By Lisa Peterson America’s prohibition period and the 1920s overlapped and created a decade known as the “Roaring 20s” or “The Jazz Age.” According to Amy Henderson, curator of the National Portrait Gallery, “F. Scott Fitzgerald is credited with coining the phrase ‘The Jazz Age’ in the title of his
by Josh Fox Skeletons—we all have them. We all know about them. Starting off with 270 bones when we’re born and finishing with 206 when we die, the skeleton is a rather simple part of the human body to wrap your head around (unless, of course, you’re a medical professional).
“. . . the art of how you tell a story is often as meaningful to the audience and as moving to the audience as the story itself.”1 —Julie Taymor, Director and Costume Designer for The Lion King On a recent visit to the Haas Library Archives at Connecticut State