Located at 298 Academy Street in Jersey City is an old stone building that early residents dubbed the Apple Tree […]
I passed a wonderful late June week traveling the Hudson River Valley from the Vanderbilt estate in Hyde Park, New York, south along alternating banks of the Hudson to the Edward Hopper house and museum in Nyack. In addition to the 3rd generation Vanderbilts with their (inherited) railroad fortune, my husband and I explored the architectural and material legacy of FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt, financial speculator Jay Gould, West Point, the Loyalist and slaveholding Philips family, 3 generations of Rockefellers, artist/inventor Samuel F. B. Morse, the writer Washington Irving, and artists Edward and Josephine N. Hopper.
The other day I was preparing handbooks for the newest members of my Board of Directors and my eye fell […]
This time of year is known for many things: holidays, the beginning of winter, and a barrage of end-of-year fundraising […]
This week, Nina Simon at Museum 2.0 wrote about institutions with a public service perspective – museums that have transformed […]
This season marks the fifth year of an urban farming experiment at Wyck Historic House and Gardens. The 18th-century homestead, […]