awkward and exceptional. Gwynne has taken on a giant figure of quirks and brilliance who demands both restraint and… Read More ›
Born between 1939 and 1945, singer/songwriters, directors, and actors from the “war baby” generation are largely responsible for reshaping American music and film after World War II
Dr. Peter Sacco, host of the TV series ‘Niagara’s Most Haunted,’ offers many true, spine-chilling tales from the grave in his book, Paranormal Niagara: Cases of the Mysterious and the Macabre.