The Receptionist: An Education at The New Yorker Library Journal "A nostalgic, wistful look at life inside one of America's most storied ... That would probably be Janet Groth's memoir, The Receptionist: An Education at The New Yorker. The title pretty much says it all, but Groth encountered some pretty ... 11/5/2013 - 11:00 am | View Link
The New Yorker, From a Seat on the 18th Floor The author, a witty, 75-year-old college professor named Janet Groth, told stories of working at The New Yorker during the magazine’s heyday ... invites and a front-row seat to New York literary life, she concluded, “It is not clear to me who was ... 06/27/2012 - 9:02 am | View Link
The Receptionist: An Education at The New Yorker In 1957, when a young Midwestern woman landed a job at The New Yorker, she didn’t expect to stay long at the reception desk. But stay she did, and for twenty-one years she had the best seat in the house. In addition to taking messages, she ran ... 06/25/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Jack Kirby Interview | The Comics Journal GROTH: Can you explain what you mean by that? Were there gangs? KIRBY: Yes, there were gangs all over the place. Some of my friends became gangsters. | View Website
Then and Now | IHM Sisters Then and Now. Sister Mary Ann Bredice is the oldest of two. She and her younger brother grew up in Ionia, Mich., with loving parents, who she describes as being a ... | View Website
Jack Kirby Interview | The Comics Journal | Page 6 GROTH: Let me ask you something that I think is an important point: Stan wrote the way you guys worked — and I think he’s referring to the monster stories ... | View Website
LIFE MAGAZINE There are perhaps 34 million of us in America--adult women who were victims of sexual abuse as children. It began for me when I was nine years old. | View Website
Chimeric Antigen Receptor T Cells for Sustained Remissions ... Relapsed acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is difficult to treat despite the availability of aggressive therapies. Chimeric antigen receptor–modified T cells ... 10/15/2014 - 7:59 pm | View Website
Why was Rick Ekberg, who graduated from MacArthur High School in Levittown, rooting on the lovable blue dragon with pink highlights from neighborhood rival Division Avenue High School during the homecoming game last Saturday?
State police said Terrance William Henry Jr., 42, went to a home along the 5000 block of Greens Drive in Lower Macungie Township at about 6:45 p.m. "to taunt" Douglas Allen Keinert, 51, about the game.