Sunday, May 09, 2010
Faux Real by Christine Moon, Courier Staff Artist
It's a Lulu by Lulu Zhong, Courier Staff Artist
Drop-In homework/tutoring in Room 77 daily before school 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., Tuesday-Friday 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., and Saturdays 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Need Drivers Education? Your place is the Adult School. Cost is $125. Two summer offerings, each Mon. – Wed., 7 a.m. – 5 p.m., June 21, 22, 23 or August 2, 3, 4. Applications are now available in your house office or see Mr. Caruso in Room 77 for both an application and details.
Students, if you requested Cyber High on your summer school application, please see your counselor to make sure you have completed a separate Cyber High application in addition to the regular summer school application. To learn more about Cyber High visit the Logan website and click on “summer school.”
Rudolph Fisher (May 9, 1897 Washington, DC - December 26, 1934) was an African-American physician, radiologist, novelist, short story writer, dramatist, musician, and orator. Fisher's parents were John Wesley Fisher, a clergyman, and Glendora Williamson. Fisher had three children.
His first published work, "City of Refuge", appeared in the Atlantic Monthly of February 1925. He went on in 1932 to write The Conjure-Man Dies, the first novel with a black detective as well as the first detective novel with only black characters. Fisher was also a physician, dramatist, musician and orator. Fisher was an active participant in the Harlem Renaissance, primarily as a novelist, but also as a musician.
Read The city of refuge: the collected stories of Rudolph Fisher by Rudolph Fisher and John McCluskey, free from Google Books.