“Patriotism is supporting your country all the time and the government when it deserves it.” — Mark Twain
When “the Lincoln of our literature” trekked through Palestine, the traveler’s eternal hopes met facts on the ground.
Got the blues? Listen to its offspring and try not to smile. And hear six jug band tunes in “I Hear America Singing.”
Folks in Jericho, Vermont thought the Bentley boy was crazy to be out in the snow. Then they saw his photos.
The study said… The study said… Then Carol Gilligan realized. The study had only studied boys. Might girls speak “In a Different Voice”?
How to sum up a year with 52 articles? Six road trips? A dozen lists? Do The Attic 2018 Crossword and WIN a free mug!
Fannie Lou Hamer was the soul of Mississippi’s civil rights movement. Soon all of America would hear her voice.
As the first woman in Congress, Montana's Jeannette Rankin had many goals. But war intervened -- twice.
New York would have locked him up. LA would have let him roam. But San Francisco hailed the eccentric ex-millionaire as “Our Emperor!”
Many magazines have courted children, but none charmed its readers — and future writers — like St. Nicholas.
When a radical Mexican muralist began to paint at Dartmouth, some wanted his work destroyed. The college president refused.
Deaf, dumb, and blind, she lived “at sea in a dense fog.” And then her teacher came.
The artists of Ant Farm planted their car craziness on the Texas Panhandle. The world came. So did The Attic.