– Your soul is oftentimes a battlefield, upon your reason and your judgment wage war against your passion and your appetite. —Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet
– In the 1790s, fifty-two residents of Farmington, Connecticut, chiseled their names onto a rock in the forest. They had just received inoculation for smallpox.
– PY: I understand you were visiting the Prado Museum in Madrid, Spain, when you came across the painting “St. Dominic de Guzman and the Albigensians.” Can
– [What] kind of life [is] possible for a young woman who has come of age on the last vestige of the frontier…who has absorbed
– As a hippy Boomer mother of a Millennial bride-to-be, I have rediscovered the obscure, yet expensive, costs associated with apparently mandatory wedding attire such
– The wooden ancestor tablet presiding over my fourth uncle’s ancestral altar tells the complete history of my father’s family—a history that I didn’t discover
– Poor Yorick: A Journal of Rediscovered Objects in collaboration with our partner, the Danbury Railway Museum, is spotlighting a caboose from the Museum’s collection.