Monthly Archives: March 2010

Will the Children Come from “Behind” and Make it to the “Top?”

I’m getting sick and tired of reading about how the teachers’ unions and other interest groups are against the Obama blueprint for revamping the NCLB Education Act of 2002. Do I have to be affiliated to say I’m personally against … Continue reading

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I’ve Got “Come Fly Away” Under My Skin

Calling all Sinatra fans: Find your way over to the Marquis Theater. Twyla Tharp’s paean to Ol’ Blue Eyes won me over and I can’t say I’ve ever been a Sinatra fan. His voice has been removed from all previously recorded … Continue reading

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ode to e.e. cummings

     My friend Carol reminded me that it’s just-spring when the world is mud-luscious…and puddle wonderful. I didn’t have to go far to find that out when I went running through my lovely neigborhood this afternoon. I chose an hour just … Continue reading

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More on Tino Sehgal as He Exits the Guggenheim

Just when I thought it was safe to quit mulling over Tino Sehgal’s performance art at the Guggenheim, I discovered one last art review in a stack of magazines I was about to throw out. New York Magazine’s Jerry Saltz’s (Feb.15, 2010) discussion … Continue reading

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Back to the Blog

Away on vacation for a week and equipped with neither a BlackBerry nor any other electronic iPhonish device, I took a hiatus from my beloved blogging.  Eight dear, forever friends embarked on a 7-day cruise out of the Port of  New … Continue reading

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