collage of book, Metro Goes to Hollywood, with Metro singing on stage and two other metro illustrations by Paul Bunch.
Love and Laughter for Foolish Things by Susie Slanina March 31, 2022 Before companies got so elaborate and complex with their April Fool’s pranks on the internet, this one totally
Two men and a woman each holding a different paddle. One with a smiley face, one with a frown face, and one with a neutral face
Finding Wisdom and Forgiveness in Foolish Choices by Maggie Lynch March 29, 2022 This week we are talking about “foolish” things that characters (or authors) do. Of course, as with
Collage of twelve women who have made a mark in history
The Importance of Books About Women in History by Maggie Lynch March 24, 2022 I have never written a book about a historical person. Part of that is because I’m
Oregon suffragists meet with leader Susan B. Anthony, from the east coast, on left and Abigail Scott Duniway in front row white collar, from Oregon
Cheers to the Women of the 19th Century! by Mary Vine My first serious introduction to women’s rights came from my American history college class. I was to read and
Movies and history takes. Three movies are shown: The Lion in Winter, Ran, and Monty Python and the Holy Grail
History and the Art of Taking Liberties by Jamie Brazil March 17, 2022   “This whole story is completely true. Except for all the parts that are totally made up.”
Women’s Biology Does Not Prevent Them From Getting An Education or Practicing Medicine by Diana McCollum March 15, 2022 Doctors perform an operation at the Women’s College Hospital in Toronto,