Henderson Libraries’ 75th Anniversary

The year was 1944. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was in office, World War II was raging around the world, Smokey the Bear was introduced by the United States Forest Service, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet radio show debuted, and Henderson Libraries was formed after a petition to create the Henderson School Public Library was introduced. It’s amazing to look…

Mathnasium

 Article Zak Lodhi | Photography Photos provided by Mathnasium  Theodore Roosevelt once said, "Nothing in the world is worth having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty." This is, of course, true with almost everything that we do in life, including school. However, it is more often true for math. Unless you are part of a tiny part of…

Life on the Road with 
Artist Jerry Pesce

 Jerry Pesce’s day is anything but average.  Almost every month, you’ll find him loading up his car and traveling to the next big city for a comic, horror or fantasy convention. There, he and his girlfriend, Serenity, set up Pesce Effects' massive booth, complete with strobe lights and rock music. Throughout the convention, Jerry will chat with fans, sell art and take on…