by Mark LangillFormer outfielder Don Demeter, a member of the 1959 World Series champion Dodgers and the first player in the history of the Los
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Stephen Sondheim in New York, 1972. Photo: Bernard Gotfryd. Prints and Photographs Division. This is a guest post Mark Eden Horowitz, a senior music
In Finishing the Hat (2010) and Look, I Made a Hat (2011), his two massive compendia of his own lyrics, complete with commentary thereupon, Stephen
Richard Gowen, 1984 IEEE president, died on 12 November at the age of 86. An active volunteer who held many high-level positions throughout the
Patrick Stephens and Teamseas #teamseas #patrickstephens #patrickstephensfreestyle - Every year, thousands of pounds of trash makes its ways into
November 19th marks the 95th anniversary of the birth of Jeane Kirkpatrick in Duncan, Oklahoma. She was born Jeane Jordan into a family of Democrats
Richard G. Robb, a longtime trustee and treasurer emeritus of the charitable Park Foundation and a former member of the NC State Board of Trustees,
Dan Stearns, professor emeritus of landscape contracting at Penn State University, passed away on Nov. 6, 2021, at the age of 70. Stearns was an
One important type of ethical theory treats moral properties as analogous in certain respects to "secondary qualities" like colors.
Paul Penfield Founder of MIT's Microsystems Technology Labs Fellow, 88; died 22 June Penfield's academic career at MIT spanned 45 years. He was
Dear French Affaires Friends, Elizabeth New Seitz passed away on 23 September 2021. It was a tragic loss for me, her husband, and all her many French
The past actually happened but history is only what someone wrote down—Whitney Brown CMU tribute Pamela McCorduck passed away last
This is more than an obituary. It's a thank-you, a tribute, a song.On Tuesday October 12, 2021, scholar, choreographer, educator and Umfundalai
The SFWA Board of Directors, staff, and volunteers are saddened to learn of the sudden and unexpected death of long-time volunteer James W.
Holiday Programming Planning Now that you’ve eaten most of your Halloween candy, it’s time to seriously solidify your end of year programming.