Posts Tagged ‘L.E. McCullough’

“What Whistle Would You Play at Your Mother’s Funeral?” is a far-ranging tour guide of the many unusual places scholar/performer L.E. McCullough has...

L.E. McCullough observes that art can help us remember: and therefore should not always comfort.

L.E. McCullough, who writes for this 'zine, lets us know about a new book of Interfaith Prayers that he co-edited with the Rev. Elizabeth Bansavage, and a...

L.E. McCullough interviews Jerry Freeman, the only full-time 'tin whistle tweaker.'

The Irish-American trad girl group ("girsa" means young woman) presents an Irish Christmas show in New Jersey.

L.E. McCullough reviews Jon Brielle's "Himself and Nora": "a well-structured ensemble piece"

L.E. McCullough talks to Jonathan Brielle, author of "Himself and Nora," a play about James Joyce appearing in Rahway, N.J>, from April 24 to Mau 12.

L.E. McCullough previews the new play "Himself and Nora," which appears at Hamilton Stage in the Rahway, New Jersey, produced by the American Theater Group,...

What are you thankful for?

Beverly Orel makes gravy with the drippings How It’s New York: The Thanksgiving Day Parade is a NYC tradition, and the city loves this holiday, which...

How It’s New York:  L.E. McCullough is a noted musician and author and a playwright whose work has been staged locally throughout the NY-NJ area.How...

Downtown Millburn, post-Sandy. Dark. How It’s New York: This is about Hurricane Sandy, which hit us here big time on October 29. The world was...

How It’s New York:  A growing number of New York-born-and-bred Irish musicians have migrated to the Rockland County hamlet of Pearl River, NY. How...

How It’s New York:  Since the 2008 U.S. Presidential election, more than 2.5 million newly naturalized U.S. citizens have become eligible to vote;...

L.E. McCullough plays at the opening of the exhibit How It’s New York: Recognize some of the names in the WaterElemental Crafts & Fine Art exhibit of...