It was 7 years ago today.
I had been sharing my take on sci-tech, business, health, and finance for decades before that day. Which meant my clients and friends were subjected to frequent (some would say incessant) newsletters, eMails, letters, publications- oh, you get it.
Continue reading 7 years. This is # 1799.
2016 was a pretty bad year (and 2017 is probably going to match it), if you are fan of rock and roll. We lost Glenn Frey, Leonard Cohen, George Michael, Prince, David Bowie, among many other greats.
Continue reading Rock Stars are Dying and their Business Changes
I’ve loved jazz since I was a very little boy. I have no idea what makes its sounds resonate in my soul, but they do. And, today, I am lamenting the loss of my childhood favorite, Edie Hart. (Yes, she had reddish hair, too!)
Continue reading Edie Hart- MIA for years- found dead
I live on a block that has all of the residents parallel parking on an alley way. And, my next door neighbor obviously never learned how to park his car. Which means that my bumpers bear the scars of his efforts.
Continue reading What Would YOU Do?
Two blocks from Washington Square Park. Walking down Thompson. Turn left. Two buildings down. 147 Bleeker Street. Definitely NOT bleak.
Continue reading The Bitter End
Yesterday, I spoke about my trip to New York City for an art exhibition.
Continue reading Original
Those of you who have visited my home (for Shabat dinner? for a holiday party?) or just read my blog routinely know that I LOVE art. My home is replete with paintings, drawings, sculptures, and crafts. Dali, Max, Erte, Agam, Egbi, Imber are among the many different artist’s compositions hanging on my walls, in cabinets, or on the floor.
Continue reading Art on Paper