Drop on in and take a step back in time….
If you love history and the arts, then you will feel right at home here.
If you are interested in finding odd little tidbits about society and the arts during the Roaring 20s and Depression Era, then please pull up a chair and take a stroll through the posts in this blog. I’m sure you will find something that piques your interest here.
If you are looking for the conventional “I love Rudolph Valentino and want do the Charleston all day long” type of site, you are not going to find that here. Most of the time. The Little Jazz Baby tends to focus on more obscure subjects. But there are times that more popular figures and events find their way here.
The overall aim, however, is to educate and entertain people on the people and things they might not automatically associate with 1920s-1930s.
About Angie Schaffer
The Little Jazz Baby was founded by Angie Schaffer as a way to share her passion for the the Jazz Age with anyone willing to read/listen to her.
She has been in the blogosphere since 2003, blogging about various topics—politics, old Hollywood, activism, random rants, etc.—and in late 2012 decided to take her vast knowledge and love of early twentieth century culture and put it to good use with a blog.
She aims to be different, and prefers to deliver her content with an offbeat sense of humor and fun that is normally absent from sites about history and the arts.