Library cats. The outdoor cat is in due to inclement atmospheric conditions. True blue.
Tonight at the Jumel Mansion, a dramatic interpretation of Camilla’s Loves of Aaron Burr exhibition, costumed and propped by Herself, and featuring her interpretation of Madame Jumel’s table set for Joseph Bonaparte: “There in the dining room on the left was the table – china, glass, still there, and gold ornaments and pyramids of confections, [...]
Introduction to Camilla Huey’s The Loves of Aaron Burr: Portraits in Corsetry and Binding. By Kurt Thometz “You have heard me speak of a Miss Wollstonecraft, who has written something on the French Revolution; she has also written a book entitled The Vindication of the Rights of Women. I had heard it spoken of with [...]
That’s right! I have autism. Some of you already know. Some of you seemed to have your suspicions. I’ve told a few of you already and you few seemed so shocked. I know. I fooled most of you into thinking I have a normal brain (wait, did I?). I don’t. Sorry. My abnormal brain is [...]
As most of you know, Camilla and I have immersed ourselves in Harlem Heights history since moving uptown 9 years ago now. Starting with the Founding Brothers, we have worked our way through the Founding Fathers and come to the inconvenient truths of the feminist Aaron Burr and the Founding Sisters. Jumel Terrace Books was [...]
Rehabilitation. Deterrence. Retribution. The words reverberate throughout every criminal courtroom in America the moment the judge strikes his or her gravel. Three words with which I have become quite familiar during my imprisonment. While the justice system one held fast to the faith in rehabilitation, tough on crime political agendas intersected with the wasting winds [...]