Imaging Her Erotics: Carolee SchneemannBy Caroline Koebel
September 2001, amidst 9/11 fallout, Carolee Scheming came to Buffalo, New York (where I live) as part of a visiting speakers series at the University of Buffalo.
Sluts, Gossip, and Girl PowerBy Ashley Nelson
A few months ago, I totally got a blast from the past. My best friend from high school, also named Ashley, called me out of the blue.
A Scarlet LegacyBy Paul McLeary
In the May issue of The Atlantic Monthly, Steve Olson writes of two genealogical researchers who claim to have found mathematical proof that everyone of European ancestry is in some way descended from both Muhammad and Charlemagne.
Of Roofs and Hoofs: IN CONVERSATION WITH Jane SchwartzBy Margot Farrington
Williamsburg-based writer Jane Schwartz, whose biography Ruffian: Burning from the Start was recently reissued by Ballantine Books, sat down with the Rails Margot Farrington.
When the Hamptons Had ArtBy Phong Bui
Most of us are aware that the Hamptons was once a thriving artists community long before the nouveau riche took the place over.