Barbara Basbanes Richter

While exploring the Folger Shakespeare Library's latest online endeavor in a blog last month, I cited the Bard's will where he bequeaths his 'second best bed' to his wife, Anne.  Though that…
Talk therapy is nothing new, but how about bibliotherapy? I'm not talking about self-help publications, but rather using literature as a means to physical and psychological salvation.
The typical fate of a television set and its contents post-production is not pretty; cast and crew may select a memento or two, but the scrap heap is the usual destination.
Before becoming an award-winning picture book illustrator, Jan Brett could tell when a story struck the right chord.
Summer is on the wane, but perhaps some of you out there are still planning a trip away.
The summer catalogue from London’s Peter Harrington includes rock ’n’ roll legend Elvis Presley’s annotated copy of The Prophet by Lebanese
If you thought understanding cryptocurrency was challenging, NFTs might as well be another language.
The Philippe Labaune Gallery may be a newcomer to the New York arts scene, having opened its doors earlier this year, but its founder is a well-k
By most accounts, Robert E. Hart (1878-1946) was a private man.