Monthly Archives: June 2022

I’ve fallen into the late ’60’s and I can’t get up.

I’ve never doubted the power of books to transport the soul. But time travel, that’s something new. A few weeks back I started listening to Sylvie Simmons’ I’m Your Man: The Life of Leonard Cohen and at about a third … Continue reading

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June in NYC: 5 Takeaways

If all Junes are like this June, then I always want to be here in June! What a gift it has been for us – a second glorious week in the city. Yes, we are dodging the seemingly murderous e-bike … Continue reading

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It was worth waiting for.

Nearly a year since we’ve been back to the city. And, of course, we’ve heard nothing but bad news. Surge upon surge – in virus, in crime, in prices. All this time we’ve held our breath as to how we … Continue reading

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Family Album: You can go home again.

When you lived your entire childhood in the same house in the same sleepy town with the same boring parents, you can’t wait to move several time zones and a myriad of zip codes away. But after finishing college and … Continue reading

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