“Okay, so I’ll do two hundred of the Hey Rosemary,” Samantha says, tying a white, plastic apron around her waist before opening two, overflowing three-​ring binders. “Wait… three hundred Hey Rosemary. We are really low on Hey Rosemary. I need to make Lady Macbeth again… and I’m out of Gertrude! I’m completely out…

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  • Issue Quarter Fall
  • Issue Year 2018
Fritz is wearing a contraption. Two black, rubber wheels attached to a harness that allows him to bark and roll and bark and roll his way across the grass. He’s been wearing it for four years. Ever since he jumped and missed and fell off one of the concrete steps in the back…

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Someday, Jim Barricella will retire from antiquing. Well, maybe not retire literally, but definitely do something else with his life. Something other than the never-​ending hours he spends at his antique shop, Off the Avenue.

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I was born in Minneapolis, one of four sisters. My father was a college professor who was finishing his Ph.D. in American studies at the University of Minnesota, after which he took a job at Penn State. So, I actually grew up in State College, and was a “faculty brat” there. My mother…

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  • Issue Quarter Summer
  • Issue Year 2018
  • Sub Heading A life’s recounting in the subject’s own words
  • Sidebar Title Judith Hansen O’Toole
  • Sidebar Sub Title Art Lover
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    Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Director and CEO (19932018)

    Wilkes University, Wilkes-​Barre, Pa., Associate Professor, Art Department (199093)

    Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes University, Director (19821993)

    Pennsylvania State University, MA, Art History (1980)

    University of Minnesota, BA, Art History (1975)

    Minneapolis College of Art and Design (19721973)

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