Dutch the magazine - July/August 2023 - Issue 72
In this issue:
The Vechtstreek, the region named for the idyllic river that meanders from Utrecht to the IJsselmeer city of Muiden, including the historic town of Breukelen, which gave its name to the New York borough of Brooklyn. The Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam presents a fascinating journey into the life and work of one of the most revered Dutch masters. Summer by the Seaside, a visit to Callantsoog. How Rotterdam became an American-style metropolis.
Paul Strikwerda, voice-over actor.
History & Society
In Our Fathers' Footsteps, a Dutch liberation pilgrimage. Stemming the Flow, how Dutch hydraulic engineers and entrepreneurs help remove plastic from the ocean and protect Toronto's waterfront. Bokito, Rotterdam's notorious and beloved gorilla dies aged 27.
Kale (Boerenkool), more than winter food: Boerenkool-Rice Salad; Boerenkool Smoothie; Boerenkool Pesto on Toast; Savory Tarts with Boerenkool, Gouda and Caramelized Onions.
Books and Art
Jan Veth, capturing his contemporaries. The Boy Behind the Door, How Solomon Kool Escaped the Nazis by David Tabatsky. Seventy More Canals, by Billy Eric. Immigrant, from the Postwar Netherlands to Canada in 21 Paintings by Rosemary Sloot. Hiding in Plain Sight, Reflections on the Dutch Presence in Canada and the USA 1609 to Today by Tom Bijvoet.
Columns and Cartoons
Editor's Letter; Third Culture Kid; the Dutch Dished Up; Accidentally Dutch; the Dutch Judge, Van Oranje.
Melissa Adams, Edina Bijvoet, Tom Bijvoet, Stuart Billinghurst, Melita Cameron-Wood, Billy Eric, Gerrit Jan Groothedde, Tea Gudek-Snajdar, Pieter Hogenbirk, Karen Hunter, Alison Netsel, Bas Opdenkelder, Herman Roozen, Jesse van Muylwijck, Gerard van Wilgen, Paola Westbeek,