Dutch the magazine - November/December 2011 - Issue 2
In this issue:
Rotterdam, a city rebuilt on its own ruins; Amsterdam's South Church (Zuiderkerk); Life in the colonial Dutch East-Indies.
Milo Anstadt, producer of the seminal tv-documentary series The Occupation.
The continuing re-invention of the Feast of St. Nicholas.
Febo, Purveyor of fast food from the automat in the wall.
Seasonal Cheer: Spice Nuts; Almond Letter; Filled Speculaas; Oliebollen.
Books, Art and Language
The Van Otterloo Collection, Golden Age masterworks on display; Pleasantry, a poem by P.A. de Genestet; Mokum, the roots of Amsterdam's nickname.
Endangered Saint Nicholas Parades; Wind Farm Politics; Provincial Boundary Disputes; Commercializing Madurodam; Most Common Street Names.
Former Dutch-American newsletter, De Nieuwe Amsterdammer.
Columns and Cartoons
Editor's Brief; Perspectives; Digging for Dutch Roots, An Englishman Abroad, Fun and Games, The Dutch Judge.
Tom Bijvoet, Brian Bramson, Nicole Holten, Dirk Hoogeveen, Shirley Moskow, Tim O'Callaghan, Anne van Arragon Hutten, Ronald van Erkel, Jesse van Muylwijck, Ubel Zuiderveld.