The Story of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg in Bryan, Texas

Bryan High School to Perform the Play, November, 2016 Bryon Texas High School will perform the Story of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg by Nina Serrano,  Paul Richards, and Judith Binder, forty years after it was written and performed in the … Continue reading

Napoleon and Gorbachev: Reflections on the End of a Revolution

Napoleon and Gorbachev: Reflections on the End of a Revolution by Paul Richards Part I: Revolution and Change  The two greatest revolutions in western history were the French Revolution and the Russian Revolution. They ended old worlds and started new … Continue reading

Richards Family Tree

Richards Family Tree The Richards Family Tree information in the Richards Cousins Web Site on the Richards geneology page has been organized into a graphical family tree summary which you can see in the graphic on this blog post. Click on it to go to … Continue reading

Nicaragua Way, a Novel by Nina Serrano

Nicaragua Way Available as eBook and Paperback  $15.99 from Amazon, $5.99 eBook $15.99 from Estuary Press Nicaragua Way, a novel by Nina Serrano, tells the story of Lorna Almendros, a San Francisco Nicaraguan-American poet, passionately engaged in supporting revolutionary struggles in … Continue reading

Protesting Nuclear Testing, 1962

Everyman I, 1962: Peace Was Its Mission Rummaging through some old files, I stumbled upon the drawing of Everyman I, artist unknown. Good time to recall the events of Spring, 1962 when the boat was launched and sailed into the … Continue reading

Nicaragua Way, A Novel by Nina Serrano

Nicaragua Way: An International Novel of Love and Revolution set in the 1980s Forthcoming from Estuary Press, Spring,  2016 Nicaragua Way tells the story of Lorna Almendros, a San Francisco Nicaraguan-American poet, passionately engaged in supporting revolutionary struggles in Latin America … Continue reading

Warriors Break the Mold

Millionaires at Play Sports commentary is not my thing, except to read and enjoy it. However, in this case, I have to comment as the Golden State Warriors are breaking the mold and creating a new kind of basketball which … Continue reading

Filling San Francisco Bay, Then and Now

From Landfill to Wetlands, 1969 to 2015 Filling San Francisco Bay in 1969 was legal and advancing rapidly. Cities and corporations dumped everything from municipal garbage to auto junkyards into the San Francisco Bay. Cities and corporations had plans, approved … Continue reading

The Left Side is My Side

A Review of Kristen Ghodsee’s “The Left Side of History” by Paul Richards, PhD. If Alice Richards were still alive today, she would have loved Kristen Ghodsee’s book, The Left Side of History: World War II and the Unfulfilled Promise of … Continue reading

Historical Images of 1960s Protests

Harvey Richards Media Archive Photos and Videos As an independent local archive of historical images of 1960s protests, Estuary Press offers the Harvey Richards Media Archive with online access to twenty-two videos and hundreds of images. Throughout the 1960s, it was a … Continue reading