Culture Magazine


  • The Battle of the North Atlantic: Allied Convoys

    Battle North Atlantic: Allied Convoys

    There are many battles in World War Two which historians claim to be the “most important battle of the war.” But the Battle of the North Atlantic really was... Read more

    The 17 November 2010 by   Sfalcont
  • An Alphabet Soup of Confusion: Torpedo Craft in World War Two

    Alphabet Soup Confusion: Torpedo Craft World

    [Crossposted from] PT Boats, MTBs, E-Boats, S-Boots, Torpedo boats all blend together as generic terms for some type of small, fast torpedo... Read more

    The 03 November 2010 by   Sfalcont
  • Sujet: La Jeune Peinture

    Sujet: Jeune Peinture

    It is not often that one can see a complete overview of an art movement, but this is the case for the post-war French figurative school known as La Jeune... Read more

    The 28 November 2010 by   Adventuresintheprinttrade


    [CORRECTION: An unfinished version of this post was released earlier today. This post is meant to replace that erroneous post. My apologies for any confusion... Read more

    The 10 November 2010 by   Winterthorn
  • The Enigma of Henry Somm

    Enigma Henry Somm

    Henry Somm is a fascinating figure on the fringes of Impressionism. He took part in the Impressionist Exhibitions of 1879 and 1889, both at the Galerie... Read more

    The 22 November 2010 by   Adventuresintheprinttrade
  • Harry Bradley Car Design Teacher in ACCD Pasadena

    Harry Bradley Design Teacher ACCD Pasadena

    Harry Bradley has been my teacher at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena (here one of his famous drawings) and I decided to tell you about him a bit becaus... Read more

    The 05 November 2010 by   Luciano
  • Langston Hughes: the First Book of Jazz

    Langston Hughes: First Book Jazz

    FOR LANGSTON HUGHES'S THIRD ENTRY in the First Books series, he turned his attention to a subject that was of great importance to him: jazz. Read more

    The 01 November 2010 by   Winterthorn
  • Langston Hughes Wrap Up

    Langston Hughes Wrap

    MY ENTRIES FOR THE PAST TWO MONTHS have focused on the children's books of Langston Hughes and his associates. Hughes was prolific in every form that he worked... Read more

    The 30 November 2010 by   Winterthorn
  • Churchill – End of the Beginning

    Churchill Beginning

    PRIME MINISTER WINSTON CHURCHILL SPEECH AT THE MANSION HOUSE “End of the Beginning” Speech London, November 10, 1942 I notice, my Lord Mayor, by your speech... Read more

    The 18 November 2010 by   Sfalcont
  • Chat Room at Feast Festival Opening Night Party!

    Chat Room Feast Festival Opening Night Party!

    While 3,000 people doofed around us, we stayed in bedHere are Megan, Cary and I (see the close-ups of Megan and Cary on telly?) doing some radical relaxation... Read more

    The 16 November 2010 by   Aurorapowers